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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 Lincoln, OR.
This homeowner called because water was seeping into their basement when it rains steadily. Our inspector Jacob was able to work with the homeowner to create a waterproofing system for their basement that would ensure that any future leaking would not be an issue.
To start the system our crew installed a WaterGuard system that would collect any coming into the foundation from we walls or the foundation crease. Our patented system collects water as it comes in and takes it to the sump pump.
Once the WaterGuard is completed and the cement repoured over the system to conceal it, our team then installed ThermalDry Wall. This wall system is non-permeable and inorganic so you don't have to worry about mold or mildew in the walls from moisture issues. It provides a thermal break between the basement and the cold cement walls and allows for the homeowner to finish the walls without risk of moisture.
We finished off the system with a sump pump and dehumidifier to keep the basement at a comfortable humidity to inhibit any mold growth in the space and provide clean, healthy air to the homeowners for years to come.
This crawlspace in Siletz, Oregon was a mess when our inspector Dan went down there. The vapor barrier was torn and had a thick layer of water over the top as well as large areas were the vapor barrier was missing altogether. The sagging insulation was completely useless and the high humidity and moisture were breeding mold spores.
Dan recommended two options to the homeowners to consider. The first was to install a drainage system and sump pump in order to ensure the groundwater problem was handled and to replace the current vapor barrier they already had.
The second option was for the homeowners invest in a full encapsulation system in order to solve their moisture issues and prevent any further damage to the home. Not only would it solve their issues and protect their space it will provide them with superior air quality and energy efficiency.
Our homeowners opted, for now, to choose the less expensive vapor barrier to solve the issue and to complete the full encapsulation this following year.
This homeowner called fearful of water in their crawlspace. Our inspector Daniel came out and confirmed they did indeed have water in their crawlspace and it was beginning to make some of their foundation posts damp and soft, which over time will rot the post through and can create an environment where mold can grow.
The homeowners listed to all of Daniel's suggestions and chose to do the full crawlspace encapsulation. This included removing the damp insulation, installing a perimeter drain system and sump pump and then encapsulating the whole space with our patented CleanSpace System and installing the SaniDry Dehumidifier. This allows for the home to be dry and comfortable.
As a final finish, the homeowner opted to add perimeter spray foam insulation. This will reduce the home's energy use by up to 30% a year!
A homeowner in Yachats, Oregon called with complaints about their wet crawl space. Our crew went out to the home to fix the problem. The cleared out all the debris, including the old, worn out and ripped vapor barrier. They replaced that with a brand new vapor barrier and they installed a SuperSump sump pump. This sump pump has a very powerful pump that can pump 2,650 gallons of water per hour. It also has a heavy-duty smooth wall liner with 96 holes that allow water to flow in directly from below the floor. It also has a built-in WaterWatch alarm system to alert the homeowner in the event of a plumbing leak before any damage has occurred. Now with a new vapor barrier and an incredibly reliable and powerful new SuperSump sump pump, the homeowner no longer has to worry about his wet crawl space.
A homeowner in Logsden, Oregon noticed a few puddles in the corners of her basement. Wanting to make sure her basement didn't completely flood, she called us. Our crews went out to the home to fix the problem. They installed WaterGuard piping system along the perimeter of the basement, where the wall meets the floor. WaterGuard intercepts the water coming down from the walls and from under the floor and drains it safely and unseen away into the sump pump. An UltraSump sump pump was also installed in the basement. The UltraSump has a battery back-up pumping system in case of power outages, primary pump failures, circuit breakers tripping or pump becoming unplugged. It also has built-in WaterWatch alarm system to alert the homeowner in case of a plumbing leak, before any damage has occurred. Now this homeowner no longer has puddles or any other water intrusion in her basement and can rest assured about keeping her basement dry.
We received a call from a homeowner in Otter Rock, Oregon who had concerns about the air quality in her home. There was a musty and damp odor in throughout the house. Our crews went out to the home to help. The problem was originating from the crawl space. Air travels up so air with mold spores or other allergens from the crawl space will make its way up to the rest of the home. Our crews removed all debris from the crawl space and then installed CleanSpace encapsulation system on the walls and floor of the crawl space to prevent moisture or water vapors from coming in. This means no new mold growth. They also installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier in the crawl space. The SaniDry Sedona eliminates damp and musty odors by drying and filtering the air. It's the most efficient dehumidifier in the world and plenty powerful enough to keep the home's humidity levels below 55% so mold and dust mites won't stand a chance. Now this homeowner can breathe easy with cleaner, healthier air in her crawl space and home.
This homeowner was unsatisfied with how hard it was to access their crawlspace and inquired our help in solving the problem. Our inspector, Jacob suggested installing our Turtl Crawl Dpace Entry System. Ramon and his team quickly installed the Turtl giving the homeowner new benefits such as protection from entryway water intrusion and locking ability in the entryway. The Turtle comes in three different colors and is maintenance free.
The homeowner can now easily access his crawlspace and enjoys the new benefits of the Turtl.
This customer called our office complaining about water leaking into her basement, especially with heavy rains. Our salesman recommended our patented Waterguard system to handle the water leak as well as a Triple safe sump pump and Sanidry Sedona to ensure a dry basement. He also recommended finishing her basement with a set of wall systems designed to prevent water and mold as well as provide a beautiful finished area.