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Ayers Basement Systems has been serving Free Soil, Mason County, MI friends, neighbors and family since 1981. We know that fixing a home is more than just a home to them. It's where their family lives and memories are made. Which is why we take our jobs seriously, and treat our customers as we would want to be treated.
So whether you have leaking cinder block walls, cement slab with water coming through it, bowing foundation walls, or a humid crawl space, we can help fix it. We've worked in Free Soil, MI for years and years, and would be honored to fix your home too.
Ayers Basement Systems is also an expert at fixing foundations and uneven concrete that may need to be lifted back into place.
These can all be signs of a foundation problem within the soils of the home.
The good news is, there's a way to fix it. Our team of foundation experts uses a slew of products made specifically for fixing foundation problems. They've been tested and proven to last to simplify your life and let you get back to the things you enjoy doing instead.
Contact Ayers Basement Systems today to find a solution for your home's foundation problem in Free Soil, MI. Contact us today!
Bowing Walls in Free Soil, Mi
Jon was experiencing bowing walls in his basement and it was clear to even the untrained eye. Jon knew the job required professional help so he contacted Ayers. Our foreman Evan was able to inspect the area and found no signs of water within the home. This meant he and his team could focus on stabilizing the wall.
The wall was showing clear cracks and with a glance, anyone could tell the wall had a curve to it. Evan and his team used a GeoLock anchor to correct the wall. A GeoLock anchor is installed by excavating the ground surrounding the compromised wall and installing a base that is secured into place with deep steel drives. On the opposite side, inside the home, a large metal plate is placed directly on top of the center of the cracking and secured to the wall with screws. The two pieces are bolted together and tightened till constant pressure is present. This pressure pulls the wall back into place and provides a permanent source of stabilization for the wall.
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