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Katie R. of Iowa City was having many issues with her sump pump system. She had the pump replaced the first time it failed and the newer one also failed. She was tired of unreliable products offered by her plumber and made the call to the specialists at MidAmerica Basement Systems. Katie was suggested she have a TripleSafe Sump installed to prevent a failing system in her basement. The TripleSafe Sump offers three pumps to ensure your basement stays dry, even during power outages.
Fran of Iowa City was having issues with moisture entering her crawlspace. She called MidAmerica Basement Systems to have her basement encapsulated. It was proposed that she had CleanSpace, SilverGlo , and SaniDry CX installed in her crawlspace to address the moisture issue. CleanSpace acts as a moisture barrier against the exposed ground, and seals off the moisture from entering the area. SilverGlo was installed to help insulate the crawlspace, while a SaniDry CX dehumidifier retracts any extra moisture in the air.
Uneven concrete can pose safety hazards to pedestrians of all ages. With PolyLevel injections offered by MidAmerica Basement Systems, the hassle of concrete leveling is made simple. PolyLevel is a lightweight, quick-drying, solution for leveling sinking concrete. Poly ports, roughly 5/8-inch in size, allow for the polyurethane to be injected under the concrete slabs, filling the voids, and lifting and leveling them back to proper elevations. The lightweight foam offers less pressure on the ground, providing a more permanent solution over other techniques. The quick dry time of PolyLevel also allows for accessibility to the area the same day as injections.
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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 Johnson County basement and completely encapsulate your crawl space with CleanSpace vapor barrier. We are here to solve the problem for you.
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Foundation problems destroy your Johnson 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 Johnson 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 Johnson County, IA with radon testing, and can even provide a FREE quote for the cost of a radon mitigation system for your home.
This Swisher basement belongs to a family that needed to address a serious matter with their home/foundation. Unsure of what was happening and in need of expert advice, the homeowners called on the team at MidAmerica Basement Systems. An expert inspected the home and assessed that Helical Piers would be the best solution for their home's condition. Helical Piers are designed to attempt to lift the home back to its original position as well as stabilize lighter structures such as decks. There is minimal disturbance from the installation which is quicker than other solutions while being more reliable than other quick fix solutions. The homeowners have the proper equipment to help support their home and in turn support their family.
Frank B., is a Muscatine homeowner and was feeling defeated with the amount of water intrusion in his basement whenever it would rain so he contacted the MidAmerica Basement Systems team. To waterproof the basement the team installed WaterGuard subfloor drainage system, BrightWall and SuperSump pump system. Frank has finally won the battle against water intrusion!
The homeowner tested her home for radon and the results were worrisome so she contacted the professionals at MidAmerica Basement Systems. The home was made healthy again with the installation of a radon mitigation system and helped waterproof the basement by installing SuperSump pump system. The homeowner relieved to have a healthy home she can breathe easy in!
Barbara and Jodi F. had major settlement issues with their driveway. They needed help so they called the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Bryan Christopherson was the design specialist to go out and give the free quote. Bryan explained the PolyLevel process to the homeowners and they loved it. The PolyLevel system is a unique process by injecting foam under the concrete to raise it up. It has to be done carefully to insure that the right areas of the concrete are raised and that it is raised to the correct level.
Barbara and Jodi F. are very happy with the work done by MidAmerica Basement Systems. They would recommend them to anyone with settlement issues.
Fran B. needed to waterproof the crawlspace in her Iowa City, IA home. She went ahead and called the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems, and met with design specialist, Joe Sarb, to talk about her options. Together, the two came up with a plan that would both waterproof and insulate the space.
Foreman Mike Clementz and his team waterproofed the basement using CleanSpace wall and CleanSpace Drainage matting, along with a few other projects to keep the basement dry. A SaniDry unit was installed to keep mold and moisture at bay. Additionally, energy-saving, heat-trapping SilveGlo was installed to keep the crawlspace nice and warm in the winter, without letting all the hot air out. Fran loves the new crawlspace.
Davenport homeowners, Sandy and Terry C., realized they needed to make the air in their home safe and radon-free. They contacted the local experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems.
Soon, design specialist Clayton Spinler was assisting the homeowners in their goal to have a radon-free home. Foreman Bill Wilcox and his team were ready to install the new system, and give Sandy and Terry some peace of mind.
Coralville homeowners Michael and Susan K. had a driveway with extensively sunken slabs. They called the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems for a free estimate with one of the design specialists.
Design specialist Michael Banks came out to Michael and Susan K.'s home to provide them with a customized plan for getting their driveway back to its original location. The driveway needed to be lifted several inches on both sides, and their front walkway would also need to be raised. Additionally, the cracks in their sidewalk that had been caused by settlement would need to be filled with NexusPro, and the Concrete Protection System guarantees driveway longevity.
Foreman Levi Freund and his team lifted everything back to it's original position - and it looks great!
Terry J. of Iowa City, IA was concerned. Her basement exhibited hairline cracks, and the north facing wall was starting to lean. Additionally, she started hearing loud "popping" noises in the basement. She called the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems.
Soon, design specialist Michael Banks came out to help Terry identify her basement concerns. After reviewing the information, and conducting a detailed inspection, an action plan was created. Foreman Justin Bailey and his team were out to the property shortly thereafter to fill the cracks, and permanently stabilize the walls. The team used PowerBraces to make sure the walls would be stable or many years to come. The work looks great!
Water leaking into the Iowa City rental property basement had become a regular problem for Doris E. Another company had installed a waterproofing system that had failed, so she called the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems. Soon, she met with design specialist Mike Darnell, who custom designed a solution that would work for Doris's basement issues.
Because water was coming in everywhere, the best solution for Doris's rental property was WaterGuard and CleanSpace Wall, along with a new sump pump with a buried discharge line. Foreman Justin Reger and his team went to work installing the waterproofing system. Now, Doris's rental property stays dry, even when it rains. The waterproofing system is prepared to stand up to the test of time, and keep the basement dry for many years.
Aidan G. called MidAmerica Basement Systems because he noticed two bowing walls in his basement. He knew that fixing it now is always better than fixing it later - the problem only gets worse. He met with design specialist Bryan Nachazel for his free estimate and custom designed solution.
The soultion involved the use of custom-built PowerBraces and WallAnchors. The PowerrBraces would have to be built to accomodate the Michigan basement style (when one part of the basement is lower than the other.) This meant the PowerBraces would have to be dramatically "offset" and joining Cross Beams were used for additional support. Foreman Pete Hensler and team set to work installing the new stabilization system. The foundation of his home is now stable, and Aidan has the much needed peace of mind!
Dennis C. met with his MidAmerica Basement Systems design specialist to talk about waterproofing options. It was during this conversation that Dennis learned that after his waterproofing system was installed, the walls could be waterproofed with EverLast Wall Restoration. So, after Dennis C. of Iowa City had his waterproofing system installed by MidAmerica Basement Systems, he decided that instead of drywall basement walls, he would restore the walls with EverLast Wall Restoration.
EverLast Wall Restoration is made of inorganic materials to prevent mold, and stop water from intruding into the basement. The walls look amazing, and offer Dennis peace of mind.
Joan F. of Iowa City had been having issues with water coming in through her north wall. The water intrusion was causing paint to peel, so she called the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems. Her custom designed solution was created by design specialist Bryan Christopherson.
Joan had tried other things to stop the water, and her attempts had been unsuccessful, so she decided to opt for a more permanent fix. Foreman Justin Reger and his team came out to install her new system. Joan's system was complete with a SuperSump Sump Pump, CleanSpace Wall, WaterGuard, and IceGuard. The powerful SuperSump would be responsible for keeping water out of the basement. The patented sub-floor drainage system was installed with the CleanSpace Wall to protect the walls, floors and full interior of the basement. The space looks great, and is finally dry!
Jeremy and Michelle R. bought a new home in Solon, IA. Before they bought the home, it was tested for toxic radon gas. The home tested positive. After they bought the house, they called MidAmerica Basement Systems for a free estimate.
The couple met with design specialist Michael Banks. Mike custom designed a radon solution that would fit the new homeowner's needs. Foreman Bill Wilcox and team installed the new Premium Radon Mitigation package, and an exterior aesthetic package. The home is now protected from toxic radon gas, and its inhabitants are too. Needless to say, Jeremy and Michelle are very happy.
John G. of Coralville, IA had a storage room that was damp due to water intrusion. He decided to call MidAmerica Basement Systems for his free estimate, and he met with design specialist Cole Tatge. Cole inspected John's home, and perscribed a solution to the problem.
To keep water out of the basement, CleanSpace Wall and WaterGuard would need to be installed in the problem areas. Additionally, the WaterGuard Port to allow for easy cleaning. Mike Clementz and team got the work installed quickly, and now the basement is very dry.
Coralville, IA homeowners were afflicted by a damp and dirty crawlspace. They called MidAmerica Basement Systems to make their home healthy by encapsulating the crawlspace. After meeting with their design specialist, the homeowners decided to get the crawlspace work done as soon as possible.
Foreman Justin Reger and his team came to the property to install the system, which includes CleanSpace Drainage Matting, CleanSpace Vapor Barrier, and SuperSump Sump Pump with a buried discharge line and IceGuard attachment piece. The crawlspace now looks great, and could even become usable storage space!
North Liberty, IA homeowners contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems because there was a lot of water getting into their crawlspace. Additionally, the floors above the crawlspace were cold from the winter air, and they were losing heat and energy through the floors. They met with their design specialist who then conducted a thorough investigation of the inside and outside of the property.
The custom-designed solution included CleanSpace Drainage Matting, CleanSpace Vapor Barrier and a SuperSump with a buried discharge line. Now, the crawlspace is dry, warmer, and helping to lower the energy bills.
Amanda of Iowa City, IA noticed water in her basement. The water appeared to be coming in through windows and floor joints. She called MidAmerica Basement Systems and met with her design specialist. After a careful investigation, she had a custom designed solution that included sub-floor drainage system, WaterGuard, a TripleSafe Sump Pump, and SunHouse Window Well Covers protecting her basement for water that may try to come in the windows.
The new basement waterproofing system is keeping Amanda's home dry, and the space usable.
North Liberty, IA homeowner, Bill, was ready to sell his home. When preparing for the sale, they realized the high humidity, dirt crawlspace would need to be taken care of. The homeowner contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems.
Mac McDaniel, design specialist, came out to the home to investigate the crawlspace. The homeowner had commented on the high humidity levels, and lack of a vapor barrier. Following Mac's inspection, he wrote a proposal for Bill. The proposal included full encapsualtion with CleanSpace and CleanSpace Drainage Matting, a SmartSump Sump Pump with a puried discharge line, vent covers, and SaniDry dehumidifier. Foreman Kyle McCarty and his team got to work installing the products. Now, the homes humidity levels are lower, and the vapor and odors are trapped. The crawlspace now has the potential to be a usable storage space for the next homeowners.
Lia K. of Iowa City, IA called worked with MidAmerica Basement Systems many times over the years. She had foundation and waterproofing work done in her home in the past years, so when she noticed a wall starting to bow in her basement she knew to trust the experts at MidAmerica Basement Systems. She met with service technician Gary Housenga, who proposed the installation of five PowerBraces along a bowing wall in her basement. Now, the wall is stable, and Lia can rest assured.
Mike K. called MidAmerica Basement Systems after he found that his radon levels in his home came back higher than what the EPA recommends as a "safe" radon level. Knowing the dangers of the toxic gas, he met with design specialist Clayton Spinler. Clayton designed a radon mitigation system that would significantly reduce the radon levels in Mike's home, and protect him from the toxicity. Foreman Bill Wilcox and his team installed the select radon mitigation system with an exterior aesthetic package. The non-obtrusive system keeps radon out, and it looks great!
Tyler of Cedar Rapids noticed a crack in his foundation wall. Water was coming in through the crack, so Tyler decided to contact MidAmerica Basement Systems. Tyler met with design specialist Bryan Nachazel. Bryan suggested a Polyurethane Crack Injection, and now, the crack is sealed, protecting the foundation from the possibility of the crack expanding, and the interior of the basement from water.
Ben F. of Iowa City was noticing that his finished basement walls were starting to rot. What he thought was properly waterproofed prior to purchasing the house, was not the case. Every time it rained hard, the basement started leaking and causing more damage. MidAmerica Basement Systems was called in to do the job properly.
The crew installed a TripleSafe Sump to discharge the water during heavy rains, and a SaniDry XP to help keep moisture out of the air. Ben than chose to have the Total Basement Finishing product Wall Restoration used to fix his damaged walls. Now Ben can relax on rainy days knowing his basement will truly stay dry.
Homes are not the other places that can have Radon issues. Buildings of all types can be effect, just like the Grace United Methodist Church in Tiffin, IA. Levels were not particularly high, but needed to be addressed for the safety of all who entered the building. MidAmerica Basement Systems is certified in Radon mitigation. And the installation of a mitigation system is a quick and effective way to better the quality of air around you.
Homeowner Lia K. of Iowa City is an old customer who has had some of our systems installed in the past. Previously, she had a GeoLock Wall Anchor system installed to one of the foundation walls to help with the bowing issue. Over the years, another one of the foundation walls started bowing. She knew that MidAmerica Basement Systems could help her yet again with her failing foundation. A PowerBrace System was installed to stabilize the bowing wall. When a PowerBrace is installed, it uses a joint reinforcement method that allows an even distribution of weight for less stress on the rest of your home. PowerBraces over time, can potentially straighten the foundation wall(s) back to their original state.
Unlevel, sunken concrete can increase tripping hazards around your home. Due to poorly compacted fill soil and wash-outs, the ground underneath concrete develope voids. These voids can cause stress on the slabs, making them sink and even crack. PolyLevel is a new technology, offered by MidAmerica Basement Systems, that is injected under the concrete to lift and raise them back to their original state. PolyLevel uses a lightweight material that produces precise lifts, making it a more effective and a permanent solution for leveling. PolyLevel injections provide safe walking areas of all types: interior slabs, driveways, sidewalks, patios and pool decks, stoops and porches, and additions.
Old, cracked, and dingy windows made Jim’s basement dark and unpleasant. He wanted to bring more natural light into his basement to brighten the mood, and had heard of the SunHouse Window Wells from MidAmerica Basement Systems. SunHouse have a bright white casing wells allowing for maximum natural light reflection into the basement. They also provide a covered well that prevents water and debris from entering the sill. SunHouse Window Wells are the best way to natural brighten your basement that is maintenance free for you.
Foundation cracks can produce water leakage into your basement, causing damage to your belongings. As for Denny, he found water pooling on the floor in his finished basement. Before the problem became worse, he quickly contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems for assistance. FlexiSpan Crack Sealant was installed along the 8-foot foundation crack, sealing and waterproofing it. The special polyurethane polymer sealant will never dry out or re-crack due to natural foundation movement. FlexiSpan provides a permanent solution to a leaking crack for both foundation walls and flooring.
Bob noticed a large foundation crack in his rental property and quickly reached out to MidAmerica Basement Systems. He knew that it could pose serious threat to his tenants and wanted to have it properly addressed. During inspection, it was suggested that a PowerBrace system be installed to stop the walls for bowing anymore inward, and potentially straighten the wall back to its original position. Bob know has a stable foundation for his tenants.
Howard was having basement water issues and contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to properly address his problem. It was suggested that he have a SuperSump system installed, along with a WaterGuard and TrenchDrain systems. WaterGuard was installed around the perimeter of the basement, while the TrenchDrain was installed in the doorway of the hatched stairway. Both drainage systems collect seeping water and direct it to the SuperSump to be discharged. Howard’s basement is now dry and he no longer worries about water.
Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, radioactive gas that can lead to lung cancer over long periods of concentrated exposure. Radon is found outside and inside, but can have high concentrated levels indoors. Testing for Radon levels is very important, and only takes a matter of 2-3 days to test. Once test results are returned, EPA recommends that anything over 4 pCi/L be addressed. Quick installations of Radon mitigation systems from MidAmerica Basement Systems will increase the air quality of your home. Radon mitigation systems are installed in basement floors, sump pits, and/or crawlspaces, so Radon can be pulled from under your home, and back outside.
Nancy was having issues with water seeping in through her foundation, and didn’t think there was a way to fix it until she met with an expert from MidAmerica Basement Systems. She was offered a solution of CleanSpace to be placed along the walls to help direct water to the WaterGuard system, and help seal off moisture. CleanSpace is places behind WaterGuard so any water or moisture will collect in the drain system. Once water was collected in the WaterGuard, it is transported to the a SuperSump. The SuperSump than discharges of the water in the basement, keeping Nancy’s basement dry.
For homeowners Tim and Marg, they were upset with the looks of their driveway. A large portion of the driveway had begun and shift and sink, leaving the area unpleasant an eye sore. When they looked around for options and the best price for their solution, they were more than pleased with the offerings from MidAmerica Basement Systems. Not only did the PolyLevel solution offers stabilization for the sunken slabs. PolyLevel has a quick reaction time that allows for precise void-fill and accurate lifts. The injection process also only took one (1) day to complete and allowed for Tm and Marg to access the driveway with the vehicles in the same day.
John was having issues with his basement leaking and quickly reached out to MidAmerica Basement Systems for help. During inspection is was offered to have WaterGuard and a SuperSump installed to properly eliminate the water issue. The WaterGuard is a drainage tile system that is installed around the perimeter of the basement, to collect water that enters the basement, preventing it from surfacing, and then directing it to the SuperSump. The SuperSump will than discharge the water back out of the home, leaving John’s basement dry.
Dee was looking to put her home on the market soon, but was having concerns with the sunken driveway. During rainfalls, water would pool in areas of the driveway. Other areas had slopped and cracked, leaving an unpleasant appearance. She reached out to a few other mudjacking companies to have the area lifted, but could not get a response back from anyone. Cole from MidAmerica Basement Systems offered her a solution called PolyLevel. Uses techniques like mudjacking, PolyLevel uses a material that is lightweight, strong, and waterproof. The high-density polymers are injected to fill the voids under the concrete, expand, and lift the slabs. Quick lifting allows for the area to be accessed within minutes of application, and provides the most accurate lift and stabilization for sunken slabs. With a level driveway, Dee can now put her home on the market with confidence.
Betty was having concerns with the foundation crack she found in her basement. She quickly reached out to MidAmerica Basement Systems to have her issues resolved. During inspection it was noted that her wall was bowing and could be permanently stabilized. A GeoLock Wall Anchor system was installed to stop the wall from worsening. The large GeoLock Anchors were placed on the outside of her home deep in the ground to provide the proper counter act on the inward bowing wall. Once the plates were installed on the inside of the wall, the system was tightened to ensure the wall would not bow anymore inward. The GeoLock Wall Anchor system also offers the potential to tighten and straighten the wall over time, reducing the bow completely.
Al and Jan were noticing water leaking through their floor cracks in their basement and reached out to MidAmerica Basement Systems. During their evaluation, Bryan had offered them a WaterGuard and TripleSafe systems to address the water issue. WaterGuard was installed around the perimeter of the basement to collect and redirect the water, preventing it from surfacing on the floor. Now any water that is redirected to the TripleSafe will be properly discharged from the basement, leaving the area dry for Al and Jan.
Paul had very high radon levels in his home but did no know how to get rid of the issue. He searched around the area, asking friends and neighbors, when he was recommended MidAmerica Basement Systems. During his inspection, he was offered a radon mitigation system with a Breathe EZ Air filter. The system depressurizes the gas from underneath the home, pulling the unsafe radon gas out and releases it back into the open outdoors. Paul now has safer air to breathe.
Stephanie was having issues with her basement leaking and reached out to the specialists at MidAmerica Basement Systems. During the inspection, it was noted that she not only had a water issue, but a bowing wall issues as well. To prevent water from seeping in the foundation walls, CleanSpace was applied to the walls, helping reduce moisture issues. WaterGuard was installed along the basement perimeter to collect and redirect the seeping water to a TripleSafe sump. A PowerBrace system was then installed to address the bowing wall. The I-Beam system permanently stabilizes the wall, and allows for the wall to be tightened over time.
For Caleb, he was concerned about his untreated crawlspace in his home. He reached out to MidAmerica Basement Systems to have the area inspected, and to provide a solution to the area. During inspection, it was brought to attention that the home had begun to settle due to the ground washing out from inside the crawlspace. A Helical Pier system was offered to stabilize the home and protect it from settling anymore. The piers were driven deep into the ground, to a stable bedrock, and provide a permanent solution to stabilizing the home. The helical pier system also offers the potential to lift the home back to its original state with a hydraulics system. Caleb now has a stable and sturdy home for many more years to come.
This new homeowner is frustrated that she bought a recently built home that is having water leaks in the basement through cracks on poured-in concrete foundation. She is hoping to finish her basement at some point, so it is very important for her to have a dry basement and to take care of the problem now before it gets worse. Highly qualified crew member Chris Riley had the privilege of helping solve the problem by installing WaterGuard around the perimeter of the basement. WaterGuard is designed not to clog, has a built in 3/8” gap between the floor and the wall to drain wall leaks and a big drain outlet to the sump. The homeowner went with our SuperSump equipped with floor drain built into the lid, CleanPump Stand to elevate pump off the bottom of the sump liner, allowing for some sediments to settle to the bottom of the sump liner without clogging. Also, a Pump alarm was installed, which is a battery-powered alarm that sounds off automatically when the water reaches a level above the point where the pump should normally turn on. Because the homeowner plans to finish the basement, CleanSpace Wall System was installed. CleanSpace Wall system economically brightens the basement, stops water vapor, drains wall leaks, is very durable and nearly impossible to rip. CleanSpace Wall System is made from inorganic material preventing mold from growing. Chris did a stellar job and takes pride in that our homeowner will now be able to finish her basement with peace of mind.
These homeowners had growing concern with their home. Many of their neighbors had recently installed a Radon Mitigation system due to high levels in their area. They purchased a self-test kit and conducted a radon test. Once they received their test back, the growing concern had become worse. They quickly contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to have their issue addressed. Bill and his crew began sealing off all cracks and holes to ensure that the radon gas would be properly pulled from underneath the foundation. Now, the quality of the air is better, making the homeowners happy once again knowing that their home is safe.
Joey was having issues with high levels of radon in his home. During an inspection from MidAmerica Basement Systems, it was addressed that he needed to encapsulate his crawlspace in order to install an effective Radon Mitigation system. With the systems working together, Joey’s Radon levels were properly dealt with, making them decrease significantly.
Stephanie of Coralville has a sump pump in her basement to keep his basement from flooding. But she started noticing that when it rained heavily, water just wasn’t seeping in from the floor of the foundation. It would come in from the top of the foundation and run down along the wall, causing the floor to become wet. Stephanie thought she was going to need to replace his sump pump with a whole new system.
Upon the inspection from MidAmerica Basement Systems, they assured him he did need a new sump pump, but adding a few products to help with the leaking foundation. The crew installed CleanSpace and WaterGuard to help direct any water that would leak in to the sump pump. Now when it rains heavily, water doesn’t pool on the floor, but instead is properly directed to the sump pump.
Steve has struggled with water issues in his basement on and off for the last three years, recently after the weather he decided enough was enough. Steve trusted that MidAmerica Basement Systems would provide him with the best options to coincide with the ideas that he had for his space. Design Specialist Bryan Nachazel carefully reviewed his space and listened to his concerns and goals for his home.
Steve decided that a full perimeter WaterGuard system along with a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifer were best for this home. The full perimeter WaterGuard System will ensure that Steven's basement stays dry no matter what the weather conditions may be. Installing a SaniDry Sedona will keep his basement humidity at a level where he is guaranteed not to have mold.
Stanley and Denie were worried that their 1930’s home had radon problems. After they had conducted a radon test they decided that it was a good idea to have a radon mitigation system installed in their home. Radon mitigation can help you keep your home and family safe. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon levels within a home or building vary on daily basis. It is important to have a system in your home because of this reason.
Tyler has been living in his home for the last 6 years, two of those years he has spent with water in his basement. Tyler was concerned with the water that came in during rain storms and how this could potentially cause mold in his home. He decided to take on this project for the future value of his home if he ever decided to sell the property.
Homeowner Steve has lived in his home for the last three years and during those years he has struggled on and off with water in the basement. He recently decided that he wanted to finish the basement. He wanted to make sure that his basement would never take on water again so he decided to go with a WaterGuard system and a TripleSafe sump pump. The TripleSafe Sump Pump is a three-sump system that comes with a battery back up and a WaterWatch alarm.
Christopher and Dianne were having water issues in their basement and contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems about their concerns. Christopher and Dianne needed a full perimeter WaterGuard System and a Sump Pump. They decided to go with a TripleSafe Sump Pump, the Triple Safe Sump Pump is a three-pump system that comes equipped with a battery back up and a WaterWatch Alarm. The WaterWatch Alarm is placed in the top of the sump pump system to make sure that the water in the sump pump never over flows, the alarm will sound letting you know that the water is getting close to the top. The TripleSafe Sump Pump battery back up is included so that if you ever lose power during a storm you can rest east know that your pump is still running.
Homeowner Paul was concerned about the sinking steps in from of his home. Over the years the steps have slowly stared to sink and crack. Design Specialist Cole Tatge educated Paul on why his steps in the front of his home were sinking. He told him why it was important to this problem fixed sooner rather than later because the problem could get worse very quickly. Sinking driveways and sidewalks can be very dangerous and a safety hazard.
Homeowner Christopher recently had MidAmerica Basement Systems install a TripleSafe sump pump in his home. The TripleSafe sump pump is a three-pump system that keeps your basement fully waterproofed. After having the basement waterproofed they were interested in the Total Basement Finishing options that MidAmerica Basement Systems has to offer. ThermalDry Flooring is available in many different colors and finishing options including carpet, tile and hardwood floor. The ThermalDry flooding is completely inorganic and will not mold or mildew. The tiles have a channel system under them that are great for basements.
Homeowner Kathrine has lived in her 1950’s home since 1996. She I snow looking to sell her home. She wanted to make sure that her home was safe. To make sure that her home was safe she recently had a radon mitigation installed in her home. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can be found in soil or rocks. The gas enters at the lowest point of your home. Radon is the second leading cause of cancer in the United States.
Homeowners Mike and Sally have lived in their home for the last 20 years. For the last year they have been worried about the bowing wall in their basement. They were concerned with the bowing wall and the water that comes in from the crack of the bowing wall. When they meet with Design Specialist Mac McDaniel’s they learn why the walls of their home were bowing and the best ways to fix the problem. To help the problem they needed a GeoLock Wall Anchor System. The GeoLock Wall Anchor System permanently stabilizes your basement walls and offers the best opportunity to straighten your walls over time without the coast and disruption of foundation replacement.
Sod is carefully removed and an earth anchor hole is augured. A small hole is drilled through the basement wall and rod is driven out. An earth anchor is installed and attached to the rod. A wall plate is attached and tighten, seating the earth anchor. The hole is backfilled and sod is replaced. Anchors can be tightened at intervals and improve wall condition.
Mike has lived in his home for the last four years. Over time he has slowly noticed the sinking of the driveway and sidewalk. They did not want the problem to get any worse so they contacted MidAmerican Basement Systems. The PolyLevel technology that MidAmerica Basement Systems utilizes is a better alternative to mud jacking. The PolyLevel is pumped under the concrete slab and fills the void under the slab. The PolyFoam them lifts and levels the slab.
Homeowners Michael and Bonnie have lived in their home for the last 43 years. Fr the last 20 years they have had water issues in their basement. Every time their area gets a large amount of rain or water it starts to flood their basement. Water in their home would stream from the walls causing large puddles. After having the basement waterproof they had some of our Total Basement Finishing products installed in their home. These walls are made of inorganic materials meaning they will not mold or mildew. These products are guaranteed to keep your home dry and free of mold.
Homeowner Shelly has lived in her early 2000’s home since it was a new build in the neighborhood. She contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about the PolyLevel service that we offer. PolyLevel is foam that is injected under your concrete slabs. The foam fills the void under the slab that then lifts and levels it back into place. Shelly had her garage and driveway lifted with PolyLevel.
Homeowner Trisha was recently contacted by MidAmerica Basement System when she was due for the service on her waterproofing system. It is important to have your systems serviced to make sure that they are of the highest quality. When you get your waterproofing system serviced they will be cleaned out and make sure that all of the parts are working properly.
Homeowner Julie contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems when she was having issues with her old sump pump. She didn't know if she needed a new sump pump but she knew that she needed help quickly in fear of water entering her home. After inspecting the sump pump it was determined that Julie would need a new sump pump after hers was failing.
Homeowner Jennifer and Darin recently contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about the Radon Mitigation systems that we offer. Radon Mitigation is a great addition to any home and can keep you and you're a family safe. Rado is the second leading cause of Lung Cancer in the United States. Radon is naturally occurring and can enter your home from basements and underground spaces. It is best to have your home tested for radon if your home comes back with high radon levels. The EPA suggests that anything over 4 picocuries is a danger to your health. However, no level of radon is safe to breathe in your home. By contacting MidAmerica Basement Systems you can be guaranteed a safe system for your home.
Homeowners Ronald recently had a Radon Mitigation System installed in his home. When he contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems he was concerned about the levels of radon in his home and wanted advice as soon as possible. Ater meeting with the MidAmerica Basement Systems team he knew that this company was right for him.
Homeowner Roger was interested in having a radon mitigation system installed in his home. When he contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems, he was interested in learning more about wy having a radon mitigation system installed is a good idea for his home. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can be very dangerous to have in your home. Currently, radon is the second leading cause of lunch cancer in the United States.
Homeowner Truda has lived in her home for many years. Recently she has been worried about the levels of radon in her home. She decided it was time to seek professional advice. The radon mitigation system will help remove the radon from the home. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Having a radon mitigation system in your home is great for keeping you safe and also for the resale value of your home.
Homeowner Tom has lived in his 1980's home for the last three years. Over the last three years, he noticed that the walls of his foundation were starting to bow. He decided to contact MidAmerica Basement Systems when he was concerned about the foundation of his home. After meeting with the design specialists he had helical piers installed in his home to make sure that the foundation was safe. The piers will ensure that the home is permanently stable and restore structural integrity.
Homeowner Tom has lived in his home for the last years. He noticed over time that the concrete was sinking and cracking. They decided to seek professional advice and learn more about the polyurethane foam is injected under the driveways concrete slab to fill the void under the slab. The foam hardens and expands filling the void and liting the slab.
Homeowners Fred and Susan have lived in their 2005 home for the last 10 years. They first noticed the cracking and sinking with their driveway 2-3 years ago. They contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about the concrete repair options that we offer. The polyurethane foam is injected under the slab to fill the void under the slab. The foam expands and hardens to help lift and level the slab.
Homeowner Rachel has lived in her home for a few years and over time she noticed that the sidewalks and drive of her home slowly started to sink and crack. She decided to have MidAmerica Basement Systems fix her home. The concrete repair comes in the form of a polyurethane foam that is injected into the concrete. The foam fills the void under the slab and expands and hardens. When the foam expands it lifts the concrete slab. After the slabs are all lifted Nexus Pro is used to seal all of the cracks.
Homeowner Shereena has lived in her 1920's home since May. She first noticed the problems with her sidewalks and driveways as soon as she purchased the home. She wanted to have them fixed as soon as possible as it was an eyesore and a trip hazard to the home. Having concrete lifting and leveling comes in the form of a polyurethane foam that is injected under the concrete slabs. The foam fills the void under the slab and expands. After expanding the foam hardens to keep the concrete slab. After the concrete has been lifted the cracks are filled to give the sidewalk and driveway a cleaner look.
Homeowner Maureen has lived in her home since 2005. In the last two years, she has noticed that the driveway and sidewalk to her home were cracking and sinking. It was an eyesore and also very dangerous. Polyurethane foam is injected under the slabs. The foam fills the voids under the slab that causes the sinking and cracking. The foam expands under the slab and hardens lifting and leveling the slab. After the slabs are level the cracks are filled with NexusPro the NexusPro is used to fill the cracks and also allow them, to move and grow with the seasons.
Homeowner Cody has lived in his home for the last year. His home was built in 1990. For the last year, Cody has noticed that the driveway and the sidewalks of his home were sinking and cracking. Cody called MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about the Concrete Repair Services that are offered. The concrete repair service we recommended for him is a polyurethane foam that is pumped under the concrete. The foam fills a void that caused the sinking and cracking. The foam expands and hardens to lift and level the slab.
Homeowner Terry noticed that the driveway and sidewalks at his home were slowly starting to sink and the sections were pulling apart. He decided to call MidAmerica Basement Systems to help solve these issues, since we are experts in concrete repair. We were able to remedy the problems by pumping a polyurethane foam under the concrete slabs. The foam fills the voids and then expands and hardens, lifting and leveling the slabs.
Homeowners Jennifer and Darin have lived in their home for the last 15 years, the home was built in 1978. They had a front step that was sinking due to the earth underneath washing away. They had a polyurethane foam injected under the concrete to help lift the slab back up. The foam fills the void and expands and hardens to keep the slab from moving.
This homeowner recently contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to find out how he could fix his sinking concrete. We told him about the concrete repair options that we offer, and decided the best course of action would be a polyurethane foam that is injected under the concrete slabs, causing the foam to fill the void that is causing the sinking.
Bonnie and Michael contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to inspect the window in their basement, which was starting to leak into their home. There was standing water in the window seal and they didn't know if the window would need to be replaced or if there was another option for their home. While we were there, MidAmerica Basements checked all of their windows and also their waterproofing system to make sure that it was all working properly. We always go the extra mile for our customers!
Homeowner Fran was worried about the crawlspace under her home. It was wet and smelled musty. She was interested in using this space as storage, but, was unable to due to the potential water damage to her belongings. She had the crawlspace fully encapsulated with CleanSpace. CleanSpace is similar to a thick pool liner that lines all of the walls and floors and then sealed. This water barrier allows for the space to stay dry and free of mold. After the crawlspace is finished it is free of water and can be used to store belongings.
Homeowners Christopher and Dianne were having trouble with their basement. The walls were wet and molding and needed to be removed. Upon our recommendation, they had a full waterproofing system added to their home and a new TripleSafe sump pump. The three pump system comes with a battery back up to make sure the system keeps running even if your home loses power.
Homeowners David and Chris have lived in their home sine 2014. The home was built in 2006. Over the last four years of them living in the home they noticed that the driveway and sidewalk of the home were sinking and cracking. They had no plans to lave the home anytime soon and wanted to make sure that in the time that they lived there that the home was safe. They were interested in not only having the driveway lifted but also having it sealed so that this would not happen again. First, the poly foam is injected under the concrete slabs. Ater the driveway is level they seal all of the joints with Nexus Pro, the Nexus Pro s used to seal all of the concrete slabs together this also allows them to move and grow with the hanging of the season.
Homeowner Helen has lived in her home for the last two weeks. The home was built in the 1950's and she was concerned with the older home and the air quality of the home. She knew that it was a problem when she purchased the home and she wanted to address it as soon as possible. She called MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about her options for cleaner air. Design Specialists Chris DeVore gave Helen different options at different price points to best fit her needs. She had a Radon Mitigation system installed along with an aesthetic cover to protect the system.
Homeowners Joan and Della have lived in their home for many years. The driveway and sidewalk were cracking and sinking. They were damaged and hazardous to people walking on it. They knew that they needed to contact a professional for advice. They were very impressed with the presentation given by MidAmerica Basement System and the new technology that they offer. The PolyFoam is used to lift and level concrete slabs that are sinking and even repair the ones that have been broken.
Homeowner Josh has lived in his home for many years. He recently reached out to MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about how to protect their home from water damage. They had a full perimeter waterproofing system installed. The waterproofing system will help protect the home. The new TripleSafe sump pump is a three pump system that comes with a battery back up. Along with the TripleSafe sump pump, they also have a SaniDry Sedona. The SaniDry is a high powered dehumidifier that will make sure that there is new moisture in the air that could cause mold.
Homeowner Joel has lived in his home for the last two years. The home was built in 2014 and was experiencing some concrete issues. The earth from under their driveway was beginning to wash away and they feared that if they did not have the issue addressed that the driveway would begin to crack and sink. They decided to call MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about concrete repair services. PolyLevel foam is injected under the concrete slabs where it will expand and harden to lift the slab back to its former place. The slab will then be sealed with nexus pro to help the joints of the concrete.
Homeowners Brian and Dianna have lived in their home for many years. They recently have experienced water in their basement and decided to call a professional for advice. They had a design specialist visit their home to do a full inspection of the inside and outside of the home. After the inspection, they decided to have a full waterproofing system installed in their home. A full WaterGuard system is added to all of the exterior walls. The WaterGuard system acts like a channeling system that moves the water to the sump pump, where it will be pumped out of the home.
Homeowners Brian and Dianna have lived in their home for the last few years. They recently contacted MidAmerica Basement Systems to learn more about having their basement waterproofed. After a full inspection of the inside and the outside of the home, they decided that a full perimeter WaterGuard system is installed in the home along with a new TripleSafe sump pump. The TripleSafe is a three pump system that comes with a battery back. The battery back up will keep the system running in case of power loss.
Homeowner, Mary had water coming into her basement around the perimeter. She knew this job cannot always be fixed by cleaning it up with a mop and towel, she knew it was time to call the experts in the industry to come out and take a look at her situation. A Design Specialist was able to come out and talk to Mary about goals she had in mind for her basement and give her the best recommendation.
WaterGuard was one of the systems installed within Mary's home. It is a piping system that is installed around the perimeter of the basement walls. The system intercepts any water that is coming in and drains it safely, unseen away to the TripleSafe Sump Pump to be pumped out of her basement. This will keep Mary's basement dry and free of water. This will also allow her to keep her basement functional. She can still be able to use her basement for storage or for recreational purposes if she chooses to.
If you too are having water coming into your basement, do not hesitate to reach out to MidAmerica Basement Systems. We would be happy to send out a Design Specialist to come give you a free, no-obligation estimate!