Here at Woods Basement Systems, Inc., we've seen foundation issues of all types, and we have solutions for each one. Leaning walls, tilting chimneys, cracking foundation walls, sinking floors, and rotting crawl spaces are just a few of the problems that we work with every day. Our warrantied solutions are just what you need to repair your structural issue, returning the structure to its original position -- warrantied!
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At Woods Basement Systems, Inc. we make foundation crack repairs throughout Illinois & Missouri every day. Here's just a few before and after photos of damage structures we've repaired.
Woods Basement Systems, Inc. provides services such as foundation crack repair throughout Illinois & Missouri. Our contractors service St. Louis, Springfield, St. Charles, Champaign, Decatur, St Peters, Belleville, Florissant, Chesterfield, O'Fallon, and neighboring areas.
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This homeowner's house was starting to settle into the ground which caused cracks to form. The cracks around this window are small, but if they weren't fixed they could have widened and cracked even further. They were sealed to stop the cracking and then the rest of the house was fixed with push piers to make sure the house stands firm and prevents more cracks from forming.
Epoxy wall crack repair is stronger than the original concrete and if it re-cracks it either was applied wrong or a serious settling problem has occurred.
We installed Foundation SupportWorks® push piers on the exterior of this Chesterfield, Missouri home to stop the foundation from settling.
The room addition on this High Ridge, Missouri home settled and needed our Foundation SupportWorks® push piers to get the foundation wall back to level.
The crack and settling wedge of this Granite City, Illinois foundation was caused by a waterproofing system (BOX Drain Tile) that let mud and water get into the sump pump and overtime undermined the footing holding up that wedge of concrete. We installed a push pier to close the gap.
I am glad I called your company. Everyone did a super job.