Drain Tile Repair (Basement Waterproofing)

Our Proven Method of Basement Waterproofing

Interior Drain Tile Installation & Repair in Minnesota

An under-the-floor Drain Tile system, also referred to as a ‘French Drainage System’, is recommended in some basement leakage cases. Such cases may include moisture seeping and coming up through inner floor cracks, around support posts, pipes, chimneys, etc.

The Drain Tile/French Drain is installed along the wall and holes are drilled in the cavities of the block, if you have blocks.

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Trusted Solutions to Fix Your Leaky Basement

Special edging is installed along the wall to capture any water seepage or condensation that would come from the wet wall. A particular filter rock is used to filtrate the sediments to prevent premature plugging of the drain tile/French drain system. Also, a unique product is installed to prevent undermining of the footings and help preserve structural integrity. Once all materials for waterproofing the basement are in place, fresh concrete is set in place over top of the filter rock. A dry basement and secure home is important to you and us as well. Choose wisely, as we have seen some sad waterproofing cases that have caused undermined footings.

Basic Waterproofing Procedures Include:

  1. Walls are cleaned up
  2. Cracks are sealed
  3. Draintile is added with filter rock
  4. Sump pump added (if needed)
  5. Top soil and clean-up complete the project.

We have installed many proven working systems in the Upper Midwest. Basement Waterproofing MN is what we do – serving not only the St. Cloud, MN area, but also North Dakota (Superior WI, Rice Lake WI, New Richmond WI, River Falls WI, Spooner WI), South Dakota, Iowa, and Wisconsin.

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Drain tile repair Experts

Exterior Drain Tile Installation & Repair

We do offer this drain tile repair service. It is an effective method used primarily when basement walls are leaking.

Let the Pros Do the Dirty Work

Excavation is necessary for drain tile waterproofing systems. It will enable you to change the landscape look around your home as well.

ADHESIVE and PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION makes the difference.

No more leaking basements — No more water in your basement Guaranteed.

What Our Customers Say

“I am very happy with the whole crew a B.W.C. Dan gave me a prompt estimate tailored to my wishes. Luke and his hard working crew did a great job installing my french drain system, sump pump and a buried discharge line. They were very cordial and took care of every detail.”

Roger Christianson, Drain Tile Installation

“Very happy with the results. Sump pump and drain tiles put in. We were concerned that part of the drywall needed to be cut out, but we were surprised they installed without having to do that. They predicted 3 days, but it was done within 2. We thought the installers were very professional and did a great clean-up job.”

Randy & Pat Shell, Sump Pump Installation

The Legendary UG-24 Drain Tile System

There is nothing else like it on the market today. The legendary UG 24 relieves hydrostatic water pressure from under the entire basement floor.

Is Water seeping up through floor cracks in the middle of your basement floor? The legendary UG-24 will reduce and relieve high water table pressure.

Family Owned Waterproofing Business for Over 40 Years

Basement Water Controlled Team

We’ve been in the waterproofing game for a while now and have learned the ins-and-outs of keeping basements dry. We have seen just about every waterproofing issue there is, and we know how to fix it right.

When you contact us by this contact form or by phone, we’ll be there to help guide you through the process and get your home dried up.







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    The Drain Tile Repair Process

    Problem: This wall is filled with water

    Water Filled Cinder Block

    Phase 1: Break up the concrete near the wall

    Jack Hammering the Concrete

    Phase 2: Digging deeper for the Drain Tile

    Now we need to dig deeper for the Drain Tile

    Phase 3: Prepare for Drain Tile

    Preparing our channel for the Drain Tile

    Phase 4: Lay Drain Tile

    Laying Drain Tile

    Phase 5: Lay Filter Rock

    Laying the Filter Rock

    Phase 6: Pour concrete over the Filter Rock

    Pouring the concrete cap over the Drain Tile
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