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Michael is 75 years old and has had water intrusion in his basement where the wall meets the ceiling for a while. The water would seep in whenever it rained and he would use a shop-vac and sand to sop up the water. He called Ayers for an inspection, and our crew determined that fixing the uneven concrete outside the home would keep water out. We would utilize PolyLevel and NexusPro to even the concrete and fix the cracks.
The PolyLevel system is used to repair sinking concrete by drilling minuscule holes into the slab and filling them with foam. The foam raises the slab and fortifies it to make it last even longer. NexusPro is a sealant that fills the cracks in the concrete. It is extremely withstanding to harsh weather so it will remain intact for years.
Michael was so grateful for the work Ayers did. Besides the fact that the uneven concrete was letting water into the basement, it was a tripping hazard for Michael. He never has to haul out the shop-vac ever again!
After intermittent water issues in the crawl space - regularly occurring but usually negligible amounts of water - our customer looked into his crawl space to find four inches of standing water.
We drained the water (the before picture is the immediate aftermath, where everything is still nice and soggy) and installed a Smart Sump to help with any future water accumulation, before encapsulating the crawl space with the CleanSpace vapor barrier system and drainage matting.
The Cruz family used their basement extensively to do laundry, watch sports and as a playroom. Their broken tile floor in the basement was not just an eyesore, but constantly allowed water in. The family decided to not just replace their floor with waterproofed elite plank in dark mocha. Our flooring is inorganic and waterproof, which means no more mold.
This homeowner called us because over time their basement wall had began to bow inward. This was a slow process and has horizontal cracks around the bowing. They weren't experiencing any water issues...yet. We assured them it was best to get it fixed before they did have a foot of water in the basement or before the foundation failed.
After a careful inspection and talking to the homeowners we both decided the best solution to the problem would be to install our Carbon Fiber straps. Carbon fiber is made of a very high tensile strength that is impossible to stretch. This makes it easy to adhere the carbon fiber to the bowing wall. This makes the wall stay where it's at without getting any worse over more time.
Six years ago Jess L. had concrete lifted at the meeting point between his garage and driveway. Recently he noticed that the concrete had settled about an inch around his garage door which made closing the door very difficult. We lifted the settled concrete in the garage/driveway intersection using our PolyLevel Injection. This is a great alternative to replacing cracked or settled concrete. This high-density foam fills any voids in soil particles, is waterproof and lightweight, and does not take long to cure.
Our concrete leveling specialist also recommended that Jess have the existing downspout extended to the yard to prevent water from washing out soil below the garage and driveway concrete which could lead to further settling.
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