Crawl Space Encapsulation in Ozark, MO

This large hall called Eagles Lodge in Ozark, MO has been a staple in the community for the past 30 years, and the organization wants it to last another 30. However, it’s in desperate need of a flooring job due to its size and length. The structure originally had three wood beams beginning to rot resting on failing concrete blocks. After comparing our solution to competing companies, they knew ours was the permanent solution they needed to make it last another 30 years.

 From there, System Design Specialist Max Huggins began the project. In order to give the flooring the support it needed, the team installed four 70 foot long steel beams to replace the rotting wood ones. For increased support and structure, the steel beams were paired with our SmartJack crawl space support system that’s galvanized for corrosion resistance. Although this is a permanent fix, Max explained the importance of the warranty in place to guarantee this structure is built to last.

 The community was impressed throughout the duration of the project, and they’re thrilled Eagle Lodge will be around for the distant future. In addition to the tangible results, they were pleased with our team’s ability to deliver an incredible experience.

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