A sump pump drain pipe is important in keeping your basement or crawlspace dry. It helps to prevent thousands of your dollars and your structural damages as well. If the sump pump drain pipe is clogged, perforated, or frozen, the water cannot exit your home. It is important to keep the pipe protected from freezing and free of debris. If your drain pipe is perforated, it requires replacement.
The professionals at Pro Foundation Technology offers the best sump pump systems and drain pipes on the market today. They are manufactured by Earth Contact Products (ECP), the leader in waterproofing products in the industry.
If you are in need of sump pump drain pipe repair or replacement, or if you are in need of a totally new sump pump system, we have the products to replace or repair your sump pump.
A sump pump system is relatively simple. A hole is dug in the lowest part of your basement or crawlspace and a sump pit is placed into the hole. As the pit fills up, a pump turns on and the water moves away from the pit through a pipe that runs away from the foundation into an area where it can drain. The pump does not require any special wiring. The sump pump turns on when the pressure sensor activates as the water fills the pit. There is a float activator that floats on top of the water and moves as the water level rises. When the motor activates, a fan-like device turns on. As all of these things work together, they keep your basement dry. When one or more things goes wrong, then the entire system will not work. That is why it is important to make sure a professional comes in and inspects your sump pump system to ensure that it is working properly.
Our interior waterproofing includes a perforated pipe that is installed around the interior of the footings, then is attached to the sump pump system. This interior waterproofing includes:
Exterior waterproofing is true waterproofing as it keeps water from ever getting close to the foundation and basement. With exterior waterproofing, a perforated pipe is installed around the exterior of the home and the water is drained away from the foundation.