Services in Fenton, Missouri
Whether you've noticed a crack in your foundation beginning to grow or if you've got a flooded crawl space 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 are able to take a look at the flooding or cracks you're having and then assist you come up with the optimal solution to fix the problem for good as well as prevent the problem from returning. Our team serves the greater St. Louis area, including Fenton.
It is critical that as soon as you see an issue with the basement that you reach out to an experienced repair company. We say this due to there are some potentially dangerous issues that will happen along with these issues such as black mold, structural damage, and even permanent foundation damage. No matter if you're needing our foundation repair services to stabilize your foundation, basement waterproofing products to protect your home, bowed wall repair services to keep bowing basement walls from potentially collapsing and causing permanent damage, or even our concrete lifting or leveling services to fix your settling stairs, our experts are here to help you.
If you've seen cracking in the foundation or if you're seeing them at the corners of your window or doorways, this is one of the signs that there are problems with the foundation and you may be in need of foundation repair. One of the other signs could be the doors or windows will be difficult to open or close or even not moving when moving them. Foundation problems are commonplace in the Fenton area as the moisture content of the soil fluctuates during the year. These issues are also caused by poor soil compaction while the home was being built. Our professionals can install a system of piers under your home which will shift the weight of your home to the piers and stop the home from sinking or settling in the future.More Information
If you've seen standing water in the basement following a heavy storm, this is not good. When this water is not removed, it will keep you from being able to keep items in the area and even stop you from fully using the area. Excess water and humidity can also cause the growth of mildew and mold which could ultimately lead to health problems. If you have standing water in the basement, you should contact us so one of our experts can look into the leaking and help design a basement waterproofing solution which will stop water coming in and prevent any additional damage from occurring. This will prevent the growth of mold and enable you to have the ability to turn the basement into usable storage space, a second family room, or even an additional bedroom.More Information
If you've got a basement, it is likely being used as a place to store your extra stuff or it is a finished area. It does not matter how your basement is being used, if you've noticed a bowing wall issue, it should be looked at by a professional to stop the wall from becoming serious. If the basement walls buckle too much, they can end up failing and falling into the basement. This could lead to the basement walls not being able to hold up the building properly and could force you to have to either replace or rebuild the length of wall in the basement. It is good for you that we use a variety of different options we can use to repair and stop bowing or buckling foundation walls from turning into a problem in the future which can prevent the walls from collapsing.More Information
Sinking or cracked concrete garage slabs are not only unattractive but they can be dangerous as well. Regardless of if the problem is a long driveway or the patio that is cracking or a short part of sidewalk, the concrete lifting process we use can allow us to get it level and restore it to the proper height without the cost and work involved with removing it and replacing it. We do this with a method commonly referred to as mudjacking. This process involves pumping a slurry that safely and evenly lifts the settling slab to it's original location. We can even perform this service on very large slabs like garage floors or even a sinking basement floor.More Information