It seems that this is a common practice these days. Home owner has water issues, calls a basement waterproofing company, and they install an interior basement system. This one had approval by the local jurisdiction.
First the sump pump. Improper wired with a purple extension cord, poorly discharged at exterior. (Just dump on ground so in can just seep down an infiltrate right back in) No back flow device.
Basement system. Panels installed at 1/4 wall level. Moisture readings 50% located above system.
My recommendation and observation.
The home owner was ripped off with an inferior system and exterior excavation is needed to properly waterproof the home.
Local Jurisdiction Building Inspector is inept. (The same jurisdiction approved a new heating system to vent up chimney with no liner/cap. Required by Ohio code. May be why chimney is heavily deteriorated.
Recommend qualified plumber and electrician to properly install pump that would not be needed if exterior excavation, grading and roof drainage was properly installed. Also a tree was recently cut down in close proximity of the home. I would have below ground storm drainage scoped to determine integrity.
Realtor/Home owner/Local jurisdiction all seem satisfied with system.
I say mold/moisture and improper. And I was asked there is a small hole in the block and I can see outside is this a problem?
I answer. Yes. The moisture is resulting in deteriorated mortar.
What do you say!!