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This homeowner was having issues with water getting into their basement every time it would rain. They called Lowountry foundation Repair for a free inspection and customized solution. They decided to go with our Waterproofing System to keep water out and send it away from the home.
The homeowner was concerned about a musty odor in their home. They were worried that it could be harming their respiratory health over time and needed the issue fixed. Through some research, they learned that as much as 40% of the air in a home comes up through the crawlspace, where air pollutants, like mold, flourish. They called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for an inspection, and sure enough, there was a moisture issue in their crawlspace. Our inspector recommended an encapsulation to turn the space under the home into a clean, moisture-controlled environment.
The homeowner was checking their home for repairs and found that their crawlspace had a moisture issue. The insulation of their subfloor had become wet from the moisture and fell down, and there was mold growth starting on the wood as well. They called Lowcountry Foundation repair for an inspection and customized solution, and decided to go with getting an encapsulation. The encapsulation turned the crawlspace into a moisture-controlled environment, protecting the wood foundation and bringing any existing mold into a dormant state. The homeowner was very pleased with the results.
This homeowner was fed up with one of their doors that wouldn't open and close without a hard pull. Their floor also seemed to slope towards the middle of the home. They called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for an inspection and found that the sloping area of the home lacked any support piers. They decided to go with a customized solution including our SmartJack System to relevel and support the floor.
The homeowner noticed their hardwood floor appeared to be cracking and lifting up. They called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for an inspection and found that the support piers under the home were not sufficient enough to support the weight of the home, causing the floor to be uneven, resulting in cracking of the hardwood floors. The homeowner decided to go with our customized SmartJack System and was relieved to have their floor resupported.
Jeremy C. of Forsyth, GA called Lowcountry Basement Systems concerned that his home might be settling. The foundation wall had cracked near the crawl space vents. Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to help Jeremy by stabilizing the foundation with a Push Pier System.
Four push piers were installed around the foundation wall where the house was sinking. After the push piers were pushed to load bearing strata the weight of the home was transferred to the push piers, stabilizing the home. The foundation was then hydraulically lifted back into place. The foundation took one day to fix and Jeremy was thrilled!
Robin R. of Musella, GA had a flooring problem. The piers under her home weren’t supporting the joists like they did when the home was built: the piers were sinking into the ground, causing the floors in the home to sink. Robin could tell something wasn’t right with floor. It felt soft, she said.
After doing some research online, she came across Lowcountry Basement Systems’ website and decided to call for help. Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to stabilize Robin’s floor with crawl space support piers, called SmartJacks.
Robin needed five SmartJacks to fix the sinking floor. The work was completed in one day and she was thrilled to walk on solid floors once more.
The Lowcountry Basements Systems team transformed this damp, nasty crawl space into a healthy, usable storage space.
Our team of professionals came in and installed a CleanSpace Vapor Barrier liner, successfully sealing out moisture, pests, and humidity.
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These Fort Valley, GA homeowners called Lowcountry Basement Systems with a problem. Their floors were unlevel and sagging in some spots. They worried that their house was leaning. They needed to talk to foundation repair experts, so they called Lowcountry Basement Systems.
An inspector from Lowcountry Basement Systems inspected the foundation and discovered that piers in the crawl space were not providing enough support to the foundation of the house. It was recommended to install a SmartJack System. SmartJacks can support up to 60,000-pounds, and are adjustable. The unlevel floors were fixed in less than a day, and they were thrilled!
This home in Fort Valley, GA had floors that were sagging. The homeowner called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for a free inspection and decided on our customized SmartJack System to provide their floor the support it needed and relevel it.
Ginny G. of Gray, GA had lived in her home for 13 years, and decided it was time to remodel. One of the items on her “to fix list” was the porch. The area between the entrance of the house and the brickwork was lackluster. Ginny didn’t feel like it was a proper entrance and wanted it fixed.
Another contractor recommended Ginny call Lowcountry Basement Systems for help. Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to stabilize the sinking porch and lift the area back to its original height, closing the gap between the brickwork and the door. Ginny was thrilled with the result and proud to show off her home once again.
This homeowner wanted to fix their sagging floors in their old home. They called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for a solution. Our inspector came out and did a thorough inspection of the sinking areas, checking their crawlspace and exterior foundation for sinking, and wrote up a complete solution to fix the issue. This solution included our SmartJack System, which supports the home from underneath in the crawlspace. They were very pleased with the support the SmartJacks provided to their home.
On the right side of the images, note the bricks failing to support the home. due to settling.
Narcisa P. of Byron, GA had a problem with an unlevel foundation of her house. As she was selling the house, an appraiser had informed Narcisa that her floors weren’t level. In order to “fix it to list it” Narcisa went online to research foundation issues and found LowcountryBasementSystems.com. An inspector from Lowcountry Basement Systems visited the home and performed a thorough inspection. A custom solution was put in place for Narcisa to fix her foundation issues. Galvanized steel SmartJacks would be installed in the crawl space to support the main beam, and bring her subfloor level again. Narcisa was thrilled with the results.
Gayle L. of Byron, GA was concerned about moisture in her crawl space. With all the rain in previous years, she noticed her foundation had settled as cracks appeared in the outer brick walls. Gayle saw and ad on Macon’s CBS 13 for the foundation experts at Lowcountry Basement Systems and called for a free inspection. The inspector visited the home and noted the dampness in the crawl space and microbial growth on some of the joists. He recommended a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to seal Gayle’s crawl space.The system is designed to lower relative humidity, preventing microbial growth. Gayle’s moisture issues were resolved within a week and she was thrilled!
This home in Macon, GA had walls that were sinking, creating large cracks in the exterior brick of the home. The homeowner called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for a free estimate and custom solution to the issue. Our inspector recommended piers to lift the wall back into place and stabalize it. The homeowner was very pleased with the solution.
This homeowner in Macon, GA noticed his porch slab sunk almost 3 inches and was cracking on one side. Not knowing what was going on, he called Lowcountry Basement Systems for a free inspection.
The inspector from Lowcountry Basement Systems designed a custom solution to fix the problem. Lowcountry Basement Systems could attempt to lift and level the concrete slab with Slab Piers. The Slab Pier System is made up of steel piers that are hydraulically driven into the ground to potentially lift slabs and then concealed out of sight under the concrete slab. In one day the porch was level and his tripping hazard removed!
Randy B. of Macon, GA was worried about his home. There were cracks in the foundation wall, the drywall was tearing and his floors were uneven. Randy thought his home might be settling and called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free inspection. The inspector recommended installing a SmartJack system.
To stabilize and lift the sinking floors five SmartJacks and four PowerBrace beams were installed in the crawl space. SmartJacks are galvanized steel crawl space support columns that are capable of support 60,000 pounds each. The project took one for the Lowcountry Basement Systems team to complete, and the results were immediately noticed by Randy when he walked in his home. He was thrilled with the results!
Linda B. of Macon, GA had a settlement problem. Stair stepping cracks were noticeable in two places in her brick wall. She tried to fix the cracks with mortar but the mortar didn’t last and the cracks grew. Linda called Lowcountry Basement Systems to finally fix the problem.
Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a Push Pier System, consisting of three push piers. The piers were installed beneath the footer of the home, where the weight of the foundation could be transferred to stop the house from settling. The piers were hydraulically lifted, lifting the foundation wall, closing the gap between the cracks permanently.
Beatrice M. of Macon GA and her husband built their home 47 years ago. They had decided to leave the house to their children after they passed away and they wanted the house to be in good working order for their children. However, there was a drywall crack above one of the doors that appeared in recent years.
Beatrice called Lowcountry Basement Systems for help. Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to fix her foundation issue with a SmartJack System. The project took one day and Beatrice was thrilled with the results!
The homeowner found a large stair-stepping crack on the back of their home and realized this could mean their home is settling. They called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for a free inspection and the presented solution included our piering system to lift and level the home. The homeowner decided to move forward with the project and was pleased with the results.
This home in Macon, GA had unlevel floors. The homeowner was concerned that the crawlspace piers of their home were not providing proper support and called Lowcountry Foundation Repair. One of our inspectors did a free inspection and estimate to fix the problem and recommended our SmartJack support system. They were very pleased with the resulting support and level floor.
Stephen C. of Macon, GA had moisture issues and microbial growth on his basement walls. Stephen went online to research foundation experts who could help.
Stephen found LowcountryBasementSystems.com and viewed case studies and read job stories similar to the issues he was having. He called for a free estimate to fix his basement issues. An inspector went to the home and recommended installing a TripleSafe Sump System; a highly efficient water evacuation system for basements. He also recommended encapsulating the area to to isolate the basement walls from the earth, preventing microbial growth and reducing humidity. Stephen had the work done and within just a few days noticed an immediate difference. He was thrilled!
Adriene D. of Macon, GA inherited a 51-year-old home from her grandparents. The house was a blessing, but the foundation of the home needed to be repaired. There were cracks in the brick, and many other signs of settlement issues in the home.
Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to help Adriene by stabilizing the foundation with a custom solution that addressed the entire problem. Push piers were installed around the exterior of the home to stabilize the foundation walls and lift them, closing the cracks in the wall. The project took three days to for the Lowcountry Basement Systems team to complete. Adriene was thrilled to have her grandparents home fixed!
This home in Macon, GA was having issues with sinking foundation around the home. One of the areas had a large portion of the wall sunken. It started with a small crack, and gradually became worse without proper support. Past owners of the home just used plaster to cover the unsightly cracks, but they would just come back worse than before. Finally, they called Lowcountry Foundation Repair to fix the problem, fully supporting the wall, and bringing it back up with a piering system. The homeowner was relieved.
This Macon, GA homeowner noticed the corner of her house was beginning to slope, and became concerned about her home’s foundation. She called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule an appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector Brian suggested that she should have three of our SmartJacks installed in her crawl space where the house was dropping. Our SmartJacks are used as a column support that lifts sagging floor joists. After two installation days, the project was complete and the homeowner was very happy with the outcome!
The owners of this Macon, GA house were worried their foundation was settling. Every time they sat on their patio, all they could see were the cracks in their brick wall. The owners called Lowcountry Basement Systems for help.
A Push Pier System was used to stabilize the foundation. Galvanized steel tube sections were hydraulically driven into the ground to load bearing strata where the load of the house could be properly supported. The foundation was stabilized, and an opportunity for lift was presented. The Lowcountry Basement Systems team was able to lift the foundation wall to seal the cracks.
Bernice M. of Macon, GA was watching tv when she saw a Lowcountry Basement Systems commercial for foundation repair. Bernice watched the commercial and noticed that she was experiencing the same problems: her floors were sagging, there were cracks in the drywall. Bernice called Lowcountry Basement Systems and scheduled a free inspection of her crawl space.
Lowcountry Basement Systems recommended installing a SmartJack System to provide additional support to the joists and subfloor. SmartJacks are easily adjustable and made from galvanized steel, so they won’t rust. It took two days to complete the work, but when it was done, Bernice was thrilled!
Cliff R. of Warner Robins, GA didn’t feel comfortable cooking in his home. The floor in the kitchen was uneven and it felt soft beneath his feet, so Cliff didn’t cook that often. One day, Cliff decided he couldn’t live like this. He searched for foundation repair companies in the Warner Robins area and found Lowcountry Basement Systems.
Lowcountry Basement Systems inspected the home and recommended installing a SmartJack System to support the area under the kitchen. SmartJacks are capable of supporting over 60,000 pounds each, and they are made of galvanized steel so they won’t rust. Cliff chose to work with Lowcountry Basement Systems was glad that he did. The work was done in two days and Cliff could finally cook in his kitchen without worrying he was going to fall through.
The wood joists in this crawl space weakened over time due to the high humidity, which ultimately caused the floor to sag. Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a SmartJack System to stabilize the subfloor of this home.
Our SmartJack System consists of adjustable steel piers, that can safely and efficiently lift components of a home that suffer from sagging.
Steven S. of Warner Robins, GA had a large crack in his garage floor and the entire area sunk about three inches. He noticed the drop every time he parked his car. After seeing an ad for concrete repair on Macon’s CBS 13, Steven called Lowcountry Basement Systems for a free inspection of the sinking and cracked concrete in his garage.
Lowcountry Basement Systems injected a geotechnical polyurethane foam called PolyLevel in several areas under the concrete to lift and level the garage floor. PolyLevel hardens and cures to a stiff, strong rigid foam material that will not absorb water or alter in dimension over time. The cracks in the concrete were sealed with NexusPro Joint Sealant, and in less than a day the garage floor was fixed and Steven could drive his car in on a smooth, level surface again.