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Total Basement Finishing's drop-ceiling tiles are made specifically for basement environments. They are built for long-lasting beauty, and these tiles are warranted to be non-sagging and mold resistant.
Both drop ceiling styles—prestige or linen—are hung from suspended framing, with a stylish crown molding installed along the perimeter. Forget about ugly edges along the basement walls that traditional ceiling tile designs sometimes have! Total Basement Finishing drop ceiling tiles are simply beautiful.
The before photo shows a cracked foundation wall in this Saint Louis home. Woods Basement Systems was able to repair the crack using our crack repair system. The system helps keep this basement dry by repairing, sealing, and keeping groundwater from leaking through the crack.
This homeowner's house was starting to settle into the ground which caused cracks to form. The cracks around this window are small, but if they weren't fixed they could have widened and cracked even further. They were sealed to stop the cracking and then the rest of the house was fixed with push piers to make sure the house stands firm and prevents more cracks from forming.
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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized
Basement Systems dealer
in Kirkwood, MO.
In Kirkwood, Missouri homeowner Sean N. was worried about his leaking basement. His basement walls were cracked letting in rainwater, with water coming through were the wall meets the floor. Exhausted from worrying about the problems in his home, he finally made the call to Woods Basement Systems to waterproof his home completely.
We sent our foreman Luis Rivas and his team out to his Kirkwood, Missouri home to install our patented WaterGuard system. Our WaterGuard system is designed not to clog, does not rely on filter fabric, has a big drain outlet to the sump, and will not cause structural damage to the foundation. Engineered specifically to be an efficient, long-lasting interior perimeter basement waterproofing system. Now, Sean will be reassured knowing his home is safe and dry.
Thomas B was having some basement issues. The foundation is failing, causing cracks in the walls. Also, water keeps getting in, no matter how he tries to stop it. He decided to have his basement finished to eliminate the problems.
Calvin C. and his crew installed GeoLock Wall Anchors to permanently stabilize the foundation walls and to return them to their original position. WaterGuard was also installed to seal the basement from leaks, and a TripleSafe Pump to dispose of unwanted water. A SaniDry Sedona was also put in to keep the air dry and eliminate humidity. An EverLast Wall RestorationSystem was installed, to make the walls look clean and to prevent water vapor from seeping through the concrete.
Thomas can now enjoy his dry, clean, finished basement knowing that the foundation won't fail!
Will R wants the foundation repaired in the building that his business is located in. There are some cracks in the walls, along with water seeping in through them creating mold.
Josiah C and his team installed the Push Pier System to permanently stabilize the foundation walls This way, no more water will seep through and no more mold will be able to grow. Will can now feel confident now that his business looks good!
Tom from St. Louis wanted to waterproof his basement because the amount of water that leak inside only increased over the years. Tom wanted to work with an expert, so he called Team Woods. System design specialist, Thomas W., worked to find a solution for this home's waterproofing needs. Thomas used his extension waterproofing knowledge to design a customized plan for Tom's basement.
A TripleSafe sump pump was used to replace the old, outdated sump. The previous sump wasn't able to pump out any of the water leaks that the basement had experienced, so it was time for an update. WaterGuard drains were also installed in the perimeter of the room to collect the pesky leaks and direct them towards the new sump pump. This dynamic duo will keep the home safe and healthy for several years to come.