Water guard perimeter drain system

After years of fighting water seapage in the basement, doing all the things out side, drainage, downspouts, slant thr earth away from the house, I still am having water on the floor.
Any comments on the system? The one room is paneled, and finished, and the installers need to cut 4 inches off the bottom of of then panels to put in the drain ducts.
What is the best way to conceal the bottom of the paneling, instaed of replacing it?
Any help would be appreciated !
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A lot of it will be determined by how the panelling is attached to the wall. If there is a stud wall against the foundation wall how will they be able to install the drain ducts. Any system that drains the water from above the floor will still not solve the problem of high water under the floor causing dampness and seepage through openings, cracks and edges of the concrete floor. You may want to check out other methods of solving your problem.

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you will be fine as long as theres a underground perforated pipe sending the water to a sump pump or better gravity drain to daylight. gravity is way more reliable than a pump.
been there spent 8 grand and one summer trying to fix water in basement.
interior french drain fixed it at 3500 bucks I could of saved 8 grand if I had started with interior french drain:(
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