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The IceGuard are installed in line with the discharge line. They will provide an outlet for water to escape, in the event of the lines freezing.
Here the most of the basement has dried up from the spring flooding. You can see where there still is damp spots.
The discharge line for the SuperSump Pump is installed with an IceGuard.
Underneath the fresh cement, the WaterGuard is at work directing the any water to the Sump Pumps.
The TripleSafe is almost finished being installed. You can see the WaterGuard leading to the TripleSafe.
The TripleSafe is fully installed and working its magic, pumping out any water headed its way.
The SuperSump Pump is installed in the corner of the basement where the lesser amount of water enters the basement.
A quick look at the two pumps. The TripleSafe was installed in the side of the basement where the most water is. It can pump out up to 6,200 gallons per hour, while the SuperSump can do up to 2,280 gallons per hour.
A homeowner in Grantham, NH was getting water in her basement. In search of a permanent solution to stopping the water she reached out to Matt Clark's Northern Basement Sytems. After a free estimate, a plan was set forth to stop the unwanted water from entering the basement. A Full Perimeter WaterGuard System was install. This will collect the water and divert it to the sump pumps. Due to the size of the basement and amount of water coming in there was a need for two pumps. On the side of the basement where the most water was coming in NBS installed a TripleSafe Sump Pump. On the other side they installed a SuperSump Pump. The pumps will take the water collected by the WaterGuard and take it out of the home down a discharge line far away from the home. Northern Basement System discharge lines are equipped with IceGuards. They will prevent any water from not getting out of the home due to freezing in the line.