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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 Piatt County, IL.
Monticello, Illinois resident Darren S. was concerned with his uneven, cracked sidewalk. The walkway was a safety concern for his friends and family. System design specialist Greg B. designed a solution to correct the walkway.
PolyLEVEL was installed by Andrew T. and his team. Because it does not settle, PolyLEVEL is a long-lasting solution. It does not interact with the soil and the walkway can be used the same day. Darren is pleased to know he has a safe, beautiful walkway again.
Kristin D. of Monticello, IL had cracked and bowing walls in her basement. Kristin knew that this was a sign of serious foundation issues. Woods Basement Systems was able to install products to help prevent the damages from getting worse.
Woods installed power braces in the basement to give the structure support and fix the foundation issues. The power braces are attached to the top of the structure and at the basement floor. They are used to push and hold the wall to stop inward wall movement. Over time they will help restore the vertical integrity of the foundation wall.
Matt R. of Monticello, Illinois was troubled by his bowing foudnation walls. As the walls bowed under pressure, they compromised the integrity of his foundation. System design specialist Greg B. designed a solution.
Foreman Jaylon O. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Geo-Lock restores the walls to their original position to provide continuous support for the foundation. Matt is relieved to know that his foundation is safe and supported.
Carl B. of Hammond, IL noticed horizontal cracks in two of the walls of his basement. He became concerned when the cracks started to worsen, so he contacted Woods Basement Systems for a free evaluation.
Our system design specialist discovered that both walls were bowing inward due to pressure from the soil outside of the basement walls. He determined that our Geo-Lock Wall Anchors would be the best solution. Our production crew then installed eight total anchors across two opposing walls.
Melanie R. of Monticello, IL had a basement that had multiple issues with its foundation. The foundation walls were cracked and tilting. There were cracks along the foundation floors, a sign that the foundation was settling. The floors above had become uneven and sagged because the cement columns below that supported them were settling and pulling away with the foundation. Melanie R. was worried about the safety of her home so she called Woods Basement Systems. Design Specialist Kevin E. inspected the basement and recommended installing a foundation and floor support system.
Woods installed Push Piers along the concrete footing of the home. Push piers are high-strength steel pier sections that are hydraulically driven into the earth under the home into stable soil conditions or bedrock and then attached to the footing of the home using heavy-duty steel brackets. They transfer the homes weight to the more stable, load bearing earth below to halt further settling and lift the home back to level in most cases.
Along the cracked foundation walls, Woods installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Earth anchors embedded in more stable soil condition in the yard are connected to steel wall plates in the inside of the walls with anchor rods. They counteract external soil pressure on the walls, permanently stabilizing them and preventing future damage.
Supplemental steel beams were installed along the sagging floor beam for additional support. SmartJacks were installed along the floor beam. SmartJacks are adjustable steel columns held firmly in place in a concrete footing. They lift and stabilize floors and because they’re adjustable, they offer the best opportunity to returns floors to their original, level position.
Melanie R. is relieved that she no longer has to worry about the safety of her home because her foundation is secure and her floors are supported and stable.
Alfred and Jessica E. of Cerro Gordo, IL contacted Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate on repairing their crawl space.
Design specialist Gregory B. evaluated the crawl space and determined the best solution to be an encapsulation system.
Foreman Joshua B. and crew encapsulated the crawl space to protect the area from outdoor conditions and ensure the area remains clean and dry.
Bill O. from White Heath, IL was having problems with the concrete around his home. He contacted Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate about fixing the issues he was facing.
Upon Systems Design Specialist Jeremy R.'s evaluation of the the situation, he decided that the concrete was sinking and settling. Over time, this can happen as a result of the weight of the concrete and what it is supporting. It was determined that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Andrew T. to insert PolyLevel injection. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is simply installed in 4-steps and lifts the concrete, resulting in a safe and level slab.
Bill O. can now rest assured knowing that the safety of his home is no longer jeopardized due to unlevel and settled concrete.
Judy and John S. of Cerro Gordo, IL were having issues with the concrete outside of their home cracking due to uneven settling. Aware of the potential of future issues and dangers such as tripping, they decided to contact Woods Basement Systems to receive a free quote about fixing the issues. During the visit, they learned that this can occur over time as a result of the weight of the concrete in addition to the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up.
Systems Design Specialist Jeremy R. evaluated the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be to have foreman Andrew T. install PolyLevel, which is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps. It is designed to naturally lift the concrete back to its original state.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Judy and John no longer have to be concerned about the safety of their home being jeopardized due to the cracked concrete.
If your foundation walls are bowing they need to be fixed as soon as possible. That’s why Ian S called Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Brandon B was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Bradly P Installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor, and a Push Pier in Ian’s basement. The Wall Anchor will attach to the basement wall and to a stable level of soil away from the house and pull the house back to where it need to be. He also installed a Push Pier under the home. The Push Pier is driven into a stable level of soil and will support the portion of the home that is sinking, and will even raise its level overtime.
Alfred E. of Cerro Gordo, Illinois wanted to make sure that his crawl space was not collecting water or costing him money due to inefficiency. He called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Gregory B. assessed the situation and decided that the best solution would be to install a CleanSpace Encapsulation System and SilverGlo Wall Insulation. Foreman Joshua B. then headed to the home to begin the job.
The CleanSpace Encapsulation System is a heavy duty liner that is placed on the floor and up the walls of the crawl space. It acts as a water vapor barrier and completely seals the crawl space from the earth. SilverGlo not only insulates the crawl space, but also drains any leaks behind it to a sump pump.
Alfred E. no longer has to worry about any water getting in his crawl space or spending more money on energy bills than needed. He now has a dry and energy efficient crawl space.
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.
Bart and Cheryl V. of White Heath, IL noticed that the concrete walls and floors of their basement were experiencing cracking. Concrete cracking can occur naturally over time as the result of uneven concrete settlement, which happens due to an accumulation of the weight of the concrete in addition to an accumulation of what the concrete is responsible for holding up. Aware of potential dangers for the home, and for themselves, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate about fixing the issue.
Systems Design Specialist Gregory B. evaluated the situation and informed the home owners 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, Bart and Cheryl can rest assured that neither themselves or their home are no longer in danger.
Mark M. of Hammond, Illinois discovered that his home's crawl space was collecting water. He did not want to ignore the problem because he knew the standing water could cause mold growth and rotting. He called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Gregory B. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a CleanSpace encapsulation system. Foreman Gregory J. then traveled to the home to get the job started. The CleanSpace encapsulation system was placed on the floor and up the walls of the crawl space. It acts as a vapor barrier and drains any leaks that may occur behind it.
Mark M. no longer has to worry about leaks in his home's crawl space. He now has a waterproof and dry crawl space.
Alan K. of White Heath, Illinois discovered that his home's crawl space was collecting water. He knew that standing water could cause rotting and mold growth, so he called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Gregory B. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a CleanSpace encapsulation system, a SmartPipe drainage system, a SilverGlo insulation system, a SmartSump sump pump, and a Sanidry Sedona dehumidifier. Foreman Brett J. then traveled to the home to get the job started.
The CleanSpace encapsulation system was placed over the floor and up the wall of the crawl space. It acts as a vapor barrier and drains any leaks that may occur behind it. The SmartPipe drainage system accepts water from both the soil and surface, and then drains the water to the sump pump. The SmartSump is a sump pump made specifically for crawl spaces. It removes water from the crawl space through a discharge line. The SilverGlo insulation system was installed on the walls and in the rim joist. It insulates the crawl space and keeps it dry. Finally, the Sanidry Sedona is a lightweight dehumidifier that fits perfectly in a crawl space. It not only removes water vapor, but also filters the air for pollen, dust, mold spores, and other allergens.
Alan K. no longer has to worry about water entering his home's crawl space and causing problems. He now has a dry and waterproof crawl space.
Ray M was concerned when he noticed that his basement walls were beginning to bow. He decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Kevin E was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jose L installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor in Ray’s basement. The Wall Anchor has two ends, one end will attach to a stable area of soil away from the house. The other end attaches to the basement walls, overtime this device will be able to straighten the walls.
Debbie H. of Monticello, Illinois noticed cracks in her home's brick foundation. She did not want to ignore the problem and allow it to get any worse, so she called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Kevin E. assessed the situation and decided the best solution was to install a few push piers. Foreman Jose L. then traveled to the home to get the job started.
Push piers are installed next to the footing of the home and are attached with steel brackets. The system stabilizes and lifts the home to its original level. The piers are then covered with soil after installation is complete.
Debbie H. no longer has to worry about her home's foundation cracking and settling. She now has a level and stable home.
Wes W. of La Place, Illinois was displeased with the cracked, uneven concrete in his large garage. Not only was the uneven concrete unsightly, but it was also a safety hazard. Barry C., System Design Specialist, inspected the concrete and designed a solution.
Foreman Bryan N. and his crew installed PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a an eco-friendly foam that lifts and levels concrete. Within hours, the garage was safe to use again. Now, Wes has a long-lasting solution to his uneven concrete problem.
Sue and John in De Land, IL wanted to protect their crawlspace from the elements, so they met with Design Specialist Kris H. from Woods Basement Systems. Kris inspected the home and designed for them the optimal, long-lasting solution to their waterproofing problems.
Team Woods installed a TripleSafe sump system along with a CleanSpace liner to keep the crawlspace clean and dry. TripleSafe uses three separate pumps for maximum protection and features the UltraSump battery backup system for waterproofing in all conditions. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier that traps out moisture and microbial growth. Thanks to their new crawlspace system, Sue and John can rest easy knowing they have a clean, dry, energy-efficient asset in their home.
Adam of Bement, Illinois had an musty crawl space, so he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a solution. System design specialist, Greg B. recommended installing a CleanSpace encapsulation system.
Foreman, Juan H. and his crew installed the CleanSpace in the crawl space. CleanSpace is a vapor barrier made of inorganic materials, so it does not support mold growth. It is used to fully seal off a crawl space from dirt, critters, and moisture.
Now this happy homeowner has a healthy, dry crawl space.
Hobert G. in Mansfield, IL was looking to protect his basement from excess water, so he reached out to Woods Basement Systems for help. He met with Design Specialist Luke B., who offered him a free estimate on a custom-fit waterproofing system.
Foreman Greg H. and his team installed a combination of WaterGuard drains and a TripleSafe sump unit to keep the basement clean and dry at all times. WaterGuard is a French drain system installed underneath the floor slab for clog-free drainage with a minimal appearance, making it ideal for both finished and unfinished basements. WaterGuard redirects water to TripleSafe, which uses three Zoeller pumps for triple protection and features the UltraSump battery backup system to keep it running in any condition. Hobert can rest easy and enjoy a clean, dry basement any time thanks to WaterGuard and TripleSafe!
Monticello, Illinois homeowner Randy knew the wood supports in his basement were not holding up the way they needed to. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Greg developed a plan for him.
Foreman Josh and his crew installed 5 7' SmartJacks throughout the basement for Randy. The SmartJacks are steel roads that are put in to add support. They are anchored to the floor and to the beams above.
Randy can now trust that his floors are stable and his family is safe.
Donna of Monticello, Illinois wanted to bring permanent support to her crawl space to protect her home. Previously she had bricks and old wooden posts as agents to support her crawl space. Aware that neither of these repairs were permanent, Donna make an appointment with Woods Basement Systems to permanently fix the stability. She was then in contact with system design specialist, Greg B., who customized a design for her crawl space. Greg's recommendation was to install several SmartJacks in the crawl space.
Foreman Juan H. and his team installed the SmartJacks to strengthen and stabilize the crawl space. SmartJacks are long-lasting and provide reliable protection to the crawl space. Greg can rest knowing that the SmartJacks will protect his home for years to come.
Andrew G. of Monticello, Illinois noticed that water was coming into his basement whenever it rained. Because he couldn't figure out where it was coming from, he called the experts at Woods Basement Systems for help.
Brenton, system design specialist, visited the home and determined that the water was coming out of the seam where the floor meets the wall. In order to remedy this issue. a Woods team installed WaterGuard drains and a TwinPack sump pump. WaterGuard is put in place underneath the floor at the base of the walls to catch any and all leaks before they're able to make it into the space, and the TwinPack sump pump uses its two independently operating pumps to send all of that water out of the home. Andrew's basement is now totally dry!
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