This Moncks Corner, SC homeowner contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems after he noticed that his pool deck was sinking and unlevel. He wanted his pool to be ready to use for the upcoming summer season, so he did some research to find the best solution. He came across Lowcountry Basement Systems and was immediately impressed. He called and scheduled an appointment with a specialist.
Lowcountry Basement Systems sent an inspector to Moncks Corner to look at the pool deck. He suggested that the sinking areas be lifted with PolyLevel, a high-density polyurethane that is injected through a dime-sized hole in the concrete. It expands beneath the concrete slab to lift it back to its desired height.
After only one day of installation, the pool deck was lifted back to place with PolyLevel. The homeowner was thrilled!
Buck M. of Moncks Corner, SC knew he had a problem with his crawl space, it leaked water, he said. So he called Lowcountry Basement Systems for help. The project took three days to complete, after three weeks Buck noticed a dramatic difference in his home.
Floors sinking and drywall cracks are signs of foundation issues. The owners of this home in Moncks Corner, SC home, Eric and Kim P. called Lowcountry Basement Systems for help. The Lowcountry Basement Systems inspector suggested installing adjustable steel SmartJacks to support the foundation, taking pressure off the sinking piers that had been struggling to support the home. SmartJacks are capable of supporting loads up to 60,000-pounds, and can be adjusted.
A Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System was then installed to finish this crawl space, sealing it from moisture coming in from the ground, transforming this “problem” crawl space into a clean, dry foundation. The owners were thrilled!
Eric P. of Moncks Corner, SC called Lowcountry Basement Systems to help him repair his subfloor. Parts of his floor felt weak and soft. Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to fix the problem with a SmartJack System. It stabilized the foundation, making the floor feel solid once again.
This homeowner had concerns about mildew smells in their home that was coming up through the floor from their crawlspace. They looked at the wood in their crawlspace to find mold growth on the wood. They called Lowcountry foundation repair for a free inspection and customized solution to fix the issue. Our inspector suggested getting a crawlspace encapsulation to seal off invading moisture, including a dehumidifier to measure and reduce moisture to safe levels. The homeowner was pleased with the result, and the existing mold easily became dormant with the newly conditioned space.