Job Stories

Job Stories

Water-filled Crawl Space had to be drained in Drummonds, TN!
This customer had a very flooded crawl space. In fact, the first day out on the job had to be spent completely pumping out the water! We removed the water, then returned to install a full drainage system to move water out from the crawl space and far out away from the home. This all begins with the sump pump that pulls water that enters the crawl space into a drainage line that forces the water way out into the yard and away from the home where, if left unchecked, would do major damage to the house over time.Luckily this customer called us to solve the flooding before things got out of control. Have you called your local waterproofing and foundation experts to help you? Don't wait, flooded crawl spaces will only get worse with time!
Unstable Soils Lead to Cracked Garage Floor in Drummonds TN, Local Concrete Expert Tasked to Help
This homeowner noticed a small crack in his garage when he first moved in three years ago. His home was newly built, so he figured it was due to settling, and everyone told him that it was normal and "houses settle all the time, even newly-built homes."But, as the snow and rains came and went, he notice the crack getting bigger, and now new ones were appearing.He did the smart thing, and called his local concrete repair company and asked us to take a look. Our System Design Specialist came out and correctly diagnosed the issue: water was seeping under his concrete slab and causing voids to form, which in turn was leading to his concrete sinking and cracking.   Luckily, he had called in time; Redeemers Group was able to stabilize the garage slab by injecting a proprietary polymer foam. Once the slab was stabilized, we sealed the joints to close the crack AND to make sure no more water got in and disrupted the soil beneath the slab. The homeowner was so grateful, he went on to trust the concrete experts, and asked for preventative sealing of all his existing concrete to ensure he never had to deal with cracking or settling again!
Germantown home with interior signs of humidity issues in the crawl space
This homeowner wasn’t concerned with the condition of the crawl space until the water and humidity issues began to affect the beautiful wood flooring in the downstairs on the home. They started to notice rippling in some places of the flooring. In others, the boards were expanding and contracting with the changes in dampness below them. One picture shows where boards started to come up altogether. Our inspector found that the crawl space needed to be fully encapsulated. The system included drainage matting, Cleanspace liner, a Sani Dry sump pump, and a dehumidifier. Click here to learn more about how all of these parts of the encapsulation system work together, and why they are all necessary. In the end, the homeowner was pleased that any water that would enter the crawl space would be diverted to the sump before it can cause problems, and the dehumidifier would keep the air conditioned in an appropriate manner. They were further pleased that as the system began working, and the flooring began to dry out from the underside, some of the aesthetic issues with the hardwood floors went away.
INSANE Poly Job on Driveway in Olive Branch, MS
Check out this INSANE PolyLEVEL job that our crew completed!! Christopher R.,of Olive Branch, MS, decided that after years of letting his driveway settle and crack, it was FINALLY time to give Redeemers Group a call! As you can see in the pictures attached, the driveway hadn't just settled by a few centimeters, some parts settled INCHES!  Shane and his crew were able to get incredible lift on this driveway, filing in cracks with NexusPro as they went. The finishing touch for this PolyLEVEL job was a solid powerwashing. Not only does the driveway look great, but the PolyLEVEL will outlast the life of the concrete, so Christopher won't have to worry about anymore settling!  This job site is so neat to see as a before and after, but it also serves as a testiment to the question. "Why are you waiting?" Little problems turn into bigger problems as time goes on. The best time to act is now!! 
Rainfall made this crawl space dangerous and flooded
This customer knew that rain was a problem for her home, but until she asked Redeemers group, a local crawl space specialist, to come look, she did not know HOW much of a problem it really was.   The rainwater intrusion was very significant; it cause not only flooding in the crawl space, but also would lead to wood rot, which in turn was causing her floor joists, main beam and subfloor to fail.All hope was not lost, however. After our System Design Specialist diagnosed the problem, our Crawl Space team rolled out and install a sump pump, drainage system, and smart pipe to guard the crawl space against water getting into and staying in the crawl space. Then, we full encapsulated the crawl space, and installed a de-humidifier,  which meant we would stop moisture from getting into the air and rotting the wood in the crawl space!
Foundation Repair for Peace of Mind in Oxford, MS
Betty T. of Oxford, MS was frustrated with her concrete slab foundation issues.  Her home was only 2 years old when she began to experience foundation troubles.  Her home was built on uneven ground with tree roots and debris underneath the slab.  This meant failing soil, a settling foundation, a sunken room, and windows and doors that could not function.  The windows and doors were a major concern for Betty because of her daughter with special needs.  Betty needed reassurance that all doors and windows functioned properly in case of emergency. What’s worse?  She trusted another company to fix her foundation issues and this work, which was guaranteed, failed.  When she tried to get the company to honor the guarantee, she discovered that they are now out of business.  Luckily, she found Redeemers Group. Ryan, one of our Inspectors, went to visit Betty with two things in mind. First, he wanted to fully and permanently resolve her foundation issues and give Betty the peace of mind she deserved.  Next, he wanted to redefine Betty’s experience while dealing with a contractor and show her that honesty, integrity, and compassion still exist in our business.  After Ryan walked her through the solution and all processes involved, Betty agreed with the findings, and the work was set to begin. It was now up to Chet and his crew, who were tasked with handling this foundation project.  They installed our Push Pier system in order to stabilize the sinking room.  Not only was this the most effective solution, but it is also permanent.  Push Piers offer the much-needed stabilization without further disturbing the soil.  Along with the Push Piers, the crew used our PolyLevelTM system.  Injecting PolyLevelTM underneath the concrete works to fill voids and stabilize the foundation in places where piers cannot go.  PolyLevelTM was also used to level her concrete patio.   It is jobs like this that reinforce the Redeemers Group mission: to redefine.  Betty was let down by a few poor contractors who did subpar work and left her frightened about the well-being of her daughter.  We are proud to have been there for Betty and to make sure that her home is safe, and her foundation is secure.
Midtown Memphis home with significant settlement issues being rehabbed
An old Midtown Memphis home has been rehabbed over the last year in order to become a SafeFamiles home starting this month. Towards the end of their rehabbing process, the home’s owner asked us to take a look at the settlement issues that were very apparent around and throughout the home. Upon inspection, we did find that quite a bit of work needed to be done to stabilize the home. Many of the typical signs of settlement could be found: the windows were pulling away from the brick, vertical, horizontal, and stairstep cracking was throught the brick exterior, and a significant amount of deterioration had occured at many of those points. We could also see that there had been a few attempts to patch over the exterior cracking, however, the house continued to settle making that effort futile.  Because of the amount of work needed to both stabilize AND attempt to lift back to level, the homeowner chose to simply stabilize the home and not to worry about lifting back to level. It is important to note that because the home was being rehabbed, the new interior sheetrock, flooring, etc. hide some of the aesthetic flaws that could be seen. On the exterior, they planned to repaint the brick which would hide some of the exterior flaws from settlement. Often times, homeowners do want to attempt lift, where possible, to help with those aesthetic flaws from settlement. After our Specialist determined that push piers were the appropriate solution for this particular home, our crew was able to successfully make the home stabile.  9 push piers were installed around the home’s perimeter. Piers can solve settlement problems by transferring a structure's weight to strong, competent supporting soils at greater depth.  We did not attempt a lift back to level with this home, as it would have required approximately 3-4 more push piers in order to do so. The team leader placed the piers around the perimeter of the home, spacing them appropriately to achieve stabilization.  In this case, the homeowner is happy the home is now safe, and can used used for the SafeFamilies program in Memphis. 
Snakes Falling from the Sky!
It’s not every day our crew sees snakes falling from the sky!! Lead foreman Kiel Davis sent a picture of a snake and told us he’s never seen his crew member Antonio move as fast as he did when it fell out of the floor joists!! The snake was taken care of, and no one on our team was injured! It sure gave the crew a good laugh, or for Antonio, a good scare!!  
PolyLEVEL Art!!
Foreman Shane Garrett messaged our whole team in our Slack messages after one of his jobsites! He was so proud of the PolyLEVEL job he had just completed, which was a void fill of 5 feet long and 1 and a half deep!! He captioned these pictures "Poly Art". We love when our foreman get excited about their work and want to show it off to the rest of the team. You go Shane!! 
Reasons Why Women Statistically Live Longer than Men
Foreman Shane Garrett shared some jobsite pictures with everyone, showing himself crawling completely under a driveway! He captioned it “winter is coming”, due to the FREEZING temperatures that Memphis has been experiencing. Shane completed a PolyLEVEL job on the driveway, but not without a few laughs from the team!! Foreman Dylan and Production Manager Ty also joined in on the fun, claiming that crawling under a concrete driveway that could collapse at any given minute, is why women statistically live longer than men.
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