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Woods Basement Systems has dealt with structural movement, continued shrinkage and other factors even in new homes—just like this one in Fenton, Missouri. Crack injections are merely a band-aid, and the crack will often get larger and re-leak. We use a method we've developed to permanently fix your wall crack and stop leakage.
For many homes with flooded basements, like this one in Fenton, Missouri, a sump pump is a necessary element of a basement waterproofing system. Woods Basement Systems recommends a Zoeller sump pump. This pump was chosen as the best from among nearly 50 models and is very quiet due to the airtight sump pump cover; the discharge line is equipped with 2 rubber fittings for additional sound and vibration reduction.
Helical anchors have been used by Woods Basement Systems to stabilize foundation and retaining walls like this home in Fenton, Missouri for years because of their effectiveness. Helical anchors are widely accepted and used by engineers, architects, and contractors to stabilize bowing basement walls. In fact, in 1992, wall anchor systems were identified by a Chief Appraiser for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as the most effective means of stabilizing bowing foundation walls.
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Owners Rick and Ana Lee Woods started Woods Basement Systems, Inc. over 30 years ago and while the name changed a few times their dedication to serving homeowners across Illinois and Missouri never has. With the proper know-how, hard work and dedication Rick and Anna Lee grew their small business into a giant but never lost sight of the core values that motivated them all along. They understood better than anyone how important a person’s home is to them, which is why they promised to provide excellent service and forge lasting relationships with each and every one of their customers. If your home is in need of Basement Waterproofing, Foundation Repair, Concrete Lifting and Leveling, Crawl Space Repair, Radon Mitigation, or Basement Finishing allow our talented experts to help you! Don’t wait any longer, get in contact with us today and schedule a FREE estimate!
If you have a musty smell in your basement, walls that feel damp, or a basement that floods when there is heavy rain you are in the right place! Woods Basement Systems, Inc. has over 30 years of basement waterproofing experience when it comes to taking a wet basement and transforming it into the space of your dreams. Our goal is to identify the problem and formulate a custom solution that is right for your home, all for an affordable price. Each one of our certified basement waterproofing technicians will stand behind their work and they only use proven and warrantied products that we will customize to fit your home. Only trust the areas leading basement waterproofing company to ensure the absolute best for your home.
The foundation is arguably the most important aspect of your home. Without the strong base that the foundation provides the rest of your home is very susceptible to further problems down the line. Woods Basement Systems, Inc. is an authorized Foundation Supportworks dealer meaning we have the know-how and experience to tackle and resolve all types of foundation repair issues in the most effective way possible. We can provide your home with products available nowhere else, and all of our foundation repair crew members are fully trained and certified. When you match incredible products with experienced professionals the results of our foundation repair work is ensured to be great! If your foundations is cracked, buckling, or has other signs of damage call us today to schedule a FREE foundation repair quote!
The major flaw of concrete is that the ground that it was poured on top of will inevitably shift and sink over time. In the states of Illinois and Missouri sinking concrete is all too common which is why our company has gone to great lengths to develop fast and effective concrete lifting and leveling solutions. PolyLevel is a revolutionary product that is minimally invasive and not only lifts and levels concrete but also stabilizes it. The concrete lifting and leveling process begins with a few small holes drilled in the slab, then the PolyLevel polymer is poured into the holes. After only about 15 minutes the polymer is dry and the concrete is ready to be walked and even driven on. This concrete lifting and leveling technique is faster, less disruptive and arguably more effective than mud jacking which is the procedure PolyLevel replaces. To removed tripping hazards, stabilize concrete, and lift it back to a level height nothing is faster or more effective than PolyLevel. To schedule a FREE concrete lifting and leveling estimate contact us today!
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At Woods Basement Systems, Inc. we have just as much skill and knowledge when it comes to Crawl Space Repair and general crawl space needs. Regardless of what your problem may be we have the products and expertise to confidently handle any problem that you may be faced with. The crawl space is a relatively unknown part of the home but like any other part, it serves a specific function. Through our knowledge and experience we can help solve existing crawl space issues and in some cases even prevent them before they start.
Another service that we provide is Radon Mitigation. In case you are unaware, Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that has become the second-leading cause of lung cancer. The worst part about Radon is that it cannot be smelled, tasted, touched or heard. The only way to even know if your home may be afflicted by Radon is to allow a certified professional to run a test in your home. If you want to know more information about Radon Mitigation and ensure peace of mind and protection for you and your family give us a call today at 1-888-399-4067.
Why stop at basement waterproofing when we are also the leading experts for Basement Finishing? In our opinions basement finishing is one of the best ways to add useable living/storage space and value to your home. Woods Basement Systems, Inc. is a member of the award-winning Total Basement Finishing dealer network and has the experience and products to provide a beautiful, long-lasting and waterproof design. Add functional space that will protect against water and mold. Don’t wait any longer to transform your home, give us a call today!
Woods Basement Systems, Inc. also has the ability and expertise to install an egress window in your basement that will be customized to your home. Egress windows are necessary by code for any finished room in your basement that has a door. Egress windows serve three major purposes that make them a necessity for any home even if your basement is not finished. Firstly, egress windows are a safety feature that functions as an emergency exit in case of emergency. Secondly, egress windows add curb appeal to the exterior of your home. Lastly, egress windows add value to your home and ensure that your home is up to code if your basement is finished or you want to finish it in the future. If you would like to learn more about egress window installation call or click today!
Gary L. from Fenton, MO decided to call to Woods Basement Systems for a free quote about repairing the concrete outside of his home that was cracking due to uneven settlement.
Thomas W., a Systems Design Specialist for Woods Basement Systems made a visit to the home. He determined that the appropriate solution would be to have foreman Andrew T. install PolyLevel, a foam that is installed in 4 simple steps. It works to life the concrete and fill in cracks.
Since the install, Gary is very happy that no longer has to be concerned about the uneven settlement and cracking.
Robert K was concerned when he noticed that his basement walls were beginning to bow. So, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist David P was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor and a PowerBrace in Robert’s basement. The Wall Anchor has two ends, one will attach to a stable level of soil away from the house and the other will attach to the basement walls. The device can be tightened and will straighten the walls overtime. The PowerBrace is a system of metal beams that will attach to the walls and keep them form bowing any further than they already have. It will also be able to straighten the walls overtime.
Nancy and John L. of Fenton, MO were left with a wet basement as the aftermath of a heavy rainfall. When they realized the future issues this could cause, they made the decision to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist, Tim P., evaluated the situation and came up with an appropriate solution. He decided that foreman Greg H. should waterproof the basement. He started by installing Triple Safe sump pump, WaterGuard and IceGuard, which all for their own part to keep the basement dry.
Since Nancy and John's basement has been waterproofed, they are no longer worried about rain.
Bob M. of Fenton, Missouri noticed that his home's basement was collecting water after heavy rain showers. He did not want to have to worry about cleaning up a mess, so he called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist John S. assessed the situation and decided the best solution was to install a BrightWall paneling system, a Waterguard drainage system, and a TripleSafe sump pump. Foreman Josh B. then traveled to the home to get the job started.
The BrightWall paneling system was attached to the walls of the basement. It is acts as a vapor barrier and drains any leaks behind it into the Waterguard, all while making the basement look brighter and more finished. The Waterguard drainage system was installed above the footing of the basement. It collects and drains any water rising from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement. Finally, the TripleSafe sump pump removes water from the basement through a discharge line. It is equipped with a primary, secondary, and battery powered pump.
Bob M. no longer has to worry about his basement flooding after heavy rain storms. He now has a dry and waterproof basement.
Shirley S. of Fenton, Missouri was shocked when she discovered water was seeping up through her home's basement floor. She did not want to have to clean up a mess after every heavy rain storm, so she called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Christoph H. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a Waterguard drainage system. Foreman Juan H. then traveled to the home to get the job started. The Waterguard drainage system was installed above the footing of the basement. After installation, it was covered with concrete. The Waterguard collects and drains any water rising from the ground before it reaches the basement surface.
Shirley S. no longer has to worry about her home's basement collecting water. She now has a dry and waterproof basement.
Wayne and Suzanne T. of Fenton, MO noticed that the concrete steps outside of their home were beginning to crack as the result of uneven concrete settlement. Concrete settlement can occur as the result of the weight of the concrete over time in addition to the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up. Aware of future damage this could cause for their home in addition to the danger of falling, Wayne and Suzanne decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Cory A. visited the home and decided that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Andrew T. to install PolyLevel, which is a foam injection that is put into the concrete and works to lift the concrete and fills in cracks.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Wayne and Suzanne feel like the quality of their home has been restored.
Ray D. from Fenton, MO was having problems with water entering his basement upon a heavy rainfall. Aware of the many potential problems this could cause his home over time, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems to receive a free quote in regards to fixing his wet basement.
Systems Design Specialist Cory S. evaluated the situation and determined that the proper solution would be for foreman Dillon L. install WaterGuard. WaterGuard works to push water away from the home in addition to not allowing water to reach the surface.
Ray no longer has to worry when heavy rainfall occurs, because he knows his basement will stay dry with WaterGuard.
Ray B. from Fenton, MO was having problems with water coming into his basement upon heavy rainfalls. Frustrated and aware of the potential and more serious issues, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate on fixing the issue.
Systems Design Specialist Jake S. evaluated the situation and determined that appropriate solution would be to have foreman Ryan L. waterproof the basement. He started by installing WaterGuard, IceGuard and Triple Safe sump pump. All three of these products work with one another to stop the water from entering the basement. WaterGuard works to collect the water and stop it from reaching the surface, and pushes it through Triple Safe sump pump, while IceGuard stops water from backing up in the winter months when freezing is a concern.
Since the waterproofing of his basement, Ray can now rest easy when he sees rain in the forecast.
Jeff T. of Fenton, MO noticed that the concrete slabs in the driveway and sidewalk leading to his home were sinking and settling unevenly, causing cracks. Concrete settling happens naturally due to an accumulation of the weight of the concrete over time in addition to an accumulation of the weight of what the concrete is holding up, and does not always settle evenly. Aware of potential issues for the home in addition to dangers such as tripping, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Jacob K. 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 in 4 simple steps and works to lift the concrete back to its original position and fill in cracks.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Jeff is no longer concerned about the potential issues that the uneven settlement was causing for the home or for himself such as tripping.
Sherry W. of Fenton, MO was concerned about the uneven concrete in the driveway of her home so she gave Woods Basement Systems a call. Our system design specialist, Chris A. did a home inspection and created a design that would resolve the problem.
Foreman, Kapone C. headed over to do a PolyLEVEL system installation. This system requires less damage than other repair options. Instead of using a mud and concrete mixture, the PolyLEVEL system uses high-density foam injection. It has a quick cure time of 15 minutes and even becomes waterproof once it is cured.
Sherry W. is happy knowing she has a safe and smooth driveway.
Sherry W. of Fenton, MO noticed that the concrete slabs in the driveway of their home were sinking unevenly which lead to cracks. Over time, shifting and settling can occur naturally as the result of the weight of the concrete itself in addition to the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up, causing the slabs to sink. Aware of potential issues, such as tripping and the appearance of their home, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Chris A. evaluated the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Andrew T. to install PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps, and works to lift the concrete back to its original position and fill in cracks.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Sherry is no longer concerned about the issues that the unlevel concrete was causing for herself or her home.
Michael G was concerned when he discovered that there were cracks in his basement floors and that his walls were bending. He decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Paul W was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jose L installed a PowerBrace Assembly and a Push Pier in Michael’s basement. The PowerBrace will attach to the walls and keep them from bending any further and will be able to straighten them out over time. The Push Pier will go underneath the floor and push the portion that is cracked back to its original position.
Sherry W. of Fenton, MO noticed that the concrete slabs in the driveway leading to her home were sinking and settling unevenly. Concrete settling happens naturally due to an accumulation of the weight of the concrete over time in addition to an accumulation of the weight of what the concrete is holding up, and does not always settle evenly. Aware of potential issues for the home in addition to danger such as tripping, she decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Chris A. evaluated the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Kapone C. to install PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps and works to lift the concrete back to its original position and fill in cracks.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Sherry is no longer concerned about the potential issues that the uneven settlement was causing for the home or for herself such as tripping.
Judy H. of Fenton, MO noticed that the concrete slabs outside of her home were sinking and settling unevenly. This can naturally occur as the result of the weight of the concrete in addition to an accumulation of the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up. She decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate about fixing the issue after the realization of dangers such as tripping.
Upon the inspection of Systems Design Specialist Joshua L., it was determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Andrew T. to install PolyLevel foam injection. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps and works to lift and settle the concrete back to its original position.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Judy is very satisfied that the appearance and safety of her home has been restored.
Phil L. of Fenton, Missouri noticed that a wall in his home's basement was bowing. He did not want this problem to get worse or cause any potential safety hazards, so he called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist David P. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a few wall anchors. Foreman Jeremy R. then traveled to the home to get the job started. Wall anchors are made of steel and extend from the inside basement walls to the hard packed soil outside. The wall anchors stabilize and prevent further movement.
Phil L. no longer has to worry about further movement of the walls or any safety hazards. He now has a stable and safe basement wall.
Teresa M. of Fenton, MO noticed that the concrete outside of her home was a victim of uneven settlement. This can occur naturally over time as the result of an accumulation of the weight of the concrete in addition to an accumulation of the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up. She decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Jeremy R. evaluated the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Andrew T. to install PolyLevel foam injections. PolyLevel is installed in 4 simple steps and is designed to lift the concrete back to its original position.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Teresa can rest assured that the concrete outside of her home is no longer suffering from uneven concrete settlement.
Greg W. of Fenton, MO noticed that the concrete outside of his home was settling unevenly, not only resulting in an uneven surface but also cracking. Aware of potential issues not only for his home, but also for himself and others such as tripping, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Jeremy R. evaluated the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Andrew T. to install PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps directly into the concrete and works to lift the concrete back to its original position. He also informed the homeowner that concrete sinking and settling can occur naturally over time as the result of the weight of the concrete itself in addition to the weight that the concrete is holding up.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Greg no longer worries about potential dangers for his home or for people entering it.
It is not a good sign if your basement walls begin to lean. That’s why Phil and Carrie L called Woods Basement Systems when they noticed that it was happening to their walls. System Design Specialist David P came up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R used a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor system to straighten the walls Phil and Carrie’s home. The Wall Anchor will attach to stable soil away from your home, it will then attach to your wall and keep it from moving any further than it already has.
An uneven patio can be a real hassle when you’re trying to have guests over. The last problem a homeowner needs is an accident! That’s why Marla of Fenton, MO called Woods Basements Systems. Design Specialist Nolan M. was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman William T. used PolyLevel to fix the uneven concrete. PolyLevel works by being injected under the concrete and bringing it up to the height of the rest of the surface, leaving behind only a dime sized hole.
Marla can now enjoy her even-leveled patio!
Stair step and vertical cracks in foundation walls like the ones Delores T. noticed in her Fenton, MO home are signs of foundation settlement. Soil conditions on the exterior of the foundation is the major cause of settlement. Soil can shrink and create voids when dry, move when wet or compress if it wasn’t compacted properly when the home was built, all of which cause the foundation to settle. If the foundation doesn’t settle uniformly, it can lead to the separations and cracks, which is why Delores called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing Push Piers.
Woods' Specialist Adam R. designed the perfect system for Dolores's home. Lead Foreman Jose L. installed the Push Piers inside the basement of the home. Push Piers are made of high-strength steel sections that are hydraulically driven through steel brackets down into competent, load-bearing soil or bedrock. They transfer the weight of the home from the unstable soil conditions responsible for the settlement to the competent soil or bedrock. In many cases, Push Piers can also lift the home back to level position. After the Push Piers are in place and the home has been lifted, the Push Piers are attached to the concrete footing and locked into place to permanently stabilize the foundation. When Push Piers are installed inside the home, they are cemented over to flush position with the rest of the basement floor.
Delores now has peace of mind that his foundation and home are safe and permanently stable.
Sean H. of Fenton, MO contacted Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate on his sinking concrete.
Design specialist Phillip H. evaluated the area and determined the best solution as polylevel.
Foreman Juan H. and crew lifted and leveled the area using polylevel to create and even and stable surface.
Robin E. of Fenton, MO had cracks in her foundation. Water leaked in through the cracks during rainy weather and the leaks were getting worse with every year that went by. She was worried that the items she had stored in her basement would be damaged if she left it any longer so she called Woods Basements Systems. After Design Specialist Paul W. inspected the basement, he found the best solution for the water problem would be a waterproofing system.
Woods installed the WaterGuard interior drainage system under the cement floors along the perimeter the of basement. WaterGuard is situated on top of the concrete footing of the home, unlike other drainage systems, out of the way of any mud or debris that might clog it as it collects water from the foundation walls and floors and drains it to the sump pump.
The TripleSafe was installed to take the water from the WaterGuard and expel it safely out and away from the basement through its discharge lines. The TripleSafe contains two powerful cast-iron pumps and a battery back up pump within its airtight sealed sump liner. It can handle anything from light drizzles to severe thunderstorms and keep the basement dry during power outages.
On the exterior of the home, Woods installed IceGuards on the discharge lines. IceGuards have slotted openings to allow water to escape into the yard if the lines become frozen or clogged with snow, preventing it from getting back into the basement.
Robin E. is relieved she won’t have to deal with a wet basement anymore and her stored belongings are safe from water damage.
Water can wreak havoc on finished basements which Haley M. of Fenton, MO learned the hard way. Each time there was a downpour, there were leaks in her beautiful finished basement without fail. The water was damaging her finished walls and floors and even though she had a sump pump, it was failing to keep up with the amount of water getting into her basement so she called Woods Basement Systems. Design Specialist Kevin E. inspected the basement and recommended replacing the sump pump and installing a full waterproofing system.
Woods installed WaterGuard under the concrete floors on the perimeter of the basement. WaterGuard is a drainage system that sits on top of the concrete footing of the home, out of the way of any mud that might clog it as it collects water from the foundation walls and floors of the basement and drains it to the sump pump.
Woods replaced the old sump pump with the Twin Pack. The Twin Pack contains two powerful, cast-iron pumps that remove water from the basement through their discharge lines to ensure the basement stays dry even in severe weather.
On the exterior of the home, IceGuards were installed on the discharge lines. IceGuards have slotted openings designed to let water escape into the yard, rather than backing up into the basement, if the lines become frozen or clogged.
Haley M. is thrilled she can enjoy her finished basement again without worries of water damage because it will remain dry.
Rachel and Tim W. of Fenton, MO had an alarming amount of water leaking into their basement each time it rained. They had a sump pump that was no longer functioning so they called Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate. Design Specialist John S. inspected the basement and recommended installing a basement waterproofing system.
Woods installed WaterGuard along the perimeter of the basement. WaterGuard is a drainage system that is situated away from any mud that might clog it as it drains away water collected from the foundation walls and floors of the basement.
The TripleSafe was installed to replace the old, nonfunctioning sump pump. It contains three powerful pumps, including a battery back up pump, to ensure that even in severe weather conditions or power outages, water will continue to be removed from the basement through the discharge lines. On the exterior of the home, IceGuards were installed on the discharge lines. If the discharge lines become frozen, the IceGuard has slotted opening for water to escape so it doesn’t come back into the basement.
Rachel and Tim W. are relieved that they had a waterproofing system that works and they no longer have to worry about their basement during bad weather.
Gerald and Kim P. of Fenton, MO had water leaking into their basement. With no proper drainage system, the water would stand there for day, creating a breeding ground for mold. Woods Basement Systems was able to provide Gerald and Kim with an effective drainage system to quickly evacuate water and reduce the possibility of mold.
Woods installed WaterGuard to help drain water out of the basement. WaterGuard is installed against the wall in the concrete of the floor. The water will flow into the WaterGuard, allowing the piping to lead the water out of the basement.
CleanSpace was installed on the basement walls to provide protection to the home. CleanSpace sealed off the basement to keep water out but also guided the water that got in to the WaterGuard.
Woods also installed a discharge line that was attached to a Twin Pack sump pump. This sump pump would pump the water in the basement through the discharge line. The discharge line leads the water into the yard where it is drained. The line can become frozen or clogged in some situations. In order to prevent the water from backing up into the basement, Woods installed IceGuard. IceGuard provides an escape route for the water so that it does not back up into the basement.
Bill and Lori C. in Fenton, MO had water leaking into their basement. The water was not draining properly and was threatening the home with mold. Woods Basement Systems had the perfect products to give Bill and Lori an effective solution.
Woods installed WaterGuard to help drain water out of the basement. WaterGuard is installed against the wall in the concrete of the floor. The water will flow into the WaterGuard, allowing the piping to lead the water out of the basement.
A 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 to the yard. If this line becomes frozen or backed up, IceGuard will prevent the water from receding back into the basement.
Fenton, Missouri homeowner Gary L. was troubled by his cracked, uneven pool deck. The concrete settled and caused a safety concern. System design specialist Thomas W. designed a solution to restore the pool deck.
Foreman Andrew T. installed PolyLEVEL. PolyLEVEL is a foam that lifts and aligns the concrete to its original position. PolyLEVEL will not settle, so it is a long lasting solution. Gary is pleased to have a safe, beautiful pool deck.
Robert K. from Fenton, Missouri was worried about his basement whose walls were cracking and bowing. Since the bowing walls concerned him, he called our professional team and got an appointment.
After the appointment, our system specialist Jeremy R. decided to install Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. These anchors hold the bowing walls in basement. Moreover, based on our experience-based suggestion, WaterGuard was installed in order to keep basement drier. It is a drainage system running along the perimeter of the basement and enabling the water to go right into WaterGuard instead of all basement floor.
Now, Robert is living in his home whose basement is cleaner and more comfortable by the help of Woods Basement Systems.
Fenton, Missouri residents Jay and Christina M. were concerned about water leaking into their basement where the floor meets the wall. The water seepage caused a musty odor and potential for mold.
System design specialist Brandon B. designed a solution to keep their basement dry and their valuables safe. Juan H., foreman, installed WaterGuard. WaterGuard, a perimeter drainage system, guides water to the TwinPack sump pump system. TwinPack is equipped with two pumps to ensure the water stays out. IceGuard was installed to provide an exit for water in the even that the discharge lines would become frozen.
Jay and Christina are pleased to have a dry basement.
In Fenton, MO, Calvin and Ginny L. had holes in their basement that were allowing moisture and air from outside to get into their home. Calvin and Ginny wanted to seal the basement to ensure would be safe from outside moisture and air. Woods Basement Systems knew just how to fix this problem.
Woods installed a spray foam that would seal the basement. The foam was installed in to trouble areas to fill the holes and keep out unwanted moisture and air. The homeowners will no longer have to worry about moisture and air threatening their home.
With a flooded basement, Craig S. of Fenton, MO was worried about the safety of his home and belongings. Craig called Woods Basement Systems to help him find a solution to his dilemma.
Woods installed WaterGuard to help drain unwanted water out of the basement. WaterGuard is installed in the cement of the flooring against the walls. This provides water to enter the piping and be drained to prevent damages to the home and personal belongings.
Woods also installed a Twin Pack sump pump to evacuate unwanted water. The sump pump will pump the water out through a discharge line that leads the water to the yard. This line can become clogged or frozen at times, in order to prevent the water from receding back into the crawlspace, Woods installed IceGuard. IceGuard is installed on the discharge line next to the house and allows water to escape through it when it is necessary.
Fenton, Missouri resident MaryJane A. was troubled by her bowing and cracking basement walls. The foundation walls began to bow from the high water pressure in the soil surrounding her home.
System design specialist Adam R. designed a solution to stabilize the walls and support her foundation. Foreman Todd W. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors is made of galvanized steel and driven into the undisturbed soil. Because Geo-Lock Wall Anchors are a permanent solutuion, MaryJane will not have to worry about her foundation
Bob R., Fenton, Missouri homeowner, was troubled with water leaking into his basement and causing mold. The mold had made his concrete walls unappealing. System design specialist Brendon K. designed a solution to keep Bob's basement both dry and beautiful.
Jaylon O., Woods Basement Systems foreman, installed WaterGuard and TripleSafe to waterproof the basement. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system that guides water to the TripleSafe sump pump system. TripleSafe is equipped with three pumps, so Bob will never have to worry about a wet basement.
To make the basement beautiful agian, Jaylon and his crew installed BrightWall. BrightWall is inorganic, so it does not support mold growth. It transforms ugly concrete walls to bright and beautiful.
Cindy and Dan K. of Fenton, Missouri were troubled to find high levels of radon in their home. Radon is a naturally occuring gas found in the soil and his the second leading cause to lung cancer.
System design specialist Phillip H. design a solution to mitigate the radon in their home. The radon mitigation system was installed to reduce the radon in their home to a safe level.
Cindy and Dan. can now feel safe and comfortable knowing their home has been ridden of this carcinogen.
Bud and Donna D., Fenton, Missouri homeowners, were disturbed to discover high levels of radon in their basement. Radon is a naturally occuring gas found in the soil.
Due to the stack effect, radon was not only in their basement, but in the upper levels of their home as well. Because radon is second only to smoking as the leading cause of lung cancer, it was important to find a solution.
Foreman Gregory J. installed a radon mitigation system in their home and now Bud and Donna can breathe a breath of fresh air knowing their home is a healthy environment to live.
When Sharon J of Fenton, MO noticed cracks in her basement wall she knew that something was wrong. The cracks were all over her walls and gave unwanted water a place to enter the basement through. That is when she contacted Woods Basement Systems. Our Woods crew inspected the house and saw that one of the walls was starting to bow inward, causing stress on the foundation.
Woods' team members installed our Geo-Lock Wall Anchors that attach to the basement wall to undisturbed soil to straighten the wall and prevent any future bowing or cracking. A WaterGuard and Twin Pack sump pump combination was also added to keep the basement dry. The WaterGuard installed around the perimeter catches any water that tries to enter and guides it to the Twin Pack sump pump.
Fenton, Missouri resident Rick F.'s basement was threatened by water leaking in where the floor meets the wall. Water leaked into his bedrooms putting his belongings at risk for damage.
Adam R., Woods Basement Systems' system design specialist, designed a solution to keep Rick's living space dry. The WaterGuard drainage system was installed in addition to the TripleSafe sump pump system by Michael P. and his crew.
The WaterGuard guides water to the TripleSafe and out of the basement, so Kurt can enjoy his basement without the hassle of water seepage.
Rick F. in Fenton, Missouri was having issues with water leaking into his basement in several places. His partially finished basement and the valuables he stored there were at risk to water damage and mold. Our system design specialist, Adam R. designed a specialized solution to keep Rick's basement permanently dry.
Woods' foreman, Michael P. installed the WaterGuard system which will direct any water that could leak into the basement to a Twin Pack sump pump that was also installed.
After those two systems were put in place Michael and his installation team also dug out an existing window well, that was constantly filled with rain water, and installed a SunHouse window well enclosure. This enclosure will prevent any future water from entering through that basement window.
To further ensure Rick's basement stays dry IceGuard was installed outside the home. IceGaurd automatically ejects water away from the home in the event that a pipe should freeze in the cold winter months.
This week, Orville and Susy had Woods Basement Systems come out to have their patio PolyLEVELed. They gave Woods a call to talk about their once flat patio and how now it had risen and also sunk in certain spots. They needed to know what could be done to have it releveled to the original height of other concrete slabs around them. Woods sent out a specialist to inspect the problem and give them more information about what was happening and the best possible solutions for patio. Orville and Susy purchased PolyLEVEL, which is the best solution to any concrete slab raising today.
PolyLEVEL is a very straight forward and simple task when you know what you’re doing and have the right company to do it for you. To begin, a penny sized hole about 5/8th of an inch is drilled in to the concrete slabs that need to be lifted. Then polyurethane foam is shot down under the slabs filling in all the holes and dips allowing the entire slab to rise as one piece. Polyurethane is an amazing material as it eco-friendly and very light, yet industrially strong. Now that everything is level, the holes are patched up and it is all done. Orville and Susy came out to see their finished patio and are astonished with what is looks like. They can get back to enjoying their summer out on the patio with friends and family. If you know someone or are looking to have a PolyLEVEL inspection done, give us a call here at woods Basement Systems located in Collinsville, IL.
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