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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 Jackson County, MI.
Crawl Space Transformation for Jackson, MI Homeowner
Dexter and Deb wanted their crawl space encapsulated, so they contacted Ayers! Once an inspection was set up and conducted, the team at Ayers suggested installing CleanSpace and Drainage Matting. Drainage matting lays under the CleanSpace and houses divots to create paths for water to flow and drain out.
CleanSpace utilizes a heavy-duty plastic liner, encapsulating the entire crawlspace and creating a vapor barrier! CleanSpace not only made Dexter and Debs's crawl space waterproof, but it also looks better and will help their home be more efficient!
Upgrading to a TripleSafe Sump Pump in Jackson, MI
Our customer called after buying a house and realizing that the existing sump pump was not up to snuff. We replaced it with a TripleSafe sump pump and installed IceGuard on the discharge lines to protect against freezing lines next winter.
PowerBrace Saves Bowing Walling in Jackson, MI
We received a call from these Jackson, MI residents complaining about a bulging basement wall. Our system design specialist immediately identified the problem as a bowing wall, a common issue for foundations caused by added pressure from surrounding soil. Thanks to a wide variety of products, we can treat bowing walls interiorly or exteriorly. After meeting with one of our system design specialists, the couple decided they didn’t want to go through the excavation and invasiveness of an exterior solution and elected to install the PowerBrace system inside of their basement.
PowerBrace systems work by relieving the foundation wall of pressure and transferring it over to the steel beams. The beams are bolted to the floor joists in the ceiling using an adjustable bracket that will continue to force walls back to their original positions as time passes. The bottom of the beam is then attached to the concrete foundation slab. The condition of these walls will continue to improve until that “bulge” is a thing of the past.