Basement Waterproofing

Interior & Exterior Systems

Water surrounding a home or seeping into a basement can cause the structural integrity of a home to diminish. From interior to exterior waterproofing, B-Level does it all. For more than 19 years B-Level has provided waterproofing services to customers around Ohio.

Interior Waterproofing

A popular choice when renovating is an interior waterproofing system. The process starts with opening up the floor approximately 12 inches off the wall and removing the concrete debris. Once the concrete debris is removed, a trench is created by digging out the old fill material, like dirt or gravel. 

Once the trench is clean, weep holes are drilled into the existing block wall. After the holes are drilled, fresh gravel, perforated drain tile, and a diverter are installed. The perforated drain tile is sloped to redirect the water from the holes to the sump pump. 

The diverter is placed on the wall to protect the holes and allow for a clear pathway that the water can flow through. After the items are installed and the system is tested, B-Level then replaces the concrete that was removed during the installation process.

B-Level doesn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to interior waterproofing systems. If the situation dictates that only a certain area of your basement needs an interior system, we will only treat that area. If your basement has special requirements, then we can accommodate those needs as well. 

For all your interior waterproofing needs call B-Level today at 614-362-4014.

Exterior Waterproofing

Water surrounding a home or seeping into a basement can weaken the structure of your home. To truly waterproof a home, you need to stop the water at the source which is from the outside.

An exterior waterproofing system starts with excavating the entire perimeter of the home. The foundation wall is cleaned, cracks are patched, and a three-part protective membrane is then applied. 

A perforated exterior footer drain is then installed at the base of the trench. The exterior footer drain is sloped towards a sump pump area, where the water is then discharged out and away from your home. The trench is then filled with gravel and fresh topsoil.

For all your exterior waterproofing needs call B-Level today at 614-362-4014.

Sump Pumps/Battery Backups

A sump pump is a critical component of any waterproofing system. A sump pump removes water that has accumulated in a sump basin and discharges that water away from your home. 

At B-Level, Ltd. we offer a variety of sump pumps to fit your needs.

The standard heavy-duty submersible pump features:

  • ¾ HP for maximum performance
  • Cast iron and stainless steel construction
  • Efficient 5 AMP motor
  • Top suction design that eliminates clogging and airlocking
  • Heavy duty industrial switch
  • Can discharge up to 4020 gallons per hour
  • 3 year warranty

The Combo Kit includes a primary pump, and a battery backup system features:

  • ¾ HP primary sump pump
  • Cast iron and stainless steel construction
  • Efficient 5 AMP motor
  • Top suction design that eliminates clogging and airlocking
  • Heavy duty industrial switch
  • Highest output backup pump available
  • Audible alarms with convenient silencer option
  • Primary pump can discharge up to 4020 gallons per hour
  • The backup pump can discharge up to 2990 gallons per hour
  • 3 year warranty

B-Level, Ltd. also installs battery backup sump pumps that have monitoring capabilities. These backup pumps are remotely monitored for any potential problems and alerts are sent to you via cell phone, tablet, or PC.

If you are in need of a sump pump, interior waterproofing, or exterior waterproofing contact B-Level today at 614-362-4014.

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Before and after photos highlighting our Sump Pump/Battery Backups service.

PumpSpy monitoring is through the PumpSpy App in the Apple App Store or Google Play Apps.

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