HomeSpec's Exclusive  Inside Drain System
What is an interior drainage system?

The most effective of the interior drainage systems is the Waer Trek installed inside the perimeter of the footing. This requires removing and replacing concrete at the slab edge. By placing the Water Trek drain pipe beneath the basement floor, it drains water before it comes into the basement. Similar to an exterior system, the drainage system connects to a sump or storm sewer. A critical component of this approach is the dimpled plastic cove placed at the base of the wall and beneath the slab edge. Dimpled cove is similar to a small egg crate and permits free drainage of the wall into the drain pipe. In low permeability soils, this system can accept rising groundwater using an aggregate layer under the slab.
HomeSpec's exclusive method for installing a below floor drain tile system beats all.

We utilize Basement Technologies patented Water Trek System, reinforced concrete flooring, quality sump pumps, and ultra quiet sump check valves. Each corner of the basement has a clean-out access installed for future maintenance.

We are clean and care for you house like it's ours. Your basement will be protected for a lifetime...and that's our warranty!
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We can install back-up sump systems, dual sump pumps, and provide gas generators for power outages.
The original outside drain tile often fails leaving home owners with a wet basement. With the installation of a new interior drain system, the house will have a dry basement with a lifetime warranty
HomeSpec is an Authorized dealer for Basement Technologies Water Trek. Using Water Trek, we can offer a Lifetime Warranty on your basement staying dry.
The Water Grabber system collects water from below the floor and discharges it outside and away from the house.

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4" S&D Triple wall pipe is also very effective in managing water beneath the floor. We often use this 4" pipe next to the top of the footer (not on top). It has a smooth interior and is able to manage a large volume of water.
An unusable wet basement