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Harry and Donna S. wanted their Crestwood, MO basement to have a new look and a way to cover their cold basement concrete. Foreman, Sean W. of Woods Basement Systems installed Sandstone ThermalDry Floor Tiles.
The couple was pleased to learn that ThermalDry will not support mold or mildew, and is also stain resisant which will be helpful in maintaining the clean look of their basement. The tiles will create a thermal break making the temperature of the floor between 8-10 degrees warmer than the surface of their original concrete.
Now their basement floor is not only warmer, but more appealing to look at.
Water can ruin finished basements so when Chris Q. of St. Louis, MO noticed the carpet in his basement was damp, he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing a full perimeter waterproofing system.
As part of the waterproofing system, WaterGuard was installed. WaterGuard is installed under the concrete floors of the basement, as seen in the picture, and collects water from the walls and floors. It drains the water to the sump pump for removal
Chris Q. had an alarming amount of water leaking into his finished basement and soaking his carpet. He was tired of having to deal with damp carpet so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing a waterproofing system.
Part of the waterproofing system installed, shown in the picture, was the TripleSafe. The TripleSafe contains three pumps, including a battery back up pump, and ensures that unwanted water will continue to be pumped out of the basement, even in the even of primary pump failure or a power outage.
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Craig and Patty W. of Saint Louis, Missouri wanted to have their basement waterproofed. For years now, every time it would storm or rain water would get into their basement. They were tired of all of the cleanup and worrying about the basement if they were away or not home. After asking around, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems to see if they had a solution to the couples problem.
We sent our foreman Jose Lorenzana and his team out to the home to install a few of our patented waterproofing products. First, we installed a new sump pump system over the failed system the homeowners had before. Next we installed our patented WaterGuard system, WaterGuard is our interior drainage system that sets on-top of the footing of the home. This allows the system to stay clear while the water is collected and sent out of the home.
Harry and Donna S. of Saint Louis, MO were looking to redo their basement floor. Our system design specialist, Cory S., knew that the ThermalDry Tile Basement Flooring would be perfect for the job. With the Sandstone Color, it is not only warm and inviting, but also water resistant. Our foreman, Thomas B. and his crew installed the flooring, and now Harry and Donna can enjoy their beautiful flooring.
Ryan L. of Saint Louis, MO was concerned about his home’s main beam support. He wanted a permanent solution that would be effective and sturdy. Our system design specialist, Bill C. recommended a PowerBrace System. This system can be tightened and straighten walls over a period of time. Once our foreman and the crew installed this system, Ryan can feel confident that his home is safe and secure.
Sarah L. of Saint Louis, Missouri called Woods Basement Systems to have her basement waterproofed. After a free estimate with one of our System Design Specialists, she knew Woods would be the best company to do the job. Foreman Michael Davies and his team came out to the home to install a system to keep her basement dry year-round. This system included patented products such as WaterGuard and IceGuard. Once installation was complete, Sarah was happy knowing she could finally use her basement with peace of mind.
Kurtis N. from St. Louis, MO was having some problems with water seeping in his basement. when it rains, water would seep around the pier located in the house.
Brad P. and his team installed BrightWall, to prevent water vapor from getting in and instead directing it behind the wall so it can drain out. WaterGuard was also installed, to seal up cracks to prevent water from leaking in. IceGuard was installed as well to prevent lines from clogging when they freeze up in the winter. Lastly, a TrenchDrain system was added to drain out water that enters through doorways or stairways. Kurtis can now enjoy his basement now that it is dry and clean!
Molly and Jay H. of Saint Louis, Missouri wanted to have their crawl space sealed. Recently, they had noticed a smell coming from the space, leading up into their home. It was also very damp and wet in the crawl space causing future problems for their home. After talking with a neighbor that had similar problems, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Woods came out to the home to seal the crawl space, getting rid of the smell and moisture in the space. They installed a UltraSump sump pump, a polyethene membrane with our CleanSpace liner on top to seal the space from the earth, as well as adding IceGuard outside of the home with an extended discharge line.
In Saint Louis, Missouri homeowner Donna C. wanted to seal her crawl space. Her crawl space has a dirt floor that was damp sending unwanted smells into her home. Unsure of what to do, she decided to call Woods Basement Systems to see if they could solve her problem.
Our foreman Michael Davis and his team went out to the Saint Louis home to install several of our patented waterproofing products. They installed our UltraSump sump pump system, as well as our CleanSpace encapsulation system. CleanSpace is installed on the floors and walls of the crawlspace, completely sealing it from the earth. Keeping the moisture outside of the home, making the crawl space a useable space to store items.