Every homeowner who has ever experienced flooding or leaking in their basement understands the importance of installing a waterproofing system. One of the essential components of a basement waterproofing system is the discharge pipe, responsible for diverting excess water away from your home. However, did you know that there is an even more effective option? Let’sl explore the benefits of having two discharge pipes in your basement waterproofing system.
Typically, a basement waterproofing system comes with a single pipe to direct water away from your home. However, having two discharge pipes doubles the amount of water the system can handle while preventing overwhelming the drainage.
Two discharge pipes can be a cost-efficient choice in the long run. Since two discharge pipes have the ability to handle much more water, they reduce the risk of water damage to your basement and surrounding areas, ultimately reducing repair costs.
Adding a second discharge pipe to your basement waterproofing system has numerous advantages, from providing better water capacity handling to preventing water damage and keeping your home healthy. If you live in an area with a high risk of flooding or want to upgrade your existing waterproofing system, consider installing two discharge pipes. Talk with Standard Water today about their Seamless Discharge System.