Cracks along the length of basement walls can be serious and should be addressed quickly.
The wall weakened over time and eventually buckled under the weight of the house.
The wall is no longer structurally sound and must be replaced.
The blocks have deteriorated over time.
Worn Over Time
Water has done serious damage to these blocks through the years.
Excavation has begun and the first blocks have been removed.
The process of rebuilding the wall can now begin.
The failing wall has been removed completely.
New Sill Plate
The water damage affected the sill plate so it had to be replaced.
Onwards and Upwards
This job took a total of 3 weeks to complete.
Our crews sometimes face tough weather conditions out on jobs, but they always get it done!
Slow and Steady
Wall replacements are a long process, but they are well worth it in the long run!
Cleaning Up Mortar
Excess mortar is cleaned from both sides of the wall for a neat finish.
Jack posts are used during wall reconstruction to support the weight of the house.
Before backfilling, the new wall had a waterproof coating applied to protect the new blocks.
The wall is almost complete! Only one row to go!
Install Interior Drainage
Interior drainage as an extra precaution after the wall was completed.
No more cracks or buckling here!
Brand New Wall
This homeowner can rest easy knowing their home is structurally sound.