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Importance of Properly Installing Window Wells If you are to let light enter your basement then there is a need to open up the ground next to the wall outside which is deep and large enough to allow the light to enter into your basement. To then hold earth from shoving back and create a mess after you have placed a window to seal that wall, you would next want to put a retaining wall to keep this from happening. Drainage will then be your next concern so as not to make that open pit outside your home into a pool or a water repository. We have just described what a window well is. it is important to allow the much needed natural light (not artificial only), a kind of light that carries the full spectrum of color and ray that is ideal for plant and animal life on earth, helps rejuvenate and repair life form at the cellular level, increase one’s energy and metabolism, boosts the immune system and helps build Vitamin D. The activity of organisms is stimulated and the infiltration of critters is encouraged if there is darkness, dimness, or the absence of photo electricity. However, improperly installed “window well system” can cause various unwanted results like water leakage, dirt and critters coming in through cracks, seepage spawn when the wall is not mounted flush onto the foundation wall and allowing water to penetrate from underneath then out to the floor.
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The whole idea of installing a window well can be ruined by incorrect window well sizing system. Sometimes window well are not deep enough and not wide enough for the window size since both are required to have a workable drainage system.
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Speaking of which, another most poorly draining window wells are the result of soil and debris contamination induced by either a poor gravel layering or debris that often prevents water from reaching the gravel layer to drain the water from the watering hole. You lose the draining qualities of layered gravel if the gravel layering is poorly paved and is contaminated by sediments. Leaves, newspapers and plastic bag are some of the main causes that can clog your layering system making them good for nothing if your window well system is not capable of fending it, including snow. Unless of course if you are very diligent in cleaning them up and as often as it requires. Present window well systems prevent problems common to traditional window wells through modern innovative ideas. Window well covers and galvanized steel barriers are not replaced by poly-carbonate barriers that are rust proof, and adjustable windows that will fit any window depth and meet building codes for safe emergency.