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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 Otsego County, MI.
Theresa and Don have been residents to their home for 10 years and since they moved in they have had on and off troubles. They use their crawlspace quite often and the odors are just getting worse. They decided to get everything taken care of with our CleanSpace, SilverGlo, and SaniDry system. Each product helps keep their crawlspace completely dry ridding the area of moisture!
This customer called us because he wanted to level out the uneven sidewalk leading up to his home.
We used the PolyLevel system to raise and level the settled concrete and prevent it from sinking again in the future. This system used lightweight polymers that were injected into drilled holes in the cement slabs. The polymers were dense enough to expand and lift the slab, but light enough to address the weak soil issue that caused the sidewalk to sink in the first place.
This crawl space in Elmira, MI was like most, dirty, dark and a little damp. A damp crawl space is not something that you should wait around and think about fixing. If your crawl space is wet even just a little there is probably mold and mold can cause many problems for your home and even health issues.
Our team of experts decided that our CleanSpace system would be the best solution to fix this crawl space. CleanSpace works to encapsulate the entire crawl space from any outside elements. This product is a very bright white so it works well to brighten up the crawl space while also protecting your home. When it is manufactured, an antimicorobial additive is put in and this makes the material so no mold can grow on the liner. If you need to stop water vapor from entering your home, brighten up your crawl space and get rid of mold we recommend installing our CleanSpace system.
The basement in this home was experiencing a few inches of standing water and their sump pump was constantly running and not able to keep up.
Our team of experts here at Ayers were able to install our WaterGuard system, a TripleSafe sump pump and an IceGuard outlet for the winter months. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system installed above the footing and it works to direct all water that comes in through the walls and floor to the sump pump. Our TripleSafe sump pump is top of the line. The sump pump comes with a lid so no water can re-evaporate back into the air, it has an alarm if the water ever get to high, and it has a batter for backup in an emergency and the power goes out.
John and his wife Janine of Gaylord, MI constantly worried about the lack of an emergency escape exit in their finished basement. With their grandkids spending a significant amount of time down there our friends knew they needed to have an egress window put in. The couple gave us a call and expressed their concerns. A short time later we sent a member of our System Design Specialists team to John & Janine’s home.
Our friends welcomed us into their home, and we tailored an egress window design to meet their needs. The Rockwell Premier egress liner has a beautiful stone look and is made of super durable plastic to make it long lasting. This product also allows more natural light to reflect into your basement. Thanks to a team effort John & Janine have tackled their emergency escape worries and have ensured the safety of all guests spending time in their basement.
Smart Jacks work because they are installed on a solid ground unlike your home's foundation and light-weight solutions such as the red post in pictures. We dig beneath your foundation and create a stable ground to fasten the steel posts; then, attach the post to a large square footing and the appropriate support beam on the ceiling. The weight of your home is safely spread onto our solid ground. Now, this home is leveled - free from oddly sloped floors and wall cracks.