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We raise settled concrete with our permanent PolyLevel slab solution. PolyLevel relies on the unique qualities of expanding polyurethane foam. The foam is injected beneath a concrete slab, where it expands into voids, instantly raising concrete!
PolyLevel, our state-of-the-art technology, is the most effective, longest lasting solution. It is under warranty that your concrete will not settle more than 0.5 inches in 5 years.
A crumbling basement wall could be a water issue, structural issue, or both. The best way to identify the problem is to call us to set up a free inspection of the home.
Our patented Push Pier System or Helical Pier System will permanently stabilize a foundation, and potentially lift the home back to level.
We would install one of our perimeter drainage systems along the edge of the basement floor. Our drain directs all water into our sump pump system that would also be installed in the basement. Water that tries to enter the home would be discharged away from the foundation.
We have 2 crawl space insulation solutions. TerraBlock is our padded sheet material with a vapor barrier on both sides, suitable for crawl space walls and rough, uneven floors. SilverGlo is our 2-inch thick radiant barrier with tiny graphite particles that reflect heat and lower conductivity.
We recommend installing either foundation piers to stabilize, repair, and restore the foundation OR our PolyLevel slab solution. One of our Service Advisors would need to inspect the home to determine the proper solution.
Baker's Waterproofing can stop leaks through concrete slabs in roofs and patios with our Elastomeric Coating. For other leaky cracks, it can be repaired as a part of our perimeter drainage system.
A home's concrete structure is a porous material with cracks, holes, and joints in it, causing wet basement walls. Although, the cause of the problem does not always stem from the outside of foundation walls. Contact a waterproofing company to identify what is causing your leaky basement.
First, a small sump pump pit is dug for the liner and pump to be placed in the low-lying corner of the basement. A special outlet connects a perimeter drain to the sump pump system, and clean gravel is back-filled around the sump pump liner. Lastly, the floor is restored with new hand-poured concrete.
This could be the result of another problem, for example, a plumbing leak. Make sure to work with an honest company that will correctly inspect the root of the problem.
The most common way that water enters a home is through the foundation wall-floor joint.