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Basement Waterproofing, Foundation Repair, & Crawl Space Repair Company Serving St Joseph County, Indiana

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 St Joseph County, IN.

Services we offer in St Joseph County:

  • 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.
  • 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 sealant SealantPro, and concrete slab protector NexusPro
  • Financing Available
  • FREE written estimates and inspections, and fast installation

Before and After Pictures from St Joseph County


Egress Window Gives Light to a Bedroom in Osceola, IN

An effort to finished this basement in Osceola, IN turned into adding in a basement bedroom. Unfortunately, the bedroom wouldn’t be too inviting the way it was. The only window was a small rectangular block high on the wall. To make the room feel more homelike and less “basementy”, not to mention meeting safety codes, the owner had decided to upgrade that rectangle to an egress window and well.

First, the crew removed the original window and filled in the hole with block wall material. Then came the installation of the egress. An egress window will benefit this basement in more than just adding light; the well and window are made of inorganic plastic material so they won’t erode or leak. The comparison between the before and after photos shows just how much of an effect a one-day installation can have for a basement.


Finished Basement Window Installation in Osceola, IN

This customer had recently finished the basement in their home. It was being used as an office space and bedroom. Unfortunately, those submarine style windows were making it unsafe. According to building codes, when using your basement as a living space, it is a requirement to have an additional exit aside from the entrance. Egress windows are the solution! They not only provide a large and safe exit, but they also allow additional light in the space, making it more lively.



PolyLevel Repairs Unleveled Sidewalks and Dirveway in Osceola, IN

Robert G. contacted us because he was looking to have his sidewalks and driveway leveled. They had sunk about 3-4 inches due to a weak soil issue below the slabs, but luckily our team of experts knew the perfect solution.

We used the PolyLevel system to raise and level out the uneven slabs. We started by drilling small, penny-sized holes into the concrete. The holes were then injected with a specialized polymer material that expanded to immediately lift the slabs. This system used dense and lightweight polymers level out the slabs and deal with the weak soils below that were no longer strong enough to hold the concrete in place. To fill in any cracks or gaps between the slabs, we used the NexusPro Joint Sealant that seals off the gaps and prevents them from expanding over time.

Work Requests From St Joseph County, IN
Project Location: St Joseph, IN
I have 2 very small jobs. I need the newer sidewalk that rose this winter, to meet to the old sidewalk. I also need some concrete injected at the corner of the garage . The drive no send water into the garage. Simply lifting that part of the driveway should stop it.