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Homes built pre 1970 used Field Tile for Foundation Drainage. This pipe is usually cemnet or ceramic and came in 1 foot sections that was butted together and laid along the footer. Take a look at what it looks like after 30 or 40 years. It is totally full of dirt and needs to be replace. This is not an easy Do it Yourself project but it can be done if you have a few friends willing to work for a back yard cook out!

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Using the SealOnce Adhesive apply a tall, thick bead of adhesive to the bottom of the main section. Turn the main section back over and set it in place. Press gently in place for 30 seconds. Next, apply the finishing seal followed by slicking down the bead of adhesive to create a watertight seal. Seal the butt-joint connectors to create a continuous channel. Install and bond in place the pre-molded inside and outside corners. Finish by draining the SquidGee Dry System to your sump pump or floor drain.

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The best basement waterproofing and foundation repair company in Denver Colorado. Providing fast service and a clean finish to all the jobs.

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for you affordable foundation repair in Denver Co. the Denver Foundation Pros has your solution.

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