This home in St Simons Island, GA had moisture issues in the crawlspace. The homeowner was worried the moisture could cause more damage to the home's foundation, so they called Lowcountry Foundation Repair for a free inspection and quote to have the issue fixed. The homeowner was pleased to choose to get an encapsulation to solve the moisture problem.
This home in Saint Simons Island, GA had a long term moisture in their crawlspace. The floors were starting to weaken from the high moisture levels in the air. The homeowner called Lowcountry Foundation Repair and our inspector did a free estimate and wrote up a custom solution to the problem. The homeowner went with the encapsulation seal the crawlspace off from outside moisture. They were pleased with the result and decided that in the future they would also like to have our crawl space support posts installed in some areas to strengthen the floor.
This home in Saint Simons Island, GA had a sagging floor. The homeowner contacted Lowcountry Foundation repair for a free inspection and custom quote. Our inspector determined that there was insufficient support in the crawlspace and recommended our SmartJack support system. The homeowner decided to move forward with the project and was pleased with the results.
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Maureen M. of Sea Island, SC was walking in her home one day when she noticed her floors had started buckling in a few areas. She peeked in her crawl space and saw her insulation falling. Although there was no standing water, she could feel a large amount of moisture in the air.
It didn’t take her long to call Lowcountry Basement Systems for a free inspection. Upon the arrival of John, System Design Specialist, Maureen felt relief. John recommended a complete crawl space encapsulation system to prevent moisture from destroying her home from the foundation up.
Maureen’s project was scheduled and completed. She had Smart Jacks installed to provide additional support to her joists, CleanSpace liner to block out moisture from the ground, a SaniDry™ CX dehumidifier to remove moisture from the air and SilverGlo insulation added to her crawl space walls. The water was collected via TripleSafe Sump Pump and pumped away from her home.
It didn’t take long for Maureen to see the effects, and she was thrilled!
Strickland H. of Brunswick, GA was interested in acquiring four investment properties. However, before he and his realtor made an offer to purchase the condos in question, they wanted to have the foundations inspected. Strickland called the local experts at Lowcountry Basement Systems and asked to have the properties inspected.
Dan Friesen, one of our inspectors, went to the properties; all of which were built on slabs. Dan identified common signs of settlement and recommended stabilizing the slabs with our Slab Pier System. Dan’s recommendation would fix the settling problem and come with a 25-year-warranty.
Strickland was impressed with the Slab Pier System. He purchased the condos, fixed the properties and rented them. Another happy Lowcountry Basement Systems customer!
Matt L. of Saint Simons Island, GA became concerned with his home's foundation when he noticed that his floors were starting to sink. Every time he walked across his kitchen floor he felt uneasy like he was about to fall right through his floor into his crawl space. He also noticed other signs of settlement around his home. Cracks in the drywall, doors that did not open or shut properly were becoming a daily nuisance. After doing some research online, Matt called Lowcountry Basement Systems for a free inspection of his foundation. With the appointment set, Matt eagerly waited for the certified inspector to arrive.
Lowcountry Basement Systems' sent an inspector to Matt's home to carefully look at his crawlspace and document the problem areas. After the inspector was done, he explained to Matt that his floor joists were weak and weren't supporting the home properly causing the weak floor feeling. The inspector suggested installing SmartJacks under the home to add structural support to the foundation.
A SmartJack is a galvanized steel column support that lifts sagging floor joists.
In one day the SmartJacks were installed, and the floor was properly supported. Matt no longer had to worry about falling through his kitchen floor!
Charles R. of Saint Simons, GA built his home in 1983. Since then, he said, his driveway slowly began to crack and sink. After seeing Lowcountry Basement Systems’ ad in the Brunswick News for its concrete lifting and leveling service, Charles called for a free estimate.
The Lowcountry Basement Systems inspector examined the driveway, took measurements and gave Charles his recommendation. Injecting PolyLevel, a two-part high-density polymer (expanding foam) under the slab would allow the Lowcountry Basement Systems team to lift the driveway back into place. With a level driveway, the tripping hazards would be eliminated, and his house would have more curb appeal.
Charles decided to move forward with Lowcountry Basement Systems. The PolyLevel team took three hours to complete the job, and Charles was thrilled! Charles was finally able to park his car comfortably in his driveway after 15 years!
Howser Enterprises called Lowcountry Basement Systems to inspect a crawl space for one of their clients. Lowcountry Basement Systems recommended reducing the moisture and removing the humidity in the crawl space by installing a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System. Howser Enterprises selected Lowcountry Basement Systems to do the work.
Lowcountry Basement Systems encapsulated the crawl space for the client. CleanSpace liner, Drainage Matting, a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier, and an EverLast Crawl Space Door, were installed to reduce moisture and remove humidity from the crawl space. The crawl space required two SmartSumps with alarms.
The project took three days to complete, and Howser Enterprises was happy with the work performed.
This homeowner of Brunswick, GA was worried about his property value decreasing. His home didn’t have the same curb appeal it did when he bought it. Over time, cracks in his driveway appeared and parts of it sunk into the ground. It was an eyesore and very irritating to drive his truck over every day after work.
The homeowner's looked for a company that could mudjack his driveway and make it look nice again. During his research he found a better solution than mudjacking. He called Lowcountry Basement Systems about his problem and learned about PolyLevel.
PolyLevel is an expanding two-part polyurethane foam that could lift the sinking driveway without the mess and inconsistency of mudjacking.
The homeowner's decided to have the work done by Lowcountry Basement Systems. PolyLevel was injected through small holes in the concrete to fill the voids and lift and level the slab. NexusPro Joint Sealant was the final step in sealing the cracks, and in just over one day the concrete was now supported and his cracks sealed. The homeowner's was thrilled with the results!
This homeowner was considering replacing his 2,000 square feet Brunswick, GA driveway. It had cracked and sunk and became a tripping hazard. Jon chose not to replace the concrete as it would be expensive. He looked for possible solutions to fix it, rather than replace it.
Jon searched online and found a solution from Lowcountry Basement Systems called PolyLevel. PolyLevel, he discovered could possibly lift his sinking driveway.
PolyLevel was injected through small dime-sized holes drilled in the slabs, allowing the expanding geotechnical foam beneath the slab to stabilize the concrete. Lowcountry Basement Systems also used NexusPro silicone-based sealant to seal the joints and cracks. It took less than a day to level the driveway and fix the unsightly and dangerous cracks!
Bruce H. of Saint Simons Island, GA had issues with several condominiums units in two of the buildings he owned. Over four years, Bruce watched cracks in the ceilings and walls form and slowly get worse. The condo owners could feel the difference in the floors as the buildings settled. After Bruce noticed the sidewalk cracked, he decided it was time to fix the problem.
Bruce researched the problem online and called the experts at Lowcountry Basement Systems to come and look at his condominiums. A custom solution of helical piers and PolyLevel was recommended by the inspector to stabilize the foundation and stop further damage.
Fifteen galvanized steel helical piles were installed along the perimeter of both buildings. After being hydraulically driven into the ground, they were used to lift the foundation back to level. PolyLevel was then used to lift areas of the sidewalk. Injected under the surface of the sunken concrete through dime-sized holes, this expanding foam lifted the sidewalk. The cracks were sealed with NexusPro Joint Sealant. The building owner was thrilled that the condos were stabilized and the sidewalk was fixed.
Horst R. of Brunswick, GA had water issues in his basement. Every time it rained the basement flooded. The small sump pump that was there couldn’t keep up, and the result was a wet, smelly mess.
Horst went online to research basement waterproofing and requested a free estimate from LowcountryBasement.com. An inspector from Lowcountry Basement Systems visited the home and created a custom solution to divert water away from the foundation of the house and stop it seeping in through the basement walls. A WaterGuard drainage system was installed around the inside perimeter of the basement to divert water away from the foundation walls. Horst could now rest easy that his basement would be dry and not flood every time it rained. He was thrilled with the results!
Sally S. of Saint Simons Island, GA saw an ad for Lowcountry Basement Systems concrete lifting and level service in the Brunswick News. After seeing the ad, Sally immediately thought of her pool deck. The concrete had cracked and sunk just like the pictures in the newspaper ad.
Sally called Lowcountry Basement Systems and scheduled a free inspection of the problem. After meeting with the inspector, Sally decided to have the concrete issues fixed, rather than replacing all the concrete around the pool. Lowcountry Basement Systems sent a technician and in just one day the pool deck was fixed.
Sally was thrilled to have her pool deck fixed before pool season. She also saved a lot of money in the process!
Bill V. of Brunswick, GA knew he had a foundation problem; he also knew exactly what was wrong with his home. Bill had a load bearing wall inside his home that was not supported. The builder of the home made a mistake and didn’t install the crawl space support column under the wall.
Over time, the heavy wall inside the home began to sink without support. The sinking action caused the drywall to tear at the corner of door frames. Bill called Lowcountry Basement Systems and asked for help with his foundation problem.
After reviewing the issue and inspecting the home, Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a SmartJack System to stabilize the subfloor and wall above. The SmartJack System lifted the wall, closing the gaps in the drywall. With the wall stabilized and the drywall gapes closes, the drywall could be repaired. Bill was very happy with the results.
Robert noticed a nasty crack appearing down the middle of his driveway where one side was sinking lower than the other.
Robert called on Lowcountry Foundation Repair for help. They specialize in concrete lifting and leveling.
Lowcountry Foundation Repair used PolyLevel to fill the void beneath the concrete that was allowing the concrete to sink. Once lifted, they used NexusPro to seal the crack to make it less visible.
Robert was extremely satisfied with the results.
Cynthia was having problems with moisture in her crawl space and shifting in her floors. Concerned that the long term moisture problem would damage the structure of her home, she reached out to Lowcountry Foundation Repair for help.
The inspector arrived and explained that the shifting floor was a result of the moisture saturating the wood from her crawl space underneath her home. He explained that she needed to seal out all the moisture and airflow with an encapsulation system and stabilize her floors with SmartJack piering system.
After he presented her with a detailed explanation of the science behind the system, she agreed to move forward with the CleanSpace encapsulation system and the SmartJack stabilization system.
Since the install, Cynthis can rest easy knowing that her foundation is now stable and protected from further damage.
Homeowner, Edward, from Saint Simons Island, GA noticed that he had an unlevel foundation. Edward did not want this to become a bigger problem in the future so he did some research and found out about Lowcountry Foundation Repair. He decided to call us and was set up with an appointment with an inspector.
The day came where the inspector came through and looked at Edward’s house. The inspector did a free inspection and gave Edward a quote for the solution. The recommendation was to use SmartJacks. SmartJacks would relevel the floors and support Edward’s home. After some thought and consideration, Edward decided to go through with the inspectors’ recommendation.
Our production team came and installed the SmartJacks system. Just as the inspector predicted, SmartJacks was able to support the home and relevel the floors. Edward was extremely satisfied with the results, and this is another example of how we are working to redefine our industry.
Homeowner, Monica, noticed there were high levels of humidity in her crawlspace. She also noticed that there were some problems with her flooring because of the humidity. To stop this from becoming a further problem, Monica did some research on who to call. She found Lowcountry Foundation Repair and realized we would be her best fit. Monica gave us a call and we set her up with an appointment.
The day came where the inspector went through Monica’s crawlspace to do a free inspection and give Monica a customized quote for the solution. The inspector also noticed there were moisture issues in Monica’s crawlspace. The inspector recommended that there should be an encapsulation installed. The encapsulation would create a moisture-controlled space and seal off all groundwater.
After some consideration, Monica decided to go through with the recommendation. Our production team came and installed the encapsulation. Monica was extremely satisfied with the results, and this is another example of how we are working to redefine our industry.
Homeowner, Beth from Saint Simons Island, noticed she had cracking tiles and crown molding along with broken piers in her crawlspace. Beth knew she had to get a solution to her crawlspace problem as soon as possible. After doing some research, Beth found Lowcountry Foundation Repair. She immediately gave us a call and we set Beth up for a free inspection and a customized quote.
Our inspector came and looked at Beth's crawlspace and said the best solution would be to use SmartJacks. SmartJacks would relevel the floors and support the house. Beth decided to go through with the recommendation and our production team came in and installed SmartJacks. Beth's crawlspace now looks better than ever, and Beth was extremely satisfied with the results. This is another example of how we are working to redefine our industry.
Homeowner, Jill, from Brunswick, Georgia noticed he had cracks on his walls and ceiling. He knew that this could lead to a larger home problem, so he did some research on the web for who to call. After some looking, Jill found Lowcountry Foundation Repair. After calling us, we set Jill up for a free inspection and a customized quote.
Our inspector came to look at Jill's home and saw that the reason he had cracks on his wall and ceiling was that there were foundation issues. Jill's floor would need to be releveled and the inspector recommended using SmartJacks. SmartJacks would lift up the foundation to relevel the floors and support the home. Our production team came and installed SmartJacks and now Jill's home will be in great condition for many years to come. Most importantly, Jill was extremely happy with the results.
This home in Jekyll Island, GA had cracking walls and sloping floors in the house. After calling and setting up an appointment, the costumer was scheduled for a free inspection and a customized quote to fix the issue. The inspector looked at the problem and recommended our piering system. This would relevel the foundation and fix the sloping problem. They decided to go through with the recommendation and our production team came and installed the piering system. As predicted, the foundation became releveled and the sloping was fixed. They were happy they chose Lowcountry!
This homeowner noticed cracking alongside the outside of their home. After searching online and finding Lowcountry Foundation Repair, they called right away to receive their free estimate to fix the problem. The homeowner decided to move forward with the project and our installation crew arrived at the home to begin the work. They dug holes alongside the perimeter of the sinking area and installed helical piers to lift and support the foundation of the home. This in turn seals the cracks in the walls and relevels the structure. These piers will protect the value of the home for many years to come. The homeowner was very impressed with the work.