We get asked all of the time, Do I need to remove all of the drywall, or can I cut a section out? And, when I cut a section out how do I get it replaced. Here is and example of cutting 32 inches of drywall out, and when the waterproofing job is completed, replacing the removed section of wall with our revolutionary ZenWall systems and trim.
This was a home that had been sitting on the market for quite some time due to its foundation issues. The home was beautiful other than the bowing and cracking in the unfinished basement walls. PowerBraces were installed to stabilize the failing walls. PowerBraces can be tightened over time, potentially returning the wall to it's original straight state.
A three-fold job in Des Moines area tested all of our skills by requiring replacement of one wall, while putting braces on two others and waterproofing the entire basement.
As you can see, this section of concrete has settled at the seam or joint. For several years it was a small duck pond holding water after local rain. With our revolutionary PolyLEVEL system we were able to restore the sidewalk slap back to level, and do it at a fraction of the cost of replacement. The concrete cosmetically is the same color and matches the surroundings.
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