Waterguard Interior Basement Drainage

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The patented non-clogging system designed to keep your basement dry

The WaterGuard® basement waterproofing system from Peak Structural is an innovative interior perimeter drainage channel designed to effectively solve basement water problems. WaterGuard, along with other basement waterproofing products, will keep your basement clean and dry so you can use the space for storage, recreational purposes, or to finish for additional living space.

Unlike traditional French drains that are installed outside the foundation or alongside the footing, WaterGuard piping won’t clog with silt or plant roots. In fact, the WaterGuard basement drainage system from Peak Structural includes a 20-year warranty against clogs.

How It Works

WaterGuard effectively captures wall and floor seepage before it reaches your basement floor. When WaterGuard is installed together with our TripleSafe™ sump pump system, your basement has complete protection. Water enters the system via inlet holes and flows through the drainage pipe to the TripleSafe or another sump pump.

Unique Patented Design

The WaterGuard sub-floor drainage system has a patented profile that includes a wall flange with spacers for collecting wall seepage, channel holes that allow ground water to enter the drain line, and a large-diameter channel that can’t crush or kink like standard plastic drain tile can. The drainage channel is hidden beneath a layer of concrete. Only the top edge of the wall flange is visible, so you’ll hardly know it’s there.

Advantages of WaterGuard

  • Designed to capture water seepage through walls and leaks along the wall/floor joint
  • Nearly invisible when installed
  • Faster, easier and less expensive to install than exterior drainage systems
  • Rugged plastic construction will never corrode or decay

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Learn more:

4 Reasons You Should Waterproof Your Basement

How and Where Basements Leak

Keeping the basement dry

Leaky basement walls

What to expect from Peak Structural’s Basement Waterproofing Team