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Repair or installing weeping tiles

A weeping tile system is really a simple drainage system installed around your home, next to the exterior side of the footing which is at the base of your foundation walls. The purpose of weeping tile, also referred to as drainage tile or drain tile, is to provide a drainage point that will drain water, that has accumulated at the base of the foundation (the footing), to the storm sewer beneath your street or into a sump pump liner installed under your basement floor.

Weeping tile can be installed or repaired to drain water that pools at the base of foundations. Weeping tile was so-named because the original systems consisted of sections of terra cotta clay pipe that would allow water to weep into them and, once water entered the pipe, the weeping tile system drains the water away from the foundation.


 

 

The Right Team for Your Basement Protection

Toronto Wide Waterproofing is a dedicated and friendly team that has over 30 years of industry experience. We have helped clients in the Greater Toronto Area in restoring and protecting their basements, making sure that their basements are dry, leak-free, and a healthy living environment.

 

We are experts in providing these services:

- Foundation Restoration

- Eliminate Mold

- Stop Leaks

- Repair or Install Weeping Tiles

- Control Interior Moisture

- Protect Foundation

- Basement Underpinning

 

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At Toronto Wide Waterproofing, We Do it the Proper Way


By making sure that your basement is repaired completely, we do our jobs properly so that there is total protection.

 

We seal our membranes properly by sealing the top of the membrane with J mold and fasten the delta membrane securely to the wall.

We seal our membranes properly by sealing the top of the membrane with J mold and fasten the delta membrane securely to the wall.

We seal our membranes properly by sealing the top of the membrane with J mold and fasten the delta membrane securely to the wall.

We seal our membranes properly by sealing the top of the membrane with J mold and fasten the delta membrane securely to the wall.