Homeowners in Columbus, OH, were excited to move into their newly built house and make it their own. But they noticed problems they wanted to address right away. These included potential sump pump failure in the basement, as well as a wet and smelly crawl space.
The owners found information about Ohio Basement Authority online, and Inspector Kyle Lockard visited to complete a thorough evaluation of the property. Kyle presented a variety of reliable repair solutions to the homeowners.
One of our crews then completed a couple repair projects to transform the health and safety of the home.
The sump pump in the basement was replaced by the more reliable SafeDri system, and a dehumidifier was installed to help improve the home’s air quality. FreezeGuards also were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines.
The crawl space was waterproofed with CrawlDrain and a SafeDri; insulated with ExTremeBloc panels on the walls, insulation panels on the floor and spray foam in the band joists; and encapsulated with CrawlSeal liner. All of these products work together to make sure the crawl space will stay dry and healthy.
The homeowners now have peace of mind and a dry and healthy home because of these trustworthy repairs.