French Drain Installation
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A service by any other word that would work as well, whether you know it by French drain, weeping drain or any other number of monikers a French drain is a great way to add another layer of protection when it comes to keeping your basement dry. Whether adding in this addition before or after construction of your home, you can be sure that an installation by Frankfort Basement Waterproofing Pros will have you enjoying all the benefits of this multiple titled addition in your home.
A Simple Piece
When French drains started to become popular, they were oddly built clay tubes that were spaced in erratic intervals in the hopes of lessening the amount of water build up near your homes foundation, over time this process has streamlined and had its overall build reshaped, and brought into the recent age. Since that point, homes across the country have been experiencing the benefits of having a French drain installed, especially those whose basements are under the water table. With a professional installation from Frankfort Basement Waterproofing Pros you too can experience the helpful addition that a French drain makes on your home.
French drains work by separating settling water from your foundation, ensuring that the concrete is drying and allows for less seepage into somewhat porous materials. This added layer of protection ensures that your basement stays drier than those who do not have a French drain installed. By choosing to make this addition to your home, you are investing in ensuring that your basement concrete stays drier, is more protected, and has the potential top suffer less damage over time from settling water, and Frankfort Basement Waterproofing Pros has the installation service you need for a quality addition.
When trying to sell a home with a finished basement, often the question arises as to what measures are in place for waterproofing. There are often homeowners who refinish their basements without taking these matters into account, leading to a much larger, and potentially much more expensive clean up and repair process in the event of flooding. Homes that have a layer of protection in the form of a French drain show initiative and foresight, and can be a deciding factor in customers choosing whether or not to buy a home with a pre-finished basement.
If you are a current homeowner planning to finish your basement or crawlspace, then looking into getting a French drain installed for the reasons above should come into consideration. If you’re worried about potential flooding situations after having your basement finished, then speaking with the professionals at Frankfort Basement Waterproofing Pros beforehand can really assist you. Our experts will bring you a full assessment of your basement water situation and give you an unbiased and professional opinion as to whether or not looking into a French drain installation is something that could assist with your building process, and offer protection for the long term.