Our Services in Fairview Heights, Illinois
If you've got a crack in your foundation that is getting worse or if you've got a damp crawl space following a big rain, our team of experts is here to help. Perma Jack of St. Louis is a team of trained professionals who are able to take a look at the flooding or cracks you're having and after the inspection, assist you determine the best options to repair the issues once and for all as well as prevent the issue from returning. Our experts services the greater St. Louis area, including Fairview Heights.
It is very important that as soon as you've found a problem with your basement or foundation that you reach out to a trusted repair company. We say this as there are some potentially dangerous issues that can happen along with these issues including mold, weakened structure, and even catastrophic foundation damage. It doesn't matter if you are in need of our foundation repair products to stop foundation issues, basement waterproofing services to control water entering your home, bowed wall repair services to prevent bowing basement walls from possibly failing and causing expensive damage, or even our concrete repair services to repair your settling stairs, our professionals are here to help you.
If you've noticed cracks in your foundation or if you've noticed them at the corners of your window frames or doorways, this is a sign that there are problems with your foundation and you may be in need of foundation repair. Another sign could be your doors or windows being difficult to open or close or even getting stuck when closing them. Sinking foundations are fairly common in the Fairview Heights area as a result of the moisture levels of the soil rise and fall during the year. The problems are sometimes caused by improper compaction during the building of your home. Our team can install a piering system under your house which will shift the load of the home to the piers and keep the house from sinking or settling in the future.More Information
If there is standing water in your basement following a big rainfall, this is never good. If this water stays around, it can keep you from being able to store items in the basement and even keep you from turning that space into another room. Excess moisture and humidity will eventually harbor mold and mildew which could lead to health problems. If you've seen standing water in your basement, you should contact us so a member of our team can investigate the issue and help design a basement waterproofing solution which can stop water coming in and prevent unnecessary problems from occurring. This can stop the growth of mold and also enable you to finally have the ability to turn the basement into usable storage space, a media room, or even an extra bedroom.More Information
If you have a basement, it is likely being used as either storage or you have the space finished. No matter how you are using the space, if you have a bowing wall problem, it needs to be addressed soon to keep the issue from becoming serious. If your basement walls buckle too far inward, it is possible they can collapse into the space. This could lead to your foundation walls not being able to support your building properly and can cause you to have to replace or rebuild the entire wall of the foundation. It is a good thing that we can use a number of different options we can use to repair and prevent bowing basement walls from becoming an issue in the future which can prevent the walls from collapsing.More Information
Sinking or cracking concrete driveway slabs can be both dangerous and a safety problem. It doesn't matter if you've got an entire driveway or your patio that is cracking or a smaller part of a path, the concrete lifting process we use can help level the slab and restore it to the correct height, avoiding the cost and hassle of tearing it out and replacing it. We use a method commonly referred to as mudjacking. This process features injecting a grout that safely and evenly lifts the slab to it's original location. This process can even be used on very large slabs such as garage floors or even a sinking basement floor.More Information