Drain tile is a great long term solution to water intrusion. It's typically installed with vapor barrier and a sump pump in order to meet the requirements of transferable warranty.
Vertical Steel Wall Restraints
Bracing walls prevents further inward movement on bowing in walls.
Sump pumps can pump about 50 gallons of water per minute. Talk about a dry basement.
Dig and Push
It's self explanatory for the most part. We dig up and expose the outside of a foundation, raise your home, push the wall back to a level condition, set your house back down, stabilize the wall, and backfill the trench.
We encapsulate crawlspaces to create more storage room, eliminate moisture, and it just looks better. Sometimes we install steel posts as seen in the picture to support and raise the floor. Drain systems and sump pumps are good to have as well.
Epoxy Crack Repair
Epoxy and injection is another way to keep a dry basement. We usually do grading as well when doing epoxy to assure a dry basement.
Have a room downstairs and wanting it to be considered a bedroom? An egress window acts as a safety precaution in case of fires or emergencies.
If you're starting to notice cracks in your drywall, doors not opening and closing properly, floors sinking or settling, this one's for you. We can stabilize and lift foundations so that they cannot continue to settle over time after we drive steel below the foundation to stabilize your home from the footer (what most foundations are built on)
Adjustable Steel Posts
If your floors are uneven and your fridge is wobbly, it may be a sign that you need some posts installed. We can raise homes from the 2'x2'x1' concrete pad we pour. We secure the posts to the 6"x6" wood beam against your floor joist.
We take everything except paint!
Rebuilds and new builds, our masons
got you covered!
Retaining walls, french drains, sod, turf,
grading, swales, downspout extensions etc.
“Bob, simply, just does great work! I didn’t feel like I was being taken advantage of and the end result fixed my problem. I highly recommend him!"
TODD JOHNSON, MISSION KS