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Mauri and Michael C. of Lake St. Louis, Missouri were troubled by their old waterproofing system. The old sump pump was unreliable and its openness allowed moisture to enter their basement. System design specialist Adam R. designed a solution to keep their basement dry.
Foreman Jose L. installed the TwinPack sump pump system. TwinPack is equipped with two pumps to ensure the basement stays dry. It is sealed closed, so water and moisture cannot escape into the basement. Mauri and Michael can now enjoy their dry, comfortable basement worry-free.
Brenda R. of Lake St. Louis, MO had water leaking into her basement. She had an old sump pump that was not working properly and it was allowing water to stand in the basement. Woods Basement Systems installed a sump pump to provide a way to get water out of the basement. The sump pump will pump water out of the basement through the discharge line into the yard. Brenda will no longer have to worry about her sump pump being outdated.
Lori T. of Lake Saint Louis, MO had a concrete driveway and walkway that was very uneven. The concrete slabs of the driveway and walkway had sunken over the years and created numbers cracks and tripping hazards. As seen in the picture, there was a gap about three and a half inches between the driveway and garage which made it difficult to pull in the car so she called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended PolyLevel.
PolyLevel is an expanding polymer foam that was injected under the concrete slabs of the driveway and walkway. It lifts and levels the concrete, as can be seen in the picture, and cures quickly: it can be driven on and used in about 15 minutes which is much less downtime than traditional mudjacking.
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Les M. of Lake St. Louis, MO noticed that water was collecting in his home's basement. To make sure this problem did not continue to occur, he called Woods Basement Systems.
Design Specialist Michael T. spoke to the homeowner about the best solutions. Foreman Melvin F. headed over to the home to install a WaterGuard system and a BrightWall paneling system. The WaterGuard system is placed above the footing and collects any water coming up from the ground before it reaches the basement surface. It is then covered by concrete. The BrightWall paneling system is fastened to the walls of the basement. It provides a vapor barrier, drains leaks behind it, and brightens the room.
Les M. no longer has to worry about leaks in his basement. He now has a dry basement, no matter how hard it rains.
Miles and Lynn H. of Lake St. Louis, MO were having problems with a crack in their basement, which was a result of foundation problem. Typically, the four types of cracks that are a sign foundation problems are: hairline cracks, stair step cracks, vertical craccks and horizontal cracks. They decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate to fix the problem.
Systems Design Specialist Adam 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.
It was also discovered that they were having problem with unlevel concrete as well, which the solution to that was to have Andrew T. insert PolyLevel foam injection. This injection is a simple 4-step approach that helps lift the settling concrete.
Miles and Lynn no longer have to worry about cracking foundation and unlevel concrete in their home after the call to Woods Basement Systems.
Miles and Lynn H.'s home of St. Louis, Missouri was experiencing foundation settlement which caused uneven floors and cracks in the walls. They wanted to get the problem fixed before it caused more damage and possible safety concerns. They called Woods Basement Systems to come and solve their problem.
After design specialist Adam R. assessed the situation, foreman Jose L. traveled to the home in Lake St. Louis, MO and installed three push piers. Push piers were placed adjacent to the footing of the foundation and then were attached with a steel bracket. They lifted the home back to its original position, reassuring Miles and Lynn that there would be no more issues.
Miles and Lynn H. no longer have to worry about the uneven floors or cracking walls. They now have a level and safe home.
Joan and Robert C. of Lake Saint Louis, Missouri were troubled by their driveway. As the concrete drive settled with the soil, it became uneven and cracked. To keep their family safe and their driveway beautiful, system design specialist David D. designed a solution.
Foreman Andrew T. and his team installed PolyLEVEL. PolyLEVEL is a foam that lifts and aligns concrete to its original position. PolyLEVEL does not interact with the soil, so it is eco-friendly and long-lasting. Joan and Robert are pleased with their restored driveway. It is now beautiful and safe.
Lori T.’s cement driveway and walkway in front of her Lake Saint Louis, MO home was incredibly uneven. The cement pads had of her driveway and walkway had sunk over the years, creating cracks and tripping hazards where the walkway was uneven with the driveway and between the slabs of the driveway. There was also a three inch uneven area between the garage and driveway which made it difficult to pull the car into the garage so she called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended PolyLevel.
Woods injected PolyLevel under the sunken slabs of the driveway and walkways. PolyLevel is an expanding polymer foam that lifts the slabs as it expands to bring them back to level with the garage and other parts of the walkway. It cures in about 15 minutes and can be driven and walked on after it’s cured, which is far less downtime than traditional mudjacking.
Lori T. is glad she can easily park her car in her garage again and no longer has to worry about tripping hazards.
Lake St. Louis, Missouri homeowner Cheryl C. was distraught by her wet, musty crawlspace. The water leaking into the crawlspace caused mold and risked rotting the foundation's support. System design specialist Clayton B. designed a solution.
Foreman James L. installed CleanSpace. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier, so it does not support mold growth. CleanSpace keeps the water out of the crawlspace and the mold away. Cheryl is pleased to know her home is know longer being overtaken by mold.
In Lake St. Louis, MO, Anna W. had water leaking into her basement. Worried this could cause permanent damage to her home, Anna called Woods Basement Systems for an effective solution.
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 allows water to enter the piping and be drained to prevent damages to the home and personal belongings that may be in the basement.
Mauri and Michael C. of Lake St. Louis, Missouri were concerned with their failing foundation. Their floors sagged and their foundation walls bowed under pressure. To support the foundation, system design specialist Adam R. designed a solution.
Foreman Jose L. installed SmartJack and Push Piers. SmartJack is a galvanized steel beam system that lifts sagging floors to their original position. Push piers straighten walls over time and provide support for the foundation.
Mauri and Michael are thrilled to know their home is safe and their foundation will be continuously supported.
Steve and Casey B. of Lake St. Louis, Missouri was troubled by her bowing foundation walls. As the walls bowed under pressure, they began to crack and allow water to leak into the basement. System design specialist Kevin E. designed a solution to keep the foundation supported and the basement dry.
Foreman Mason S. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Geo-Lock is drilled into undisturbed soil to ensure the foundation stays supported. Geo-Lock straightens the walls to their original position.
To keep the basment dry, Mason and his team installed WaterGuard. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system that collects and guides water away from the basement.
Steve and Casey are relieved to know the foundation of their home is supported. They are also pleased to know that their basement will stay dry.
Steve and Casey B., Lake St. Louis, Missouri homeowners, were distraught by their bowing foundation walls. As the walls bowed under pressure, they cracked and allowed water to leak into the basement. System design specialist Kevin E. designed a solution to restore the foundation and keep the basement dry.
Foreman Todd W. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Geo-Lock straightens the walls over time and provides permanent support for the foundation. To keep the basement dry, Todd and his team installed the CleanSpace wall system. CleanSpace is a vapor barrier that guides water to the newly installed WaterGuard. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system that collects and guides water away from the basement.
Steve and Casey are thrilled to know their home is supported and their basement will stay dry.
Fred P. in Lake St. Louis, MO had water leaking into his basement. He wanted to keep his property dry and safe from standing water. Woods Basement Systems installed WaterGuard to drain the water away from the basement. By installing WaterGuard, the water will have a way to escape the basement and keep Fred's belongings safe.
Steve’s home in Lake Saint Louis, MO seemed to have a sinking foundation. He contacted Woods Basement Systems to prevent the issue from getting worse. Representative, Randy Pantano scheduled a free consultation with him.
After a thorough evaluation of the home and discussing Steve’s options, they decided on the Push Pier System. This system was designed by foundation specialists and engineers of Foundation Supportworks, the international company that is leading the foundation stabilization industry. He scheduled the job for the following month.
Foreman, Jordan Flynn and his crew took two days to install the system. Steve’s home is now stabilized on stable bedrock, rather than shifting and sinking soils.
Matt resides in Lake Saint Louis, Missouri. When his basement wall cracks started to leak, he contacted Woods Basement Systems in fear his foundation was deteriorating. Representative, Richard Obermeier met with Matt for a free consultation.
On August 31, 2012, after a thorough valuation, Richard informed him that his foundation walls needed to be stabilized. As a certified dealer for the Basement Systems Network, he highly recommended the Geo-Lock Wall Anchor System. This would prevent the foundation from getting worse as well as help push the walls back into their original position. Matt appealed to the innovative solution and scheduled Woods to complete the project.
Woods Basement Systems foreman, Matthew Asher, and his crew completed the entire job on September 13th. Matt now has a stabilized & dry foundation with confidence he will not have this problem again.
Lake Saint Louis resident, Lisa, had a wet basement due to water seepage through the walls and the floors. She contacted Woods Basement Systems and scheduled a free estimate with Jeff Korte.
After a thorough assessment, Jeff discussed Lisa’s options, but recommended the WaterGuard System. This waterproofing system acts as an interior French drain, but is less expensive and more reliable. Lisa trusted Jeff’s knowledge in the waterproofing field and booked the job.
Just a few days later, a crew arrived at Lisa’s home. They installed the system in one single day. Today, her basement is dry & leak free.
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