Britewall basement wall panel


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Old 12-05-20, 05:09 PM
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Britewall basement wall panel

Someone posted on an old thread about if they have britewall basement wall coverings.
I found this site when I was trying to find out if I could just buy britewall myself and put it on. I overpaid for the waterproofing company to do it. I need to put some in 2 basement closets that are on exposed exterior walls.
So, does anyone know if you can just buy the panels and save the grand on labor for 10 minutes worth of work.
The panels in the old thread are likely that type, but fasteners are now nylon or some other plastic material.
Rust means water still getting in. It works to channel down to the dimple material below and into an inside drain tile and to the sump, so you get no water in your space.
drain tile and into the sump system so no moisture will get inside the house, so you can finish over it, but you probably don't want to put any more holes/nails/screws into that leaky foundation.
Believe it or not, I actually was able to attach bead board paneling over it with VELCRO strips!!!
They actually stuck to the Britewall material. Now, it looks like a finished basement again.
Oh, and it doesn't matter that the outside downspouts and drainage are all away from the house. Water still gets in from deeper underground. It's got to go somewhere, especially in heavy rain. If your outside walls are not waterproofed.
 
 

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