Rob - I missed your original post on this one. About 2 falls ago, we got a
rain event from the tail end of a hurricane after it came inland (about 9in
worth). We had about 2-3 inches worth of water under the raised floor in
some areas among cables, outlets, and you name it. SOMEHOW we avoided even
a single problem... we did the shop vac and floor fan thing and our
maintenance staff had some work done on the building foundation that has
prevented further trouble. Get a pump!
01/08/2008 09:58 Subject
AM More fun with the raised floor.
Please respond to
Actually our raised floor is raised floor tiles installed over a section
of concrete that was dug out to a depth of 8 inches. No one ever thought
we'd need a sump pump. We now have a team of people in there with Shop
Isn't it nice to get several inches of rain to melt the previous several
inches of snow?
Group Dekko Services, LLC
PO Box 2000
Kendallville, IN 46755
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