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The history of basement foundation wall crack repairs goes something like this:
In the past, contractors would chisel out a crack into a larger "V" shape and fill it with hydraulic cement. Injection epoxy used to be the product of choice, but more recently, urethane is a common solution.
For the corner crack in this Wentzville, Missouri basement, we decided to inject urethane into the crack. The first picture shows how messy urethane injection may be. We did two different repairs on this particular wall crack because midway down the wall, there was a larger opening letting a maximum amount of water leak into the basement even during a light rainfall. We customize the right repair for whatever problem we find in a basement to guarantee a dry below-grade space.
The basement was especially drafty and cold in this basement and only got worse in the winter. The only way to combat this problem was to seal it with spray foam in the areas of the ceiling where the insulation was. Now air doesn't escape from the basement leaving it chilly.
Heat can escape from even the smallest cracks. Dr. Energy Saver makes a point to seal up each and every space where air can get out and leave your basement cold.
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Woods Basement Systems, Inc. installs patented interior drainage systems in your basement. The system removes water without you even noticing and comes with a transferable lifetime warranty.
We also finish basements but unlike other contractors we use completely inorganic, waterproof products. This means that you can both have an attractive basement and one that will not grow mold if you ever have a burst pipe.
We quickly and effectively correct any foundation issues that you are facing. We fix uneven floors, bowing walls, cracks in ceilings and whatever another issue you have. The products that we install in your home have a 25 year warranty so you can rest assured the solution will last.
Outside we also deal with sunken concrete slabs which result in cracks and tripping hazards. By using PolyLEVEL, a polyurethane foam superior to mud slurry, we lift the slabs back to a level position. To learn more make sure to give us a call today.
Radon Gas Mitigation is a worry of many homeowners but we bring peace of mind by quickly installing an effective mitigation system. The system pumps away any radon in the basement safely outside your home. If you are not sure if you have radon in the home we can setup a test and have the results back in as little as two days.
If your home has a poor thermal barrier, uneven temperatures, high HVAC costs, and poor energy efficiency, then contact the experts at Woods Basement Systems, Inc.. Our air sealing home insulation can boost comfort and optimize the home overall!
Katie V. of Wentzille, Missouri was not satisfied with her sump pump. It was loud, ugly, and simply did not work as well as it should have. Wanting to replace it, she gave the experts at Woods Basement Systems a call.
Foreman Jose and his team removed Katie's old sump pump and replaced it with a brand new TripleSafe sump system. Equipped with three independently operating pumps, including a battery backup, the TripleSafe is capable of removing well over 10,000 gallons of water an hour. Katie could not be happier with it!
Ben S. of Wentzville, Missouri had several cracks on some of his basement walls. He was concerned that those cracks would grow, leading to water leaks or possibly even total wall collapse. Wanting to address the issue once and for all, Ben called Woods Basement Systems.
In order to support the walls, foreman Jeremy and his team installed several PowerBrace beams up against the cracking walls. Made of galvanized steel, these I-beams are incredibly strong and totally prevent any bowing and further cracking. Ben no longer needs to worry about his walls!
Mike of Wentzville began to notice cracks forming inside his home around doorways and window frames, as well as sinking in his garage floor. Knowing that all of these are telltale signs of foundation settlement, he gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
System design specialist Tim visited and inspected the home before determining that the best solution would be to lift the foundation back to level. To do this, several Low-Profile Push Piers were inserted into the ground underneath the foundation and then adjusted to raise it. These galvanized steel beams are then left in place to provide support for the life of the structure.
Tammy of Wentzville, Missouri's basement was plagued with leaks. Whenever it rained, water would stream out of cracks in her walls and pool on the floor. All of this moisture led to mold growth and stained the concrete, making it quite unsightly. Wanting to stop the leaks once and for all, Tammy gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
Foreman Aaron and his team installed several major waterproofing measures, and they started with WaterGuard. WaterGuard is a gutter-like drainage system that is installed underneath the floor at the base of the walls to catch leaks before they make it into the space. Next, a TripleSafe sump pump, equipped with three separate pumps capable of removing well over 10,000 gallons of water per hour, was put in place. Finally, a Sanidry dehumidifier was installed to remove the dampness from the air and prevent any mold growth. Tammy couldn't be happier with her basement!
Robert of Wentzville, Missouri noticed several years ago that large cracks were forming in his exterior brickwork, a telltale sign of foundation settlement. Wanting to stop any further damage from occurring, he gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
System design specialist Adam R. visited Robert's home, assessed the damage, and determined that the foundation was, indeed, settling. He designed a solution involving Push Piers that would solve the home's problems once and for all. Several Low-Profile Push Piers, galvanized steel beams, were inserted underneath the foundation to lift and support it for the life of the home. Robert can now rest easy knowing his home is level and in no danger.
Carol of Wentzville, Missouri noticed water leaks and stains throughout her basement and needed a quick, permanent fix. After searching the internet, Carol found Woods Basement Systems. She decided to reach out to Woods and set up an appointment for waterproofing her basement.
System design specialist, Jeremy H., met at Carol's home to investigate her basement to recommend the optimal option. After this investigation, Jeremy recommended a new sump pump, TripleSafe, and a drain system, WaterGuard.
TripleSafe and WaterGuard were installed by head foreman, Kevin J., and his crew. Now that these waterproofing products are installed, Carol can rest assured that her home is safe and dry for many years to come.
Sarah F. in Wentzville, MO was shocked to see signs of foundation settling in her home: cracked walls, sloping surfaces, and more. Sarah reached out to Woods Basement Systems to explore her repair options, and she received a free estimate on the ideal foundation support system courtesy of Design Specialist Thomas W.
Foreman Brad P. and his team installed push piers to lift and reinforce the damaged foundation. Made of galvanized steel, push piers lift sinking foundations to their original positions and provide permanent protection from future damage. Sarah's foundation troubles are now a thing of the past thanks to her new push pier systems!
Rose of Wentzville, Missouri noticed small cracks appearing on her foundation wall in her basement, so she decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Small cracks only turn into larger cracks, so fixing the problem before it gets worse is always a better idea. Systems design specialist, Adam R., recommended installing Geo-Lock wall anchors for the job.
Foreman, Jeremy R. installed the anchors. Geo-Lock wall anchors work to permanently stabilize foundation walls, and can usually straighten bowed in walls back to their original position. They are embedded into the soil, about 12 feet away from the home and are connected by galvanized steel rods. During dry months, the anchors can be tightened to straighten the walls.
Now Rose Y. is happy to know she has a stable foundation.
Wentzville, Missouri homeowner Jim needed his basement waterproofed. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and Team Woods developed a plan for him.
Foreman Greg H. and his crew installed TripleSafe, IceGuard, and WaterGuard. TripleSafe combines three pumps to make sure that the basement is always dry. The WaterGuard will send the water to the TripleSafe to be sent outside. The IceGuard will protect the basement from flooding when there is a clogged or frozen pipe.
Jim now has a clean and dry basement that he can use.
Greg and Ellen, Wentzville, Missouri homeowners, were concerned about the cracks that were forming in the drywall throughout their living area. They also noticed there were several doors that wouldn't latch anymore. They gave Team Woods a call and we developed the perfect plan for them.
Foreman Miguel and his crew installed Push Piers for the family. By installing Push Piers we move the weight of the home from moving soil to the solid bedrock and are able to prevent future settling. In many cases we can return the home to its original position.
Greg and Ellen can now rest easy knowing their home is safe and stable for decades to come.
Gloria of Wentzville, Missouri, wanted to waterproof her home, so she decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Nolan M. recommended installing a twin pack pump and IceGuard.
Foreman, Greg H. installed the products. The twin pack sump pump includes two stainless steel pumps which are at different heights in order to kick in to prevent flooding. The Ice Guard is placed on the outside of the home and it allows water to expel from the guards in case of pipes freezing or clogging.
Now Gloria K. has a dry basement home for years to come.
Wentzville, Missouri homeowners Mike and Elizabeth noticed hairline cracks in their basement walls. They gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Brenton K. developed the perfect plan for them.
Foreman Brad P. and his crew installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors for Mike and Elizabeth. Geo-Lok Wall Anchors use the earth to pull the wall back to its original position. By drilling a steel rod back behind the active soil line and anhoring it on both ends, we can provide the extra support the wall needs.
Since Mike and Elizabeth called early, we could straighten the wall on the same day as install.
Mike and Elizabeth no longer have to worry about how large the cracks will get.
Wentzville, Missouri homeowner John was frustrated with the cracks in his basement walls. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Jeremy R. developed the perfect plan for him.
Foreman Jose L. and his crew installed Push Piers to raise the foundation back into its original position and close the cracks. Push Piers were the perfect solution because they moved the pressure of the structure from the moving soil to the solid bedrock beneath. Since they are steel they will not rust and they are installed at a higher pressure than they will ever experience.
John can rest easy knowing his home will now be stable for decades to come.
Customer, Steve, experienced a settling foundation, including his chimney separating from the house. So, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for help. Upon further inspection, systems design specialist, Christopher B. recommended the installation of push piers.
Foreman, Jose L., installed the product. Push piers are made of galvanized steel and are mechanically pushed into the ground. They are used to stabilize and/or lift a sinking foundation. The weight of the settling structure is transferred from the unstable soil to the brackets and through the push piers.
Now Steve W. can enjoy his home for years to come without having to worry about a settling foundation.
Samantha was a homeowner in Wentzville, MO looking to sell her home. It had failed inspections due to a failing foundation so she gave Woods Basement Systems a call to help her. System Design Specialist Chris A. developed a plan to make her home ready for the new owner.
Foreman Jose L. and his crew installed Push Piers for Samantha. Push Piers are a steel rod that is drilled to the bedrock below the foundaiton. They reset the foundation and prevent any future settling by putting the pressure on the bedrock instead of the moving soil. Push Piers were the perfect solution because they have a written, transferable, life of the stucture warranty.
Samantha can be confident selling her home now and the new owners will have piece of mind for decades to come.
Howard F., Wentzville, MO homeowner, called Woods Basement Systems with concerns about flooding and leaks in his basement. Woods sent System Design Specialist David G. to assess the situation and come up with the ideal, custom-fit solution for Howard's issues.
Foreman Bradly P. and his team installed CleanSpace wall barriers to seal out harmful mold, mildew, and moisture to keep his basement clean and dry. Howard also elected to have a comprehensive solution of WaterGuard drainage systems along with Geo-Lock and PowerBrace wall anchors to remove excess water and prevent leaks at the source. Now Howard can rest east knowing he can prevent harmful water and microbial damage thanks to CleanSpace.
Howard F., Wentzville, MO homeowner, was alarmed to see his basement walls bowing in and bending. He called Woods Basement Systems for help and met with System Design Specialist David G., who designed a custom-made solution to solve Howard's problem.
Foreman Brad P. and his team installed PowerBrace support systems to reinforce the damaged walls. Made of steel i-beams, PowerBrace is a sturdy, easily-adjustable solution while providing long-lasting wall support. Howard can rest easy knowing PowerBrace will provide dependable support well into the future.
Wentzville, MO homeowner Gary S. called Woods Basement Systems with concerns of cracks around his windows and doors - common symptoms of foundation settling. Woods sent System Design Specialist Luke K. to inspect the home and designed the ideal fix for Chris's problem.
Foreman Miguel O. and his team installed push pier foundation support systems to level the home to its original position. Made of galvanized steel, push piers offer permanent support to level and stablize home foundations. Now Gary no longer has to worry about additional cracks or costly structural damage.
Tony S. of Wentzville, Missouri was troubled by his bowing foundation walls. Bowing walls are often a result of high water pressure in the soil. To support his foundation, a System Desing Specialist designed a solution.
Foreman Jeremy R. and his team installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Geo-Lock is made of galvanized steel so it will not rust or deteriorate. These wall anchors are designed to restore the wall to its original position and provide support for the foundation.
Tony can sleep soundly knowing his foundation will not collapse.
Ramona S was concerned when she noticed that her walls were beginning to bow. So, she decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Kevin E was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor Ramona’s basement. The Wall Anchor has two ends, one will attach to stable soil away from the house, the other end will attach to the basement walls. The device can be tightened and will straighten the walls overtime.
Zach H. of Wentzville, Missouri noticed that a few walls in his home's basement were bowing and cracking. He did not want the problem to get any worse or cause safety concerns, so he called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Chris T. assessed the situation and decided the best solution was to install wall anchors. 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. The steel anchors help stabilize and prevent further movement of the walls.
Zach H. no longer has to worry about his home's basement walls cracking or bowing. He now has stable and safe walls.
Alice C was concerned about the bowing walls in her basement. So, she decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Paul W was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor in Alice’s basement. The Wall Anchor has two ends, one will attach to a stable level of soil away from the house. The other end will attach to the basement walls. The device can be tightened and will straighten the walls overtime.
Shelly B was concerned when she noticed that her floors were beginning to sink. So, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems. System Design Specialist Brandon B was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jose L installed a Push Pier in Shelly’s basement. The Push Pier will be driven into a stable level of soil and support the portion of the house that is sinking. The device will also be able to raise the level of the home over time.
Bob B. from Wentzville, MO saw that his driveway was cracking and settling unevenly. This can happen naturally, due to the result of the weight of the concrete in addition to the weight of what the concrete is holding up. Aware of potential issues for the home and the possibility of tripping, he called Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Systems Design Specialist Peter N. visited the home and decided that the appropriate solution would be for foreman Bryan N. 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.
Bob is are no longer concerned about the home or the danger of tripping thanks to the installation of PolyLevel.
Melvin L. of Wentzville, Missouri noticed that water was collecting in his home's basement after heavy rain showers. He knew that some of the cracks in the basement floor were allowing water to come in, so he called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Chris T. assessed the situation and decided that the best option was to install a Waterguard drainage system, a TripleSafe sump pump, and seal the cracks in the floor. Foreman Ryan L. then traveled to the home to get the project started.
The Waterguard drainage system was placed above the footing of the basement. It accepts and drains any water coming up from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement. The TripleSafe sump pump collects and removes water from the basement through a discharge line. It is equipped with a primary, secondary, and battery powered pump. These pumps ensure for a dry basement no matter what happens. Finally, the cracks in the floor were backfilled with stone and covered with concrete.
Melvin L. no longer has to worry about coming home to a flooded basement. He now has a dry and waterproof home.
Tom L. of Wentzville, Missouri had a bowing and cracking basement wall in his home. He did not want this problem to get worse or cause more damage, so he called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Adam R. discussed the problems with the homeowner and decided the best option would be to install a few wall anchors. Foreman Bradly P. headed to the home to get the job started. Wall anchors extend from the inside wall of the home to the hard packed soil outside. The wall anchors stabilize the walls and prevent further movement.
Tom L. no longer has to worry about the wall in his basement bowing. He now has a stable and secure basement wall.
Sharon P. noticed that the concrete outside of her home was uneven and beginning to crack. Over time, this can occur as the result of the weight of the concrete in addition to the accumulated weight of what the concrete responsible for holding up. Realizing there was a situation
Systems Design Specialist Matthew S. evaluated the situation and determined that the proper solution would be to have foreman Juan H. install PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a foam injection that is simply installed in a 4-step process that is designed to lift the concrete back to its natural state.
Since the installation of PolyLevel, Sharon P. does not have to be concerned about her home being endangered from the uneven and cracked concrete.
Jane W. of Wentzville, Missouri noticed that water was collecting in her basement. She did not want to have to deal with this problem every time it rained, so she called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Jacob K. discussed the problem with the homeowner and decided that the best solution would be to install a Triple Safe sump pump and a Sanidry Sedona dehumidifier. Foreman William H. traveled to the home to get started. The Triple Safe sump pump has a primary, secondary, and battery powered pump that collects and expels water from the house even when the power goes out. The Sanidry Sedona is a lightweight dehumidifier that filters the air of water vapor, dust, mold spores, and other allergens.
Jane W. now has a dry and waterproof basement. She no longer has to worry about water collecting in the basement or water in the air.
Bill D. from Wentzville, MO was having problems with the concrete in the driveway of his home sinking and settling unevenly. Naturally, this happens over time as the result of concrete settling, due to both the weight of the concrete and the weight of what the concrete is responsible for holding up. Upon the realization of the issues that this could cause to the home, and the fear of tripping, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a free quote about resolving the issue.
Systems Design Specialist Nolan M. evaluated the situation and determined that the appropriate solution would be to install PolyLevel injections. Foreman Andrew T. installed PolyLevel, which is a foam injection that is simply installed in 4-steps and lifts the concrete to its natural state.
Bill D. no longer has to worry about the issues and dangers that the unlevel concrete was causing his home.
Adam and Jessica P. from Wentzville, MO were having problems with water coming into their partially finished basement. They called Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Upon Systems Design Specialist Thomas W.'s evaluation of the situation, it was determined that there was a leaking crack in their basement wall that was causing damage to the existing dry wall. The recommended solution was for foreman Bradly P. to install push piers and powerbraces to stabalize the walls and the house.
The basement was then waterproofed with several products including the WaterGuard, TripleSafe sump pump and IceGuard. The damaged dry wall was replaced with an inorganic wall material that prevents water damage and mold growth.
Adam and Jessica can now rest assured that their basement is dry and the foundation problems are resolved.
Steve B. of Wentzville, IL had noticed a couple of long horizontal cracks had formed along a wall on the inside of his home, so he called Woods Basement Systems. Design Specialist John S. inspected the issues Steve was having in his 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. Clearly this wasn't good for the home, so Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were the perfect answer!
Woods 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.
Steve has peace of mind that his foundation and retaining wall are safe and secure.
Linda and Mark C., homeowners in Wentzville, MO, were worried that some of their basement walls had developed diagonal cracks in the side of their basement wall. Weakened foundation walls can have a significant impact on your home's safety, qppearance, and value. Seeing this concerned Linda and Mark. System Design Specialist Michael T. evaluated and custom designed the perfect solution for their home.
Foreman Bradley P. installed The PowerBrace™ Wall Repair System which stopped their walls from eroding from hydrostatic pressure, frost, and expansive soil. The PowerBrace™ has steel I-beams that are secured to the joists above the wall with steel brackets. Linda and Mark are happy with their repairs and can sleep safe knowing that their walls are in excellent condition!
James and Christina B. of Wentzville, MO had cracks that spanned their foundation walls. They’d tried patching the cracks but the cracks would reopen and new cracks would form. They were worried that the cracks were a sign of larger issues so they called Woods Basement Systems. Design Specialist Brenton K. inspected the inside and outside of the foundation and recommended installing Geo-Lock Wall Anchors.
Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were installed along the cracked walls. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors permanently stabilize walls by connects wall plates on the inside of the walls to earth anchors embedded in stable soil in the yard using galvanized steel anchor rods. They are tightened to hold the walls firmly in place and can straighten the walls over time by tightening them during dry periods.
James and Christina B. have peace of mind that their foundation walls are secure and permanently stable.
Alice C. of Wentzville, MO was the agent in charge of a property that had cracks along the foundation walls. The cracks showed signs of water damage. The basement also had an old, failing sump pump in an open pit. Alice had been in the business long enough to know that these were signs of bigger problems that could drive the value down on a home so she called Woods Basement Systems. Design Specialist Paul W. inspected the basement and outside of the home and recommended installing Geo-Lock Wall Anchors and replacing the old sump pump with a new waterproofing system.
Woods installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors along the walls that had formed cracks on them. Galvanized steel anchor rods are driven through the wall and attached to an earth anchor that has been embedded in the yard. Steel wall plates are attached to the anchor rods on the inside of the walls and the rods are tightened. The Geo-Lock Wall Anchors permanently stabilize foundation walls and restore value to the home.
WaterGuard was installed along the perimeter of the basement, under the concrete floors. WaterGuard is a drainage system that sits away from any mud that may clog it and collects water from the walls and floors of the basement to drain away to the sump pump.
The Twin Pack Sump Pump System was installed to replace the old, open faced sump pump and pit. The two powerful pumps of the Twin Pack system sit in a sump liner with a lid so they are still accessible when needed but can be closed so as not to create a hazard like open pits do. The Twin Pack can handle severe weather conditions and even if the primary pump fails, the second pump will continue pumping encroaching out of the basement through the discharge lines. On the exterior of the homes, IceGuards were installed on the discharge lines. IceGuards slotted openings provide an escape route should the discharge lines become frozen in the winter so the water doesn’t come back into the basement.
Alice C. knows that the home now has more value because the walls are permanently stabilized and the basement is waterproofed.
Chris P. was from Wentzville, Missouri was worried about the cracks on the wall of his basement. In order to solve this problem, he called our team and got an appointment. Based on his specific problem, our system design specialist Jeremy R. designed a solution by Geo Lock Wall Anchors.
Geo Lock Wall Anchors are the supporters which stabilize your wall against the pressure coming from the land around your home. By the means of Geo Lock Wall Anchors, the walls with cracks are stabilized now and Chris is living in his home now whose basement is more comfortable.
Wentzville, Missouri homeowner Kristen W. was troubled by water leaking into her basement. The water risked damaging her valuables and caused a musty odor. System design specialist Thomas W. designed a solution to keep the water out.
Foreman Juan H. installed CleanSpace to the walls. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier that guides water to the WaterGuard. WaterGuard, a perimeter drainage system, collects and guides water to the TripleSafe sump pump system. TripleSafe is equipped with a main pump, backup pump and battery-powered pump to ensure the basemnet stays dry.
Kristen is relieved to know her basement is dry and her valuables are safe. With this waterproofing system, her basement will stay dry.
Shirley E. of Wentzville, MO had water leaking into her basement when the area experience heavy rains. The water would be in a puddle for days in the basement, threatening her home and personal belongings with water damage. Woods Basement Systems installed a drainage system perfect for Shirley.
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 to the yard. If this line becomes frozen or backed up, IceGuard will prevent the water from receding back into the basement.
Wentzville, Missouri homeowner Matthew R. was troubled by his uneven patio. The soil began to settle, and the concrete settled with it. This settling caused the concrete to crack as it became uneven. James S., system design specialist, designed a solution.
Foreman Gregory J. installed PolyLEVEL. PolyLEVEL lifts the concrete to realign it. It does not interact with the soil, so it is a long lasting, safe solution. Matthew is thrilled that his patio is safe and beautiful again.
Dawn and John K., Wentzville, Missouri homeowners, were concerned about their bowing foundation walls. High water pressure in the soil began to take its toll on the walls, and they began to bow inward. System design specialist Brenton K. designed a solution to support their home.
Foreman Todd W. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. Geo-Lock is a permanent solution to bowing walls. Geo-Lock, made of galvanized steel, is driven into undisturbed soil to ensure that the walls remain supported.
Thanks to Geo-Lock, Dawn and John can enjoy their home knowing their foundation will be supported.
Ed R. of Wentzville, Missouri was concerned about his bowing and cracking foundation walls. The water pressure in the soil had caused his walls to bow and crack.
Woods Basement Systems Foreman Jeff K. installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors to support Ed's foundation walls. Geo-Lock provides a permanent solution and can be adjusted over time as needed. The wall anchors restore the walls to their original position and provide support for the foundation. So, Ed no longer has to worry about his walls collapsing.
Eric E. become concerned when he noticed cracks starting to form in his Wentzville, MO basement walls. He wanted this problem solved quickly since cracks in the wall give water a place to enter and are typically signs of a larger problem. Eric called Woods Basement Systems to get this problem solved.
Woods team members came out and discovered that the cracks were caused by bowing walls. In order to fix these walls, Geo-Lock wall anchors were attached to the walls which are then attached to the untouched soil of the earth. Over time the walls eventually straighten, preventing any further bowing or cracks to occur.
When Lisa P noticed a crack on her Wentzville, MO basement wall, she knew something had to be done. Cracks in basement walls give water a place to enter, and that is the last thing she wanted. After contacting Woods Basement Systems, it was determined that the crack in the wall was due to the wall bowing inwards. By utilizing the Geo-Lock Wall Anchors, the walls will gradually straighten themselves out and prevent any further bowing or cracking.
Problems with the foundation of a home can be a headache for any homeowner. They can affect the value, appearance, and safety of the home. That is why when this homeowner in Wentzville, MO noticed his walls starting to bow, he contacted Woods Basement Systems.
Woods' team members went into the home and installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors to stabilize and gradually straighten the wall. With a life of the structure warranty, this homeowner can rest easy knowing he has a secure foundation.
When the residents of a Wentzville, MO home started to notice cracks in their basement walls, they decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a solution to their problem. After inspection from Woods' team members, it was discovered that the cracks were most likely caused by bowing walls of the foundation. Woods was able to fix this problem by installing Geo-Lock Wall Anchors to stabilize the house. These wall anchors will straighten the walls over time and prevent any further bowing.
James and Betty were unhappy with the coldness and their basement, especially in the winter. They planned to live in this house forever, but decided that they didn't want to live with this problem forever. Dr. Energy Saver came to their home and saved their basement by sealing it with spray foam. Now the basement is a perfect temperature year round.
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