How to Measure Your Basement for the SquidGee Dry System
Place your tape measure at the joint where the floor and walls meet, measure each wall's length in feet (ft) and write it down on a pad of paper. Then total up all your runs to get your basement's total linear footage. Using example to left:
40 + 20 + 35 +2 + 5 + 18 = 120 linear feet
Now, count how many inside and outside corners you'll need for your project. Our DIY basement waterproofing project calculator will automatically caluclate how many SquidGee Dry main sections, corners, butt-joint connectors, end caps and tubes of the SealOnce Adhesive you'll need to waterproof your basement!