Wet block against rigid foam insulation (Insulpink) - What to do?
We recently finished our entire basement with Owens Corning Insulpink (rigid foam insulation) against our dry block walls. We have french drains inside and exterior french drains with a sump and thought we had all of our problems solved. Unfortunately, we just got hit with massive rains, snow melt, etc. and found that the block got wet (my husband tore out a corner of the wall to see what was going on). Amazingly, the floors are fine. The water was seeping through the block and dripping down to the french drains. We are getting conflicting opinions on whether or not we need to tear out everything to dry out all the block. Owens Corning is saying that as long as the insulation is against clean block, mold won't grow. Basement waterproofers disagree. Any thoughts?
P.S. We are currently working with landscapers to trench around the exterior of the house and run lines to the street to avoid any more water collecting around the house. All our gutters are already tied to an underground line that's running to the street.