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Our heavy duty waterproof HDPE material is an ideal solution for limiting subterranean water movement. The HDPE sheet material is typically installed outside, adjacent to the building's foundation and acts as a reliable water barrier for basements and crawl spaces.
Material Length: 100 foot roll (can be joined)
Material Height: 18" - 48"
Material Thickness: 30 mil - 80 mil
- Can be cut with a standard utility knife or hand saw
- Joins vertically or horizontally with sealant tape
- Made in the USA
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Need a Longer Roll? We offer our barrier in custom roll lengths of 100' increments. Additional production time and shipping costs bay be required. Please contact us to request a custom quote.
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1. Dig a trench a few inches back from the building's foundation and where you plan to install the water barrier. The trench should be 2” less deep than the depth of the barrier that is to be installed. For example if you are installing a 30” barrier, dig a 28” trench.
2. Place the water barrier in the trench. If connecting two segments of barrier be sure to overlap the segments by 2 feet, use sealant tape vertically and horizontally to connect the seam. The taped overlap will prevent the ground water from flowing through the joint.
HDPE water barrier can also be used as a root guard for trees, bamboo and weeds. When used as a root guard, the HDPE sheet effectively prevents the plant's root from spreading throughout the landscape.