Using our Discharge & IceGuard products we are able to get water away from this home's foundation.
Discharge & IceGuard products can be installed under outdoor decks, as in the case for this home owner, in order to pull water away from the foundation.
Sump Pumps can only work successfully if the water being pumped out of a wet basement has somewhere to go. In colder climates, discharge lines can freeze and prevent water from leaving the basement, causing back-ups and problems. The IceGuard installed on this home has discharge line protection that will allow for water to still exit from the sump pump even if the line running along the foundation of the house is covered in snow and frozen.
Discharge lines and IceGuard products allow for Sump Pumps to push water from basements out of homes. Discharge lines can be disguised and incorporated into landscaping to hide them from view.
IceGuards allow for water from Sump Pumps to exit via discharge lines. They provide extra protection in the event that discharge lines become clogged due to ice in freezing temperatures. The slotted openings allow for water to continue to be pumped from the basement, unobstructed. Once ice is able to melt in the discharge line, water will run down the discharge line as normal. The added peace-of-mind of having IceGuard gives a house further protection from a wet basement.
IceGuard and Discharge lines will pull moisture and water away from foundations and can be incorporated into landscaping to be hidden from view.
This homeowner now has a discharge system that not only leads water from the sump pump away from the house foundation, but also the water from a gutter drainage pipe. Together, the water will be diverted to a safer location further away from the foundation of the house.
This IceGuard and Discharge line will lead water from the sump pump away from the house's foundation. In the event that the discharge line freezes from snow or freezing temperatures, the slotted IceGuard will still allow for sump pump water to be discharged until the discharge line becomes clear again.
The discharge line from a sump pump leads water away from your house in order to keep the foundation and surrounding areas dry.
The IceGuard can be configured to fit any outdoor setting to provide additional protection if your discharge line freezes due to cold temperatures. Here, the IceGuard is seen at the beginning of the discharge line that runs against the house foundation and then drains away from the house.
The IceGuard and discharge line lead and drain sump pump water away from the house foundation.
This homeowner opted for multiple IceGuard fixtures to be attached to their discharge line. This will allow for large amounts of water to still be pumped from the basement by the sump pump and exit the line via the slots of the IceGuard if the discharge line is frozen due to cold temperatures.
Another shot of the multiple IceGuard fixtures attached to this homeowner's discharge line. This will allow for large amounts of water to still be pumped from the basement by the sump pump and exit the line via the slots of the IceGuard if the discharge line is frozen due to cold temperatures.