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Ralph M. of Warrenton, Missouri noticed that a couple of the walls in his home were cracking and bowing. He did not want the issue to get worse or cause safety concerns, so he called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Matthew S. assessed the situation and decided that wall anchors would fix the homeowner's problem. Foreman Jeremy R. then headed to the home to get the job started. Wall anchors, pictured above, extend from the inside basement walls to the hard packed soil outside. They are made of steel help stabilize and prevent further movement of the basement walls.
Ralph M. now has stable and safe basement walls. He no longer has to worry about his home's walls cracking or bowing.
David C. of Warrenton, Missouri had a sinking floor in his garage and a cracked concrete porch, so he decided to call woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Peter N. recommended installing PolyLevel.
Foreman, Matthew R. installed the product. PolyLevel is made of a polyurethane formula that expands underneath the concrete to lift it back to its original position. It works to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. How it works is first, small holes are drilled into the concrete slab and then the polymer is injected into the void. The holes are then covered with cement and within 15 minutes of installation, the concrete can be used again.
Now David C. can enjoy his safe garage and porch again.
Sabrina and Darren W. needed new sump pump and waterproofing system, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Pete L. recommended installing a Twin Pack pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Greg H. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump includes two stainless steel pumps that work to keep your home dry and protect against flooding and leaks. WaterGuard is installed in the perimeter of the basement floor and it is used to collect water that seeps through the basement walls. It will take that collected water and guide it to the sump pump to be removed from the home.
Now Sabrina and Darren W. have a safe, dry basement.
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The interior drainage system that we install in your basement or crawl space connects to a sump pump which pipes away water before it ever becomes a problem. Our systems are patented and come with a transferable lifetime warranty. We are your Warrenton experts for basement waterproofing and crawl space encapsulation.
We are also the experts for basement finishing. We install inorganic, waterproof materials to give you an attractive basement that won't be destroyed by the first bursts pipe you have. We have exclusive access to patented basement finishing products.
Our foundation experts here at Woods Basement Systems, Inc. provide free foundation inspections. We will identify the problem along with the best solution. Whether it be bowing walls, cracked floors or anything else we have the experience, training and products needed to repair your foundation. We warrant our products for 25 years.
Outside the home we lift and level sinking concrete slabs using PolyLEVEL. PolyLEVEL is an expanding polyurethane foam that is injected beneath the concrete lifting it up. It is a superior option compared to traditional mudjacking with a cement slurry.
Homeowner Roberta M. of Warrenton, Missouri was dealing with cracking and sinking concrete on her home’s driveway and porch. After a recommendation from a family friend, she made a call to Woods Basement Systems. Foreman Josh B. and his team were sent out to her home to install our PolyLevel System. PolyLevel is a concrete lifting technique, provides an affordable and less destructive alternative and offers numerous advantages over other common slab raising methods. Once the PolyLevel was installed, Roberta saw a noticeable difference in the look and durability of her driveway.
Homeowner Thomas L. of Warrenton, Missouri was dealing with foundation issues in his home. For months, he had been discovering cracks forming and growing around his home. He decided it was finally time to make a call to Woods Basement Systems. Foreman Devan Brown and his team installed PowerBrace; a unique, patented design that allows the system to be tightened over time, potentially reversing wall failure without any invasive drilling or digging on the property.
When foundation walls begin to buckle, bow or tilt inward, homeowners are correct to be alarmed. Outside pressure from soil and water can actually cause foundation walls to collapse. The PowerBrace is a patented foundation wall repair system that's designed to stabilize failing basement walls and provide the potential t straighten walls over time. These steel i-beams will stabilize the wall in its current position without any further adjustment. Over time, the PowerBrace™ System can be tightened to make bowing or tilting walls straighter.
A homeowner in Warrenton, Missouri was worried about the foundation of his home. His basement walls were covered in cracks, causing him to worry about the well-being of his home. He decided to make a call to Woods Basement Systems after a recommendation from a family member. The Woods Team came out to the home and installed a foundation repair system that worked perfectly for his home. Now, Mike never has to worry about foundation issues again.
In Warrenton, Missouri homeowner Indira P. was having foundation problems in her home. In the basement, there were large vertical cracks on the walls indicating signs of foundation problems. She decided to finally make the call to Woods Basement Systems to see if they had a solution to her foundation problems.
Homeowners Terry and Adam P. of Warrenton, Missouri were concerned about the cracks forming on the walls of their basement. They knew that it was not a good sign for their home, and a risk to their investment. Knowing the sooner they would fix it the better, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems.
We sent our foreman Jeremy Raby and his team out to the home to install the perfect solution to their problem, PushPiers. PushPiers can be installed from the inside or outside of the home depending on the home’s lawn or landscaping. In this home they were installed outside of the basement, under the footing of the home. Now Terry and Adam are happy they made the call to Woods Basement Systems.
The front porch on this home in Warrenton, MO., as well as other spots around the house, had begun to show signs of uneven settling. After a home is built, it naturally settles slightly into the ground as the weight of the structure compresses the soil beneath it. Occasionally, this settling occurs unevenly, usually because of different soil compositions or water levels beneath the home, resulting in sloped floors, unsupported section of the home and structural damage.
Some signs of uneven settling in the home include cracks in foundation walls, doors and windows that stick and are hard to open or close, cracks in the drywall near door and window frames and seperation between parts of the home like a porch, fireplace or a driveway.
To solve this problem, Woods Basement Systems installs a support system called push piers. These cylindrical piers are hydraulically pressed through a bracket that attaches to the footing near the unsupported areas. The piers are pressed into stable soil, called load bearing strata, that will not compress or sink like the soil the house is sitting on. Once the piers reach this depth, the uneven portions of the house are brought to level and the weight of the home is supported permanently by the piers. This system is so effective that the warranty for the piers lasts for the entire life of the structure!
The owners of this home in Warrenton, MO. won't have to worry about eneven floors or the porch seperating from the front of the house once the push pier system is installed. Push piers will support the home and keep it level permanently.
Homeowner Troy B. of Warrenton, Missouri was tired of finding new cracks in the walls inside his home. For the past few years, small hairline cracks around his home have grown larger and began to decrease the value of his home. Worried for his home and family’s safety, Troy finally decided to call Woods Basement Systems to see if they had a solution to his growing foundation problem.
Foreman Jose Lorenzana out to the Warrenton home to install the perfect solution, our patented PushPiers. PushPiers are made of steel, to permanently stabilize your home’s foundation. In many cases, this solution can lift your home back toward level, closing cracks and improving the operation of doors and windows. Now, Troy will not have to worry about the well-being of his home and family.
Kara K. of Warrenton, Missouri was having issues with leaks in her basement. Anytime it rained for an extended period of time, water would stream out of the many cracks in her basement walls and pool on the floor. This constant moisture required constant cleanup and made it nearly impossible to make effective use of the space. Kara was eager to have the issue resolved, so she gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
In order to waterproof the basement, foreman Mason and his team began by installing a WaterGuard drainage system. These gutter-like drains are placed underneath the floor at the base of the leaking walls to catch any and all water. After this, a TripleSafe sump system was put in place to remove all water from the home and prevent flooding. Kara could not be happier with the results!
Warrenton, Missouri homeowner Kara K. was extremely concerned with the state of her basement walls. Over the years, they had become riddled with massive cracks and they were bowing inward at an alarming angle. This damage had already begun to cause water issues, and Kara was worried that, if left alone, the walls might eventually collapse.
In order to reinforce the damaged walls, a Woods Basement Systems team installed several GeoLock supports. These work by connecting heavy anchors buried deep in the firm soil far from the home to steel plates affixed to the interior surface of the damaged walls, effectively pulling the walls outward and straightening them over time.
Warrenton, Missouri homeowner Rebecca N. was very concerned with the state of several of her basement walls. Over the years, tiny hairline cracks in the surface had turned into fractures several feet long. She was worried that, if left uncheked, the walls may eventually collapse. Will all of this mind, Rebecca gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
In order to reinforce the damaged wall, foreman Greg and his team installed several GeoLock wall supports. These work by connecting heavy anchors buried deep in the firm soil far from the home to steel plates affixed to the interior surface of the walls, effectively pulling them outward over time. Rebecca can rest easy now that her walls are secure!
James of Warrenton, Missouri noticed the shiting and movement of his basement's cement bricks. He was nervous about the overall safety of his home so he scheduled an appointment with Woods Basement Systems to see want could be done to restore his troubled foundation. System design specialist, Bill C., looked over the inside and outside of the basement and gave his recommendation of installing PowerBrace beams to resecure the foundation.
Team Woods' foreman Greg H. along with the help of his crew installed these heavy-duty PowerBraces along the basement walls. PowerBrace beams are used to permanently stabilize and tighten a troubled wall to straighten over time. These beams are cut to the exact measurements of each basement wall for a custom-fit. Thanks to PowerBrace beams, this Warrenton, Missouri basement is now safe and stable.
Roger R. in Warrenton, MO wanted to eliminate dangerous trip hazards and make the concrete around his backyard pool safer. He contacted Woods Basement Systems and received a free estimate on the optimal solution from System Design Specialist Mike A.
Foreman Andrew T. and his crew injected PolyLevel under the sinking slabs to restore them to their original glory. PolyLevel is an advanced polymer solution designed to provide reliable concrete reinforcement in as little as 15 minutes, all without the noise and hassle of conventional jacking. Thanks to PolyLevel, Roger can rest easy knowing his poolside concrete will be safe for years to come!
Warrenton, Missouri homeowner Kara had a basement with horizontal cracks along all of the walls and her current support system was rusting and old.
System Design Specialist Tom devleoped the plan and Foreman Brad and his crew installed it. The first step of the plan was to replace the current supports with PowerBraces. PowerBraces can be tightened over time and are made of steel so they will not rust.
The next step was to waterproof the basement using WaterGuard, a TwinPack sump pump with IceGuard, and CleanSpace. This system will catch any water and water vapor and remove it from the home.
Kara can now enjoy watching tv in her basement without any worries.
Warrenton, Missouri homeowner Wes had a sinking front porch that needed help. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Barry developed a plan.
Foreman Mason and his crew injected the PolyLevel system under the concrete slab. The PolyLevel is a light weight, eco-friendly expanding foam that will rise to raise the porch.
Wes can now enjoy his porch without fear of future settling.
Sabrina and Darren W. needed new sump pump and waterproofing system, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Pete L. recommended installing a Twin Pack pump, WaterGuard, and IceGuard.
Foreman, Greg H. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump includes two stainless steel pumps that work to keep your home dry and protect against flooding and leaks. WaterGuard is installed in the perimeter of the basement floor and it is used to collect water that seeps through the basement walls. It will take that collected water and guide it to the sump pump to be removed from the home. IceGuard is placed on the outside of a home and it lets water expel from the guards in the case that the pipes clog or freeze, preventing water from backing up into the basement.
Now Sabrina and Darren W. have a safe, dry basement.
David C. of Warrenton, Missouri had a sinking floor in his garage and a cracked concrete porch, so he decided to call woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Peter N. recommended installing PolyLevel.
Foreman, Matthew R. installed the product. PolyLevel is made of a polyurethane formula, or foam-like substance that expands underneath the concrete to lift it back to its original position. It works to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. How it works is first, small, dime-sized holes are drilled into the concrete slab and then the polymer is injected into the void. The holes are then covered with cement and within 15 minutes of installation, the concrete can be used again, so there is no long cure time.
Now David C. can enjoy his safe garage and porch again.
Harlan of Warrenton, Missouri needed a new waterproofing systems, so he decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Upon further inspection, systems design specialist, Thomas W. recommended installing a Twin Pack pump, CleanSpace, and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Greg H. installed the products. The Twin Pack pump includes two stainless steel pumps for extra protection against flooding and leaks. CleanSpace is a vapor barrier used to collect water that seeps through basement walls. It is made of inorganic materials, so it does not support mold growth. The WaterGuard is installed around the perimeter of the basement floor below CleanSpace and takes the collected water and guides it to the sump pump. Once at the sump pump, the water can be removed from the home, keeping your home dry and safe.
Now Harlan S. has a dry, safe home.
Donald and Marilyn of Warrenton, Missouri had cracks in their foundation walls, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Michael H. recommended installing Geo-Lock wall anchors.
Foreman, Jeremy R. installed the product. The Geo-Lock wall anchor system permanently stabilizes foundation walls, and in most cases, can straighten your wall back to its original position. The anchors are embedded into the soil away from the home and connected with galvanized steel rods.
Now Donald and Marilyn B. have a stable foundation.
Warrenton, Missouri homeowner Julie was experiencing cracks on several walls in her basement. She also started to notice her front porch seemed slanted and there was gap between the wall and the porch. She gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Jeremy R. developed a plan for her.
Foreman Jose L. and his crew installed Push Piers around the foundation of the home. Push Piers are a great solution for settling foundation. We take the pressure of the structure from the moving soil to the steel Push Piers. They transfer the weight to the solid bedrock beneath. It prevents further settling and in many cases can return the home to its original structure.
The crew then injected PolyLEVEL to raise the porch. PolyLEVEL is a light weight expanding polymer that fills the space left by the concrete settling. It is eco-friendly and will not wash out over time like dirt can.
Julie now has a level porch and the cracks in her basement walls are closed.
Wright Construction Services of Warrenton, Missouri wanted to secure their foundation. So, Woods was called and system design specialist, Mike L. found a solution to fit the comapny's needs by recommending helical piers.
Foreman Jose L. installed the helical piers. Helical piers are "screwed" into the ground using mechanical machinery and are used for larger projects opposed to push piers which are used for residential homes. Additionally, they are made out of galvanized steel so they will not rust. Wright Construction services can now move on with their business, knowing their foundation is fully supported.
Warrenton homeowner Karen D. was shocked to see her basement walls cracking, bending, and bowing into the interior of her home. Exterior pressure can cause walls to bend, and often this can cause major damage if left unchecked. She met with System Design Specialist John S. from Woods Basement Systems, and he helped her by recommending the ideal fix for her problems.
Foreman Jeremy R. and his team installed Geo-Lock to protect the walls from further damage. Geo-Lock uses galvanized steel rods that lock into heavy-duty steel plates on the interior wall as well as into the dense, packed soil underneath the yard for long-lasting stability. Thanks to Geo-Lock, Karen can relax knowing her bending walls will be stabilized and potentially straightened over time.
Julie B. from Warrenton, MO called Woods Basement Systems with concerns about cracks in her home's foundation and uneven door frames. System Design Specialist Jeremy R. went out to inspect the home and worked with Julie to find the ideal solution for her problem.
Foundation cracks and uneven door frames are often signs of settling in the foundation, so Foreman Jose L. and his crew installed push pier foundation support systems to restore the home to its original position. Made of galvanized steel, push piers are a permanent, reliable foundation support solution. Now Julie can rest easy knowing her home will stay level and strong for years to come.
Ralf B. of Warrenton, Missouri noticed that his home's basement was collecting water even though he already had a working sump pump. He did not want to have to keep dealing with a mess, so he called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist David P. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a CleanSpace wall system and a Waterguard drainage system. Foreman Dillon L. then headed to the home to start the job.
The CleanSpace wall system is a plastic liner that is attached to the walls of the basement. It acts as a vapor barrier and drains any leaks that occur behind it. The Waterguard drainage system was installed above the footing of the basement. It accepts and drains any water rising from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement.
Ralf B. no longer has to worry about water leaking in his basement through the floors or walls. He now has a waterproof and dry basement.
Helen P. of Warrenton, Missouri noticed that a few of the walls in her home's basement were bowing and cracking. She did not want this problem to continue to get worse, so she called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Matthew S. assessed the situation and decided the best solution was to install a couple wall anchors. Foreman Jeremy R. then headed to the home to get the job started. The wall anchors extend from the wall in the basement to the hard packed soil outside. The steel anchors help stabilize and prevent any further movements of the wall.
Helen P. no longer has to worry about her home's walls cracking and bowing. She now has stable and safe basement walls.
Ralph M. of Warrenton, Missouri noticed that the walls in his home's basement were bowing and cracking. He did not want the problem to get worse or cause any safety hazards, so he called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Matthew S. assessed the situation and came up with the perfect solution. He decided that wall anchors would fix the homeowner's problem. Foreman Jeremy R. then traveled to the home to get the job started. Wall anchors extend from the inside basement walls to the hard packed soil outside. They help stabilize and prevent further movement of the walls.
Ralph M. now has stable and safe walls. He no longer has to worry about his home's walls bowing and cracking.
Donald and Marilyn B were concerned about the bowing walls in their basement. So, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Michael H was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor in Donald and Marilyn’s basement. The Anchor has two different ends, one end will attach to stable soil away from the house. The other end attaches to the basement wall. The Anchor can be tightened and overtime will straighten the walls.
Homeowner Brad C. of Warrenton, MO discovered uneven concrete outside of his home and gave Woods Basement System a call.
System design specialist, Brandon B. traveled to Warrenton to do a home inspection and create a design that would ensure the homeowner the problem will be fixed. Foreman, William T. did a PolyLEVEL system installation. This system consists of a high-density injection foam that raises the concrete back to its original position. The PolyLEVEL system is installed in 4 steps that guarantees leveled concrete slab. It also has a quicker cure time than other repair options. In just 15 minutes, the concrete can be driven or walked on.
Due to the PolyLEVEL installation, Brad C. no longer has any worries about the safety of his home.
When you have uneven concrete, it’s not safe for people to walk around your house. That’s why Darren and Lisa called Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist David D was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman William T used PolyLevel to raise the areas of concrete that had sunk. The PolyLevel is injected into the sunken level of concrete and will raise it up to the level of the rest of the concrete. The injection leaves behind a dime sized hole.
Helen and Darrel P were concerned when they found out that their basement walls were beginning to bow. That’s why they called Woods Basements Systems. System Design Specialist Matthew S was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor. The anchor will attach to a stable level of soil away from the house. They will then attach to the wall and pull the wall back to where it is supposed to be.
Kevin M. of Maryland Heights, MO noticed that the concrete outside of his home was settling unevenly, resulting in an uneven surface. He decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Upon the inspection of Systems Design Specialist Michael T., Kevin learned that concrete naturally settles over time, sometimes unevenly. This can happen as the result of the weight of the concrete itself, in addition to the weight of what the concrete is holding up. He also decided that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Juan H. to install PolyLevel, which is a foam injection that is installed in 4 simple steps and is designed to lift the concrete back to its original position.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Kevin no longer has to worry about the uneven surface outside of his home.
Darrell and Helen P. of Warrenton, MO had noticed a couple of long horizontal cracks had formed along a wall on the inside of their home, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems to remedy their problem. Design Specialist Matt S. inspected the issues the family was having in their home and noticed that the soil of the outside was creating a lot of of pressure against the walls. The only thing the walls could do to relieve this pressure was to bow inward.
Foreman Jeremy R. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors along the retaining wall. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors counteract the pressure on the wall from the unstable soil conditions on the other side. Galvanized steel anchor rods were driven through the wall and connected to earth anchors embedded in more stable soil conditions in the yard. The rods are attached to wall plates on the inside of the wall. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors permanently stabilize the wall and can also straighten the wall by tightening them during dry periods.
Darrell and Helen now have peace of mind that their foundation and retaining wall are safe and secure.
Large cracks had formed on the foundation walls of Donald and Marilyn B.’s Warrenton, MO home. They were worried that these cracks might be a sign of a larger issue so they called Woods Basement Systems for a free, no obligation estimate. After investigating the inside and outside of the foundation, Woods recommended Geo-Lock Wall Anchors to remedy the situation.
The Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were installed long the cracked wall. Earth anchors were embedded into stable soil in the yard and are connected to wall plates on the inside of the wall using galvanized steel anchor rods. The rods are tightened to permanently stabilize walls by counteracting pressure from the soil on the outside of the walls. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors can also straighten the wall over time by tightening the anchors during dry periods.
Donald and Marilyn B. have peace of mind knowing that their walls are permanently stable.
The foundation wall and floor of Donald B.'s basement in Warrenton, MO had large cracks. Donald B. was worried they might be signs of a bigger problem so he set up a free assessment with Woods Basement Systems. Design Specialist Adam R. recognized the telltale signs of a settling foundation and gave the perfect solution for the problem.
Woods Basement Systems installed Push Piers. Push Piers permanently stabilize a home’s foundation by attaching steel brackets to the footing of the home and then hydraulically driving steel pier sections down into more stable soil or bedrock below the foundation. Piers can also lift the home back to its original level position in most situations.
Donald B. is worry-free now because he knows his foundation is stable.
Bonnie S. of Warrenton, MO had water leaking in through the cracks of her basement walls. Bonnie knew the cracks were a sign of foundation problems and the water leaking in would puddle in the basement because it had no where to go. Woods Basement Systems was able to install product to fix both areas of the problem.
Woods installed GeoLock wall anchors to provide support for the home. These anchors are attached to the wall and is anchored to the yard outside. This is done by using poles to extend past the active zone in the yard. This will support the foundation of the home for the life of the structure so Bonnie will never have to worry about a failing foundation.
Woods installed WaterGuard to provide draining for water in the basement. WaterGuard sits slightly away from the wall to allow water to flow into the piping. The water will be drained out of the basement through a 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.
Charles W. of Warrenton, MO had water leaking into his basement. Charles like to store his belongings in his basement, but the water made him nervous to do so. Woods Basement Systems had the perfect products to drain the water and make Charles feel confident in using his basement for storage.
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 Twin Pack sump pump was installed 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 basement, 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.
Donna B. of Warrenton, Missouri was distraught by mold growing into her basement as a result of water leaking in where the floor meets the wall. The water not only caused mold, but it risked damaging her valubles.
System design specialist John S. designed a solution to keep her basement dry. First, Foreman Mason S. installed WaterGuard. WaterGuard guides the water to the TripleSafe sump pump and away from the basement. IceGuard was installed as a an alternative exit in the event that the discharge lines become frozen.
After waterproofing the basement, Mason and his team installed the EverLast Half-Wall. EverLast is inorganic, so it makes the basement beautiful without supporting mold growth. To further detour mold, SaniDry, an energy efficient dehumidifier, was installed. Now, Donna's basement is dry, mold-free and comfortable.
Due to underground water pressure, Butch R.'s Warrenton, Missouri foundation walls began to bow. As the walls bowed, water began to leak into the basement causing damage to the drywall. System design specialist Nolan M. designed a solution for the basement.
Foreman Dillon L. installed Geo-Lock wall anchors to secure the foundation walls and restore them to their original position. After securing the foundation, Dillon and his crew installed WaterGuard and CleanSpace.
CleanSpace keeps the basement dry by guiding water to the WaterGuard drainage system and preventing moisture from escaping. WaterGuard then collects and guides water to the TwinPack sump pump system and away from the basement.
Butch can now enjoy his basement without worrying about water damage and mold.
Matt A. of Warrenton, MO had sagging floors and an unstable foundation. Matt was worried about the sability of his home and wanted to make sure that his house would become unlivable if he did not fix this problem. Matt called Woods Basement Systems to install SmartJacks.
Woods installed SmartJacks to lift the floors and support the house. These jacks would support the home for the lifetime of the home, as garunteed by Woods.
When foundation settlement happens, other problems occur in result to this bigger issue. Larry started noticing large cracks appearing on the outside of his house in various places. He soon met with a System Design Specialist from Woods Basement Systems and decided that push piers would be the correct action to take to prevent further settlement.
Push piers are installed and driven to load-bearing strata to stabilize foundations, and – in many cases – even lift structures back to level. Once installed, the weight of your home now rests on solid ground rather than the unstable soil it was originally built upon. This ensures the foundation will not settle any further and will restore the property value.
Production Supervisor Jessir Carson did a wonderful job installing the pier system. Larry especially liked how knowledgeable the guys were about the work, how much they seemed to care about the job they were doing and how nice they were. Overall, Larry was very satisfied with the results. He plans to use Woods Basement Systems again if anything else needs fixing.