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Moisture in your crawlspace means higher humidity levels. Your wooden joist system needs to be in a dry, clean environment, or you run the risk of mold and weakening the structural integrity. Our CleanSpace Encapsulation system keeps crawlspaces dry year round!
Edie called Peak Structural to schedule an appointment citing that her home was unusually cold in the winter despite a fully functioning heating/cooling system. Hearing her concerns, Jennifer, the office manager, scheduled a design specialist to inspect the home, and provide a solution and free estimate. Upon his arrival, Eric, the design specialist, identified the origin of the problem to be the vented dirt crawlspace. Eric provided Edie with a solution to encapsulate her crawl space using the CleanSpace encapsulation system, SilverGlo (insulation panels), and Smart Pipe and Super Sump for water mitigation which she soon approved for installation. After the installation Edie was extremely satisfied with the results; not having to worry about overpaying for her heating and cooling bills, Edie can rely on the newly installed products to keep her crawl space clean and dry!
Michelle had just recently bought a new home. The home was perfect and everything was just as she had expected except the garage. The uneveness of the garage floor was bothering Michelle and every time she drove in to park she could feel the jolt as the tires went over the uneven gap between the two concrete slabs by the garage door. Tired of this everyday nuisance, she called Peak Structural to fix the issue in a conservative, long-term, and cost efficient way: PolyLevel.
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Basement flooding is a common problem that homeowners experience, and the water damage can be a major hassle to clean up and repair. That's why it's always a good idea to call in a professional basement waterproofing company like Peak Structural, INC., with the experience and skill to make your basement safe, dry, and watertight for the long-term. Why let that extra space go to waste by leaving your basement musty and damp when you can transform it into a functional living area or storage space? Peak Structural, INC.'s basement waterproofing services will repair any moisture damage you might have and transform your basement into the comfortable space you've always imagined, with solutions that will last through any weather!
If you're working on improving your home's comfort and stability, don't let your crawl space go overlooked. Crawl space problems can quickly spread to the rest of your home, manifesting in uneven floors, wall cracks, and even unpleasant odors, so it';s a good idea to take care of any damage right away. Peak Structural, INC. offers crawl space repair and crawl space encapsulation that will keep the area safe from excess moisture and mold. Our CleanSpace vapor barriers provide the best sealing possible, and we also provide thermal insulation, support jacks, and dehumidifiers to keep your crawl space in a healthy condition. Best of all, all of our crawl space encapsulation systems come with a 25-year warranty!
Along with our basement waterproofing and crawl space repair services, we also offer high-quality foundation repair to keep your Colorado Springs, CO home stable and secure. If you've noticed wall or floor cracks, bowing walls, or any other signs of foundation settlement, contact Peak Structural, INC. right away to prevent further damage and protect the structural integrity of your home. We provide wall anchors, wall braces, and slab piers to keep your foundation walls stabilized and straight. Our foundation repair experts are fully trained and certified to handle all of your foundation problems, and will guarantee lasting solutions.
The outside of your home is just as important as the inside, so it's important to make sure that your sidewalks and driveway are properly maintained. Cracked or uneven driveways or sinking concrete steps and sidewalks can pose a serious safety hazard, so don't hesitate to contact Peak Structural, INC. for our concrete leveling and lifting services. Our PolyLevel polymer injections are the best in the industry, and will guarantee the stable and flat groundwork your home deserves.
If you're ready to waterproof your wet basement, encapsulate your crawl space, or invest in foundation repair or concrete leveling, Peak Structural, INC. is your best choice for all of your home improvement needs! Contact us for a free estimate in Colorado Springs, CO!
Thor is the home owner of a Colorado Springs home. Recently, his basement had started to experience flooding issues. Concerned about these floods, he contacted Peak Structural for a free, homeowners estimate. One of our expert design speicliasts was sent out to his home and inspected the entire surrounding area. After finding the issue, he suggested Thor have both the WaterGuard System and the TripleSafe installed to efficiently and effectively pump the water to the exterior of the home. Thor agreed to move forward with the installation and is very happy with his dry basement!
Sherry owns a lovely home in Colorado Springs, CO where her and her family reside. Overtime, the space between her walls and floor began to grow larger. Worried about this movement, she contacted Peak Structural to schedule an estimate she knew she could trust. One of our expert design specialists came out to Sherry’s home to conduct a thorough evaluation of the issue. After the inspection, she sat down with Sherry and explained the issue. The concrete floors beneath the flooring placed in her home, was settling. This was causing the gap to increase as the slabs sunk. As the most effective solution, our expert recommended Sherry go with our PolyLevel Injection to permanently raise and stabilize the slabs. After hearing the many benefits of this great product, she decided to move forward with the project and is so happy she did!
Aaron and Wendy own a beautiful home in Colorado Springs. Unfortunately, they have been experiencing issues with water leaking into their basement. Wanting to prevent any further damage and protect their home, they decided to contact a professional. After scheduling a free estimate with Peak Structural, an expert design specialist was sent out to the home to conduct a thorough inspection. Once the specialist had a chance to see the area, he was able to diagnose the issue and explain to the homeowners that their concrete slabs on their patio were actually settling. Not only an eyesore, the cracks also allowed a passage way for water to seep through into the basement. As the best solution, he recommended that Aaron and Wendy go with both the Polylevel injection and NexusPro. With these two products combined, the concrete slabs will be lifted, stabilized, and sealed-preventing any further leakage. Not wanting more water flooding into their home, they decided to move forward with the project and are so happy they did!
John and Susan have owned a home in Kiowa for a few years. Unfortunately, over those years, they have noticed their floors starting to sink in the corners of their living room. The carpet sank below the base of the wall, showing a large gap between the floor and the wall. Worried about their largest investment, they searched online for structural experts to come inspect their home. They found Peak Structural and scheduled a free inspection and estimate. The expert went over their problems, discussed their goals, and then thoroughly inspected the home. He explained that their floors were sagging due to soil movement around their home. Water had moved some of the poorly compacted soil around the home, causing the basement slabs to settle. Pleased with the explanation and amazing customer service, John and Susan decided to permanently stabilize and lift their basement slabs using the PolyLevel Concrete Lifting solution. PolyLevel can usually be installed within 1 day, and it comes with a five year warranty. After the installation, Anne and Stephen expressed how comfortable they were because they trusted Peak Structural Inc. to solve their problem permanently.
Karen’s window well at her Colorado Springs home was beginning to rust. Not only this, but the grate she was using as a cover was just not keeping water and trash out anymore. Wanting to replace this well with a better, more updated version, she got in touch with Peak Structural for an estimate. One of our expert design specialists came out to the home and after an evaluation of the well, recommended that it be replaced with our steel window well and cover. Deciding to move forward with the installation, Karen is so happy with her new and improved window well!
Mark owns a home in Colorado Springs that has been experiencing some flooding issues in the basement. Wanting to prevent any further damage, he got in touch with Peak Structural to schedule a free estimate. One of our expert design specialists was sent out to Mark’s home to properly assess the situation and recommend the best solution. After the initial evaluation, the specialist recommended that Mark have the WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing system installed along with the TripleSafe. With the Waterguard specifically engineered not to clog and the TripleSafe having multiple back up pumps, Mark’s basement will undoubtedly be kept dry. Happy with the results, Mark is excited to not have to worry about any more flooding.
Amanda owns a home in Colorado Springs, CO. After her recent promotion, she decided to finally finish her basement. She hired some contractors for quotes to finish the basement bedroom, but they told her she needed to hire a professional to install an egress window for the bedroom to meet Colorado Springs regulations. The contractors recommended she call Peak Structural. As foundation specialists, Peak Structural Inc. has the knowledge and training to install egress windows directly into a foundation – a service most window companies cannot provide. During the inspection, she felt comfortable and confident she could trust Peak Structural install her egress window without compromising the structural integrity of her home. Her new egress window allows more natural light into her basement while providing a safe emergency exit for the basement bedroom.
Janet has a dirt crawlspace that she would like to transform into a clean storage area. She had previously laid plastic on the floor, but it was not doing as much as she had hoped. Wanting a better and more permanent solution, she contacted Peak Structural for an estimate. A professional design specialist came out to her home to inspect the area and suggested she have the CleanSpace Encapsulation system installed. This product would encapsulate the crawlspace, keeping it clean and dry. Deciding to move forward with the installation, Janet’s crawlspace has become a neat and energy efficient storage area!
The driveway of Larry’s home in Colorado Springs is completely uneven and has several large cracks. Not liking the appearance and worried about tripping hazards, Larry contacted Peak Structural to schedule a free estimate. One of our expert design specialists was sent out to the home to inspect the area and recommend the best solution. After seeing the driveway, the specialists recommended that the slabs be lifted and level using the PolyLevel Injection. He also suggested that the large cracks be filled with NexusPro. Wanting his driveway leveled and knowing this was the best and most permanent option, Larry moved forward with the installation and is so happy he did!
Julian’s home in Colorado Springs, CO had very old, wood window wells around the home. Wood wells are more vulnerable to floods, causing concern for the home owner. Worried that the basement would flood, Julian called Peak Structural for a free estimate. One of the design specialists came out to his home to conduct a thorough inspection of the window wells and provide the best replacement. After the inspection, the specialist suggested the Julian have his window wells replaced with a steel version with both covers and ladders. This will minimize the chance of flooding to almost nothing! Happy with the result, Julian will no longer have to worry about his basement flooding due to his wells!
Diane’s son lives in a basement bedroom in their Colorado Springs, CO home. In the last major storm, water leaked into his basement bedroom and bathroom. To keep water out of their finished basement forever, Diane decided to schedule an appointment with Peak Structural Inc. During her free appointment, an expert informed her that the water leaked into the basement through the foundation walls due to inconsistent coverage of the waterproofing membrane. He designed an engineer-quality plan to permanently waterproof their home using the WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing System. Diane was thoroughly pleased with the proposal, and decided to continue with the installation. The WaterGuard System captures water seepage through walls and is nearly invisible when installed. The WaterGuard catches water before it reaches the basement floor, then transports it to a sump pump to move it outside. Once it was installed, Diane was comforted knowing that the WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing System would never clog and very happy with how it looked.
Jimmi – a Colorado Springs, CO homeowner – has owned his beautiful home for ten years. Finally fed up with his dirty, rusty window wells, he decided to have experts install new ones to improve his home’s appearance. He browsed online and found Peak Structural Inc. Impressed by their many awards for customer service, Jimmi called to schedule an appointment with an expert design specialist. The expert addressed all of Jimmi’s concerns during the appointment, explaining the exact cost to achieve Jimmi’s goals and how the installation would proceed. Jimmi trusted Peak Structural Inc. to install two window wells on his home. The quick installation and employees’ professionalism made Jimmi happy he chose Peak Structural for his window well installation.
Sue owns a lovely home in Colorado Springs. A few years ago, she had a project done by a different structural repair company on her basement walls. There were very large cracks in multiple locations and instead of fixing the issue, they only filled the crack to make it appear better. When the problem came back, Sue went with a professional who would correct the issue permanently. She made an appointment with one of Peak Structurals expert design specialists for a free estimate. When the specialist completed the evaluation of her walls, he explained that her walls were bowing inward. This was due to the high pressure of the soil coming from the exterior of the home. As the best solution for this issue, the specialist recommended several Powerbraces to be installed. This product would keep the walls from moving and push them back to their original position over time. Happy that her walls will not suffer from any more damage, Sue’s basement walls will crack no more!
Jeff owns a home in Colorado Springs that he’s been renovating. His next step is to fix and level his concrete patio, but for this he needs a professional. After hearing about Peak Structural, he called the office and scheduled a free estimate. An expert design specialist was sent out to conduct an inspection of the home to see what options there were. After the initial evaluation, the expert recommended the PolyLevel injection as the best option to level the concrete slabs. This product lifts the concrete by using polyurethane foam. Polyurethane is injected underneath the slab, where the foam then expands, leveling the driveway or sidewalk. With such an easy and permanent fix, Jeff is so happy to have an even patio again!
Andy has owned his home in Colorado Springs, CO for 12 years. In that time, he has noticed water pools around his front porch after rain and snow. Worried about the potential damage it could cause his home, he called Peak Structural to schedule a free in-depth inspection to address any problems and find the best solution for his needs. The expert design specialist inspected his home and offered a permanent solution to his water problems. The expert suggested that Andy dig a trench drain that runs the water to the SuperSump Premier Sump Pump system. This sump pump system can pump up to 2280 gallons per hour. The SuperSump pumps the discharge water 10 feet away from the home to ensure no water damages reaches the home’s foundation. Andy was very pleased with the friendliness of Peak Structural’s employees and the permanent solution to his water problem.
Veronica owns a home in Colorado Springs. She recently noticed a leak coming into her basement from her egress window. After asking around, she decided to book an extensive, complimentary inspection with an expert design specialist from Peak Structural. The expert came out, explained why the problem occurred, and offered a custom solution to prevent any further water damage to her basement. To keep water from flooding her basement, our team installed the WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing System along the perimeter of the basement. This patented system collects all the water off the walls before it reaches the floor and filters out the dirt to prevent clogging. When installed, the WaterGuard system is nearly invisible, so visitors will rarely notice it. She was glad to permanently keep water off her basement floor and protect her valuables from mold and water damage.
One common problem that will occur in a dirt crawlspace is that there is too much humidity which can result in a very unhealthy environment. This is an issue that Mike and Tina realized needed to be resolved. As the homeowners, they decided to get professional help from Peak Structural in order to get the job done as best and efficiently as possible. Design Specialist Justin Castillo was sent to inspect their home and after his evaluation, suggested that the Crawlspace Encapsulation System was the best option. After the customers decided to move forward with the proposed solution, Foreman Stephen Walan and his crew successfully encapsulated their crawlspace in less than two days. Mike and Tina can now rest assured that their crawlspace is now safe and damage free!
John and Valerie have a lovely home in Colorado Springs. Recently, they noticed some settlement in various locations on the exterior of their home. Recognizing a possible safety hazard, they decided that it was best to seek professional help in order to protect their most valuable investment. After contacting Peak Structural, Design Specialist John Virgadamo was sent out to assess the situation. John found several uneven concrete slabs that needed to be stabilized. He proposed Polylevel as a solution to the homeowner and the decision was made to do what was necessary to stabilize the concrete. In only three days, Foreman Eric Boeding and his crew were able to successfully meet the expectations of the customer and lift the exterior slabs of the house, restoring the homeowner’s investment.
Clement is a homeowner in Colorado Springs that contacted Peak Structural in May of 2015. That year the rains had started earlier than usual. Several severe rainstorms wreaked havoc on the basement and it started to flood. The problem was not fixable through DIY methods, and tired of facing the same issue, Clement called Peak Structural to do the job.
A design specialist was sent out to inspect the property and damages, and soon after the installation team was working their magic. Peak Structural installed a complete waterproofing system including WaterGuard, a SuperSump, a Triple Safe Sump, and IceGuard. Together these products were able to fix the problem permanently. As a member of the Peak Care Club, Clement has Peak Structural's service technicians visit the property every year, and it's reported the home has not had any water intrusion issues.
Norman and Pat in Colorado Springs noticed that their Chimney was leaning and pulling away from their house. They became concerned with what they were seeing and called Peak Structural to come out and look at what was happening and provide them with an estimate for what it was going to cost to have this fixed.
Peak Structural Design Specialist Isaac went out and did a thorough inspection of what was happening with Norman and Pat's chimney. Isaac provided them with an estimate to have push piers installed to help fix this problem.
The Peak Structural Crew reached Norman and Pat's house and began excavating for the push piers to be inserted. Once the holes were dug Push Piers were installed to straighten and lift the leaning chimney. Once the piers were put into place they saw the leaning chimney straighten out and meet back with the house.
Jim has a house in Colorado Springs that was getting water into the crawlspace. He knew that if he didn't not get the issue looked at and resolved, the issue would simple become worse. He called Peak Structural and set an appointment to have a Design Specialist to come out and inspect what was happening in his crawl space.
The best solution for Jim's issue included 3 sump pumps to make sure the water was drained from the crawlspace and a complete encapsulation so the crawlspace would remain sealed and dry.
The Peak Structural Crew began by draining out the existing water and once it was dry and the wet dirt was replaced, the encapsulation process began. Once the encapsulation was done and the WaterGuard drainage system was installed, the sump pumps were added.
Jim is thrilled with the work and now can rest easy knowing that his crawlspace is clean and dry and ready for whatever the whether forecast is.
Jim writes, "The crew was excellent. They showed up as advertised and completed the project on time. They took minimum breaks, explained what they were doing, answered questions and were extremely courteous and professional."
Kerry C. is a property managers and has multiple properties that she is running. Kerry discovered that two of her properties had beams bowing in the crawlspace she called Peak Structural. We set an appointment for one of our Design Specialists to go out and take a look at both properties on the same day and provided her with an estimate for each. Kerry decided that this issue needed to be fixed before it became any worse.
The next step was to get the Peak Structural Crew out and fix both buildings' beams in the crawlspaces. Peak Structural worked with Kerry and found days that would work best for her. The team spent 2 days out at both properties had within those two days SmartJacks and new beams were put into both crawlspaces. Now Kerry can continue to run her properties knowing that the once bowing beams in two of her properties are now new, straight, and supported.
Cynthia lives in a beautiful Victorian home that was built in 1896 located in Colorado Springs. With the house being over a hundred years old, Cynthia began to notice her cellar walls were bowing and during heavy rains there would be water that found its way into this cellar. Cynthia called Peak Structural and we were able to get someone out to give her a no cost estimate on what it would take to repair the foundation on such an old home. Once the estimate was provided, Cynthia moved forward with the project. Our Peak Structural Crew arrived on site and began digging and preparing to install wall anchors. Once the holes on the exterior home were dug and the cellar was prepared the crew began their work. Geo-Lock Anchors were installed into the 100 year old home and in order to prevent from the walls from deteriorating more than they already were shotcrete was placed on the walls and then smoothed out. Now Cynthia can rest easy knowing that her Victorian styled house that is more than 100 years old is safe and secure. Cynthia was extremely impressed with Peak Structural and the work that was done in her home.
In a review she wrote, "...The finished results were even better than I had expected. The extra finishing touches on the concrete were a pleasant surprise especially since this wall is in an unfinished cellar that no one sees. The project crews were pleasant and prompt, and showed commitment to doing their jobs accurately. I would definitely consider Peak Structural for future projects."
Mike had water coming in through his basement walls and floors. He needed someone to come out and prevent this from happening before the snow began to melt and make things worse. He called Peak Structural and our team went out to meet with Mike and provide him with his no cost estimate. Once Mike received his written estimate, he agreed to proceed with the work. Nathan and his team went out and began waterproofing Mike's basement. They also replaced the window wells. Mike was very pleased with the work that was done by Nathan and his crew and can now rest easy knowing his basement is dry and warm.
The biggest issue with slab repair, is that the reason for the cracking and settlement just is not being addressed. It's the soil movement beneath the slab that's cause the damage. Methods such as Mudjacking & total concrete replacement address the slab itself, but aren't doing anything about the dirt.
Homeowner Jack P had had enough of the ugly, cracked sidewalk in front of his house. But more importantly, the slabs were sinking in different directions causing tripping hazards all over the place. And when the safety of grandchildren becomes an issue, something must be done. Jack decided to tear it all out and pour a brand spanking new sidewalk leading up to this front porch.
Well, it looked great.....but not for long. Finishing up the work right before rainy season left plenty of room for soil movement. And that's just what happened. His beautiful new, level sidewalk turned into a beautiful new, tripping hazard once again.
So Jack called Peak Structural out to fix the underlying issue. The soil. Design Specialist John Virgadamo prescribed PolyLEVEL to Jack's sinking sidewalk. The Polyurethane Injection not only will lift the sidewalk slabs right back to a level position, but compacts and waterproofs the soil underneath the slab, so it doesn't react to different moisture levels throughout the seasons.
Jack is pleased with his stabilized sidewalk, and even happier that it comes with a Nationally backed, transferable warranty.
Foundation Wall failure sometimes isn't as easy to fix as you might think. Band-Aid solutions that a handyman may prescribe, just won't cut it. If you're not addressing the REASON for you problem, you'll experience the same issues time and time again. There can be many moving parts to "why" a wall is failing.
That is just what Manon Kregor experienced in his home. The hydrostatic pressure (lateral force of expansive soil) on the outside of the foundation was so strong that the wall began to bow. This created long, horizontal cracks on the interior of the wall, allowing water to push its way through and into the basement. But where there's a way in, water fill find it. Not only was moisture present in the wall cracks, but substantial seepage at the floorjoint of the wall, and through the wall itself!
Peak Structural Design Specialist Peter Crain identified each of the issues, and installed a number of products. The FSI Geo-Lock Wall Anchor System, The WaterGuard Piping System, an Epoxy Injection of the cracks, and our CleanSpace Wall liner.
All of these patented products work to stabilize the bowing wall, collect water intrusion from the floor joints BEFORE it floods the basement, seal the crack in the wall from air and moisture, and to guide any water making its way through the wall.
Manon now has a fully waterproofed basement with no future risk of bowing wall.
Windows are great for providing egress to a basement, as well as filling it up with natural light. But what happens when your window wells begin to fill up with water from rain or snow? You get a free aquarium, that's what. An aquarium that can't wait to leak into your basement.
Lynn in Colorado Springs, Co not only had water seepage from the floor flooding her basement, but her wells were filling up and spilling over the sill into the basement.
Peak Structural's Isaac Vigil (Systems Design Specialist), diagnosed the problem and designed the WaterGuard Waterproofing system in her basement. While the WaterGuard collects water attempting to enter at the floor, it won't help with the window well filling up. The Basement Systems WellDuct is a great solution. The WellDuct is a drain placed at the bottom of the well, with piping carrying the water through the foundation wall to the interior WellDuct. The water will then fall down the wall and into the WaterGuard where our state of the art Sump Pump systems do the rest.
Lynn can now rest easy when it rains, knowing that her Window Wells are protected.
The majority of the time, when basements are flooded with water, the seepage occurs on the floor where the foundation wall meets the slab. However, because concrete is porous, hydrostatic pressure on the outside of the wall, can force water not only through the floor joints, but can actually course water THROUGH the wall itself!
That's just what Helen, in Monument, CO experienced with her basement. An old stone & mortar foundation, Helen had water appearing on the face of her foundation wall and cascading down the interior right into the basement.
She then called Peak Structural out for an inspection, and Systems Design Specialist Brandon Armstrong stopped her problem. Brandon called for WaterGuard to be installed along the perimeter, and the Basement Systems Cleanspace Wall Liner along all leaking parts of the foundation. This ensures that any moisture/water that makes its way into the basement, will be guided down the wall, right into your interior piping system. This water is then sent away by a Sump Pump.
Helen can now rest easy knowing that any way water tries to flood her basement, she's covered on all ends.
It's not often your home is really put to the test, but in the Spring of 2015, many homeowners got the chance. With this region of Colorado seeing more rain than ever before, water was a force to be reckoned with. Unfortunately, this means water intrusion.
And that's just what Jim experienced with his beautiful basement in the Broadmoor area. Water entering from nearly every wall of the house, and a soggy, muddy crawlspace to top it off. Design Specialist Pete Lobo of Peak Structural prescribed a full perimeter repair plan to ensure this finished living space stays dry, and stays dry ALL the time.
Pete proposed the Basement Systems' WaterGuard Drainage System, coupled with the best Sump Pump system on the market -- The TripleSafe Sump Pump. With large basements such as this, one must have a pump that can withstand large volumes of water. And since the WaterGuard channels water from along the entire perimeter, common pumps purchased at hardware stores just won't cut it.
Additionally, Jim decided that it was time to kiss his muddy, yucky crawlspace goodbye. Peak installed the CleanSpace Encapsulation system, isolating the crawlspace away from the dirt, mud, and cold foundation walls. The result will be a dry, clean crawlspace that can be used for storage.
Now, Jim can make repairs to his basement knowing that water intrusion is a thing of the past.
For years, Jeff had put up with an uneven driveway slab and settling garage concrete slabs. At first, it wasn't so bad. But over time, Where the driveway meets the garage just sunk lower and LOWER. By the time Peak Structural made it out, the lip was about a 2.5". Not only is this a tripping hazard and unpleasant to look at, but a driver must apply the gas pedal just to climb over the hump and into the garage to park. Additionally, the weight of the vehicles inside the garage began causing the slabs to sink.
Design Specialist John VirgaDamo prescribed the Basement Systems PolyLEVEL system. Chaun Diblasi and his crew swung in, and popped Jeff's slab right back into position.
Now, thanks to Peak, Jeff can idle right into his garage.
Melissa and Thomas contacted Peak Structural for an estimate to stop water from entering their basement every time it rains.
Peak’s Design Specialist Matt Marine expertly assessed the problem for them on-site, and found the best solution to their problem to be the WaterGuard Interior Drainage System.
Crew foreman Taylor Kirby, and his team Joe and Cameron performed the installation. Melissa and Thomas were very excited with the completed work, and couldn’t say enough about the professionalism and cleanliness of the crew members. Melissa said they did an awesome job with her basement, and she and her husband will be referring everyone they can to Peak Structural in the future!
Thank you, Melissa and Thomas for the high remarks! We hope you enjoy your dry basement for years to come!
Susan R. of Colorado Springs, CO was searching online for a solution to constant water getting into her basement due to relentless rain when she came across Peak Structural. After some due diligence reference checking, Susan contacted us for help.
Design Specialist Isaac Vigil visited Susan, and took his time assessing the issue both inside and outside the home. He explained everything to Susan, making sure she understood everything that was going on, and proposed a waterproofing system tailored to her specific needs.
Crew foreman Taylor Kirby, and his team Joe and Phillip installed a WaterGuard System for Susan’s basement. They were very professional during the entire process, stopping every so often to answer Susan’s questions, and explaining how it worked. After the installation was complete, the system was tested, and Susan was extremely happy to have a safe and dry basement once again.
Thank you for being such a great customer, Susan, we’re happy you don’t have to worry about your basement flooding ever again!
Connie H. had some settling in her front porch patio, and contacted Peak Structural for a permanent solution to her problem. When Connie called in to the office, she was able to set an appointment for 3 days later to have a free estimate performed at her home by Design Specialist Matt Marine.
Upon inspection, Matt was able to determine that the proper solution to Connie’s problem would be with two 3-inch Helical Piers, and two Angle Irons, used to raise the patio back to its proper placing.
Crew foreman Will Campbell and his team Aaron and Zach completed Connie’s project for her, and gave her the assurance she needed that there would be no more settling in this area. Connie was extremely pleased with not only the job that was done, but the attention paid to her by all parties involved, from the office staff, to the Design Specialist, and especially the installation crew. Great job, guys!
Connie has said that she would highly recommend Peak Structural to anyone looking for structural repairs in the future. Thank you, Connie!
When Laura and Nick M. remodeled and finished their basement, they were ecstatic with their new space, until a bad rain storm came in and flooded the area. That was when they called Peak Structural for help.
When system design specialist, Ross Schaulis, arrived at the home, he saw something that was all to common; a beautifully finished basement ruined by water damage. Ross proposed a full perimeter Waterguard system, which includes a Triple Safe Sump Pump.
The Waterguard system works in two parts: when water enters the basement along the wall, the water is carried to the core of the system, the Triple Safe Sump Pump. From there, the water is pumped out of the basement and away from the foundation outside.
Nick and Laura were thrilled with this solution, and can now refinish their basement knowing they will never have to worry about water damage again.
When Brent R. began noticing his basement wall bowing inward, he decided to call Peak Structural. Systems Design Specialist Tony Casados came out to evaluate the home, and saw exactly what Brent was worried about; a severely bowed wall.
Brent was sure that he would have to tear his house up and spend a fortune to replace the entire wall, until Tony showed him the Foundation Supportworks PowerBrace System. The heavy duty, zinc plated steel beams are cut to fit your basement wall, after which the top of the beam is secured to the floor joists and the bottom of the beam is anchored to the concrete floor. The installation was fast, taking only one day to install 6 PowerBraces throughout Brent's basement, and the beams can be tightened periodically to help straighten the wall over time.
Brent can now rest easy knowing that he stopped his bowing walls will now begin to straighten and will not be causing more severe damage to the rest of the home over time.
David G. had growing cracks in multiple rooms of his house for years. One day, he decided enough was enough and called Peak Basement Systems for a free estimate to address his concerns. Peak came out the following Monday and diagnosed the root of the problem-a sinking and settling foundation. David put Peak to work shortly thereafter.
Utilizing 16 Foundation Supportworks Geo-Lock wall anchors, the crew finished work in a mere two days. Made of galvanized steel, Geo-Lock wall anchors begin installation with a plate that is secured to the failing wall, while connecting steel tie backs are pushed 12 feet into the earth, connecting to an anchor that secures the wall for years to come. Wall anchors can be tightened by the homeowner and are accompanied with a lifetime warranty through Peak.
David and his family can now rest easy knowing that their walls are secured for good.
Scott D. had growing concerns about the continually sagging floors in his home, along with the creaking noises and feeling of instability that accompanied the issue. Realizing ignoring the problem would only make it worse, Scott called Peak Basement Systems to conduct his free estimate.
Design Specialist Robert Scarola evaluated the condition of the sagging floors, and recommended that Scott install four strategically placed SmartJacks to resolve the issue. Scott was thrilled by the solution Robert suggested, and even more ecstatic that he could pick the installation date right at his kitchen table. SmartJacks, made of galvanized steel and designed for easy installation, are attached to the floor joist in the crawl space, which boosts and stabilizes the floors above.
The installation of SmartJacks in this Colorado Springs home took just one day, and Scott was pleased to walk on a level floor once again.