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Interior Drain Tiles in St. Louis, Missouri

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Buildings are meant to provide security. That is the entire reason why people first began to construct them. They offer shelter from the weather, animals and other threats. With that in mind, it might come as a surprise that many people don’t ensure that their property is entirely secure from emergency situations. Fortunately, there is a simple service that provides you with reliable, protective waterproofing for years to come.
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Interior Drain Tiles

When you hear the words drain tiles, your mind might immediately think of the ceramic squares in your bathroom. In actuality, interior drain tiles for sublevel rooms are far more complex. They are components of a system that involves digging a trench around the perimeter of your basement and filling it with a drainage pipe. This pipeline is then connected to a pump and covered with fresh cement. After this installation, any water that floods this area will be prevented from seeping below the surface of your cement flooring.
This system works best with unfinished basements because our contractor needs access to the cement floor. However, finished rooms can still be treated with this process. The tubes that redirect water away from your flooring can also be placed flush against the wall in order to disguise it beneath Sheetrock. This provides you with exemplary, invisible protection.

Exterior Drain Tiles

Exterior drain tiles have one purpose: to divert water away from your basement. Our team begins by digging a trough around the base of your home. Gravel and a drain pipe are then laid down and attached to a sump pump. Afterward, the channel is backfilled so that it blends in with the rest of your home’s exterior.

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It’s never too late to get necessary protection for your property. All-Systems Waterproofing Inc. offers effective, affordable services that are investments in the future safety of your home. Don’t wait to ensure the security and longevity of your building.