Water and seepage can vary if the ground water is more severe.
August 4, 2005
A: Both of these questions beg the same answer. The amount of noticeable water and seepage can vary if the ground water is more severe. Ground water is high when a very heavy snow melt takes place of if there is a long period of heavy rain. To answer the question as to who does perimeter drainage work in Winnipeg call Lloyd Mah at the Winnipeg Building Permits office. Iím sure he will be able to help you locate a pressure/suction sewer service.
Q # 1: Re: 'Is it too late for my 30-year-old home?' article in The Herald dated Wednesday, May 11, 2005.It appears we have the exact problem as was questioned in the above noted article. We are looking for a contractor who might give advice to the water seepage problem.
Are you aware of any such contractors in the city of Winnipeg who we may contact for advice and/or repairs such as the high pressure water clearing of the weeping tiles?
Q # 2: Can you provide me with information regarding the flushing of perimeter
drains? I live in Winnipeg, Mb and am not sure who offers this service. I have seepage in my basement and have noticed less and less water coming into my floor pit from the weeping tiles. They may be plugged.