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Shaun has worked in the home improvement industry since 1994. Shaun completed his original training with another dealer in our Basement Systems network. To mention a few of his training accomplishments; he is certified in crawlspace, basements, foundation, and PolyLevel concrete repair. He enjoys outdoor activities, as well as volunteer & mission work.
These basement walls were bowing in and needed attention before the problem got worse. Carbon Armor strips were able to secure and support the wall to keep it from any further damage.
Outside digging around the foundation was not necessary and no need to jack hammer, move plumbing, hot water heater, or other lines.
This home in Elkton Kentucky had an older sump pump system and a store bought a dehumidifier. But the basement was still getting wet.
The basement was used for storage mostly so keeping the space dry is important.
A TripleSafe Sump liner sits level with the floor housing a Zoeller M53 cast iron sump pump but has space for additional pumps as needed. An airtight lid secures on the liner keeping the moisture out of the air.
A 40-year-old home in Elkton Kentucky started showing signs of foundation stress about 10 years ago. The family hadn't noticed anything they felt was major other but over time leaks got worse when it rained and horizontal crack in the block grew.
It was important to protect the home and keep the use of the space.
CarbonArmor strips were installed vertically on the wall to stabilize the affected area against further inward bowing. CarbonArmos also comes with a 25-year warranty because Frontier Basement Systems is a Deluxe Dealer that warranty is nationally backed.
This family has the peace of mind that their home is safe and secure.
Not all crawl space support can be treated equally.
This home in Boaz, Kentucky had previous attempts at supporting the floor above. However the material and tactic used were all wrong.
Removing what was found and replacing with better material and a strategy to support the weight of the home offered the best permanent solution.