Kalamazoo, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Traverse City
This homeowner gave us a call after working to finish his basement. In order to qualify his basement room as a bedroom, he needed to add an egress window that could double as an emergency exit. We were able to determine a sufficient location for the window and expertly install it. In the end, the window turned out great!
This Winamac, IN customer was interested in having a new Egress window installed for a basement bedroom. The crew installed one of our energy efficient EverLast windows and accompanying well and cover. These products are made from inorganic plastic that promises not to rot, rust or crack like traditional metal windows and wells. Not only will this basement have a much brighter look to it, the window is also waterproof, making sure this room stays dry. Because after all, waterproofing is what we’re all about here at Ayers.
The addition to Ron and Sandra’s house was sinking and their windows were sticking. They called our team and so we installed SmartJack. SmartJack is a system designed to stop your settlement issues. Floors above crawl spaces are vulnerable due to the moisture and soils in your crawl space and the SmartJack system is a permanent fix to these issues. It uses steel columns, threaded rods and a solid base to address any issues your crawl space may introduce to your home. Installing this system usually takes less than a day and it provides immediate stabilization.
Kathy had a bowing wall in her basement so she called our team. We installed the GeoLock Anchor System. This system permanently stabilized Kathy's wall. In most cases it can eventually straighten the wall back to its original position. It is done by putting heavy anchors in stable soil away from your foundation wall. This system is ideal because it involves minimal disturbance to your lawn and home.
A customer had foundation issues which was causing water to enter his basement through his window. Most windows offer minimal protection against outside air and moisture entering the home due to poor insulation around the window. Egress windows help ventilate your indoor areas and prevent unwanted allergens from entering your house.