Window Well Correction
Basement windows are an area that often leaks in a basement for one of many reasons. Heavy rains may cause the window well to fill up to the level of the window or a window may be too low in the ground and leak due to surface water runoff. Whatever may cause the window to fail there is a solution. Homes with a pressure relief system may decide to install a window well drain instead.
There are many reasons that basement windows often leak. For example, heavy rains may cause the window well to fill up to the level of the window or a window may be so low to the ground that surface water runoff leaks through. However, window well drains, when paired with a pressure relief system, provide protection against such leakage.
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Window Well Overflow Drains
Overflow drains installed safely carry water to the pressure relief system’s pump where it is discharged from the structure. The 1½” pipe that provides the drainage remains close to the foundation wall so finishing the basement with the drains installed is easy.