The basement was partially finished but that wood was growing mold due to the water that was seeping in where the wall meets the floor
DryZone removed the wood panels and the wet fiberglass insulation
We jackhammered the trench for the WaterGuard right under the wall studs
The trench is cleared of large stones and rubble to install the WaterGuard
The WaterGuard is put down in the trenches, covered with crushed stone and a strip of a vapor barrier before it is concreted.
Since we removed the fiberglass insulation, we replaced it with an insulation that is more suitable for the basement. This is a foam insulation board called SilverGlo. It is made of inorganic material so even if it did get wet, it will not grow mold, unlike traditional insulation
The sump pump is in a storage area, away from the finished space
Foreman, Kyle Borges, wipes down the Everlast Wall Panel.
The finishing touches have been made. The customer will replace the carpet once the concrete dries!