Home Services in Fenton, MO
Whether you're starting to notice a crack in your basement wall that is getting worse or if you've got a flooded basement following a heavy storm, our team of trained professionals is here to help. Perma Jack of St. Louis is a team of experienced professionals who are able to inspect the potential problem you've got and then assist you design the best method to take care of the issues for good and even keep the problem from coming back. Our team services the greater St. Louis area, including Fenton.
It is crucial that if you find a problem with your basement or foundation that you reach out to an experienced repair company. We say this due to there are a number of additional issues that can happen along with these issues such as black mold, reduced structural integrity, and even catastrophic foundation damage. No matter if you require our foundation repair products to stabilize your foundation, basement waterproofing products to control water entering your home, bowed wall repair services to stop bowed basement walls from possibly collapsing and causing expensive damage, or even our concrete lifting or leveling services to fix your sinking driveway, our experts are here to help you.
If you're seeing cracking in the foundation or if you've seen them at the corners of your windows or doorways, this is a sign that there is a problem with the foundation and you are in need of foundation repair. One of the other signs could be the doors or windows are difficult to open or close or even sticking when closing them. Sinking foundations are fairly common in the Fenton area as the moisture content of the soil rise and fall during the year. The problems are also caused by poor compaction during original construction of the home. Our professionals can install a network of piers under your home which will shift the weight of your home to the piers and prevent the home from sinking or settling in the future.More Information
If you have standing water in the basement following a big rain, it is not good. When this water is present, it can keep you from having the ability to keep items in the basement and even prevent you from turning that space into another room. Excess moisture and humidity also has the ability 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 leaking and help design a basement waterproofing solution which can prevent water coming in and prevent unnecessary damage from occurring. This system can also prevent the growth of mold and make it so you can finally have the ability to turn the basement into viable storage space, an extra room, or even a spare bedroom.More Information
If your home has a basement, you will probably be using it as a place to store your extra stuff or it is used for extra space. Regardless of how you are using the space, if you've got a bowing wall issue, it should be looked at by a professional to prevent the wall from getting worse. If your supporting walls buckle too far out of alignment, the worst case scenario is they fall into the basement. This could result in your foundation walls not having the ability to hold up your home correctly and can cause you to have to either replace or rebuild the whole wall of the foundation. It is good for you that we can use a variety of different options we can use to fix and prevent buckling basement walls from becoming a problem in the future which can help save money in the long run and prevent your walls from collapsing.More Information
Settling or cracked concrete slabs are both unsafe and make your home look worse. Whether there is a long driveway or your patio that is sinking or a small section of a path, our concrete lifting method can allow us to level the slab and return it to the proper location without the potential cost and work involved with tearing it out and replacing it. This is done using a method commonly referred to as mudjacking. This process features injecting a cement slurry 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 and even a sinking basement floor.More Information