In Rhodesdale, MD the basement needs a drainage system. Check out the pictures for a perfect example of ways to waterproof your basement. DryZone was happy to help these homeowners secure their basement from heavy rain storms and more.
This homeowner's window was drafty and moldy.
EverLast energy-efficient all-vinyl windows can be installed to replace your old basement windows. The double-pane glass keeps wind out and never needs painting.
Drywall is meant to stay dry. When it gets wet, it smells and can be a breeding ground for mold. The owner of this home saw the basement drywall get ruined during a heavy rain. The labor involved in removing the nasty drywall was intense and not something he wanted to go through again, ever. DryZone installed a perimeter drainage system to control the water. The homeowner also became aware that the moisture and humidity in the air can damage drywall, so he had DryZone install a SaniDry dehumidifier. The last step was to replace the damaged wall sections. DryZone uses a waterproof panel that contains no organic material. This means the water can never damage it and it will never grow mold. This homeowner was happy with the results and now has the assurance of knowing that the problem was fixed for good.
This homeowner had a working sump pump in his crawlspace. The reason he called DryZone was that the water wasn't all in the area with the sump pump. How can the water get to the pump? The answer is perimeter drainage. DryZone uses a system we call Hydrolink. Our pipes and drains allow water to flow easily to one of our crawlspace sump pumps or even the existing one. This homeowner was so happy with our system that he even upgraded his old sump pump to our SmartSump crawlspace sump pump system.