Nash Distribution is a supplier of basement water proofing and foundation repair materials and equipment. I recently began using their services and have been really impressed with the quality of their supplies. One particular product they offer is a unique sump basin known as "Triple Pump Pack Sump Pump Basin". The basin is literally a triumph in sump basins if there is such a thing, it's aesthetically perfect, it's airtight, it rest on anti-vibration pads, the pvc pipes that typically stick up squarely in the middle of all of the ugly black garbage can sumps actually exit from the side of this king of all sump basins so as not to even see them at all as they can be easily hidd en a sheetrock wall. I mean this basin is the absolute best sump basin that has ever been created and it's virtually within $75 of all of the ugly black cans! Anyone that has need of a sump system in their basement takes one look at this basin and the decision is made faster than you can say Nash. So here's the problem to my dismay and disbelief I called to order this freaking god of all sump basins only to find that this one of a kind masterpiece is being discontinued. WHY? I have to believe that if these didn't sell up to Nash's expectations it's a simple marketing problem, and this is it; contractors simply don't know these exist. They do not have an online presence at all. Run a simple search for sump basins and all that is found is ugly black garbage cans. There are almost no pictures of this king can online at all, it simply can't be found. Couple the lack of a online presence with a stupid name that doesn't reflect what this is in any way whatsoever has to be single stupidest thing I've ever seen in my thirty year foundation repair and waterproofing career. Kinda sad that a waterproofing genius has designed the perfect sump basin that everyone in need of a sump pump would immediately buy but for all of his/her genius doesn't know one thing about marketing. For that all waterproofing contractors the world over will loose what has to be the best sump basin ever designed. If your a contractor and read this call or email Nash and tell them don't let this one get away!.....www.nashdistribution.com
Forget moldy basement sheetrock walls or rotted wood. At Homeco we're steadily working to provide you with products that prevent costly foundation problems. After years of testing different materials in crawlspaces and basements we're proud to introduce you to Insofast panels for a low cost permanent solution for rotting wooden studs and moldy insulation and sheetrock down in your finished basements. The Insofast panel is designed to replace wood studs and insulation during your initial finishing stage. They go up in minutes rather than hours. With labor rates so high saved time translates into money staying in your pocket rather than your money paying for carpenters and their helpers, gas, trips to the building supply etc... And best of all, Insofast is completely WATERPROOF! It's also very friendly to your electrician and drywall contractors as well which also saves you money. Listen folks I make no money for sending you to the good people at Insofast. Now in the event that I'm hired to install I'll be glad to do that but the SIMPLE truth is that most folks can install Insofast very easily themselves with just a little common sense and a box cutter. Please believe me that using only waterproof materials when finishing your basement will save you multiple thousands of dollars and probably all of your equity over the first twelve to fifteen years of house payments.....Trust me when I tell you that you will NOT slip by unscathed if you start out using standard building materials from Lowe's or Home Depot in a basement......insofast.com
HomeCo's Aqua-Shield Basement Wall Panels™ completely stop water leaks and finish your basement walls to a beautiful, dry, paintable surface. If your planning to carpet or finish your basement, using the right materials is a must. Sheetrock will deteriorate and develope mold and mildew over time when installed in a basement. The only solution is Aqua-Shield™ waterproof basement panels installed only by HomeCo.