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Direct Water On Your Flooded Crawl Space Floor To Your Perimeter Drain

Direct Water On Your Flooded Crawl Space Floor To Your Perimeter Drain

What It Does:

Crawl space liners rest directly on the crawl space floor. If your crawl space is flooding, water can be trapped underneath, never making it to your perimeter drain.

The raised dimples on our Drainage Matting gives the water flooding into your crawl space a channel underneath your crawl space liner. This directs the water flooding your crawl space to your perimeter crawl space drain and sump pump system.

Installation Time:

Drainage Matting should not significantly add to the installation time of your crawl space vapor barrier system. When we send our crew to your home, one member will lay the drainage matting while another installs the liner over the top. A VaporLoc Elite® crawl space system usually installs in less than a day.

Waterproof Your Crawl Space With Drainage Matting

A crawl space vapor barrier is an excellent way to keep water and moisture from your crawl space, but it's also important to drain away flooded water that collects underneath. By installing Drainage Matting, your crawl space is protected, and water is directed to your drainage system.

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