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If you have a sump it is probably there for a reason - if you fill it in, then the water that is in it will instead be all over the floor of your currently dry basement. Get someone who knows about basement drainage to take a look. It's very common in Canada to have a sump in the basement, usually with a pump, hooked up to the storm drain. Google basement ...


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Wow! What a surprise. I don't think it's related to any county storm drainage system. Wouldn't hurt to contact them though. My best guess is someone acquired some spiral reinforcing somewhere and used it to construct a dry sump for some purpose. It was then forgotten until the cover collapsed and you noticed something amiss. The water probably means you have ...


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CFM: Cubic Feet per Minute. It is the same unit for both. Note that computer fans are not rated or listed for such use or permanent installation and might not like getting wet. I don't doubt that such a setup would work but I would test it first with some power adapters (12VDC, common for 120mm fans) before looking at solar panels. As the exact power ...


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Just to circle back on this... my radon contractor stipulated that a polyethylene layer is needed for radon mitigation, and my crawlspace contractor agreed. The crawlspace contractor broke the concrete in a pitchfork-shape (to get good radon coverage and get around some concrete footings that are supporting the steel I-beam). He then dug a trench, put ...



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