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!




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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
Vac's.

Isn't it nice to get several inches of rain to melt the previous several
inches of snow?

Rob Berendt
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Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com

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