Finger Space Drain

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Suppose you have a brick veneer outside your house, and you see water enter at the end of the foundation wall. In that case, water is most likely getting behind the brick and entering the area known as the finger space, which is a small gap between your foundation wall and the brick. The water typically enters that small space in a different location further up the wall and travels down the area until it finds its way into your basement. Many other companies will try to sell an internal system. We have a solution we can do from the outside your home; which is a much more affordable and less invasive process.

David Green
5 / 5 stars
Thanks to every one at Schmitt Waterproofing. Every person we had contact with were all great, professional and courteous. We couldn't be more happy with the work performed. Professional, competent and reasonable. Highly recommended!!!!!
David Green
Thanks to every one at Schmitt Waterproofing. Every person we had contact with were all great, professional and courteous. We couldn't be more happy with the work performed. Professional, competent and reasonable. Highly recommended!!!!!
Date Published: 02/05/2019
Source: Google
Written by: David Green
Finger Space Drain

What Our Clients Say

There Was A Leak In My Basement That Let Water In Whenever It Rained Hard. Josh Did A Great Job Fixing It, And It Hasn’t Leaked Since. He Was Very Professional, Nice, And He Cleaned Up After Himself.

Alex Bruce

Schmitt Waterproofing 

7055 Cogburn Road,
Cumming, GA 30028