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Mike & Trish, residents in Eureka, were concerned about their homes foundation issues. To ensure a safe and valuable home, they called Woods Basement Systems inquiring about solutions. The couple met with David Palmer, who thoroughly assessed their home & advised them what to do.
They decided on the installation of the Geo-Lock Wall Anchor System that would prevent their bowed walls from getting worse as well as help straighten them over time. They also needed new expansion joints to reduce the stress the foundation was enduring.
Foreman Jeremy Raby & his crew started this large project on April 2nd, 2015. It took them about a week to complete the job and the couple was enthused on how quick it went by. Today, their home has obtained more value and more importantly, has a safe & stabilized foundation.
Ballwin couple, Kevin & Sue, were tired of dealing with their basement flooding every time it rained. Their waterproofing system was not working and they could not figure out why. Realizing they absolutely needed the space for storage, they were referred to Woods Basement Systems by a friend.
On September 11th, 2012, System Design Specialist, David Palmer met with the couple to diagnose their issue. David explained that the water was seeping through their walls, floors, and joints between them. He informed them that their original waterproofing system seemed to be clogged. This could be fixed, but he warned them it probably would not be long-lasting. He then suggested a permanent solution, the WaterGuard system. Kevin & Sue were instantly appealed to the fact that it was a non-clogging pipe system that does not rot. After doing more research on the products of Basement Systems, they decided that they wanted BrightWall panels to enhance the aesthetics of the dark, bare basement walls. Three days after their meeting with David, foreman Chris Armstrong and his crew arrived to save their basement.
Just in one day, the new interior drainage system was installed. The WaterGuard system is barely noticeable as it is hidden beneath a layer of concrete, which enthused the couple. The BrightWall panels, which were designed to work hand in hand with the WaterGuard system, has transformed their basement from a damp & dark room to a bright & open area that is perfect for neat and dry storage. Kevin & Sue could not be happier with their new basement and continue to reference Woods Basement Systems to their friends.
After a long rainstorm, Peggy & Rod noticed that water was leaking into their basement from various areas. Without hesitation, they asked some friends who to call. They were referred to Woods Basement Systems, and scheduled an appointment on September 25,2014 with David Palmer, a System Design Specialist.
Being very familiar with wet basement issues, David did not take long in diagnosing the couple’s problem. David explained that their sill plate was slowly rotting away and causing minor leakage. Also, their downspout was channeling too much water at the corner of their foundation. Unfortunately, if these were not fixed in the near future, they would continue to get worse. The couple scheduled for a crew to come the following week.
Foreman Reginald Bradford and his crew installed the Sill Plate Draintile System to fix their rotting sill plate. Then, they installed a LawnScape Outlet that acts as a downspout extension to direct the drainage away from the foundation. The couple was enthused that the job was completed in one day. Today, they are enjoying their leak-free basement with confidence their storage will not be damaged every time it rains.
In Moweaqua, IL, homeowners, Tami and Brandon S contacted Woods Basement Systems about sump pumps. It was determined that a Twin Pack sump pump would help in protecting their basement. Pump two will kick on if the first pump were to go out, and both pumps will work together in times of heavy water. A WaterGuard system was also installed to help direct water to the Twin Pack sump pump. Tami and Brandon have piece of mind knowing their basement is protected from water damage.
To protect her basement from water damage, JoAnn M contacted Woods Basement Systems for a solution. It was determined a WaterGuard system was to be installed. The system is equipped with large drain holes. It is also installed out of the mud zone. Both of these will help in prevent from clogging as the system collects ground water and water from the walls and directs it to JoAnn's new Twin Pack Sump Pump. Knowing her basement is protected from water damage gives JoAnn piece of mind.
After WaterGuard installation, JoAnn M of Pana, IL decided to have Woods Basement Systems also install a Twin Pack Sump Pump. WaterGuard will direct the flow of water into the Twin Pack. Pump two will work if the first pump were to ever go out. Both pumps ill also work together to ensure JoAnn's basement is protected.
In Taylorville, IL, Bill H. was having moisture control issues in his crawlspace. Bill wanted to ensure his home would be safe from mold and rotting wood. Woods Basement Systems assured Bill they could fix the issue.
Woods installed a drainage mat and CleanSpace. The drainage mat would help drain away standing water and CleanSpace would seal the space and keep water from getting in. Woods also installed vent covers for additional sealing. These create an air tight seal preventing moisture from seeping through into the crawlspace.
Woods installed a sump pump that would help remove the water from the crawlspace. The sump pump will pump the water out of the crawlspace into the yard through a discharge line.
Dan B. in Taylorvile, IL was experiencing a damp crawlspace. He knew that if the crawlspace did not dry out, it could soon start to rot the wood and grow mold. Dan called Woods Basement Systems to find a solution.
Woods came in and installed a drainage matting under CleanSpace. This drainage mat would help drain away any water that may get into the crawlspace. The CleanSpace was used to seal off the space to prevent moisture from getting into the space, helping to keep it dry.
A Twin Pack sump pump was installed to provide escape for any unwanted water in the space. Water that may still get into the space will be pumped out through a discharge line that leads the yard. If this line becomes frozen or backed up, IceGuard will prevent the water from receding back into the crawlspace.
Lena C. of Taylorville, Illinois was troubled by water leaking into her basement where the floor meets the wall. In addition to the water leak, Lena discovered high levels of radon, a naturally occuring gas, in her basement. System design specialist Austin G. design a solution to keep her basement dry, comfortable and safe.
To keep the basement dry, foreman Melvin F. installed WaterGuard. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system that guides water to the TripleSafe sump pump system. TripleSafe is equipped with three pumps to ensure the basement stays dry. In addition to the waterproofing system, Melvin and his team installed a radon mitigation system.
Now, Lena has no worries with her basement. It is safe and dry and she is free to enjoy her comfortable living space.
Taylorville, Illinois homeowners Joseph and Rhonda D. were troubled by their bowing foundation walls. As the walls bowed under pressure, they began to crack and compromise the foundation. Nate H., system design specialist, designed a solution to support the home.
Foreman Jeremy R. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Geo-Lock is driven into undisturbed soil to support the foundation. The wall anchors straighten the walls to their original, safe position.
Joseph and Rhonda can sleep easily knowing their foundation is supported and their home will stay safe.
Golconda, Illinois homeowners Florian and Jenna G. were troubled by water leaking into their basement. The water caused mold and created a musty environment. A Woods Basement Systems system design specialist designed a solution.
WaterGuard was installed in the basement. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system that collects and guides water away from the basement. With WaterGuard, Florian and Jenna's basement will stay dry and mold free.
Peggy S. from St Charles, Missouri was worried about the cracks on the wall of her basement. She called our team in order to solve this problem. Based on her specific probelm, our system specialist Bradly P. designed a solution based on Geo Lock Wall Anchors.
Geo Lock Wall Anchor is the system which stabilizes your wall against the presure coming from outside of your home. Now, the walls of the basement in Peggy's home are safer and look more comfortable.
Mark S. of Taylorville, IL had water leaking into his crawlspace. The water was making the space humid and raising the energy bills. Woods Basement Systems had the perfect products to help Mark.
CleanSpace was installed to help seal off the crawlspace. This seal will prevent outside water from seeping into the space and making it damp. If your crawlspace stays dry, there will be a reduced humidity in the space.
A SaniDry was installed to filter moisture out of the air in the crawlspace. A SaniDry is a dehumidifier for the space and will help control the humidity. Controlling the humidity of the crawlspace will reduce energy bills and make the home more comfortable because the air that is moving into the home is more controlled.
Judy L. of Palmer, IL had cracks in the walls of her basement. The cracks were around doors and window indicating structural issues. Woods Basement Systems had the perfect product to give the home the proper support.
Woods installed GeoLock wall anchors to provide support for the home. These anchors are attached to the wall and is anchored to the yard outside. This is done by using poles to extend past the active zone in the yard. This will support the foundation of the home for the life of the structure so the homeowners will never have to worry about a failing foundation.
David S. of Moweaqua, Illinois was troubled by his uneven sidewalk. The sidewalk settled with the soil and began to crack. Not only did it distract from his landscape, but the sidewalk was a safety concern as well. Kevin E., system design specialist, designed a solution.
PolyLEVEL was installed by foreman David G. PolyLEVEL lifts and aligns concrete to its original position. PolyLEVEL will not settle, so it is a long lasting solution. David is thrilled to have a beautiful, safe walkway.
Max W. of Taylorville, IL had bowing walls in his basement and connected garage. Large cracks had formed along the walls and the garage doors were sticking and hard to open. Max was afraid the walls might fail and he’d have an even bigger problem on his hands so he called Woods Basement Systems for a free assessment. Design Specialist Kevin E. inspected the inside and outside of the foundation and found the perfect solution.
Woods installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors along the bowing walls. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors work by connecting a heavy duty steal earth plate that’s been embedded in the yard to an anchor rod that’s been driven through the basement wall and then connecting it to a steel wall plate on the wall. It is tightened to hold the wall firmly in place and permanently stabilize it. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors can also straighten bowing walls in most cases.
Max W. is happy that his foundation walls are permanently stable and he no longer has to worry about them collapsing.
Mallory C. of Taylorville, IL was having problems with the concrete in her basement cracking and appearing uneven. This can happen over time as a result of the weight of the concrete and the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up. She contacted Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate about resolving the issue.
Systems Design Specialist Matthew S. evaluated the situation and determined that the concrete was sinking and settling unevenly, which was the cause of the cracking. This can happen over time, due to the weight of the concrete and what the concrete is holding up. Matthew determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Juan H. to insert PolyLevel, which is a foam injection that is installed in a simple 4-steps. It lifts the concrete resulting in a safe and level surface.
Mallory C. no longer has to be concerned of the safety and security of her home now that she has had PolyLevel installed.
Jan B. of Ballwin, MO noticed that the concrete slabs leading to her home were settling unevenly, resulting in a cracked and uneven surface. Unaware of what was causing the problem or the potential issues, she decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Chris G. analyzed the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Juan H. install PolyLevel foam injection. PolyLevel is installed in 4 simple steps that are designed for the concrete to be lifted back to its original position.
Upon the installation of PolyLevel, Jan B. is happy that her concrete is restored to its original position and no longer at risk for tripping.
Thomas W. of Kirkwood, MO noticed that the concrete in his driveway was settling unevenly which caused an uneven surface and cracks. Aware of the issue, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free quote.
Systems Design Specialist Peter N. evaluated the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Juan H. to install PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is installed directly into the concrete, and lifts it back to its original position. He also informed Thomas that concrete settling and cracking can occur naturally over time, partially as the result of the weight of the concrete itself, in addition to an accumulation of the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Thomas no longer has to worry about the danger of his home or anyone entering it.
Mario and Norma A. of Eureka, MO noticed that their driveway was sinking. Concerned by what they saw, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Rita W. went and visited the home and informed them that sinking is natural due to a combination of the weight of the concrete in addition to an accumulation over time for what the driveway is responsible for holding up. She also concluded that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Juan M. to install PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps, with the goal of lifting the concrete back to its original position.
Since PolyLevel has been installed, Mario and Norma are both very pleased that their driveway is no longer sinking.
Julie and Mike M were concerned when they started smelling mold as they turned on their air-conditioner, they knew they needed to do something about it. So they decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Brenton K was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Joshua B installed CleanSpace Drainage Matting in Julie and Mike’s crawlspace. The CleanSpace system is a heavy duty plastic liner that will line the floors and walls of your crawl space, making sure that it stays dry and mold free. He also installed CleanSpace Drainage Matting, which will allow water to drain out if the crawlspace if it does flood. This will make your crawlspace accessible, and keep the air in your home clean.
Donald K knew that he needed to get his foundation looked at when he noticed that his basement walls were beginning to bow. He decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Jacob K was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor in Donald’s basement. The Wall Anchor has two ends, one will be anchored to a level of stable soil away from the house, while the other is attached to the basement walls. The device can be tightened and over time will straighten the walls.
Julie M. of Taylorville, Illinois was shocked when she discovered her home's crawl space was collecting water. She knew that standing water could cause problems such as mold growth and rotting, so she called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Brenton K. assessed the situation and decided that the best solution was to install a CleanSpace encapsulation system. Foreman Josh B. then headed to the home to get the job started. The CleanSpace encapsulation system is a durable liner that is placed on the floor and up the walls of the crawl space. It drains any leaks behind it and acts as a vapor barrier.
Julie M. no longer has to worry about discovering a flooded crawl space. She now has a dry and waterproof crawl space.
Steve S. of St. Louis, MO called Woods Basement Systems for a free quote about repairing the cracked concrete outside of his home.
Cody M., a Systems Design Specialist for Woods Basement Systems, evaluated that the appropriate solution would be to have foreman Andrew T. to install PolyLevel, a product that works to lift the concrete and fill in cracks.
Upon the install, Steve no longer fears the safety of his home.
Bill in Zeigler, IL was looking to protect his basement from leaks and the harmful water damage that can occur as a result. He met with System Design Specialist David F. from Woods Basement Systems, who recommended a long-lasting, custom-fit solution for his waterproofing needs.
Foreman Jeremy R. and his team installed a TripleSafe sump system to remove unwanted water from the home. TripleSafe offers three levels of protection and features the UltraSump battery backup system to power the system even during a power outage or sump failure. With TripleSafe, Bill has the peace of mind he needed and can enjoy a clean, dry basement.
Ralph and Linda of Taylorville, Illinois had a dirty, messy crawl space that need to be repaired, so they called Woods Basement Systems. Upon further inspection, systems design specialist, Brandon B. recommended installing a CleanSpace encapsulation system.
Foreman, James L. installed the system. CleanSpace works to fully seal off a crawl space from dirt, moisture, and critters. It is a vapor barrier made of inorganic materials, so it will not support mold growth.
Now Ralph and Linda A. have a healthy, dry crawl space.
This basement in Edinburg, Illinois was in desperate need of waterproofing. This homeowner decided to finally fix the reoccuring issue and called Woods Basement Systems. On the phone she talked with our systems design specialist who was able to find a final solution for this homeower.
Foreman, Donald A. and his crew installed the products. The TripleSafe sump pump was the first to be installed and this is guaranteed to keep a basement or crawl space dry with its three-in-one design. It has a primary pump, a secondary pump, and a backup battery-powered pump, so you will never have to worry about it not working properly. Next the Sanidry Sedona dehumidifier was installed to help prevent moisture build up in the space, along with out top of the line CleanSpace liner.
Kyle of Taylorville, Illinois noticed in his basement bathroom that water would seep in after heavy rains. He wanted to make sure that he protected his basement by setting up a consultation with Woods Basement Systems to prevent further water damage. He met with system design specialist, Chris T., who recommended installing WaterGuard around the perimeter of his basement bathroom.
Team Woods got straight to work installing the new WaterGuard draining system, lead by foreman, Melvin F. WaterGuard is a french draining system that is installed around the perimeter of the room to collect all of the water that might enter in the basement. This new system will help Kyle and his family prevent further water damage and keep their home safe for years to come!
Chad of Edinburg, Illinois wanted to clean his musty, dirty crawl space but didn't know where to start. Chad reached out to Woods Basement Systems to have a professional view the space. From there he spoke with system design specialist, Nolan M., who recommended installing a CleanSpace encapsulation system in her crawl space.
Foreman, Jesse C., and his crew got straight to work installing the new encapsulation system. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier system that helps completely seal the space, while also preventing further mold growth. Thanks to the crew, now this crawl space is back to a healthy state!
Jean of Pana, Illinois had previously worked with Woods Basement Systems to repair her failing basement wall. After the project was completed, Jean wanted to also installed an Egress window to one of her basement windows. In Illinois, for a home's basement to be considered a floor, an escape route such as an Egress window needs to be present. System design specialist, Brenton K., worked with Jean to design a custom-made plan for her basement needs.
The Egress window was installed by foreman, Miguel O., and his team. This project was completed quickly and efficiently by Team Woods. Thanks to a job well done, Jean can now utilize her basement knowing that she now has a complete basement.
Homeowner Brian of Owaneco, Illinois was having issues with cracking and bowing in two of his concrete-block basement walls. Worried about further damage and potential collapse, he gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
System design specialist Brenton K. visisted the home and determined that the best solution for Brian's basement would be to install around a dozen PowerBrace supports. These galvanized steel beams are placed against the basement walls and tightened to make them level again. They are then left in place to provide additional support. Brian can now rest assured that his basement walls are in good shape!
Carl of Sherman, Illinois was tired of dealing with his old, dirty, and broken sump pump. He was having issues with water leaking into his basement, and because the sump was broken, that water just pooled on his floor. He was eager to have it replaced, so he called the experts at Woods Basement Systems.
Foreman Jose and his team quickly got to work and removed the old sump pump. They then installed a brand new TripleSafe sump system. The TripleSafe comes equipped with three pumps, including a battery backup, and is capable of removing well over 10,000 gallons of water per hour. Carl's basement is now totally dry!
Michael from Pana, Illinois needed help securing his basement after noticing severe cracking in his basement. Michael reached out to Woods Basement Systems to find a solution that would protect and stabilize his home for several years to come. System design specialist, Brian S., worked with Michael to design a plan for his basement needs.
PowerBrace beams were used on the basement walls to stabilize and resecure the troubled walls. These beams are made out of galvanized steel and they are installed into both the flooring and ceiling. Over time these durable beams will give the wall the strength and the stability that it needs. The PowerBrace beams were installed by foreman, Brad P., and his crew of installers. Now thankfully this home is safe and secure!
A Pana, Illinois homeowner noticed that a horizontal crack had formed on the wall in her basement. Concerned about her bowing wall, she called Woods Basement Systems to solve her problem. Miguel Ortiz was sent out to install our GeoLock Wall Anchors to relieve the inward pressure on her foundation and concrete walls.
The Wall Anchor is versatile method to stabilize many problems such as bowing walls, walls tipping in, and walls pushing in at the bottom. With minimal disturbance, the wall anchors were installed by our foreman and his team. Now, the homeowner has a better peace of mind knowing her basement wall is now secure and stable in its position.
Gene D. of Taylorville, IL took care of his problematic dirt crawlspace in the past with our incapsulating system called CleanSpace™. With CleanSpace™ installed, Gene wouldn't have to worry about water seeping in through the dirt floor or walls and damaging the bottom of his home.
The final step in ensuring his crawlspace was dry and clean was adding a Sedona™ dehumidifier. This dehumidifier will pull water vapor from the air, where it could condense on cooler surfaces or damage the wooden joists and safely dispel it into the sump pump system where it can be pumped out of the home. It will also filter the air, cleaning it of any pesky mold spores or dust mites.
Gene's home is protected from water coming from both below ground and the air thanks to CleanSpace™ and the SaniDry™ dehumidifier.
Most crawlspaces are made with dirt floors that do nothing to block water from entering the crawlspace. In situations where water levels rise, like during a rainstorm, water can build up beneath the home in the crawlspace. From there, water can evaporate up into the home, making the home feel damp and uncomfortable. Water pooling up in the crawlspace can also lower the energy efficiency of the home, produce smells that would rise up into the living spaces, create habitats for pests like mosquitos and worst of all, feed mold growth around the home. All of these things can devalue the home and negatively impact the health of the homeowners. That's why all of these are reasons to waterproof a crawlspace.
For this crawlspace in Stonington, IL., the homeowners had Woods Basement Systems install a drainage system. A sump pump was installed in a strategic location where it could naturally gather water as it rises into the crawlspace. The sump pump was supplemented with drainage pipes that would extend throughout the crawlspace to collect water before it reached the surface and drain it into the sump pump. From there, the sump pump would remove the water through the discharge lines and pour it outside, far away from the home, where it wouldn't be able to cause problems for the homeowners.
The drainage system installed in this crawlspace in Stonington, IL. will help prevent water from building up beneath the home and causing a multitude of problems. To see what other systems can be used to protect a crawlspace call Woods Basement Systems to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate and learn more about how to protect your home.
Sump pumps and drainage systems are great at keeping basements dry and protecting basements from flooding. But sometimes a basement feels damp and cave-like because the moisture is in the air. The best sump pump systems in the world can't pull water out of the air.
That's why the Sedona dehumidifier is the perfect addition for basements that still feel damp. The Sedona is so effective that it can drain over 12 gallons of water from the air in just a single day. What's more, it runs on the same amount of power as dehumidifiers that drain less than half as much!
If that wasn't reason enough to choose the Sedona, it can also filter tiny particles out of the air. Things that might affect the health of the home or the residents like mold spores, dust mites or even dust mite droppings. The air will not only be drier, but healthier too.
All the moisture that the Sedona collects gets drained into the TripleSafe™ sump pump system to be pumped out of the home. That means the homeowners won't even have to empty collection buckets to keep the dehumidifier running. And the TripleSafe™ system will be able to handle the extra water with its two powerful main pumps and a third, battery powered pump that can expell water out of the basement in even the heaviest of rainfalls.
The floors of this basement will be kept dry thanks to the TripleSafe™ sump pump system while the air is dried by the Sedona dehumidifier. That's a protected basement.
This home in Taylorville, IL. was experiencing foundation wall troubles thanks to the pressures from expanding soils around the home. As the weather changes, soil will naturally expand and contract. This expansion pushes against the foundation walls and can cause cracking, leaning or bowing. In this home, the foundation walls were beginning to crack and lean inward.
To fix this problem, homeowner Casey V. reached out to Woods Basement Systems to install their foundation support products. Installer Michael R. was able to install wall anchors to support and straighten the walls. Wall anchors work by attaching a metal plate inside the home to an anchor plate buried outside with a steel rod. The connection on this rod is tightened, pulling the inside plate toward the anchor plate. This pulling force counters the pushing force of the expanding soil and permanently supports the weakened walls. In many cases, this system can even be used to straighten the walls back to their original position.
With the wall anchors permanently supporting the foundation walls, Casey V. won't have to worry about inward leaning walls anymore.
Homeowner Alexander Z. of Taylorville, Illinois was aware that his home had foundation problems. He decided to wait and see if the problem got worse before calling someone out to help. After a construction site developed near his home he began to see more and more cracks appearing in and outside of the home. Worried what might happen, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems to solve his problem.
We sent out our foreman Jeremy Raby and his team out to Taylorville to asses the problem. Because his home was very damaged from the foundation problems, they decided to use two of our patented foundation support solutions to lift and stabilize his home. The team installed our PowerBrace and GeoLock systems for extra support in the home. Now, Alexander never has to worry about the foundation of his home again.
In Taylorville, Illinois homeowners Wilburn and Marianna C. had their crawlspace waterproofed by Woods Basement Systems. They had problems for years with a damp useless crawlspace that was sending smells and other unwanted items into their home. Our foreman Clay Lasiter installed several items into the space including CleanSpace and TripleSafe Sump Pump System. The couple also had a foundation problem so our team also installed our GeoLock system on the foundation walls of the crawlspace.
After waterproofing the crawlspace completely and fixing the foundation, the couple wanted a dehumidifier installed in the home that would keep the space completely dry of any moisture left in the space. Our team installed our patented SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier. Removing any moisture left in the crawlspace and keeping it away.
In Saint Louis, Missouri homeowner Daryl D. needed to fix the foundation of his home. Having an older home, the basement was unfinished, with crumbling brick walls. In between the bricks, cracks were growing larger each year. Worried about the well-being of his home, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems.
Woods installed our PowerBrace System, to stabilize and support the home. Often lifting the walls back to original position, and closing cracks as they move. Now, Daryl is happy knowing that his home is now safe for himself and his family for years to come.
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