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Video: Basement Waterproofing. How To.


The advantage of basement waterproofing done from the outside is that it does protect the walls from contact with water or moisture. When performing exterior waterproofing we get excess to the foundation drain and we do replace it.
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Video: Sewer And Drain Flushing


Drain flushing is one of the options for drain cleaning and in some cases it is the best option which consists of flushing the drain with high pressure water.
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Video: Interior Basement Waterproofing


With an internal solution any landscaping or flowerbeds will not be disturbed and the external appearance of your home will remain untouched. You will no longer have to worry about water seeping through the floor or wall cracks. If you presently have an unfinished basement and you are planning to renovate, waterproofing your basement will ensure there will be no future water damage, since water will collect under the concrete foundation and be directed into your local drainage system. Your basement will be protected, and your investment will be safe. Many homeowners experience occasional leakage in an unfinished basement. Internal basement waterproofing is still a worthwhile investment to protect the integrity of your home's foundation, preventing any further cracking or damage.
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Video: Concrete Floor Installation


Usually the concrete floor installation process involves several steps. First of all, the old concrete slab has to be removed and disposed of. This is followed by digging up and removing and disposing of the soil. The soil must be dug down to the depth which will allow installation of a 3 to 4 inch concrete slab on a gravel base of 4 to 6 inches. More about concrete floor installation in the Greater Toronto Area...

Video: Basement Plumbing Rough In


Before the cement floor in the basement can be poured, the plumbers must rough in all of the pipes that will actually go under the concrete.
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Video: Backflow Prevention Valve Installation


Backflow is a plumbing term for an undesirable flow of water in the reverse direction. Under normal circunstances water will flow down into your drains. However, when you have backflow, the water flows back out of your drain causing expensive and inconvienent flood damage.
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Video: Drain Camera Inspection


With the camera not only can DrainCom specialists see the problem but also give a pretty darn accurate assessment of how far out it is and know where to dig. In most cases they will also know what material was installed on your property by the type of connector used to join the pipes.
More about Clogged Drain Repair and Sewer Cleaning in the Greater Toronto Area...

Video: Foundation Repair & Window Well Drain Installation, September 2011


Many homeowners like to watch the do-it-yourself shows on TV but if you are not a licensed plumber then you could end up costing you time, making any basement leaks worse. This could cause further damage to your homes foundation, drywall and flooring which we all know can be expensive to fix. Never mind the possibility of bringing those unwanted critters into your home like bugs and rodents!
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Video: Water Service. Old Water Line Replacement, September 2011


The water supply line that runs between the curb or street and your home is actually owned by you and all repairs are your responsibility. You also have to find a contractor you can trust. DrainCom certified professionals do this job quickly and well.
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Video: Sump Pump Installation Project, Toronto, September 2011


A sump pump is the perfect solution to prevent basement flooding, and to ease dampness in homes that are located in areas with high water tables. By removing the water that accumulates in your basement's sump pit and sending it away from your home to a municipal storm drain or dry well, you will maintain the integrity of your foundation by keeping it dry.
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Video: Basement Waterproofing Project, Toronto, September 2011


With internal basement waterproofing in the Greater Toronto Area, you will no longer have to worry about water seeping through floor or wall cracks. If you presently have an unfinished basement you are planning to renovate, waterproofing your basement will ensure there will be no future water damage, since water will collect under the concrete foundation and be directed into your local drainage system. Your basement will be protected and your investment will be safe. Many homeowners experience occasional leakage in an unfinished basement. Wet basement waterproofing is still a worthwhile investment to protect the integrity of your home's foundation, preventing any further cracking or damage.
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Video: Basement Lowering And Underpinning Project, Toronto, August 2011


Basement underpinning provides additional stability for your home as it ages. Strengthening the integrity of your basement will support a  lowered basement or a the installation of a new basement floor in preparation for renovations. This service will provide additional foundational support even if you're not renovating; it will support your home's foundation, making the overall structure more stable.

You should consider basement underpinning if: 
  • The ground supporting your home's foundation may have shifted or become compromised
  • Your home's original foundation has weakened over the years
  • The use of your home or structure has changed
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Video: Basement Waterproofing Project, Toronto, August 2011


When waterproofing your basement in the GTA and Etobicoke, we will create a work schedule that works for you, with you to reduce any inconvenience you may incur. We understand you have a busy life and need to be able to enjoy the time you have around home.
Your home may require basement waterproofing on window wells, walls, crawl space or wherever water can enter, we have a solution. No matter what type of foundation, stone, concrete or brick, we can do the job to your satisfaction and guarantee our work.
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Video: Drain Camera Inspection, Mississauga, May 2011


Paying someone to do visual inspections of your sewer line is much cheaper than having your yard dug up and repaired when you don't really know where to start. With the camera not only can they see the problem but also give a pretty darn accurate assessment of how far out it is and know where to dig. In most cases they will also know what material was installed on your property by the type of connector used to join the pipes. (At the most one length is only 12 ft long)

Video: Free Instant Plumbing And Waterproofing Solution - funny plumbing video
(Just For Laughs)


Relax watching this and other funny plumbing video while our waterproofing specialists make your home dry and waterproofed.

Video: Natural BackFlow Prevention.


Natural BackFlow prevention. Each October. Humber River, Toronto