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BrightWall Panels Complete an Egress Project in Greenville, MI

BrightWall Panels Complete an Egress Project in Greenville, MI

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BrightWall Panels Complete an Egress Project in Greenville, MI BrightWall Panels Complete an Egress Project in Greenville, MI

We received a call from these Greenville, MI customers less than a year after they installed a new Egress window into their basement. While the window had been installed correctly, whoever handled the installation hadn’t taken the necessary steps to prevent future complications. Water was seeping through the blocks whenever it rained heavily and leaking down to the floor, damaging the block walls along the way. Since looking at water damaged walls day in and out can grow a bit tiring, the couple gave us a call, hoping for something a bit more appealing.

Our Brightwall panels were attached over the block walls. The real benefit of BrightWall panels – besides not being an eyesore – is that they allow for drainage behind them. If water continues to leak through the stone walls, it won’t damage or grow mold on the rigid plastic panels. Instead, the water will flow down the stones and into the perimeter drainage system (pictured in the after photo) that the crew installed. Things are looking a whole lot brighter for this Greenville, MI home.

Note: The after photo is not the completed project. Concrete was poured to cover the drainage system at the bottom of the picture.

WaterGuard Eliminates Moisture in Greenville, MI Basement

WaterGuard Eliminates Moisture in Greenville, MI Basement

Before After
WaterGuard Eliminates Moisture in Greenville, MI Basement WaterGuard Eliminates Moisture in Greenville, MI Basement

After assessing this Greenville, MI basement, we knew our WaterGuard system would be perfect to help keep it dry all year round. WaterGuard is a track system installed around the perimeter of the basement. The floor around the perimeter of the basement is removed, the system is installed, and concrete is then poured back over. The system prevents water from puddling on the floor by directing the flow to the Sump Pump and outside of the house. This system is extremely reliable and functions with ease, all while discreetly hidden underneath the floor. 

Note: after picture was taken before concrete was poured back over WaterGuard.

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Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Repair Company Serving Greenville, Michigan

Ayers Basement Systems has been serving Greenville, Montcalm 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 Greenville, MI for years and years, and would be honored to fix your home too.

Repair Services We Offer in Greenville:

  • Wet/flooded basement waterproofing solutions.
  • Lifetime warranty on all perimeter waterproofing systems.
  • Foundation and structural repair solutions.
  • 25-year warranty against manufacturing defects on foundation products.
  • Crawl space sealing with CleanSpace vapor barrier.
  • Egress window solutions.
  • 25-year warranty on crawl space encapsulation systems.
  • Concrete lifting and leveling powered by PolyLEVEL to repair sidewalks, driveways and uneven steps.
  • Financing Available
  • FREE written estimates and inspections, and fast installation

Greenville, MI Foundation Repair & Concrete Leveling Contractor

Ayers Basement Systems is also expert at fixing foundations and uneven concrete that may need to be lifted back into place.

We often see problems like:

    • bowed foundation walls,
    • cracks in drywall indicating foundation settling,
    • uneven front steps,
    • sidewalk tripping hazards,
    • doors or windows that won't shut without force.

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 certified 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 Greenville,  MI. Contact us today!

Job Stories From Greenville, MI
PowerBraces Stablized Bowed Basement Wall in Greenville, MI

This basement wall was bowed inward and had a large vertical crack that was allowing water to leak into the home. The PowerBrace system was installed which used steel I-Beams and a joist reinforcement method to effectively stabilize the foundation wall without negatively affecting the floors above. The braces stretched floor-to-ceiling, with one end installed in the floor at the base of the wall and the other end attached to the floor joists above. After tightening the system, the beams acted a brace to hold the wall in place. A tightening kit was also provided to aid in the straightening of the wall over time.

Cracked and Bowed Greenville, MI Wall Stabilized With Wall Anchors

This Greenville, MI Church had a cracked and bowed basement wall that needed to be fixed to ensure the building was up to code. There were cracks on both the inside and outside of the wall.

We installed the effective Geo-Lock wall anchor system to hold the wall in place and prevent it from continuing to bow and crack. Strong earth anchors were embedded into deep soil outside of the wall and connected by a steel rod to a wall plate that held the shifting wall in place. Once the system was tightened, the wall would no longer bow or shift out of place. The system can also be used to potentially straighten the wall back to its proper position over time.

We also installed wall anchor covers to ensure the look and feel of the basement was not disturbed.

Settled Greenville, MI Slabs Restored With PolyLevel System

This Greenville, MI home had multiple areas affected by slab settlement that the homeowner wanted resolved. The sidewalk leading to the front porch, the slab coming out of the garage and one slab within the garage were all cracked and settled.

We used the PolyLevel system to raise the sunken slab and address the weak soil issue below that was the root cause of the settlement. We drilled small holes in strategic locations on each affected slab in order to inject them with specialized polymers. These polymers were dense and lightweight to hold the weight of the slab without putting too much pressure on the soil below. Once the holes were injected, the polymers expanded to lift the slab back to its proper position. We also sealed any cracks in the slabs with NexusPro joint sealer to ensure they did not spread or increase in size.

Settled Greenville, MI Slabs Restored With PolyLevel System - Photo 1
SmartJacks Stabilizes Sagging Beams in Greenville, MI Crawl Space

Amy P. had an addition to her home that was not on the main foundation. The add-on was not done correctly and they had sinking beams that needed to be addressed.

We installed the SmartJack system to stabilize the sinking beam. We first installed multiple steel beams to replace the ineffective wood beams that were unable to hold the weight of the floor and home above. Next, we excavated cubes of soil at each SmartJack location, filled it in with compacted stone and then installed a structural footing that holds the system in place. The jack was then installed on top of the footing and attached to the steel beam above. The system was tightened into place to lift and stabilize the sagging beams.

SmartJacks Stabilizes Sagging Beams in Greenville, MI Crawl Space - Photo 1
Waterproofing Partially Finished Basement in Greenville, MI

These homeowners wanted to get a system installed that would waterproof their basement. The basement was partially finished with a crack on the north side and they were not sure if there was mold or mildew present. 

 

In order to waterproof the basement we installed the WaterGuard system that uses drainage pipes to collect and discard water that enters through the walls or through the crack in the home. We removed flooring around the interior perimeter of the basement in order to place the pipes. We made sure to place the pipes slightly away from the wall so water has room to drain from the wall into the flooring and then into the pipes. The system was also installed on top of the footing to prevent dirt or debris from clogging the system. Once the water enters the pipes it is taken directly to the home’s sump pump and then discharged from the home. The end of this installation involved covering the dug out trench with cement to fix the flooring but a small section up against the wall was left uncovered so water could enter into the pipes. We also installed an inspection port in the system that gives us access if a problem occurs so we do not have to rip the flooring up again.

Bowing Wall Repaired Before Home Sale In Greenville, MI

This homeowner gave us a call when he was trying to sell his home. He had an offer and things were moving along just fine until the home inspection. Unfortunately, the bowing wall in the basement was a deal breaker. This wall needed to be fixed so the home could go back on the market an get sold.

We came out and used a series of wall anchors along the affected area to help support the wall and provide an opportunity to straighten the wall over time with tightening. We excavated a small amount to soil on the exterior of the wall and removed the paneling on the interior. Geo-Lock earth anchors were buried in the ground away from the home and were connected to long steel geo-lock c-channels on the inside using steel rods. This provided strong even support across the wall and reduces the pressure that was causing it to move inward. The soil was filled back in on the exterior of the home and graded properly. Now this homeowner can refinish the wall and get his home sold. We look forward to seeing how it works out for him.

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Work Requests From Greenville, MI
W. Orange St in Greenville
Wet basement with paint peeling because of wet walls
S Barry St in Greenville
Over last winter crack formed in our foundation and roughly a 1 cubic foot chunk of the foundation fell off.
E. VanDeinse St in Greenville
Would like to install an egress door and window in basement
Sw Greenville in Greenville
Michigan basement that needs cleaned up. New metal footings for 1 beam. Recommendations welcome
South Johnson Rd in Greenville
I have a fieldstone foundation that has deteriorated morter joints, letting some moisture and sand into the basement.
Peck Rd. in Greenville
Small leak in the unfinished utility room of basement. Selling home and need estimate to get it fixed before I can sell house. Would like it fixed as cheap as possible and as soon as possible.
Velma Drive in Greenville
Currently with the heavy rain that west Michigan got.. our downstairs carpet was soaked. We pulled up the carpet because it was unable to be saved. Once the carpet was pulled up we saw that our foundation has cracks and that is where the water was coming up from. We need to have an estimate as to what needs to be done and the cost so we can start this project. Feel free to email back or contact me via phone. thank you!
Wabasis Lk Dr. in Greenville
Crack in basement wall from top to bottom it does not leak at all
W. Washington St in Greenville
Currently we are dealing with a crack in the rear part of the house in the basement. bowing of the front room floor's. and 2 cracks that are heading north and south in a jagged form. i believe that the house is starting to tilt towards the north. thank you for your time. hope to hear from you soon.