Available Services in Caseyville, Illinois
Whether you're starting to notice a crack in your basement wall that is growing or if you've got a flooded basement following a heavy rain, our team of experts is here to help. Perma Jack of St. Louis is a team of trained professionals who will make a proper evaluation of the flooding or cracks you're having and then assist you determine the best options to take care of the issue once and for all and even prevent the issue from returning. Perma Jack serves the greater St. Louis area, including Caseyville.
It is very important that once you've seen an issue with your basement that you reach out to an experienced repair company. We recommend this due to there are quite a few potentially dangerous issues that can arise with these issues including mold, reduced structural integrity, and even catastrophic foundation damage. No matter if you are in need of our foundation repair services to prevent your home from sinking, basement waterproofing services to protect your home, bowed wall repair services to prevent bowed basement walls from being in danger of failing and causing permanent damage, or even our concrete leveling services to fix your sinking sidewalk, our professionals are here to help you.
If you're seeing cracks in the foundation or if you're seeing them at the corners of your window frames or door frames, this is an indicator that there are problems with the foundation and you may require foundation repair. One of the other signs could be the doors or windows are difficult to open or close or even not moving when closing them. Sinking foundations are fairly common in the Caseyville area as a result of the moisture content of the soil go up and down during the year. They are occasionally caused by inadequate soil compaction during the building of your home. Our experts can install a piering system under your foundation which will shift the load of your home to the piers and prevent the foundation from sinking or settling in the future.More Information
When there is stagnant water in the basement after a large rainfall, it is never good. If this water is not controlled, it can keep you from having the ability to store items in the area and even prevent you from being able to fully use the space. Excess water and humidity can ultimately cause the growth of mildew and mold which can ultimately be a cause of dangerous health problems. If you've got standing water in your basement, you should reach out to us so a member of our team can investigate the leaking and help create a basement waterproofing solution which can control water coming in and prevent any additional problems from happening. This system can stop the growth of mold and also enable you to be able to turn the basement into viable storage space, a second family room, or even an extra bedroom.More Information
If your home has a basement, you will probably be using it as a place to store your excess furniture and items or you have the space finished. No matter how you are using your basement, if there is a bowed wall problem, it needs to be addressed soon to prevent the problem from getting worse. If your foundation walls buckle too far out of alignment, the worst case scenario is they fall into the basement. This can lead to your foundation walls not having the ability to support your home safely and could force you to have to rebuild or even replace the entire wall in the basement. It is a good thing that we can use a number of different solutions we can use to fix and stop buckling basement walls from turning into an issue in the future which will prevent the walls from collapsing.More Information
Settling or cracking concrete driveway slabs can be both dangerous and a safety problem. It doesn't matter if you've got a large driveway or your patio that is sinking or a short area of sidewalk, the concrete lifting process we use will help get it level and restore it to the proper location, avoiding the cost and work involved with tearing it out and replacing it. This is done with a method commonly referred to as mudjacking. This process involves pumping a slurry that safely and evenly returns the sinking slab to it's original location. This process can even be used on large slabs like garage floors and even a sinking basement floor.More Information