This home in Versailles, Kentucky had a cinder block support system in their crawl space that was becoming compromised. We replaced this system with a new SmartJack system. The SmartJack is a high-capacity adjustable steel pier designed to stop settling and even potentially raise the floor back to where it was.
One of the bigger projects in recent history, this home was due for a crawl space makeover. 1,335 square feet of Clean Space was installed along the floors to put it into perspective. On top of that, the home needed 4 rows of Smart Jacks installed to help with the foundation settling. We also installed a SaniDry Sedona, a Smart Pump, Perforated Pipes, Supplemental beams, SilverGlo, an UltraSump, and Joist Assist Brackets. All in all, this project will be paid for itself in terms of saving the crawl space, energy savings, and health savings. The customer was very happy.
This crawl space had multiple walls that had rather large cracks in them. To fix them, we installed FlexiSpan over the cracks. FlexiSpan is able to cover up the look of the cracks, as well as waterproof the cracks.
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Brick pulling away from the home and a bowing foundation wall was the source of concern for a homeowner in Versailles, Kentucky. The home was approximately forty years old. It had a block foundation. The homeowner called The Basement Doctor of Central Kentucky and scheduled an appointment for a free estimate with a Certified Inspector. The Certified Inspector met with the homeowner and recommended our patented Helical Pier System and PowerBraces to be installed to correct this problem.
With these two systems working together, the homeowner will no longer have to be concerned about the stability of the foundation.
Dan M. noticed cupping in his 5 year old hardwood flooring installed in his home. He contacted the flooring company who determined the cupping was caused by too much moisture in the crawlspace. He then called The Basement Doctor of Central Kentucky for help with this issue.
The crawlspace had plastic sheeting installed as a vapor barrier. Our inspector recommended that they encapsulate the crawlspace with CleanSpace. CleanSpace is a 20 mil plastic that is installed on the floors and walls to create a barrier between the ground and the inside of the crawlspace. He also recommended SilverGlo insulation and a SaniDry Sedona to keep the humidity low.
Now that the customer has protected his home from moisture coming from the crawlspace, he will be able to enjoy his hardwood flooring for many years to come.
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