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Leaky Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Repair Company Serving Middleville, Michigan

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

Repair Services We Offer in Middleville:

  • 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.
  • Concrete repair including cracked driveway and sidewalk repair, concrete sealing with SealantPro, and slab protection with NexusPro
  • Financing Available
  • FREE written estimates and inspections, and fast installation

Middleville, MI Foundation Repair & Concrete Leveling Contractor

Ayers Basement Systems is also an 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 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 Middleville,  MI. Contact us today!

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FlexiSpan Seals the Real Estate Deal in Middleville, MI

This Middleville, MI resident was in the process of preparing to sell her home when she gave us a call. Worried that water seepage through a small crack in her wall would hinder the sale, she sought us out looking for an effective solution that wouldn’t break the bank.

FlexiSpan was just the thing for her. The flexible polymer was plugged into the crack to create a durable seal that will hold back water. After the sealant was in place, a drainage layer was added in front of the seal. If any water should penetrate the first layer, it will flow down the wall behind the drainage layer and into the newly installed drainage system at the foot of the wall. Hopefully, the rest of this sale goes as smoothly as the installation of the FlexiSpan system.

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PolyLevel Paves the Way in Middleville, MI

Recently, the soil that was holding up the slabs of this Middleville, MI walkway had started to wash away. And without any soil below the concrete, the slabs began to sink bit by bit every time they were stepped on. Since there were only a few slabs that were visibly settled, the owner was thinking about just replacing them. After contacting us, we explained the benefits of concrete lifting instead. While the slabs would have been easy enough to replace, they weren’t the problem. The soil had washed away and would more than likely continue to, even with new slabs. A more permanent solution would involve treating the source of the problem: the missing soil and support.

For concrete lifting and leveling, we use the PolyLevel Injection System. PolyLevel is a waterproof and durable foam. Once injected below the ground, the foam fills in the voids left when the soil washed out and provides a new base for the slabs to rest on. The injections are controlled by our project managers and use only the necessary amount of PolyLevel foam to even out the path. A few minutes later and the walkway was all ready for use again.

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Tradeshow Attendee Chooses to Encapsulate Crawl SpaceĀ 

Ayers captured this Middleville homeowner’s attention at a tradeshow. Wayne had a crawl space in his home, and while it wasn’t damp—thankfully—he was informed on the benefits of encapsulating the space and decided to have our team come to his home and do exactly that.

Encapsulating a crawl space is a smart idea to eliminate water vapor that comes from the floor and through the walls, keep outside air from coming in, and seal off the home from the earth to keep critters out. CleanSpace is what we use to do this. This liner is thicker and more durable than other crawl space liners, and since it’s fixed to the floor and walls, it provides a foolproof, sturdy moisture barrier.

Coupled with our crawl space insulation for both the floor and walls, SilverGlo and Terrablock to help keep the floors above much warmer, CleanSpace cuts energy costs for Wayne and gives him peace of mind that the crawl space will remain dry for years to come.

Work Requests From Middleville, MI
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We have a crack that recently developed in our basement wall. This was discovered because after rain water started leaking through.
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We have a small cottage with a Michigan basement that we would like to know options for sealing to prevent moisture from getting into the living spaces.
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Noticing cracks in interior walls, cracked tile foundation settling. Believe floor joists in crawl space need to be supported/reinforced. Insulation under floor needs to be replaced.
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I have one spot that's pictured. Typically a small slow stream during heavy rain. And a couple windows that leak also.
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Would like two 10' x 10' concrete slabs immediately in front of garage leveled correctly to garage floor. Maximum lift would be approximately two inches on one side.
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Do you replace house foundations?
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Concrete foundation needs repair
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Our house was built in 2020 and we are seeing water in our unfinished basement. It is leaking from a crack in the wall. The basement is unfinished, but is framed and has insulation glued to the walls. We are looking for an estimate on a waterproofing solution so we can eventually finish this space without risk of flooding
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Need one possibly two egress windows in 2022.
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Egress window quote
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Have a couple slabs of concrete that I am interested in leveling
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We have a crack in our basement that runs the length of a wall. There is water leaking into the basement through the crack. It is apparent on the floor and discoloration in the color of the concrete.
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Settling concrete by garage entrance and walkway path.
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Water collecting at low point on side of house due to insufficient grade. Interested in French drain installation to drain gutters further into yard where grade slopes towards street.
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Our lake level is well above the basement floor.
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Water in crawl space
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We have a septic (pvc) pipe going out through a poured concrete foundation wall and it has started to leak around it. Guessing it's due to all of the recent rain we've had in the area. Would like to know what's necessary to patch it up and or block it from happening in the future.
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Woodchuck dug under pole barn. Section of cement tilted.
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We have a few holes in the fieldstone of our basement walls that need mortar repair. Some of them show sunlight right through, so we are concerned it is going to lead to rodent infestation.
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Foundation appears to be leaking.