Sump Pump Installation
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Replacement & Egress Basement Windows
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Foundation Cracks & Settlement Repair
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Street Creep Repair
Foundation Wall Anchors
PolyLevel Concrete Lifting & Leveling
Commercial Foundation Services
Pool Deck Repair
Concrete Driveway Leveling
Concrete Sidewalk Leveling
Crawl Space Repair
Vapor Barrier Installation
SmartJack Crawl Space Posts
Energy Efficient Dehumidifier
Radiant Barrier & Crawlspace Insulation
Sagging Floor Joist Repairs
Sump Pump Repair
Sump Pump Replacement
Crawl Space Sump Pump Installation
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Water in the basement or crawl space leads to mold, rot, musty odors and structural issues. It also leads to a reoccurring headache for you. Luckily, our trained experts are available to permanently fix the problem.
We will properly install a hidden drainage system in your Bremer County basement and completely encapsulate your crawl space with CleanSpace vapor barrier. We are here to solve the problem for you.
|Why Choose Us?
Foundation problems destroy your Bremer County home’s value and can be dangerous. Our in-house team of structural and geo-technical engineers are here to help. We design and install the right solution and usually have the project finished in less than a week. You will have peace of mind as we provide a 25-year written warranty against defects on our foundation products.
The sunken and cracked concrete around your Bremer County home is both an eyesore and a safety hazard. It is also likely to get worse, but we can fix it for you.
Our experts use PolyLevel, a superior polyurethane foam. Small holes are drilled in the concrete, the foam is injected and the expanding foam lifts the concrete. The majority of contractors you will call use mudjacking instead of foam. Mudjacking is heavier, require larger holes in the concrete and does not last as long as PolyLevel. Call us today to learn more.
If you think you might have radon gas seeping into your home, it's time to take action. We help homeowners in Bremer County, IA with radon testing, and can even provide a FREE quote for the cost of a radon mitigation system for your home.
Jo and Ray M. were having water problems along with foundation issues in their basement. They decided to give MidAmerica Basement Systems a call for help because they had used them in the past.
After a quick phone call, an appointment was set up with Mac McDaniel to come evaluate the basement. Mac decided the best solution for their particular problem was to have a partial WaterGuard system installed. The WaterGuard will channel the water towards the pumping system that will take the water up, out, and away from the home.
Jo and Ray M. could not be happier to have a basement that is worry free. With the Wall Anchors from previous work holding pulling the walls back into place and the new WaterGuard getting rid of the water, their home should be worry free for many years to come.
Ken and Michele C. would get water in their old, dark basement every time there was a heavy rain. They needed help, not only with the water, but also with creating a more inviting space. They gave MidAmerica Basement Systems a call for a free in-home estimate.
Dustin Shepard was the design specialist to go out and evaluate the basement. Dustin concluded the best solution for this particular basement was to install a full perimeter of WaterGuard, a SuperSump pumping system, and a full perimeter of BrightWall. The BrightWall is a walling system that gives the basement a very clean look, while also directing the water from the wall to the WaterGuard. The WaterGuard takes the water around the basement to the SuperSump. The SuperSump pumping system will make sure to pump all the water up, out, and away from the home.
Ken and Michele C. are very happy with the work done by MidAmerica Basement Systems and would recommend them to anyone with a basement. They have a worry-free basement for many years to come.
Joan L. of Denver, IA has been a customer of MidAmerica Basement Systems for four years. When she had the team out to her property for the first time in 2012, she was concerned about waterproofing her basement. Satisfied with that work, in 2016 she made the decision to install a radon mitigation system to rid her home of toxic radon gasses. She once again called the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems.
Soon, service technician Adao Natario came out to the property. After discussing the different options, Joan and Adao settled on a system. Not long thereafter, Joan's new system was installed by foreman Bill Wilcox and his team. Joan is thrilled to know the air that she is breathing is radon-free.
Angie had a sump pump that seemed to be working properly, it kept her basement dry. The issue was the pump would still continue to run days after rains. She heard about MidAmerica Basement Systems’ free estimates, and decided to have them come and inspect her sump pump. The experts praised her for contacting them, for what Angie didn’t know was that all the extra continued work her sump pump was doing, was causing excessive wear and tear on the pump. At any given time, the pump could have failed her, creating a big issue in her basement. It was suggested that she replaced her worn sump with a TripleSafe. The TripleSafe not only provided a new sump pump, but a pump that could handle all the water the old pump could not. Now when it rains, her sump pump doesn’t overwork itself, preventing excessive wear and tear.
Stair-step cracking is a sign of bowing walls, caused by soil pressure on the foundation walls. Without the proper balancing force acting against the soil pressure, the wall will continue to worsen. MidAmerica Basement Systems can provide a permanent solution that can stop the walls from bowing any more inward, with the PowerBrace system. A PowerBrace is a tightening I-beam system, that can potentially improve the condition of the bowing wall. PowerBraces are installed using the wooden floor joist system of the home, and properly distribute the weight of the rest of the home, so the joist system is not ruined.
Leaking basements can lead to many issues, and will only become worse over time. Having an expert from MidAmerica Basement Systems evaluate your situation, will provide the proper and most effective solution. For Irene, it was suggested having CleanSpace, WaterGuard, and a TripleSafe. The CleanSpace helps provide a moisture barrier from the seeping water, allowing it to collect in the WaterGuard. WaterGuard than directs water to the TripleSafe, where it is properly discharged out of the home, leaving the basement dry.
Judy recently purchased a radon test kit to check the levels of radon in her home. When she received her test results, she was shocked. She quickly reached out to MidAmerica Basement Systems for help. When design specialist Wes came out to inspect her situation, he offered her a system using her current sump pump. Using the existing pump pit helps withdraw the radon gas out from under the home, leaving healthy, cleaner air inside the home, while the dangerous gases are pulled from the home. Judy can now breathe happy knowing her radon levels are mitigated.
Bill and Krista were concerned with the radon levels in their home. When they contacted MidAmerica Basement systems, they were not just looking for someone to install a system for them but also to educate them on why having a radon mitigation system is important. It is important to have a radon mitigation system in your home because radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon not only affects you and your family but can also harm your pets. Often, we see radon mitigation system on the outside of your home but they also can be placed inside of your garage.
Homeowners Doug and Amy have lived in their home for the last 8 years. In the last five years, they have had an issue with water in their basement. After meeting with Design Specialist Wesley Glasglow they knew that having a water discharge line was the best option to ensure the quality and life of their home. The line will help keep water out of their home.
Homeowner Joan has lived in her home for many years. She had a radon system installed in her home by MidAmerica Basement Systems a few years ago. After the winter months, she noticed some broken pipes outside her home and she wanted to get them fixed right away. Service Technician Kyle McCarty made sure that Joan's systems was working properly checking all of the inside and outside parts before replacing the piping. It is important to have annual maintenance done on your system to make sure that they are properly working and to ensure that they last a long time.
Homeowners Doug and Amy have lied in their home for the last eight years. For the last five years, they have wanted to finish their basement to be waterproofed. Along with waterproofing, their goal was to complete their basement and make it a livable space. The basement was completed using all products that are inorganic and will not mold or warp with if they get wet. The wall panels are all inorganic and all of the flooring carpets is inorganic.
Jeanette has lived in her 100 year old home for the past 20 years, and plans to continue to live there for a very long time. To ensure her home was safe, she had a radon test completed. The results showed high levels of radon in the home, and she decided it was in her best interest to call a professional to remedy the problem. She contacted MidAmerica Basement System to learn more about our radon mitigation systems and her options.
Homeowner Bill and Marty Jean have lived in their home for the last 30 years since the home was built. They have been recently worried about the air quality in their home and decided to have a radon test done. After receiving results that were not ideal they decided to have a radon mitigation system installed. Radon is naturally occuring and is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.
Homeowner Dean has lived in his home for the last 22 years since the home was first built. Over the last few years, he has slowly started to notice that the slabs of concrete that make up his driveway were starting to sinking in places which lead to cracking. He wanted to have the issue addressed to make sure that it would not lead to a tripping hazard and also he wanted to improve the overall curb appeal to his home. Polyurethane foam is injected under the concrete slabs, the foam expands lifting the slab and then hardens to hold the slab in its place. The polyurethane foam is water resistant and will not wash away like other alternatives such as mudjacking. The foam is also environmentally friendly and is made up of all recycled materials. The foam can be used on driveway, sidewalks, patios and pool decks along with garage floors and other poured concrete surfaces.