Midwest Foundation Repair recently installed SmartJack manufactured here in the USA to stabilize a sagging floor. If you are noticing sagging or bouncy floors call today for a free estimate.
Can sump pumps be installed in basement closets in Waterloo, IA? Yes, they can! Midwest production experts installed a sump pump and pit inside a basement closet. The benefits are easy access for annual maintenance aka Midwest Care Club.
Oskaloosa residents noticed sagging floors due to old support poles in the basement. They reached out to Midwest Foundation Repair for support to fix the bounce and slop in the main level of the home. After a free inspection, the homeowner said "yes" to the recommendation of Supportworks SmartJack System. Four advantages of SmartJack System are quick installation, any time of year with minimal disruption. Zinc-plated and galvanized steel components prevent rust. Immediately lifts sagging, sloping floors back up, and supports loads that exceed the standard residential home.
The homeowner is pleased with the SmartJack System installed by Midwest Foundation Repair experts.
High humidity, standing water, and sagging floors. These are the symptoms a homeowner in Hudson, Iowa reported to Midwest Basement Systems when he sought to our help. The issues all stemmed from the crawl space.
The crawl space was made of clay so water could not properly drain on its own. This water led to the building humidity and excess moisture, which led to rotting support jacks underneath the floors, which eventually led to the sagging floors in the home.
The production team installed a sump pump to drain the standing water, then installed drain matting and CleanSpace barrier to reduce moisture buildup, and new rim joists to stabilize where the floors had started to sag. This extreme renovation not only helped to solve the homeowner's problems but also prevents the leaks from reoccurring in the future. This is how we help restore our customers' peace of mind!
Rodney M. was tired of having snow shovel catch during the winter months and he noticed the shape of his concrete was starting to decline. Looking for a solution to prevent further damage from occurring he brought up his concerns during an annual maintenance call with Service Tech Brandon Rost, who was able to identify and provide a one-step solution for Rodney’s needs.
Brandon was able to pinpoint that the concrete drive and sidewalks were impacted by unsealed joints which were causing voids to form allowing water to enter. We were able to provide a permanent solution using NexusPro Joint Sealant, as well as a hydrophobic poly to stabilize the voids and prevent further movement. After we completed the work not only was Rodney happy with how fast the project came along but he also noticed an impact on visuals and aesthetics of his home!
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