The first step is to cover the homeowner's belongs with plastic. Jack-hammering can get dusty and we take our clean up very seriously!
Bring the materials into the basement so there isn't a constant back and forth all day.
Covering more of the basement that work is not yet being performed in.
The floor is jack-hammered large enough to fit the sump liner and surround it with clean, crushed stone.
The area around the sump is concreted, pumps are laid in the liner and the interior discharge is connected
The interior discharge is connected to the sump. The concrete is cut to connect the interior discharge pipe to the exterior discharge pipe. This is how the water will leave the basement.
The production team puts CleanSpace on the yard so there is no mess left behind. The trench is dug and the exterior discharge pipe is placed under the ground.
The grass is put back in place and you can't even tell it was just dug up! The LawnScape outlet is attached to the end of the discharge line which completes the process.