REPAIR OF FRENCH DRAINS
IN THE SAINTE-THÉRÈSE AREA
Since 1987, Goudron Pagé has been proudly offering lasting solutions to all your foundation problems in the Sainte-Thérèse and surrounding areas. Our team of experts is trained to use the best equipment in the business and to always aim to exceed your expectations by meeting all your needs. We specialize in crack repair, waterproofing membrane installation, French drain maintenance, tarring and more. It is important for us to offer you a service adapted to your needs while respecting the strictest norms and the highest quality standards in the industry.
Goudron Pagé, Specialists in foundation waterproofing offers the repair of interior or exterior cracks. Our polyurethane injection or epoxy resin injection technique ensures uniform and successful penetration to cover even the smallest cracks. Let a Goudron Pagé specialist offer you the solution adapted to your problem.
FRENCH DRAIN REPAIR
The installation of a French drain, mandatory in Quebec, is more than necessary for the proper drainage of your foundation. Whether it is for the repair or maintenance of your French drain, Goudron Pagé has the solution adapted to your problem. Several tests will be carried out to find the cause of it.
At Goudron Pagé, we make sure to offer you a professional inspection service, guaranteed and recognized by most insurance companies. Whether it is for the purchase or sale of your property, for the preliminary cost study or a request from your insurance company, trust our team of certified inspectors to have the facts on the condition of your foundation, but also to prevent future problems.
For waterproofing work, Goudron Pagé uses a very high quality flexible water repellent membrane, offering a permanent, reliable and durable solution. The membrane we use dries to the touch in minutes, can be applied at temperatures as low as 5 ° C, offers high resistance to abrasion, impact and chemicals in addition to withstanding up to 2000% elongation.
DOES YOUR FRENCH DRAIN
A band of efflorescence visible at the base of the foundation wall inside the basement is caused by the presence of prominent water. This could be a high water table or pockets of water trapped in clay. The efflorescence band can also indicate a non-functioning drain. Several tests will be performed to find the cause of the problem.
Several workarounds are available in the event that it is not possible to carry out the work from the outside (balcony, terraced property), the drain can be installed inside, which will remove the water pressure in the ground just as an exterior drain would. If it is not possible to prevent water infiltration, a sump pit should be installed at the lowest point of the basement floor, which will lead the water to the sewer or ditch or drain it to the bottom. It is not advisable to dig an interior channel in the concrete slab at the perimeter of the exterior wall to direct water to the sump or a floor drain. Standing water will soak up the concrete and the humidity in the room will create mold problems.