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The CleanSpace system is a top of the line product that brings order to your crawlspace. Air quality is important in a home, and having an open earth crawlspace severely distorts your homes air quality by releasing a steady flow of water vapor into the air. This creates a very hospitable environment for mold and rot and will eventually lead to much bigger issues to deal with.
The CleanSpace encapsulation system solves these issues by creating a vapor barrier which traps and contains water vapor underneath the system and out of the air. The system is made of a sturdy, bright white plastic and improves the aesthetics of any crawlspace as well. It is also nearly impossible to rip so your crawlspace stays functional as you can still walk and store personal belongings on the system.
This old, leaky window needed to be replaced. Installation of the new energy efficient EverLast window took only a few hours.
This homeowner wanted to put their home up for sale, but the settling concrete was a major deterrent for prospective home buyers. In just one day, the concrete slabs were raised to their original positions and gave the home a much better appearance.
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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 Eaton Rapids, MI.
Anglea and Mark B. called because they had water entering their basement. The home did not have a sump pump and there was about an inch or two of standing water in the space.
We decided to install the SuperSump sump pump system to waterproof the basement. This system includes a sturdy liner and an effective Zoeller pump that efficiently collects and pumps water out of the home. The system also has an airtight lid that prevents water in the sump from evaporating into the basement and a floor drain that allows water to immediately enter the system if there was ever a flood or leak. To prevent the pump from getting clogged with dirt or other debris, the system also includes a pump stand that lifts the entire sump pump off of the ground.
Next we installed the IceGuard system to help water exit the home’s discharge lines even the pipes freeze, which prevents water from re-entering the home and causing a flood or large leak. We also installed a LawnScape outlet on the end of the discharge line to carry water out away from the home.
Angela D. had a partially finished basement that was in need of a proper waterproofing system. Water was seeping into the basement during heavy rainfall and she had the problem for the last 3 to 4 years.
We first installed the WaterGuard system to collect the intruding water and drain it into the home’s sump pump. WaterGuard is a specialized perimeter drainage system that was installed underneath the flooring at the base of each wall. Water entering the home through the wall is directed down into the system and then carried to the sump pump to be discarded from the home. We also installed an inspection port in the system that gives us access if ever needed in the future, since the system is installed underneath the flooring.
Next we installed the effective SuperSump sump pump system. This system has a sturdy liner and an effective Zoeller pump to efficiently collect and discard up to 2,220 gallons of water per hour!
The last part of this waterproofing solution was to make sure water is able to easily and efficiently exit the home. The IceGuard system was installed on the home’s discharge line to help water from the sump pump exit even if the pipes freeze and a LawnScape outlet was installed at the end of the discharge line to direct water away from the home and prevent it from flowing back toward the property.
The foundation wall in this Eaton Rapids, MI home had a severe horizontal crack that spanned almost the entire width of the wall. The wall was also bowing inward at the location of the crack and needed to be stabilized before it continued to shift and bow any further.
The CarbonArmor system was installed in order to stabilize the bowing wall and potentially shift it back to its original position over time. A strong epoxy resin was first applied to the wall to hold the CarbonArmor straps in place. The straps were then adhered to the epoxy and the wall was held in place, making it unable to move any further. These specific straps are made specifically for failing basement walls and are composed of a material that is 10 times stronger than steel!
Becky's home had a crack in the basement floor that was allowing water to flow through it and flood the basement. There were two sump pumps and both were running continuously. This was no new problem. It had been like this for 24 years. She was fed up, especially after one particular heavy rain in April when she vacuumed 250 gallons of water! When she called she explicitly asked us to bring our A-game and only send the best of the best. She had been abandoned by contractors in the past that never returned her call or wouldn't do the work. We weren't going to be another one of those contractors. We worked with her budget and came up with a solution that worked for her. We installed WaterGuard along the perimeter of a portion of the basement to capture water along the base of the wall and direct it to the sump pump for removal from the home. In addition, we added a crosstile along the area where water was coming through the floor crack. This collected water under the home and directed it safely to the sump pump for removal from the home. Finally, we added a TripleSafe sump pump that ensures that the home will stay dry at all times, even when the power is out. For years, Becky felt like she couldn't leave home because of the flooding. Now she can have a whole new life free from the same worries of basement disasters that she had before.