Stop flooding through doorways, hatchways, and entryways with the TrenchDrain™ Grated Drainage Pipe System.
What It Does
Many homeowners have contacted us with concerns about water flowing into their home through hatchway entrances, down stairways, or garage doors. One solution to these types of problems is the TrenchDrain Drainage Pipe System.
TrenchDrain is traditional basement drainage pipe but with a grated opening fitted snugly to the top. The grate is flush against or slightly below floor level to avoid a trip hazard while still collecting any water. Uniquely design to span doorways, hatchway entrances or other similar openings, water passing over the grate is collected through the grate's openings and redirected to your sump pump.
Advantages To Our System
- Grated Openings Collect Flooding Water
- Removable Lid For Cleaning & Service
- Designed To Create No Tripping Hazards
- Compatible With Our Other Drain Systems
- Includes A Written Lifetime Warranty
Our TrenchDrain System has a removable lid that can be taken off to remove leaves, dirt, or debris that could clog your system.
Stop Flooding Through Garage Doors
Many of our customers have the TrenchDrain System installed along the opening to their garage door. In this application, the drain will intercept the water and direct it to your sump pump system.
We always recommend installing the drain along the inside of the garage, where it's much less likely to freeze during the winter months. Installing our drain along the inside of the door will also protect the system from clogging with outside debris, such as dirt, sand, sticks, and leaves.
When Draining Hatchway Doors…
When installing this system on hatchway doors, we will generally recommend installing them inside the hatchway entrance (instead of in the basement itself) when possible.
Since the TrenchDrain Drainage Pipe System includes a grated opening, it separates the drain from the basement as much as possible.
Install a Warrantied Drainage Pipe System in Your Home
Including a section of TrenchDrain in your full-perimeter drainage pipe system does not add any additional cost to the completed waterproofing system. Even if your hatchway isn't leaking now, we recommend installing this system just in case.
We'd like to provide you with a free basement waterproofing inspection for your home. Our free inspections are available to homeowners within our Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri service area and include a professional consultation and a written, customized cost quote. To schedule your free inspection, contact us by phone or email today!
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