With high-quality waterproofing products and a staff that’s encountered virtually every water issue imaginable, DryOtter delivers effective and proven solutions for basement waterproofing challenges. Our goal is to help you improve the quality of your home by creating a safe and comfortable living space.
RELIABLE AND PROVEN SOLUTION
Over the years, DryOtter has applied innovative basement waterproofing expertise to a wide range of residential and commercial space in both Illinois and Wisconsin. DryOtter is a leader in providing high-tech, reliable, and proven basement health products.
The heart of our closed basement waterproofing system is an ingenious QuickFlow drain tile, which is unique in the industry and provides a way to draw water both from the outside walls as well as from the center of the basement.
SOLVING WATERPROOFING CHALLENGES
Using high quality basement waterproofing products and a staff that has encountered and conquered virtually every waterproofing challenge imaginable, we deliver effective solutions for all waterproofing needs. At DryOtter, you will find an indispensable source of ideas and industry know-how.
Our basement waterproofing process and product performance is unmatched in the industry. All of our employees have received certified training through the Basement Waterproofing Network. Commitment and experience of our people allows for high levels of customer service and customer satisfaction.
GREAT SERVICE... GREAT PRODUCTS
QuickFlo Drain Tile
QuikFlo is the smart alternative to traditional “pipe & gravel” systems. It can be installed in a shallow trench alongside the footer or directly on the footer. QuikFlo has a higher flow capacity than 4” corrugated or PVC pipe and oversized water inlets eliminate clogging.
Pro Series Battery-Backup
We also offer the Pro Series 2400 Battery-Opertated Backup sump pump, to give you peace of mind during heavy storms and power outages. The 2400 Series Battery Backup automatically switches to battery power automatically in the event of an AC power or primary pump failure.