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Before leaving for the home, the Dry Guys crew loads up the trucks with anything they may need for the job.
The stairwell after the trench has been dug.
The crew collects everything they need from our fully stocked warehouse.
A close up of the Dry Guys team shirt. Looks great with our mascot Al the Alligator.
Elliot, our field manager looks over some paperwork before going out on the job.
Carrying a SaniDry still in the box to be loaded in the back of the truck. SaniDry is our patented dehumidifier system.
The Dry Guys truck arrives at the job site.
Shot before the crew begins work. The floor below this wall will be jack-hammered out for the installation of the patented WaterGuard system.
Show of a different basement wall before the crew begins the install. The WaterGuard system will be installed alone the perimeter of the wall.
Over the course of the job, these stairs will be removed to the crew can install the system in this area of the basement.
This is another basement corner containing nasty water damage.
Numerous buckets of stone that will be used during the install.
Stone that will be used to allow water to flow freely into the system and the sump pump.
Carrying the jackhammer down the stairs to start the install.
Another shot of a nasty basement corner.
Shot of a bag of tools the crew will need on the job.
Before beginning a job, the crew makes sure to protect any belongings with plastic.
More of the tools of the trade that Dry Guys will use to fix your basement issue.
The crew unloads the numerous buckets that will be used during the install.
The pick, shovel, and hoe will be used along with the jackhammer to dig the trench that will house the system.
Eliot begins jackhammering the area where the new Triple Safe Sump Pump will go.
The stairs need to be removed to make room to install the system in the stairwell. This shot shows the start of that process.
The crew begins using the jackhammer to dig down to the footing so they can install the system.
The crew removes the boards one by one so the stairs can be replaced when the job is finished.
The crew brings down the new Triple Safe Sump Pump for installation.
Our yard sign features our mascot Al lounging on our logo.
The crew uses a jackhammer to break up the concrete over the footer.
This closeup shows what the trench looks like while it is still in progress.
After the jackhammer, shovels and hoes are used to collect up all the debris and put it in buckets so it can be removed.
All debris is shoveled into buckets and carried out of the home.
The crew moves quickly to dig the trench and carry out all of the broken chunks of concrete.
After breaking through the concrete, the crew digs out the hole for the new sump pump.
Elliot uses the jackhammer to break up the floor. The new sump i seen to the left.
The plastic exterior of the new sump is set in the floor to be leveled.
The gray piece at the top right shows how the WaterGuard system will direct water into the sump pump.
Another angle as the sump is installed. Here all the wiring is visible, but the finished product will look great.
The homeowner's cat surveys the crew as they work.
Elliot breaks up the floor in the area where the stairs were.
Another shot of progress on the new sump pump.
This is what the basement floor looks like just before the WaterGuards system is installed. The trench has been cleared of all debris.
This is what the completed sump pump looks like. All that remains is connecting the system and pouring new concrete to fill the hole.
Another view of the completed sump. In this shot the Service Log is visible. This is used to keep track of Dry Guys annual service visits to make sure the sump is running efficiently.
As the weep holes are drilled, water that was trapped in the wall gushes out.
This is what the weep holes look like without water flowing out. After the system has been installed, these will allow water to flow out of the wall and into the system.
The WaterGuard system is set in the trench on top of the footer. The crew checks to make sure everything remains level.
This is a shot of the water collected after the weep holes were drilled. This much water sitting on the wall can be very dangerous for your home.
The pump's machinery is installed in the plastic shell already sitting in the floor.
Corner of the same basement with obvious, nasty water damage.
Install in Alloway, NJ of a full WaterGuard system and new Triple Safe sump pump.