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Wooden single-pane basement windows function less efficiently than vinyl double-pane windows. Before beginning a basement remodeling project, make sure to check the basement windows. Newer windows operate better and are much more energy efficient... plus they look nicer too! We improved the look and energy performance of this Highland, Illinois home with brand new basement windows!
This Highland, Illinois home suffered damage from foundation cracks. Woods Basement Systems stabilized the foundation walls with a wall anchor system.
Concrete will crack and basement foundation wall cracks are common. However, if the patched crack reopens or if a wall crack starts leaking, then you have other issues of concern. Is the wall crack due to lateral pressure on the foundation wall (which can cause a bowing wall) or is it from settling stress? In an unfinished area of a basement, another option is BrightWall®. BrightWall® gives the appearance of a finished look, controls a wall crack leak when tied into a basement waterproofing system, and allows for slight movement of the foundation wall. If radon gas is present, a radon mitigation system would be necessary and sealing wall cracks are part of that process.
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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, 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 a trusted 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. 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.
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 usable 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!
In Highland, Illinois homeowner John S. was concerned about the basement in his home. His basement was unfinished, but the crack formed between the floor and wall had began leaking and letting water into his home. Although his basement was unfinished, he was still concerned about what this would mean for the well-being of his home as well as the items he had stored in his basement. After asking around to friends and family, he decided to give Woods Basement Systems a call.
Here at Woods, we are the experts in All Things Basementy! We sent our foreman Juan Hernandez and his team out to the home to install our patented waterproofing system. This system includes several of our patented items customized to fit the needs of your home specifically. After the products were installed, John was happy with his basement again! Thanks to Woods Basement Systems, he would never have to worry about a wet basement again!
Jason and Stacy E. of Highland, IL were concerned with water entering from their basement’s back wall from heavy rains. Our system design specialist, Simba T., recommended a WaterGuard, TripleSafe, and IceGuard. Together, these systems work together to redirect unwanted water to keep floors and walls dry. Once foreman, Melvin F., and his crew installed these systems, Stacy and Jason can have a peace of mind that their basement will stay safe and dry.
Jessica Y is worried about the foundation wall in her basement. There are cracks appearing, and they have been sealed, but they continue to leak water. Another crack is continuing to grow, and she would like a way to stop them from appearing.
Donovan W and his crew installed the PowerBrace and GeoLock systems to permanently stabilize the foundation wall. These will repair the cracks, stopping the water from leaking through them. They will also return the wall to its original position. Jessica can now relax knowing that the foundation is stabilized and will not fail!
Donna C. of Highland, IL contacted Woods Basement Systems to learn how to prevent water from entering her home. Joshua from Woods installed a WaterGuard System to help protect the basement. The large drain holes and the fact WaterGuard is installed away from the "mud zone" will help prevent clogging. Donna is now happy that her WaterGuard System has a life of the structure, transferable warranty, and that her basement is now protected from future water leaks.
This Highland, IL resident was tired of dealing with water in his basement every time it rained. Water would seep in through the leaky window, and there wasn’t a proper waterproofing system to carry the water to the sump pump. There were also large cracks in the foundation walls because they had begun to bow slightly. Water would come in through the cracks in the walls, and the basement always seemed to be wet.
Woods Basement Systems fixed his wet basement problems by installing Wall Anchors, WaterGuard, and a TripleSafe sump pump. All of these products worked together to keep the homeowner’s basement dry all the time.
Jim, a homeowner in Highland, Illinois, wanted to take protective measures by waterproofing his basement. This led to Jim giving Woods Basement Systems a call to find a protective solution. Bill C., a system design specialist, went out to the house to see what products would give an optimal solution. Upon inspection, Bill recommended installing a WaterGuard drainage system with a TripleSafe sump pump. These two products were installed by foreman, Brett J., and his crew of installers. Thanks to Team Woods, this basement is now safe and waterproofed!
Highland, Illinois homeowner Autumn noticed water stains in her basement. She gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Jeremy developed a plan for her.
Foreman Jeremy R. and his crew installed the PowerBraces to close the gaps in the walls that were letting water in. They also installed WaterGuard to collect any water that still got in before it got to the basement floor.
Autumn and her family can now enjoy their basement without fear of the water.
Water can wreak havoc on finished basements, soaking carpet, ruining drywall, and destroying valuables. Because of this, it is extremely important to waterproof a basement before finishing it. This Highland, Illinois homeowner, unfortunately, chose not to do this, and she ended up paying the price. Water leaking from behind her basement closet ruined her carpet and several valuables that were kept in the area. She called a Woods Basement Systems team, who then had to cut away the closet wall to gain access to the foundation wall behind. They then installed WaterGuard drains under the floor at the base of the foundation wall and a TripleSafe sump pump in the space. All of this could have been avoided if she had called Woods before finishing her basement!
Homeowner Paula W. of Highland, Illinois was having a foundation problem in her home. In her basement, cracks were forming on the walls, growing larger each year. She decided to call Woods Basement Systems to see if they could solve her problem. Our foreman Greg Harvie and his team had the perfect solution for her home, PowerBrace. PowerBrace is a patented foundation wall repair system that's designed to stabilize failing basement walls and provide the potential to straighten walls over time. Once the system was installed in the basement, the home was no longer unstable.
Homeowners David and May M. of Highland, IL were having issues in their basement. The Woods Basement Systems team installed the GeoLock Wall Anchor System. This solved the foundation issues in their home, helping close cracks and stabilize the home. Our team also install our CleanSpace liner. CleanSpace is a thick, durable liner like a pool liner to cover the walls of the basement.
If you're having a problem with your crawl space, you've come to the right place. Whatever your issue, we have the products and experience that you need to find the best solution.Crawl space repair will help you avoid unnecessary repairs, create a healthier living space, and save money on your utility bills. And once you've encapsulated your crawl space with a vapor barrier, you've gained valuable storage space in your home.
A crawl space that’s damp and dirty is more than just an eyesore. It causes health, safety, comfort and home resale problems. This happens because a damp, dirty crawl space creates a favorable environment for mold, mildew, wood rot, insects and animal pests. Who wants these difficulties right below a home’s living space? The good news is that a nasty crawl space can be transformed into a clean, dry, attractive and energy efficient space using the CleanSpace encapsulation system.
In Highland, Illinois homeowner Greg V. was having problems with the foundation of his home. His home had a porch that had been added onto the home about ten years ago. Unfortunately, it was not stable enough on its own and he was starting to notice cracks and signs of problems. Unsure of what to do, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems to see if they had a solution for his problems.
Here at Woods, we have the perfect solution to any waterproofing, foundation, or basement problem! Our foreman Brett Jones and his team came out to the home to install our SmartJack system. SmartJacks are steel support systems used to permanently stabilize and level girders and floor joists in a crawlspace, or in this case under a porch! Now, Greg is happy knowing that his home is supported once again!
Homeowner Brenda B. of Highland, Illinois was having major foundation settlement problems. It began by finding small hairline cracks around the corners of her home, ceilings and corners of doors and windows. Next, she began seeing cracks on the walls of her basement, garage, and foundation outside of her home. After a recommendation from a friend, she decided to call Woods Basement Systems, and get her free estimate.
After deciding to go through with the installment, we sent our foreman Jose Lorenzana and his team out to the home to install our patented PushPiers and GeoLock Wall Anchors. The PushPiers are designed to permanently stabilize your home. In many cases, this solution can also lift your home back towards level, closing cracks and improving the operation of doors and windows. The GeoLock Wall Anchors are installed on the foundation walls providing greater stability and are designed to straighten your failed wall over time. Now Brenda is ensured that her home is safe and stable for years to come.
Cory from Highland, Illinois wanted to reinforce his cracked and moving basement walls. Over time the cracks and movement had worsened and he knew he needed to take action quickly. Cory worked with system design specialist, Jeremy R., who designed a customized plan to stabile Cory's basement walls.
Geo-Lock wall anchors were selected to reinforce the troubled walls. Geo-Lock wall anchors are unique because they are installed outside and are anchored into the basement walls. This creates resistance that will slowly move the wall into a secure and stable position. These anchors were installed by foreman Brad P. and his crew. With the support of Geo-Locks, this basement will be safe for years to come.
Evelyn of Highland, Illinois was having issues with water in her basement. It would constantly stream down from the walls and pool on the floor during periods of heavy rain. All of this moisture made it difficult to make effective use of the space, and she was eager to have to the problem dealt with.
In order to waterproof the space, a Woods Basement Systems team led by foreman Juan installed a WaterGuard drainage system. These gutter-like drains are put in place underneath the flooring at the base of the leaking walls to catch any and all water. Evelyn couldn't be happier with the results!
Elaine and Rick of Highland, Illinois had issues with water coming into their finished basement. It was leaking from their closet, damaging the drywall and soaking their carpets beyond repair. Wanting to address this as quickly as possible, the couple called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Bill visited the home and determined that the leaks were coming from behind the back closet wall. In order to deal with the leaks, a Woods team had to cut away the closet wall to gain access to the empty space behind. After this, they installed WaterGuard drains underneath the floor at the base of the foundation wall to stop leaks from going anywhere. They then put a TwinPack sump pump in the space to pump away any and all water before it could make it into the finished basement. These leaks caused all sorts of damage and led to additional costly repairs, which is why it is so imperative to waterproof a basement BEFORE finishing it.
Greg of Highland, Illinois noticed that portions of his floor were slightly sagging above his crawlspace. Wanting to avoid further damage and a potential collapse, he gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
System design specialist Bill visited the home and worked with Greg to come up with a solution that fit all of his needs. It was determined that in this case, the best fix would be to install a handful of Smart Jack supports. These jacks, capable of supporting over 60,000 pounds each, were placed in the crawl space directly underneath the floor joists to level and support the floors. Greg can rest easy now that his floors are safe!
Homeowner Kevin L. was looking to replace his old, leaky basement windows with code-compliant egress windows, so he reached out to Woods Basement Systems for assistance. Kevin met with System Design Specialist Blake L., who gave him a free estimate on the ideal replacement option.
Foreman Vern H. and his team installed EverLast windows to replace the old ones. EverLast windows form a watertight seal for a dry basement all year round, and they are constructed with high-quality vinyl, making them immune to rust. Kevin has the peace of mind he deserves knowing his new EverLast will keep his home as safe and dry as possible!
Courtney of Highland, Illinois needed her basement to be waterproofed for preventative work, so she called Woods Basement Systems. Upon further inspection, systems design specialist, Luke B. recommended installing a Twin Pack sump pump, a WaterGuard system, and IceGuard.
Foreman, Donald A. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump includes two stainless steel pumps for extra protection and they are placed at different heights in order to combat against flooding and leaks. WaterGuard is installed in the perimeter of the basement floor. It works to collect water that seeps into basement walls and guides it to the sump pump to be removed from the home. IceGuard is put on the outside of the home and it allows for water to expel from the guards in case pipes clog or freeze during the colder months. This prevents water from backing up or leaking into the basement.
Now Courtney L. has a watertight basement.
Carroll of Highland, Illinois needed her crawl space to be waterproofed and needed a new sump pump, so she called Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Jacob K. recommended installing CleanSpace and a SmartSump pump.
Foreman, Juan H. installed the products. The SmartSump pump is specifically designed for crawl spaces and protects against flooding and leaks. CleanSpace is a vapor barrier that works to fully seal off a crawl space from dirt, moisture, and critters. It is made of inorganic materials ,so it is not susceptible to mold growth.
Now Carroll L. has a healthy, dry crawl space.
Judy and Jerry of Highland, Illinois had a sinking porch and it was starting to disconnect from the rest of the home, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, David D., found a solution and recommended installing PolyLevel.
Foreman, Andrew T., installed the product. Polylevel is a high density, polyurethane formula that works to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete. How it works is first, dime-sized holes are drilled into the concrete. Then the polymer is injected into the holes. Lastly, the holes are covered with cement and within 15 minutes of installation, the concrete can be used again.
Now Judy and Jerry B. can safely use their porch without any worries.
Jennifer from Highland, Illinois had flooding issues in her basement after heavy rains. So to prevent any further flooding she called Woods Basement Systems to see what could be done. Systems design specialist, Luke K., recommended installing a waterproofing system including a TripleSafe pump, WaterGuard, and an IceGuard.
Foreman, Jose L., installed the products. The TripleSafe sump pump is guaranteed to keep your basement dry with its primary pump, secondary pump, and a battery back-up pump. The WaterGuard collects water as it seeps through the basement walls, guides it to the sump pump, and out of the home. The IceGuard is placed on the outside of the home and is there to allow water to escape the sump pump discharge line in case the pipes freeze or clog, instead of going down into the basement.
Now, Jennifer T. no longer has to worry about a wet basement anymore.
Kathy L. from Highland, IL noticed cracks and uneven slabs in her concrete driveway. She called Woods Basement Systems and met with System Design Specialist Pete L., who helped devise the ideal solution for her problem.
Foreman Matthew R. and his team installed PolyLevel, an advanced polymer solution designed to provide instant, lasting support without invasive excavation. Now Kathy can rest easy knowing her driveway will remain level and supported for years to come.
Irene A. of Highland, IL was noticed a having problems with a crack in her basement. This occurred as the result of a foundation problem. The the four types of cracks that are normally a giveaway of a foundation issue are: hairline cracks, stair step cracks, vertical cracks and horizontal cracks. Scared for the future of her home, she decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate to fix the problem.
Systems Design Specialist Jeremy R. evaluated the situation and determined that having foreman Andrew T. install push piers would be the proper solution. Push piers help lift the load and the weight of the structure, and the weight is then relieved from the unstable soil and to stable ground.
In addition to the foundation repairs, it was decided Irene was home was also facing the issue of unevenly settled concrete. For this, it was recommended to install PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps that helps lift the concrete and fill in cracks.
Irene no longer has to worry about cracking foundation or uneven concrete in her home after the call to Woods Basement Systems.
Eric W. of Highland, IL noticed that the concrete slabs outside in the driveway of his home were sinking. This can occur as the result uneven concrete settlement which is the result of an accumulation of the weight of the concrete itself in addition to the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up. Unaware of what to do, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Philip H. 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 into the concrete in 4 simple steps and is designed to lift the concrete back to its original position.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Eric no longer has to be concerned about uneven concrete for his home or dangers such as tripping.
Cheryl G. of Highland, Illinois noticed that a wall in her home was bowing. She did not want the problem to cause extra damage, so she called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Cory S. assessed the situation and decided that the best option would be to install some wall anchors. Foreman Jeremy R. headed to the home to get the job started. Wall anchors extend from the inside basement wall to the hard packed soil outside. They stabilize the wall and prevent further movement.
Cheryl G. no longer has to worry about her home's walls bowing or cracking. She now has stable and safe walls.
James M. of Highland, Illinois noticed his home's concrete front porch was sinking. This caused the porch to become uneven. James called Woods Basement Systems in hopes that we could solve his problem.
Design specialist Matthew S. discussed the problems with the homeowner and came up with the perfect solution. Soon after speaking, James M. scheduled an appointment. Foreman Juan H. then traveled to the home. Juan used PolyLevel to lift the porch back to its original position. The PolyLevel foam was inserted through small holes and was pumped below the concrete. The foam then expanded and leveled out the concrete. The job was complete in about an hour.
James M. now has a completely level front porch. The PolyLevel lifted the concrete back to its original position, and now the porch looks good as new.
Jason P., Highland, Illinois resident, was distraught by his musty, moldy crawlspace. The water seepage and high humidity in the crawlspace caused mold and dust mites to thrive. Both mold and dust mites are allergens. To keep his crawlspace dry and his family healthy, system design specialist Brenton K. designed a solution.
Foreman James L. installed the CleanSpace crawlspace encapsulation system. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier, so it does not support mold growth. In addition to CleanSpace, SaniDry was installed. SaniDry is an energy efficient dehumidifier, so it prevents mold without hiking energy costs.
Jason is pleased to have CleanSpace and SaniDry in his crawlspace. With these systems, his crawlpsace will stay dry and mold-free, and his home will stay healthy.
Irene A. from Highland, Illinois was worried about her cracks in the foundation. In order to solve this problem, she decided to call our team and got an appointment. Our system design specialist designed a solution by the means of Push Pier System.
Push Piers are the best solution to restore the foundation to its original position. Furthermore, they provide support for the home. Now, Irene is living in her home whose basement is safer and more comfortable.
Highland, Illinois resident Norma R. was distraught by her cracked, uneven driveway. The concrete settled with the soil and became cracked. The driveway was a safety concern for Norma and her family. System design specialist Jeremy R. designed a solution.
PolyLEVEL was installed by the Woods Basement Systems PolyLEVEL crew. PolyLEVEL does not settle, so it is a long lasting solution. Norma is relieved to know her driveway is safe and will stay safe.
Richard and Dawn E. were having water issues in their Highland, IL basement. They knew that if these issues continued their home could suffer permanent damage. Richard and Dawn called Woods Basement Systems to find a 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 the yard. If this line becomes frozen or backed up, IceGuard will prevent the water from receding back into the basement.
Highland, Illinois resident Lois B. was troubled by the water leaking into her basement where the floor meets the wall. The water risked her damage to her valuables and created a musty smell.
Foreman Melvin F. installed a solution to keep her basement dry. DryTrak is an interior drainage system that guides water away from the basement. DryTrak can be installed within one day. Lois no longer has to be concerned about water leaking into her basement.
Shawn's basement was cracking everywhere, and nothing he did to repair the damage worked. He noticed cracks on the inside wall of his basement as well as on the outside of his home along the bricks. He grew concerned for the failing walls in his home and knew he needed to get his basement fixed to prevent more damage so he contacted Woods Basement Systems, Inc. of Collinsville, IL, hoping they had a solution.
Woods Basement Systems, Inc. gave Shawn a free quote and sent one of their System Design Specialists, Ken, to inspect Shawn's basement. After assessing the cracks in the basement as well as the ones on the outside of the home, Ken determined Shawn needed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors installed to realign his bowing walls and keep them from cracking further. Shawn agreed with Ken's assessment and scheduled an appointment for the Geo-Lock Wall Anchors to be installed.
A few weeks later, one of the foremen who works for Woods Basement Systems, Inc., Todd as well as his crew, came to Shawn's home and installed the anchors. After a day's worth of work, the anchors were installed, and Shawn felt more at ease and commended Woods for great service.
Homeowners Chad and Megan of Highland, IL grew concerned when they noticed their basement walls were starting to bow. They tried patching up the cracks, but nothing seemed to work, and the wall failure worsened over time.
Hearing about Woods Basement Systems, Inc. in Collinsville, IL, they contacted the company for a free quote. Woods sent Norman, one of their sales reps, to inspect the damage, and he determined they needed the Geo-Lock Wall Anchor System installed to realign their walls as well as lock them into place.
Agreeing with Norman's solution, Chad and Megan made an appointment to have one of Woods's foremen, Jeff, install the system. Once all of the work had been completed, Chad and Megan were relieved and very satisfied with Woods's work.
This homeowner had some complaints about her crawlspace. She didn't like how dirt and water were getting inside of it so easily. She called Woods Basement Systems to get her free estimate. The System Design Specialist came to her home check it out and then talked to her about CleanSpace. He explained that it's made from a heavy 20-mil-thick material that is similar to a pool liner. It reduces humidity levels, keeps out water and dirt, and makes the crawl space look clean and brand new. The homeowner was sold and got CleanSpace installed in her crawl space ASAP!
This Greenville, IL resident had a nasty crawl space in need of a makeover. The crawl space was musty and moldy, causing the entire house to have an odor. It was extremely dusty and dirty, with lots of unwanted creatures such as insects. Woods Basement Systems installed a CleanSpace Encapsulation system in the crawl space, along with a SuperSump and a SaniDry Model CSB. The homeowner was very pleased with the work done by Woods and now enjoys a clean and usable crawl space.
Christopher and Robert were roommates in a house they owned for 35 years. Over this time they started to notice cracks in their basement that was causing major leakage. In addition to damaging the walls, the water stained the floor as well. After calling Woods Basement Systems, Christopher and Robert got the solution they were looking for. The System Design Specialist explained that CleanSpace would hide the leakage problem and direct it downwards towards the sump pump to be pumped outside. Now Christopher and Robert's basement stays dry and looks cleaner than ever.
A resident of Alhambra, IL had lived in his house for 14 years before he noticed the mold in his crawl space. The musty smell upstairs had gradually been getting worse, which is why he went to check out the crawl space. He had no idea how long the mold had been there and where exactly the leaks were located. He was in the process of selling his house and wanted to get the problem fixed as soon as possible.
Woods Basement Systems inspected his crawl space and knew just how to solve the issue. Woods installed a CleanSpace Encapsulation System, SmartSump, and SmartPipe in the crawl space. The SmarPipe collected water from the perimeter of the crawl space and drained it to the SmartSump, designed specifically for crawl spaces. Together, the SmartPipe and SmartPipe solved the water and moisture problems in the resident’s crawl space.
The resident was happy to have a dry and clean crawl space, giving his house a higher market value.