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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 Charlotte, MI.
EverLast Window and SuperSump Dry Out Charlotte Basement
With water coming from the corner of the basement AND around the window, this customer was at her wit's end trying to fix the leak and resulting mold. She had already tried everything from a window well cover to backfilling the area outside to reduce the leakage with no luck. Then she called Ayers.
PolyLevel Helps Levels Out Charlotte, MI Steps
A realtor called us out to fix a few leaks before she had the basement finished and house placed on the market.
The ground directly in front of the home's porch had begun to sink. It may not be the worst problem to have, but it certainly doesn’t boost the listing price. PolyLevel is a noninvasive, waterproof foam designed to raise and level concrete that has begun settling into the soil. Thanks to a quick injection of PolyLevel by our production crew, the porch steps are as good as new. (Warning: There is no guarantee that snow will melt after a PolyLevel injection.)
Pouring a New Porch in Charlotte, MI
One of the newest products we have here at Ayers is shotcrete, and it’s pretty awesome. If you haven’t already, I highly suggest you check it out. This new process gives us the ability to create new concrete foundations almost anywhere, and a lot of customers have been taking advantage of it.
We received a call from a customer in Charlotte, MI where we had installed a waterproofing system last year. She had heard about our new service and was interested in having a new, slightly wider front porch. The first step for the team was removing the worn out concrete. Once the frame for the new slab was laid out and the support for the roof ensured, it was as simple as shooting concrete out of a fire hose. Which, as it turns out, is actually a pretty quick process. The after photo was taken when the slab was finished being poured. The crew would later return when the concrete was drier and reinstall the column supports.
If you’re interested in enjoying the summer breeze from a brand new front porch as well, then give us a call to find out more about our Shotcrete services.
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