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Diverting surface water & moisture away from slabs are vital to keeping them intact. Once a slab is lifted with PolyLEVEL, all expansion joints and cracks are sealed with NexusPro™ commercial caulk.
Because concrete is porous, pressure on the outside of the house can build, forcing moisture through the wall and into the basement. CleanSpace Wall liner is applied to guide water down into the WaterGuard System -- not the basement.
Peak Structural went out to do an inspection on a front porch post that was beginning to pull away from the roof. Upon further inspection, it was discovered that it was not a structural or foundation issue but a sinking slab that was causing the beam to pull away from the home. The Peak Structural Crew went out and leveled the slab on the porch using PolyLevel.
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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized Basement Systems dealer in Monument, Colorado.
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.
When this Monument homeowner began landscaping his backyard, he noticed his window wells weren't in great shape. He decided to call Peak Structural for a free estimate to evaluate his options.
When Design Specialist Matt Marine began looking at the window wells, he saw they desperately needed replacing. The 3 existing wells were made of railroad ties that had started to rot. Water filled the window wells immediately when it rained, causing water to leak into the basement.
Matt proposed the installation of three new corrugated steel window wells, as well as steel grates with polycarbonate covers to prevent anyone from falling in. The homeowner decided to upgrade to have a Stacked Stone print on the window wells for a more aesthetically pleasing look.
The installation took one day, and now this Monument homeowner can rest easy knowing his window wells are safe from rot and his basement is safe from water intrusion.