Tar Heel Basement Systems serving Guilford County, NC
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Waterproof Your Guilford County Basement Today!
Do you feel like no matter what you do, you still have water in your basement? Save yourself the headache and contact us today. We have patented products designed to keep your basement dry. Our expert technicians have the knowledge to diagnose your problem and offer a variety of solution that best suits your needs.
- Basement Waterproofing
- Crawl Space Encapsulation
- Exclusive, Patented Products
- Humidity Control
- Moisture Control
- Odor Control
Tar Heel Basement Systems Repairs Foundation in Guilford County, NC and nearby.
- Whether you have:
- Bowing walls,
- Settling foundation,
- Cinderblock stairstep cracks,
- Separating chimney,
- or other foundation problems, we can help you and your home.
Repairing your foundation could be essential to the safety of your home. We fix a wide range of problems and have a solution that best fits your home. If you start seeing cracks throughout your home or sagging floors, you may want to have your foundation looked at.
Level Your Concrete with PolyRenewal in Guilford County!
Uneven sidewalks can be a tripping hazard to you and your loved ones. Tar Heel Basement Systems uses PolyRenewal, an advanced concrete lifting foam. Sunken concrete can be caused by settling, compaction or washing out of soils. PolyRenewal is light and does not wash away making it a superior to mudjacking. Contact us today for your free estimate!
After performing a radon test in their newly purchased home in the High Point area, couple Ken and Jennifer D. found that the radon levels were exceptionally higher than normal. To avoid any dangerous health problems, the couple contacted Tar Heel Basement Systems to have their radon levels tested.
The very next day, the couple was met by radon specialist Sam Agnew. After conducting a radon test, he came to the conclusion that the safest and most effective procedure would be to install a radon mitigation system. Installing the system would not only lower the current radon levels, but would also prevent future rising of levels. With the course of action agreed upon by the couple, primary foreman Adam Hill and his crew were called in to install the mitigation system.
Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer for nonsmokers and the second-leading cause for smokers. The professionals at Tar Heel Basement Systems have not only protected the couples house, but they have also protected the couple and their health.
This unfinished basement in Greensboro, NC was anything but beautiful. The homeowner wanted to create a finished basement that also helped the health of the home.
Tar Heel Basement Systems installed paneling along the cinder block walls, wall paneling around the new steel framing, ThermalDry floor matting in the laundry area, flooring in the office and storage rooms. The finishing crew also installed a drop ceiling made of Linen Carbon tiles. All of the products installed are anti-microbial and will never rot or mold due to possible moisture. This Greensboro, NC home now has a healthy, beautiful finished basement!
The finished basement in this older Greensboro, NC home smelled of unpleasant mold and wood rot. The basement had been finished with organic materials such as, wood paneling, wood trim and carpet. Over time moisture seeped through the walls and began deteriorating the finished basement.
The Finishing Team completely tore out all of the organic materials in the basement and installed inorganic wall panels, trim, flooring and a dehumidifier to keep moisture and mold out.
This one story lake house on High Rock Lake was to be come the dream retirement and vacation home for two Greensboro residents. Built in 1955, the original structure was meant to be a fishing cabin but was added on to over the years.
Unfortunately, the foundation of the home had been built incorrectly and had started to sag and slide towards a small creek connecting to the lake. Many builders over the years had simply coped with the sagging and tilting foundation and built around it causing it to seem level when it was quite the opposite. The homeowner had requested estimates from other repair companies but was met with very high prices and hesitant contractors, some even refusing the work altogether.
Tar Heel Basement Systems offered him and his wife a price within his budget and a solution to last him years to come. Systems design specialist Sam Agnew suggested the use of multiple IntelliJacks directly underneath the floor in the very weak spots, helical piers around the perimeter of the back of the home that had begun to slide and a push pier on the back right corner. With this mixture of foundation solutions, foreman Josh Watson and his crew lifted the home to a level position and made it significantly safer for habitation.
This Greensboro homeowner noticed that some water seepage in her finished basement had begun to show through her current wall treatment. Tar Heel Basement Systems was on the case and suggested the use of wall panels, specifically made for basement walls.
With the cooperation of Trevor Lord and Bobby Luttrel, the panels were installed without a hitch and left the basement hallway and bathroom looking neat, bright and ready for any thing. The homeowner can now rest easy knowing that she has lower wall treatments that are built to withstand a basement environment.
When Carolyn noticed that her home had begun settling and her deck had started to pull away from the foundation, she decided to search for a long-term solution. After an internet search, she came across Tar Heel Basement Systems and called us up for a free estimate. Systems design specialist Will Blake arrived and assessed the situation, recommending eight push piers to lift and hold the home and deck where it needs to be.
Foreman Orville Schoenfield arrived with his crew to install these piers over a week period. Foundation repair is a longer process because of its delicate nature. Preparation for the pier installation included digging holes to reach the footer of the home. Once deep enough, pier columns were driven to reach the solid bedrock. This will provide a new, stronger foundation for the home. After the caps were placed and secured, the home was lifted to the correct position. 8 push piers later, the home and deck were stabilized, leaving the homeowner very happy.