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Foundation Pier System in Thayer, MO
Gerald H. recently moved into his home in last year. He was aware that there could be possible problems with the foundation. He started to notice that the hallway floor from the garage was starting to become uneven the door was not longer closing properly. Ready to learn about foundation repair solutions, he gave us a call.
System Design Specialist Elliot Moles went out to Gerald’s home. He was able to see that the floors were uneven, and the door was sticking and came up with the solution of installing Push Piers. We installed three Push Piers to lift the hallway and bring the floors back to level. Gerald was extremely thrilled to have the floors level and didn’t realize how much of an impact this would have on his home.
Concrete Repair and Leveling in Waynesville, MO
Robert L. is a proud homeowner in Waynesville, MO and wasn’t content with the appearance of the concrete around his property. The walkway leading to the front door wasn’t sealed properly, the front stoop had multiple cracks, and the driveway had large voids from the concrete settling. Robert was familiar with Thrasher’s reputation and dedication to providing a quality solution, so he gave us a call to come inspect his concrete.
To begin the project, System Design Specialist Miles Bearden arrived in Waynesville, MO to undergo a full inspection of the surrounding concrete. The customer opted to have us install our 2-part concrete protection system that consists of our PolyLevel foam and NexusPro sealer. PolyLevel is installed first by injecting it underneath the concrete to fill the voids and level-out the surface. NexusPro is then applied to all cracks and control joints to permanently prevent any water from entering and causing further damage.
Robert was pleased with the outcome of the project and gave Thrasher a five-star review. He was thrilled to have his concrete looking flush and protected in order to stand the test of time.
Foundation Repair in Lebanon, MO
Barbara H. is a homeowner in Lebanon, MO, and wanted peace of mind knowing her basement would stay dry year-round as the transition began into the colder seasons. She had some concerns with water infiltrating the home’s foundation, so she gave us a call to thoroughly inspect the property.
System Design Specialist Chris Bolander arrived at the home in Lebanon, MO, and determined that the downspouts were releasing water next to the home’s foundation causing extreme saturation levels in the soil. To permanently solve this issue, our crews buried each downspout 10 feet from the house to release the captured water far from the home’s foundation walls.
Barbara was very pleased with her Thrasher experience and was relieved to know that her basement would stay dry throughout each year.
Sagging Floors and Wet Crawl Space Fixed in Marshfield, MO
Darrell and Dixie N. have been doing work on their home and wanted to make sure that the foundation was stable. Darrell and Dixie noticed that the drywall was cracking and the floors were buckling. Concerned that they work they have done on their home would be worth nothing, they decided to call Thrasher for a permanent solution that wouldn’t cause any more problems.
The crew went out to their home and saw that the crawl space had water, the floor was buckling, and drywall cracks were throughout the home. We installed 22 SmartJacks to lift and stabilize the floor. We also put in a sump pump and fully encapsulated the crawl space with CleanSpace so the space would stay dry. Darrell and Dixie were very excited to no longer have to worry about the floors or crawl space.
Crawl Space Encapsulation in Marshfield, MO
Susie is a homeowner in Marshfield, MO, and needed some help with her crawl space. The crew went out to her home and recommended encapsulating and giving the beams support. They started with the walls and encapsulated them with Clean Space to keep all of the moisture out. Then to offer the floor much-needed support they installed Smart Jacks with a new supplemental beam.