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This customer was experiencing multiple foundation issues. We installed waterproofing, anchors, and powerbraces in this home. Here are the before and after pictures of the powerbrace system on one of the walls.
This customer noticed that their basement walls were bowing. We installed anchors to prevent more inward movement and potentially straighten the walls back to a level position.
This particularly nasty crawl space in East Peoria was not only dirty but had signs of mold and high humidity. Our team fully encapsulated it with our CleanSpace system and the homeowner couldn't be happier with their healthier space!
A durable plastic crawl space access well that we offer as part of our crawl space vapor barrier system. Providing an airtight cover, it serves as a crawl space access well AND door combined!
How do you dry a wet basement? By stopping water at the point where it enters the structure.
Since most basements flood from the wall-floor joint, one of the most common ways to stop the flooding is to install a perimeter drainage system along the edge of the basement floor. This would collect the water and direct it to a sump pump, which would then discharge it out of your home.
However, at Bix Basement Systems, we have an approach to solving water problems of all types. Our solutions cover all surfaces of the basement, including the foundation walls, basement floors, and even wet crawl spaces.