Asked on Mar 25, 2018

Will a sub pump in my basement stop water from trickling in?



I have water that comes in when it rains hard. My neighbor on one side has no gutters so water falls on my drive way & my other neighbor has their water from subpump empty onto their drive on the other side of my house. I've been here 12 years & it seems to get worse. I have sealed walls & floor & have new gutters & my drive way redone. Still have water coming in!

2 answers
  • Tom
    on Mar 25, 2018

    Sorry to say...No, it's still going to come in.
  • Essie
    on Mar 25, 2018

    The sump pump will only remove water that is already there. You may want to talk with your neighbor about redirecting their water flow.
    • Peggy Mounce
      on Mar 25, 2018

      What about Helatec or Greentree they want to put in a subpump with the drain system where they jack hammer around the floor in the basement for about $10,000.00
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