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You can see in the before image that the sidewalk had become uneven. By using the polylevel system, the side walk was lifted back to its original state and completly fixed.
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These homeowners used to have a dirty, incomplete crawlspace, but after calling the Redeemers Group, they can now rest easy with a fully encapsulated crawlspace, complete with our Cleanspae techonology!!
After Tracey Y. noticed the steel plate, which her back porch sits upon, had been settling, she decided to give Redeemers Group a call. After a thorough inspection had been completed, the inspector noticed that the front left and back right corners of the house were also settling, with the concrete under the porch settling as well. Redeemers Group was more than happy to help, and decided the best plan of action would be to encapsulate the dirty, moldy, basement, then complete the foundation work. As seen in these before and after pictures, the crawlspace under the settling house was pretty rough; it even had mold! The encapsulation was completed first, not only ito insure that the foundation work could be completed in a safe enviornment, but also so that the homeowner would no longer have to deal with a moldy, incomplete crawlspace!!
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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the trusted Basement Systems dealer in Memphis, TN.
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.
Scott B. gave Redeemers Group a call to examine his home's crawl space. Our specialist noticed that the crawl space was extremely moist and dirty. This type of issue is a definite breeding ground for mold. Fortunately, we were able to get this issue resolved for this family before the issue worsened.
One of the main components of the crawl space solution included the installation of the Smart Jack System and the CleanSpace® System. This system is essential to keeping any basement or crawlspace dry. The SuperSump® pump system is specifically designed to handle the amount of water that a basement collects during heavy rains. It can pump 2220 gallons per hour at an 8-foot discharge head quietly and efficiently.
The CleanSpace® System separates and protects the crawl space interior from outdoor conditions, keeping the space clean and dry. With a 25-year warranty against rips and tears, this durable 20-milpoly-reinforced crawl space liner converts your crawl space into a usable storage area. And with its mold-resistant additive "UltraFresh", CleanSpace® will never support mildew or mold growth on its surface.
Amalie B. had noticed cracked foundation and doors and windows that were not closing. She also noticed that the floor was settling on the west side of the home. Amalie tried to search for solutions to this problem, but nothing seemed to work. Redeemers Group was more than happy to help her, and her family resolve this issue.
To solve their foundation settlement issue, Redeemers Group installed slab piers and performed a lift procedure on the home. Piers can solve settlement problems by transferring a structure's weight to strong, competent supporting soils at greater depth. Piers can effectively stabilize a settling structure and can even provide jacking points to lift the structure upwards to its original, level position.
Now, Amalie will be able to enjoy her home knowing that their foundation issues are repaired.
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.