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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 Grand Traverse County, MI.
Transforming a Williamsburg, MI Crawl Space
Matthew had recently bought his home and wanted to encapsulate the crawl space. After contacting Ayers Basement Systems, an inspection was set up and conducted. Based on the review, water was leaking through areas in the foundation, causing high moisture levels. The team at Ayers suggested installing the CleanSpace system. CleanSpace utilizes a heavy-duty plastic liner that creates a vapor barrier stopping any moisture. Matthew was thrilled with the conclusion of the installation!
Geo-Lock Anchors Stop a Traverse City, MI Bowing Wall
The owners of this Traverse City, MI building first became aware of their foundation problem when they noticed one of the most common signs of a bowing wall: the large stair step cracks in the before picture. When expanding soils push on walls, the pressure can become too much for a foundation to handle and will force the walls to bend inward. Bowing walls can cause numerous problems for your foundation and in some cases, mean the end of the structural integrity altogether. The solution in the after photo is our Geo-Lock Wall Anchor System. By attaching the wall plates in the picture to Geo Anchors outside, the wall can no longer bend inward. Not only will the system of steel rods, wall plates, and anchors stop the bowing motion - given enough time, the walls may even return to their upright position.
Traverse City, MI Basement Replaces Inadequate Sump Pump
We have probably all seen ugly sump pumps that just look like holes in the basement, just like the picture on the left, but that is not how its supposed to be, sump pumps should be clean, like the one on the right. We took this Traverse City sump pump and replaced it something that is loads better, the SuperSump. The SuperSump contains a pump stand (prevents clogging of any debris in the sump liner), pump alarm (for when the basement floods), and an airtight sump lid with a floor drain in it (helps water to go down but not air to come up). This homeowner should never have to worry about water problems in her basement ever again.