Tim Carter shows the step-by-step procedure of installing a Linear French Drain to keep your basement and crawl spaces dry. Watch the video below for additional details.
If you want to stop mold, mildew and damage to your house and possessions, you <strong>MUST STOP</strong> water from entering your basement or crawlspace. This DVD takes away the mystery of underground water movement. You discover how to capture and re-divert that water BEFORE it enters your home. You'll save time, thousands of dollars and you'll have a dry home!
The following is from an email received from the Maria Atwood Inn B&B.
I would like to take a moment to thank you for your advice on how to handle the significant water problem I had in the basement of my 1820's house (now serving as a B&B Inn). The chronic water influx that resulted from the new residential construction uphill from my place literally jeopardized both the safety and value of the Inn and its function.
Moisture damage and mold were making it an unhealthy to place to live - not to mention operate as a B&B. Your instructions as to how to install the linear french drain around the periphery, the depth and the appropriate slope requirements turned out to be the "Magic Bullet" which totally solved the problem.
The outflow from that trench drain actually became a small stream through all of the severely wet spring weather we have had this year. Being cautious, I had also installed a sump pump inside as a backup. That pump never even came on!
A really terrific aspect of the trench system is that it operates completely on its own without any energy input. Thanks to gravity and Ask the Builder, I have actually been able to paint the floor and now have additional workspace that was completely uninhabitable before the drain was installed. Your assistance was greatly appreciated.
Maria Atwood Inn B&B
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