Crawl space located in Cottage Grove, OR where we did a full encapsulation with CleanSpace material, isolating the posts to ensure they stayed dry and mold free.
These homeowners had leaky basement walls and called John's Waterproofing to help them. We suggested finishing their basement with our Thermal Dry Flooring and Everlast Wall Panels. Thermal Dry flooring has raised pegs underneath to create an airspace and keep water from getting into the basement. EverLast walls are neutral-colored wallboards that are immune to mold and moisture damage.
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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 Lane, OR.
"I don't have any water or issues I just need to repair my vapor barrier." We hear that a ton! Many homeowners will shy away from calling us because they are afraid that we are going to push them into buying a system they don't feel they need. Have no fears, our trained inspectors are not looking to push you around. They are looking to give you the system you need. In this case, it was a new vapor barrier and vent covers. We also removed all of the fallen insulation and debris from the space for the homeowner.
Our crews went on a job in Junction City after the customer had called our office with complaints about a wet and leaking basement. Our team installed a WaterGuard system, BrightWall paneling, a SaniDry dehumidifier and a TripleSafe sump pump in the customer's home. The combination of these products working together will keep water and moisture issue out of the customer's basement. Ensuring a dry and healthy basement for years to come.
Our teams recently went to a home in Fall Creek to help a homeowner who thought that his downspouts were putting water back into his home's foundation. Our inspector, Vincent suggested installing a LawnScape Outlet.
Manuel and his team quickly set out to fix Ron's downspout issue. They installed a LawnScape Outlet which is an underground downspout extension that connects the downspout to a special LawnScape outlet. This sends the water away from the foundation while camouflaging the end of the pipe. It is the best solution for downspout extensions that are over 7 feet long and is a popular choice for sump pump discharge lines. LawnScape Outlet also has a removable lid for easy cleaning.
Now that our system is in place Ron no longer has concerns about water affecting his foundation.
Our crews recently went on a job in Veneta after a homeowner had called about their wet crawlspace. Our team replaced the old and virtually useless black plastic lining in their crawlspace with a new lining. A SmartSump sump pump was also installed to prevent future water intrusion. The customer now has a dry and healthy crawlspace for years to come.
A homeowner from Elmira, Oregon had given us a call with concerns about their wet crawl space. Our crews went out and first removed all the debris from the crawl space. Then they installed CleanSpace encapsulation system on the floor and walls of the crawl space. The CleanSpace keeps out any moisture or water vapor from coming into the crawl space from the floor or walls. It also adds a nice-looking clean finish. CleanSpace also helps keep out pests. A SmartSump sump pump was installed in the crawl space as well. The SmartSump in perfectly designed for crawl spaces. In addition to the powerful pump, the SmartSump also has a built-in WaterWatch alarm system. So in the event of a plumbing leak, the alarm will sound to inform the homeowner that there is a problem while draining the water away before any damage is done. Now that homeowner no longer has to worry about water damaging their crawl space and home.
This new home in Marcola Oregon had a great deal of moisture and water in the plot of land the home was being built on. The owner was worried about water coming into the foundation over the years so they opted to have us come out and wrapped the foundation in Paraseal. This is a thicker exterior side waterproofing membrane used in new home construction to prevent water from entering the crawlspace. Most builders opt instead for the simple damp proofing accepted by code. This damp proofing is little more than black paint and wears away over time allowing for water and moisture to enter the space.
This home is now protected from water intrusion for years to come and ready to continue building his perfect home.
A homeowner in Walterville, Oregon had called our office with concerns about their wet crawl space and its effects it could have on the rest of their home. Our crews went out to help. After all of the loose debris was removed from the crawl space, CleanSpace encapsulation system was installed on the walls and floors of the crawl space. This liner prevents any moisture or water vapors from coming into the crawl space through the walls or floors, which means no new mold growth. It also helps to lower energy costs and keep out pests. Our crew also installed SmartDrain plumbing leak system. SmartDrain alerts the homeowner to a plumbing or other leak in the crawl space while draining the water away until the leak can be fixed. Now the homeowner can have peace of mind about their crawl space for years to come.
A homeowner had called after noticing her home had a bit of a draft and really cold floors. Her heating and cooling costs were also quite higher than she would like. Our crews went out to the home in Cheshire, Oregon to fix the problems that were originating from the crawl space. After clearing out all of the debris in the crawl space, they installed CleanSpace encapsulation system on all the walls and floor of the crawl space. CleanSpace not only prevents moisture and water vapor from coming into the crawl space, but it also separates the cold dirt ground of the crawl space from the rest of the house which helps keep floors warmer and lower heating costs. This home, like many others, had an open vented crawl space. Having an open vent means that any hot, cold or humid air from outside comes directly into the crawl space and therefore the rest of the house. Our crews installed an insulated vent cover to stop this from happening. Now the only air that the homeowner needs to control the temperature is the air inside her home, instead of the air from outside. Now the homeowner can enjoy her warm home and lower energy bills.
We received a call from a homeowner in Vida, Oregon who needed help with her wet crawl space. Our crews went out and first cleared out all the debris in the crawl space. Then they installed CleanSpace encapsulation system on all the walls and floor of the crawl space. CleanSpace prevents any moisture or water vapor from coming into the crawl space through the walls or floors. It can also help to lower energy costs and keep out pests. They also installed a SmartSump sump pump. The SmartSump is designed just for crawl spaces. the liner and lid are designed to form a tight seal around the CleanSpace liner. The SmartSump also has a built-in WaterWatch alarm system which will alert the homeowner in the event of a plumbing leak so that the problem can be fixed before any damage is done. Now this homeowner can have peace of mind knowing that her crawl space and home are healthier and dry.
A homeowner gave us a call with concerns about their wet crawl space and the effects it could be having on their home. Our crews went out to the home and installed CleanSpace encapsulation system on all the walls and floor of the crawl space. CleanSpace prevents any moisture or water vapor from coming into the crawl space. This means no new mold growth. It also helps lower energy costs and helps to keep out pests. They also installed a SmartSump sump pump in the crawl space that forms a tight seal around the CleanSpace liner. A SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier was also installed to dry and filter the air in the crawl space. Having clean and healthy air in the crawl space means having cleaner and healthier air in the rest of the home. Now, this homeowner can have peace of mind knowing that her crawl space is dry and healthy.
We received a call from a homeowner in Blue River, Oregon who was concerned about their wet crawl space. Our crews went out to fix the problem. After clearing out all the debris from the crawl space, they installed CleanSpace encapsulation system on the walls and floor of the crawl space. CleanSpace prevents any moisture or water vapor from coming into the crawl space from the walls or floor. It also helps lower energy costs and keeps out pests. They also installed a SmartSump sump pump. The SmartSump is designed for crawl spaces with a liner and lid that form a tight seal around the CleanSpace liner. It also has a built-in WaterWatch alarm to alert the homeowner of a plumbing leak so that the problem can be fixed before any damage has occurred. Now this homeowner now can have peace of mind knowing his crawl space is dry and healthy for years to come.
This homeowner was concerned about the water coming in from the walls and floors of his daylight basement. Our inspector, Ben suggested installing our patented WaterGuard system, ThermalDry paneling, and a SuperSump pump.
Delfino and his team immediately set out to stop the water intrusion in Sean's daylight basement. The team installed ThermalDry paneling which is a flexible material installed over concrete walls and drains all wall seepage into our patented WaterGuard perimeter drainage system. The WaterGuard perimeter drain collects intruding water and channels the water to the SuperSump pump. The SuperSump pump removes up to 2,650 gallons of water per hour smoothly and quietly.
Now that our systems are in place, Sean no longer has water intrusion issues and can enjoy his healthy new daylight basement space.
This homeowner has used John's Waterproofing for two previous projects and loved our company so much that they wanted to stick with our services. They were interested in what we offer for Seismic Retrofitting and knew that we could help. Our inspector, Dan suggests Seismic Retrofitting to reduce the risk of earthquake damage with professionally installed reinforcements. Without protection, the home can be at risk for major damage and be ineligible for earthquake insurance.
Luis and his team quickly set out to reinforce Adam's home. The Seismic Retrofitting process involves installing engineered metal connectors and other reinforcement materials to key stress points throughout the home's structure. The specially designed hardware includes hold downs, anchors and anchor bolts, strap ties and framing angles. Sometimes, wood blocking and structural sheathing are also incorporated into Retrofitting packages.
The homeowner is now extremely satisfied with their new system and can rest knowing that their home is more protected from earthquake damage.
This homeowner purchased the home with a "drainage" system already in place. They soon found out that it was a flawed system that did not work. The previous owner put a sump pump outside by the French drain with good intentions of pumping the water that was draining out of the crawlspace away from the home. There was two problems with this solution, first the French drain was clogged and not pushing water out of the crawlspace like it should, causing water build up in the crawlspace. The second issue was that the pump was outside just sitting in the dirt. This made the pump pretty much worthless. We came in and encapsulated the crawlspace and added a smartsump inside the crawlspace, we also installed other products like our silver glo wall insulation and a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier. Ensuring this crawlspace will stay dry, warm, and clean for years to come.
This homeowner called John's Waterproofing because his basement was having water intrusion issues. Our fantastic inspector, Tom, advised installing our patented Waterguard drainage system, Thermal Dry wall and a Super Sump sump pump.
Pete, the homeowner, happily agreed to Tom's solution, and Lupe and his team quickly went to work. They installed Thermal Dry wall which stops water vapor, drains wall seepage into the Waterguard perimeter drain system and reflects heat back into the basement space. The Waterguard system is designed to capture water seepage through the walls and leaks along the wall/floor joint. It is nearly invisible once installed and it drains to the Super Sump sump pump that works quietly and efficiently to pump out all water.
Now that our systems are in place, Pete has a dry and healthy basement for many years to come.
John's Waterproofing came out to this house to fix the structural damage that water intrusion had caused in the crawlspace. The homeowner was experiencing the effects of an unhealthy crawlspace: sagging floors, odors/musty smells, and our inspector suggested replacing rotting posts with Smart Jack and installing our patented Cleanspace encapsulation system.
Delfino and his team quickly set out to fix Laura's crawlspace. They replaced the rotted wooden posts that had been destroyed by water with Smart Jack Stabilizers. Smart Jack is a high-capacity, fully adjustable steel pier that is designed to stop settling and can raise sagging floors to the proper level. The team also installed Cleanspace encapsulation in order to prevent any moisture from entering the crawlspace and causing more structural damage.
Laura is now very happy about her new waterproofed crawlspace and can enjoy level floors without fear of sagging or post rot.
This homeowner called John's Waterproofing because her crawlspace had standing water and fallen insulation that was torn up by rodents. Our inspector, Vince suggested removing the old insulation and installing Spray Foam insulation, our patented Cleanspace encapsulation system and a Triple Safe sump pump.
The homeowner agreed and Divine and his team quickly went to work. They started by removing the old, falling and torn insulation and replaced it with Spray Foam insulation. Spray Foam is preferable to fiber glass because it's closed celled and won't absorb or hold water vapor. They also installed CleanSpace insulation, a 20mil thick vapor barrier that encapulates and keeps out all moisture, prevents mold and mildew growth and comes with a 25-year warranty. A Triple Safe sump pump was installed and is designed to withstand all pumping requirements with its three pump system. It will even continue to work when the power goes out.
Cammie is now very pleased that her crawlspace is waterproofed and more energy efficient. She no longer worries about rodents or standing water.
This homeowner was interested in digging out her crawlspace so that there would be more room. She also was concerned about the status of her posts and if they were structurally sound. Our inspector, Carolann assured her that the posts were great and that John's Waterproofing could do the dig out if she wanted. Sheri decided that she did. So, Pedro, Ramon and their team set out to make her crawlspace deeper.
We dug out and made the crawlspace deeper and removed the excess dirt. Sheri is happy with her larger crawlspace and has possible plans for it in the future.
When Carolanne went to inspect this crawlspace she was alarmed at the supports of the house. Many held up by odd stacked boards or cement blocks. The space so narrow in other locations that she was unable to crawl in for a full inspection. Carolanne wisely suggested that the homeowner dig out the space to meet code requirements and replace these makeshift foundation supports with our Smart Jack posts. This will ensure a stable foundation for the home for years to come.
Mr. and Mrs. Zauner called due to finding water in their crawl space. They didn't have any form of a barrier for the crawl space, however. So the soil was very moist, which can cause the posts to start to sink.
Tyler and his crew went out and did a dry out of the space. To ensure that when they laid down the new Vapor Barrier, there wouldn't be any unnecessary moisture buildup. Thankfully their insulation had no signs of water buildup, or mold growth starting, so they left it be.
The couple was astonished by the difference in smell, in that there wasn't any. They were pleased to find that the water had not caused any damage, other than puddles.
Ron who lives in Cottage Grove, Oregon called into our office wondering what could be done to prevent critters getting into his crawl space that he had a hard time accessing due to it being a tight space. He also stated that currently there was no vapor barrier either. Our Deesign SPecialist Jacob went out to take a look and he founf was that there was no vapor barrier, the fiberglass unsulation was torn to shreds, most likely from critter activity, and that the humidity was about 80-90%. He told Ron about CLeanSpace and explained the benefits of encapsulating the entire crawl space and Ron agreed to go ahed and have this done. Foreman Tim and his crew were out to Ron's within a few days and in no time had the crawl space cleaned out with all of the older insulation pulled out. They installed a SaniDry Sedona Dehumidifier to eliminate mold growth and humidity, encapsulated the entire crawl space with CLeanSpace including isolating the poles and then pout in Spray Foam insulation. Ron now has a clean, dry, rodent free crawl space that he does'nt have to worry about and Ron knows he can count on all of us here at John's Waterproofing Company to come out and make sure everything is working properly yearly. Ron has also noticed that the floors on the bottom floor of his house stay warmer.