Our Services in Cedar Hill, Missouri
Whether you've got a crack in your foundation starting to form or if you have a flooded basement after a heavy storm, our team of trained professionals is here to help. Perma Jack of St. Louis is a team of experienced employees who will make a proper evaluation of the potential problem you're having and then help you determine the ideal options to take care of the issue once and for all and even keep the problem from coming back. Perma Jack services the greater St. Louis area, including Cedar Hill.
It is very important that as soon as you find an issue with the basement that you get in touch with a trusted repair company. We recommend this because there are some potentially dangerous problems that will happen along with these issues including mold, reduced structural integrity, and even permanent foundation damage. If you are in need of our foundation repair services to stop cracks from growing in the foundation, basement waterproofing products to prevent water damage in your home, bowed wall repair services to keep bowing basement walls from potentially caving in and causing permanent damage, or even our concrete repair services to repair your settling patio, our experts are here to help you.
If you have cracks in your foundation or if you're seeing them at the corners of the window frames or doors, this is one of the signs that there is a problem with your foundation and you may require foundation repair. An additional sign could be your doors or windows will be difficult to open or close or even getting stuck when opening them. Foundation problems are commonplace in the Cedar Hill area due to the moisture levels of the soil go up and down throughout the year. These issues are occasionally caused by inadequate compaction during the building of your home. Our team can install a network of piers under your foundation that will shift the load of the home to the piers and stop the foundation from sinking or settling in the future.More Information
When you have standing water in your basement after a big storm, this is not good. When this water is present, it will prevent you from having the ability to keep items in the area and even stop you from turning that space into another room. Excess water and humidity also has the ability cause the growth of mildew and mold which could eventually be a cause of life threatening health problems. If there is standing water in the basement, you should get in touch with us so a member of our team can look into the flooding and help come up with a basement waterproofing solution which will prevent water coming in and prevent unnecessary problems from happening. This system will prevent the growth of mold and make it so you can finally be able to turn the basement into usable 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 either storage or you have the space finished. Regardless of how you are using your basement, if there is a buckling wall issue, it needs to be addressed soon to stop the problem from becoming serious. If the foundation walls bow too much, the worst case scenario is they fall into the space. This could result in the foundation walls not having the ability to support the building properly and could force you to have to replace or rebuild the length of wall in the basement. It is good for you that we can use a number of different options available to fix and stop bowing or buckling foundation walls from being a problem in the future which can keep your basement walls from bowing any longer.More Information
Sinking or cracking concrete patio slabs can be both dangerous and a safety problem. It doesn't matter if the problem is a driveway or the patio that is settling or a short part of sidewalk, the concrete lifting process we use can allow us to level the slab and restore it to the correct location without the potential cost and work involved with tearing it up and replacing it. This is done using a method commonly referred to as mudjacking. This process features pumping a cement slurry that safely and evenly returns the sinking slab to it's original location. We are able to use this on very large slabs like garage floors or even a sinking basement floor slab.More Information