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Basement Flood Clean Up? BasePump is the Answer

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Wet Basement Solutions

If you have basement water, and, chances are, if you live in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Delaware, your home has some amount of rain/water damage in your basement.

And, if you’ve had that home for a while, chances are you’ve had to do a basement flood clean up!

This happens for a number of reasons…

  • Cracks in the walls
  • Excessive rain
  • Heavy snow falls
  • Excess water around the ground surrounding your basement/foundation causing the ground to swell and causing cracks in the walls from lateral pressure

No matter what the cause, if you have ever dealt with a basement flood clean up, you know it can be a nightmare.

Well, there are solutions that can keep water out of your basement and relieve you of having to go through the clean up process!

One, you need to make sure your basement is waterproofed. This can go a long way in securing the walls and floor of your basement, keeping it dry and water free.

Two, you need to install a BasePump. A base pump is a water powered back up sump pump.

It has no batteries, motor or electrical source. It is literally powered by water. This is extremely useful when you experience basement flooding.

Mounted on the ceiling, high above the sump, it doesn’t have to fight the downward force of the water that most competitors’ pumps must push up vertically. For this reason, Basepump consistently removes more water per hour than other water powered backup sump pumps and even rivals the best battery powered backup sump pumps, short- and long- term. Period. So instead of a flooded basement because of a sump pump failure or a power failure, install a water powered Basepump backup sump pump before it happens

wet basement solutions basepumpHow does BasePump work to help clean up a flooded basement?

When the water in your sump rises above normal for any reason, the Basepump float is lifted. This activates a valve, sending municipal water under pressure through the Basepump Ejector. Then, acting like a giant soda straw, it draws the sump water up and ejects it to the outdoors. As the float returns to its lowest level, the pumping stops after a pre-set period of time, draining the sump down until the water rises above normal again and the cycle starts all over again.

If you get your basement waterproofed, instal a sump pump and add a BasePump, you can rest easy knowing that your basement will be dry, protected and flood-free.

Basepump comes with a 5-year warranty and a 30-day Money Back Guarantee!