Squid-gee dry for wet basement?
I'm looking for wet basement advice,please!
I've got a basement that gets wet everytime it rains. We've cleaned gutters, moved downspouts, tried to correct the grade and have fixed all but one of the areas. It comes in, I think, at the crack between the floor and the wall.
I've heard the horror stories about the bad companies and am reluctant to call anyone who advertises DRY BASEMENTS!!! as I assume they are crooks! But I need advice, please!!
I would really like to avoid digging up the yard (again!) and was thinking about hiring a company to put a channel in the interior edge of my basement floor to drain to the sump pump.
Then I saw this Squid-gee dry system, which is kind of a gutter you run along the edge of the wall and seal to the floor to take the water to the sump pump.
Anyone try it? Heard of it? Got any opinions?