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Basement to Beautiful Wall Panels are the premiere option for creating a comfortable, energy efficient basement environment.
ThermalDry Basement Floor Matting creates an inorganic barrier that will never grow mold or rot between the damp basement floor and the new carpet in your finished basement.
What started out as a small dip, this concrete slab had fallen enough to trip the homeowners on their way into the home. The solution to fix this problem without a big mess was PolyLevel. A combination of polymers are injected beneath the slab and used to level the slab.
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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 Okemos, MI.
Janeen G. of Okemos, MI had standing water in her basement before she gave us a call. Standing water can lead to humidity and moisture in the home, so Janeen wanted this taken care of as soon as possible.
Our solution? The SuperSump premier sump pump system and the WaterGuard French drain system. The SuperSump is a sump pump specifically designed to keep your basement dry for long periods of time. Capable of pumping 2,220 gallons of water per hour, it is suitable for heavy water intrusion.
The WaterGuard French drain system rests below the basement floor but above the foundation footing, collecting water that seeps into the basement from the walls. Once this water is collected, it is filtered into the sump pump -- the SuperSump -- to be pumped up and out of the home.
Paul S. of Okemos, MI had a sinking driveway, garage and walkway. This created a serious tripping hazard as well as an unattractive sight. After dealing with this for some time, he gave us a call.
Our solution for Paul was to use our patented PolyLevel injection foam. When we use PolyLevel, we drill very small holes the size of a penny in the slabs that need to be lifted and inject the PolyLevel foam. Afterward, we fill the holes back in, making them practically invisible. The process in itself is normally fairly quick, and following the injection, the slab can be driven on in 15 minutes.
Deven U. from Okemos, MI had water coming in from a hole in his foundation floor. On top of that, he stated that there was water coming from a hole in a tile. There was also water coming from the walls underneath one of the shelves. The basement is finished, so he didn't want to tear apart everything to find exactly where the leak was. To sum up, Deven needed our help to live comfortably in his home.
Our fix? The WaterGuard French drain system. WaterGuard rests below the basement floor but above the foundation footing, collecting water that seeps into the basement from the walls. Once that water is caught, WaterGuard redirects it to the home's sump pump to be pumped outside.
With this installment, Deven need not worry about water in his basement!
Robin T. lives in a quad level home. The lowest level has a low clearance and is not finished. She had sump pump, but water seemed to be coming up through the floor. Because of all these reasons, Robin gave us a call.
For this project, we installed two of our favorite products: WaterGuard and TripleSafe. We first installed the TripleSafe sump pump system. TripleSafe provides three levels of protection against water leakage. Whether it be normal water supply, heavy volumes of water, or in the case of a power outage, this sump pump is going to keep Robin's basement dry.
Next, we installed the WaterGuard French drain system. WaterGuard rests below the basement floor but above the foundation footing, capturing all the water that tries to enter the basement from the outside-in. Once the water lands in the system, the water is then redirected to the sump pump -- in this case, the TripleSafe.
In the end, these two systems working together are a perfect team for defending against water leakage.
Renee K. has a split-level home that was built in the 1950s. The lower level of the home had water leaking in even though she had a sump pump that was running. On the day that she called us she had to clean up about 20 gallons of water from the lower level.
Our solution? The WaterGuard French drain system. WaterGuard rests below the floor and above the foundation footing, collecting all the water that enters into the home's basement through the foundation walls. After the water is collected by WaterGuard, it is redirected to the sump pump and pumped outside.
With this installment, Renee no longer needs to worry about water in her basement!
Steve had noticed water seeping in through the floor of his basement. Once it seeped in, the water would typically flow to the perimeter of the room around the edges. To go along with the leaking floor, the windows had also started leaking and causing problems. Hoping for a complete basement waterproofing, Steve turned to Ayers for help.
The first step to waterproofing the basement was the installation of a perimeter drainage system, WaterGuard. The WaterGuard system was placed in the joint where the floor and wall meet to collect the water as it rushes to the edges of Steve's basement. To install WaterGuard, the crew excavated the foundation floor and made room for the system. Since part of the concrete was already excavated, the crew also took the time to install our most reliable sump pump - the TripleSafe system. The system features two different backup pumps that will keep out all running water. With the floor leaks handled, they moved on to replacing the leaking windows. They added in new glass block windows and used our EverLast waterproof frames to fully protect them. The frames and the glass block will work together to ensure that water never leaks through the windows again. Steve's basement is now fully protected from the floor to the ceiling.