What happens to your basement when your sump pump fails, or a big storm knocks down the power lines and your sump pump is out of commission? If you don't have a battery operated sump pump, you are on your own. Chances are that your basement will leak, or maybe even flood.
According to Floodsmart.gov, every inch of flood water that gets in the basement causes thousands of dollars in damages. Finished basement walls and floors might need to be stripped and discarded, furniture, electronics, appliances might get damaged and need replacement. Even unfinished basements are not safe, because a flooded basement can ruin your HVAC system, compromise the electric wires, turn your basement into a shock or fire hazard.
To make matters worse, you might have to pay for cleanup and restoration costs out of your own pocket. Flood damages aren't usually covered by typical homeowner's insurance, and even flood insurance establishes coverage limitations for basements.
Basement Systems, the largest basement waterproofing company in the world, with over 300 dealers in 6 countries and more that 25 years of expertise in wet basement repair developed and patented and award-winning sump pump system that will give you the peace of mind you need, by reducing the odds of a basement flood to statistical insignificance.
The TripleSafe system has not one, but two backup sump pumps - an electric, cast-iron pump, and a battery operated backup pump - in addition to a powerful main pump, to keep your basement dry under the heaviest of rains, even in case of power outages.
A floor drain handles water from internal plumbing accidents, and the water alarm warns you when the main pump is out of commission and one of the backup pumps is kicking in. If you want a basement dry all the time, you need a TripleSafe sump pump system, offered exclusively by Frontier Basement Systems in Tennessee and Southwestern Kentucky.