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Installing French drains is just one waterproofing option provided by Thrasher.

If water is allowed to continuously build up then recede from a foundation wall, hydrostatic pressure can cause cracks, bowed walls and other structural problems.

Thrasher installed an exterior interceptor drain (also referred to as a French drain) in this homeowner’s back yard. Because the yard was not naturally sloped to move water away from the home, it was collecting in areas close to the foundation, causing water issues in the basement.

“From start to finish, I received total professionalism and up-to-date progress. The crew respected my property and cleaned up after the job was completed. KC Masters came highly recommended to me and I see why. My neighbors are interested in having work done. My brother and mother have also used KC Masters. Top notch company. In today’s world, it is hard to find great customer service.” – R. R., homeowner

The French drain is a great drainage solution, installed below ground to carry water away to a point that is a safe distance from your home.

Pier Masters' crew installing the exterior interceptor drain.
Thrasher's crew installing the exterior interceptor drain.
The trench has been graded, seeded and covered with straw.
The trench has been graded, seeded and covered with straw.