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We were called to this home in Kenosha, WI when the homeowners were tired of having to clean up water every time it rained. They were also concerned about the floor above the basement because it started to sag. This home already had some posts in the basement but they were failing, resulting in the floor above to sag.
We came in and not only took care of the water issue, but installed our SmartJack System. This system is made of galvanized steel which will not rust, provides immediate stabilization and lift and has a high capacity supporting over 60,000 lbs.
The SmartJacks replaced their failing posts and now will provide them with the protection and security that they have been looking for.
We replaced this old window and well with an EverLast Window and a SunHouse Window Well. The new window is much clearer and allows more light into the basement. The SunHouse Window Well not only looks better, but also lets more light into the basement due to the specially shaped sides, color and sloped bottom.
After calling us for an estimate on 4 wall cracks and a sump pump replacement, the owner of this home in Fontana, WI decided we had just what he needed. We not only repaired his wall cracks but installed a SuperSump pump system.
One of the great products that we have is the BrightWall Panel System. BrightWall is a semi-rigid, waterproof panel that is fastened to the wall. They add a semi-finished look while brightening up the basement. The panels are easy to clean and with the special fasteners that we use, the panels are secure to the wall. Pairing these panels with a waterproofing system means that you won’t have to worry about moisture or water coming in through new areas of the wall. The panels are tucked right into the WaterGuard System so it will manage any issue that may arise behind the panels.
This is showing the discharge line coming out of the house and buried to a bubble pot. This takes the water being pumped out of the basement away from the house. The white item that you see near the house is an IceGuard and that is used if the discharge line becomes frozen. That will assure that the water doesn't back up into the basement.
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