Basement waterproofing giant BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES has developed its own sump liner for sump pumps. The unit consists of redundant pumps in a square, aesthetically pleasing liner that does not look like a sump pump when placed in a basement floor.
Online PR News – 25-August-2010 – – Basement waterproofing giant BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES has developed its own sump liner for sump pumps. The unit consists of redundant pumps in a square, aesthetically pleasing liner that does not look like a sump pump when placed in a basement floor. It is a grey color to match the concrete in the floor and has the appeal for Homeowners when observers do not notice that there is actually a sump pump in the area. The pipes can be hidden behind the wall and the area will not look like there is a sump pump present.
Redundancy in a sump pump liner is very important. BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES puts a Bell and Gossett pump on the floor raised about 1 ½” so dirt and silt do not get into the sump pump and then has an additional pump set above on a shelf with an additional battery back-up in case of power failure – creating a three pump system. There is another system that is also available with alternating current redundancy in case one of the primary pumps fail, making the unit a 4-pump system. “Redundancy in any mechanical unit is imperative”, says James Pratt, owner of BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES. “A back-up to a back-up is the key. The waterproofing systems that we install will never fail. The only possibility of failure is in the mechanical device – the pump. If we install redundant units in each system, there will never be a failure in the basement”.
Bell and Gossett comes with a piggy-back float switch and is available in pumps from 1/3 to ¾ horsepower that are set up for 1 ½” pipe. The 1/3 HP will pump approximately 3000 gallons per hour and the ¾ HP will pump approximately 4200 gallons per hour. “With this type of horsepower behind you”, says Pratt, “there are no basement water issues that we cannot control”.
BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES and Bell and Gossett have been working together for the last year and continue to have the best sump pump on the market. Boston-based BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES is bringing on a huge number of new dealers making BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES the fastest growing basement waterproofing dealer network in the world.
BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES currently has approximately 100 dealers in the US, Canada and Europe. It is continuously growing at a pace unparalleled in the industry
BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES has pioneered many basement waterproofing systems with dozens of patents and registered trademarks on exclusive products for use only by their dealers. BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES grants exclusive territories where only a selected pre-trained Dealer can offer their products.
BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES trains each dealer at their southern Massachusetts plant for installation, sales, marketing, code of ethics, quality control and customer follow-up that is unique in the industry with an unparalleled level of customer service.
BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES trade name is fast becoming the industry standard for excellence, expecting all of its Dealers to follow the same rigid guidelines that the mother company, BOSTON BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES located in Brockton, Massachusetts, utilizes.
BOSTON BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES services most of Massachusetts as well as Rhode Island and Southern New Hampshire.
The “opportunity” is unlimited for each Dealer. “If each Dealer follows our model company in Boston, there is no doubt that each Dealer will dominate their respective market”, says Pratt, the owner of BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES. BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES runs trainings 5 days a week for their local company and offers the same to each Dealer. These intensive Dealer trainings are offered to all Dealers and BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES also offers quarterly Sales Ethics Trainings at their facility in Massachusetts. There is also an annual convention when all the Dealers meet during the summer months.
BASEMENT TECHNOLOGIES “opportunity” is fast becoming the premier franchise/dealership opportunity in the world.
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