Basement Stations

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  • JTFS Basement Pumping Stations 190L

    JTFS Basement Pumping Stations 190L

    £579.99
    This Single JTFS Basement 190L Pumping Station is a pre-assembled, ready to use package pumping station suitable for the handling of clean, grey or effluent water.
  • JTFS Basement Pumping Stations 300L

    JTFS Basement Pumping Stations 300L

    £619.99
    This Single JTFS Basement 300L Pumping Station is a pre-assembled, ready to use package pumping station suitable for the handling of clean, grey or effluent water.
  • JTFS Basement Pumping Stations 450L

    JTFS Basement Pumping Stations 450L

    £679.99
    This Single JTFS Basement 450L Pumping Station is a pre-assembled, ready to use package pumping station suitable for the handling of clean, grey or effluent water.
  • JTFS Dual Range - Basement Pumping Station

    JTFS Dual Range - Basement Pumping Station

    £949.99
    The JTFS Dual Basement is suitable for Basement or cellar removal of water Applications For clean water containing solids up to 5 mm grain size. For basement drainge For cellar drainage Can be used with dishwashers washing machines
  • JTFS Surface Water Pumping Stations 190L

    JTFS Surface Water Pumping Stations 190L

    £579.99
    This Single JTFSSurface Water 190L Pumping Station is a pre-assembled, ready to use package pumping station suitable for the handling of clean, grey or effluent water.
  • Dab Under Sink NOVA BOX

    Dab Under Sink NOVA BOX

    £449.81
    NovaBox Station for the collection and lifting of domestic waste water from the bath, sink, shower, and washing machine , dishwashers in basements, or below the sewer network in general.

Basement Waterproofing

Why Waterproof a Basement?

Basements and other below ground structures require necessary protection to prevent risks of flooding from ground and surface water. Incorporating a basement into your home brings many benefits. They are thermally efficient, strengthen the structure of a building and increase the value of a property. Common purposes for basements being waterproofed include further accommodation, in-house gym, storage and even car parks.

Grades of Waterproofing

Grade 1 – Some damp areas are tolerated, basement inappropriate for dwelling.

Grade 2 – Water penetration intolerable yet water vapour and damp areas are accepted

Grade 3 – Entirely dry environment with no water penetration acceptable

Basements with the purpose of domestic accommodation will require grade 3 waterproofing, whereas car parks and garages will likely only need grade 2 waterproofing.

Pumps for Basement Waterproofing

One of the most commonly used basement waterproofing methods involves managing and channelling any water ingress. This is done by using hidden drainage systems that work with structural waterproofing membranes and sump pumps or basement pumps.

Our basement pumps work by lowering the pressure on the basement walls. Basement pumps do this by dealing with any build up of ground moisture before it reaches the basement walls. This impressive waterproofing solution leaves a dry basement suitable for any purpose you desire.