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Window Drainage
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Wall Barrier
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CrawlSeal Encapsulation Vapor Barriers and Liners
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Push Pier Underpinning for Settlement, Foundation Leveling, Sinking Foundation Repair
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Concrete Leveling
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2018 Angie's List Super Service Award
Ohio Basement Authority has earned the 2018 Angie's List Super Service Award. A leading national honor, this award recognizes the top qualifying businesses who have maintained exceptional service ratings and... [Read more]
Best of Home Advisor 2018 Winner
Ohio Basement Authority was named a 2018 Best of Home Advisor winner! We earned this award for having a solid track record with Home Advisor, and we've got satisfied customers... [Read more]
2017 Angie's List Super Service Award
Ohio Basement Authority has earned the 2017 Angie's List Super Service Award. A leading national honor, this award recognizes the top qualifying businesses who have maintained exceptional service ratings and... [Read more]
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Ohio Basement Authority has a great staff, and the inspector I met with did a good job. I chose to work with the company because of its rating on the
Testimonial by Teresa E. of Lancaster, OH
I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because they were installing the radon mitigation system in a better way, and they were willing to lower the cost to match
Testimonial by Al N. of Lancaster, OH
I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of Joe who did the inspection, and because of the reviews on Angie’s List. I felt at ease with Joe and didn’t
Testimonial by Don E. of Lancaster, OH

Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Encapsulation in Fairfield County, Ohio

Water in the basement or crawl space leads to mold, rot, musty odors and structural issues. It also leads to a reoccurring headache for you. Luckily, our trained experts are available to permanently fix the problem. We will properly install a hidden drainage system in your Fairfield County basement and completely encapsulate your crawl space with CrawlSeal vapor barrier. We are here to solve your basement waterproofing problem for you.
Why Choose Us?
  • Lifetime Warranty on all Perimeter Waterproofing Systems
  • 25-year Warranty on Crawl Space Encapsulation Systems
  • Sump Pump Installation, Repair & Replacement
  • Basement, Crawl Space & Spray Foam Insulation
  • Crawl Space & Basement Dehumidifiers
  • 16 Years of Experience
  • Hundreds of Satisfied Customers

Fairfield County Structural & Foundation Repair

Foundation problems destroy your Fairfield County home’s value and can be dangerous. Our in-house team of foundation repair and geo-technical engineers are here to help. We design and install the right solution and usually have the project finished in less than a week. You will have peace of mind as we provide a 25-year written warranty against defects on our foundation products.
We Fix
  • Bowing Walls
  • Sagging Floors
  • Stair-Step Cracks
  • Tilting Chimneys
  • Foundation Cracks
  • Garage Slabs
We Use
  • Wall Anchors
  • Slab Piers
  • I-Beam Wall Braces
  • Helical Deck Piers
  • Sticking Windows
  • Underpinning

PolyRenewal™ Concrete Leveling & Lifting

The sunken and cracked concrete around your Fairfield County home is both an eyesore and a safety hazard. It is also likely to get worse, but we can fix it for you. Our experts use PolyRenewal, a superior polyurethane foam. Small holes are drilled in the concrete, the foam is injected and the expanding foam lifts the concrete. The majority of contractors you will call use mudjacking instead of foam. Mudjacking is heavier, require larger holes in the concrete and does not last as long as PolyRenewal. Call us today to learn more.
We Fix
  • Cracked Driveways
  • Uneven Patios
  • Sinking Sidewalks
 
  • Uneven Concrete
  • Sunken Pool Decks
  • Highway & Commercial Issues
     
Case Studies From Fairfield, OH
Permanent Solutions Like BasementGutter and SafeDri Will Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Pleasantville, OH
After recently moving into her house, a new homeowner in Pleasantville, OH, found out there was a significant problem under the house. The basement/cellar area of the home was leaking...
Transforming a Nasty Crawl Space in Stoutsville, OH
As they moved into their house and began to make it their own, new homeowners in Stoutsville, OH, started to notice some issues with the almost 60-year-old dwelling. Upon further...
Stabilizing, Straightening Failing Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH, with Intellibrace Beams
When homeowners had their house built almost 30 years ago in Pickerington, OH, they knew they would be living there for a long time. It is not uncommon for homes...
Job Stories From Fairfield, OH
Creating a Safe and Healthy Crawl Space in Amanda, OH
A home in Amanda, OH, was built in 2012 and an addition was built in 2014. Even though it was so new, the owners were still experiencing some issues with the crawl space, which was not encapsulated or insulated. The crawl space had gravel floors, it was dirty, and not well-insulted. They called us to take care of these problems and prevent future ones like dampness from happening. One of our certified inspectors traversed the crawl space to determine the best repair methods. He explained the CrawlSeal and ExTremeBloc systems, which would check the desired repairs off the homeowners' list. CrawlSeal is a 20-millimeter-thick plastic liner which is designed to encapsulate crawl spaces and keep out moisture, dirt, pests, and even radon gas! Its white color brightens the space and gives it a clean look. ExTremeBloc is a series of silver panels which have a high level of heat retention, so they insulate the space well. They also are waterproof! The production crew installed these two products, as well as spray foam and drainage matting for added insulating and cushioning. Drainage matting also is good for leveling rough gravel floors. The homeowners are happy with the results, and they can now fully enjoy the home they built along with the addition and a safe, dry, and healthy crawl space.
Multiple Repair Projects Create a Healthier Longtime Home in Lancaster, OH
Eager to purchase a particular house, an interested home buyer in Lancaster, OH, wanted to ensure the home’s health and safety. He noticed various issues in the basement including cracking and bowing foundation walls and issues with water. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we helped him address multiple repair issues with the best permanent solutions. To prevent seeping water from saturating the floor and resulting in damage, we installed some of our reliable basement waterproofing products. These included the sub-floor BasementGutter interior drainage system to intercept any seeping water. The existing sump pump system was replaced and upgraded with the installation of the SafeDri Super sump and SafeDri sump pump systems in the vast basement. FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines, as well. The foundation repair project involved installing many structural steel support beams to permanently reinforce the problematic foundation walls and prevent further cracking and bowing. The potential owner also was concerned with the presence of hazardous radon gas, so we installed a radon mitigation system to pull radon out of the home and safely and effectively ventilate it outside. The excited home buyer was happy these many reliable products were installed so his longtime home will be a safer and healthier living environment.
Radon Mitigation and Crawl Space Encapsulation in Baltimore, OH
After living in their house for one year, homeowners in Baltimore, OH, decided they wanted to look into a home improvement project to enhance their home’s health. They were concerned about radon and its effect on their quality of life. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is present in homes across the globe. It is colorless, odorless and tasteless, but also very dangerous. Along with being a leading cause of lung cancer, radon has been linked to more than 20,000 yearly deaths. After finding information about Ohio Basement Authority online, the owners wanted to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who reviewed our company’s mitigation procedures with them and then helped draw up a plan for a mitigation system. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in the home to draw radon from the house and expel it outside, thus lowering the home’s levels as much as possible. The partial crawl space also was encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner to improve the health and appearance of the area, as well as prevent radon intrusion from this location. The homeowners can rest easier knowing these trustworthy repairs have helped them create a safer and healthier living environment.
Radon Mitigation and Crawl Space Encapsulation in Lancaster, OH
Homeowners in Lancaster, OH, have lived in their house since it was built several years ago. They recently began to think about the health of their home, and they wanted to address any radon in the house. Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas produced by uranium decay in rocks and soil. It is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and very dangerous. Exposure to radon is a leading cause of lung cancer, and it has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths. After having their home tested for radon, the owners were surprised to learn that their home’s radon level was 14 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is more than three times higher than the Environmental Protection Agency’s radon action level of 4 pCi/L. The owners then found information online about Ohio Basement Authority and our radon services, and they were eager to contact us for further guidance. They met with one of our inspectors who reviewed the radon test results with them and helped them draw up plans for a mitigation system installation. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in the home and another secondary living area on the property to lower the radon levels as much as possible. The crawl space in the main structure also was encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner to improve the health and appearance of this area and prevent radon intrusion. The homeowners are pleased to have a safer and healthier living environment because of these reliable repairs.
Radon Mitigation and Crawl Space Encapsulation in Pickerington, OH
After just purchasing a house, new homeowners in Pickerington, OH, wanted to make sure the home would be safe and healthy. They were concerned with the potential presence of radon, so they decided to have their new home tested for this hazardous gas. The results indicated the home’s levels were more than double the Environmental Protection Agency’s radon action level of 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). After their realtor recommended seeking assistance from Ohio Basement Authority, the owners were eager to contact us for further guidance. They met with one of our inspectors who reviewed the radon test results with them, as well as our company’s mitigation procedures. Our inspector also spotted an unhealthy crawl space that needed attention. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system to draw radon from the home and lower the levels of this gas as much as possible. The partial crawl space also was encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner to improve the health and appearance of this area, as well as further prevent radon intrusion. The owners are pleased to now have a home that will be safe and healthy for many years to come because of these reliable repairs.
A Leaking Basement with Bowing Walls in Bremen, OH, is Permanently Waterproofed and Stabilized
A local property preservation company started to work on fixing up a 60-year-old home in Bremen, OH, when the contractors noticed significant structural issues and evidence of water intrusion. They previously had Ohio Basement Authority complete projects on other properties, and did not hesitate to contact us when they needed additional assistance. First, one of our expert crews excavated the soil outside the problematic southeast foundation wall, digging down to the footer. Then the wall was pushed back to as plumb as possible. Carbon Fiber, one of our many reliable foundation repair products, was installed on the interior. These sturdy wall supports further reinforce the wall and prevent any further cracking and inward bowing. Dampproofing was applied to the wall's exterior to prevent moisture intrusion, and the soil was backfilled and replaced. Permanent waterproofing solutions were also installed to keep the basement dry. These included the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri Super Sump pump. New exterior drain lines were installed on the property, and an FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The contractors are pleased to know the home will now be a safe and dry for many more years to come because of these permanent solutions.
A Leaking Garage is Permanently Waterproofed in Sugar Grove, OH
Homeowners in Sugar Grove, OH, have lived in their house since it was built 15 years ago. It wasn’t until recently that they began to notice water seeping into their attached garage whenever it rained. This ended up damaging some of the homeowners’ stored items. The homeowners wanted to address this issue once and for all. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed some of our reliable waterproofing products. These included the sub-floor BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri sump pump. Any seeping water will be intercepted by the BasementGutter system and drained into the SafeDri system. This system, protected with a backup battery, then pumps the water out of the home and away from the foundation. An FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line, and this line was tied into new downspout conductor lines that also were installed on the property. The homeowners are happy these reliable permanent solutions were installed so their garage will remain dry for many years to come.
Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Insulation in Stoutsville, OH
She has lived in her house for 26 years, but it wasn’t until the last several months that a homeowner in Stoutsville, OH, noticed she had a problem in the basement. Water was leaking into the basement and leaving puddles behind. This resulted in damage to her stored belongings, which was quite frustrating. She decided she had enough of dealing with a wet basement, so she started to research how to best address this problem. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through online resources like Home Advisor, and then met with one of our inspectors. After completing a thorough evaluation of the basement, as well as the crawl space, the inspector presented the homeowner with several permanent solutions. One of our crews then installed some of our reliable basement waterproofing products including the BasementGutter interior drainage system to intercept seeping water, and an SafeDri sump pump to pump the water out of the basement. A dehumidifier also was installed to help control moisture and humidity, clean and filter the air, and reduce odors. We also insulated the crawl space by placing ExTremeBloc panels on the walls and applying spray foam insulation to the band joists. The homeowner is happy to now have a healthier home because of these reliable solutions.
Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Repair Improves the Health of a Home in Bremen, OH
After living in their house for many years, homeowners in Bremen, OH, were ready to address their wet basement and crawl space issues once and for all. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed various permanent solutions to keep the basement and crawl space dry. The crawl space repair installations included the CrawlDrain drainage system and SafeDri Pro sump pump. The crawl space was also encapsulated in heavy-duty CrawlSeal liner. Basement waterproofing products that were installed included the BasementGutter drainage system, a SafeDri Triple sump pump, and a dehumidifier. CrawlSeal liner was also placed on the walls to enhance waterproofing and appearance. New downspout conductor lines were installed on the property, and FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines. The homeowners were excited to have these products installed in and around their house so it will be a healthier living environment for many years.
Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Repair in an Older Home in Baltimore, OH
For 16 years, homeowners in Baltimore, OH, have been battling various issues with their house that was built around the turn of the 19th Century. These included sagging floors, a wet crawl space and basement, moisture, and potential mold. Not only are these problems hazardous to the health of the home and the homeowners, they can negatively affect the home’s resale value. The owners are thinking about selling the home in the near future, so they want to make sure it will be a safe and healthy place to live. The owners were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after seeing us at a local home and garden show. One of our experienced inspectors completed a thorough evaluation of the aging home, and he recommended several permanent solutions that would enhance the home’s health and safety. We installed reliable waterproofing solutions including the BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri ProX sump pump that will always keep the basement dry. The crawl space was encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner to isolate the home from the earth and serve as a moisture and barrier. Several IntelliJacks also were installed to correct and stabilize the sagging floors. The owners are pleased these trustworthy products were installed to protect the living environment for many years to come.
Basement Waterproofing in Millersport, OH
During the six years that they have lived in their house, homeowners in Millersport, OH, noticed their problem with a leaking basement only seemed to worsen over the years. Water seeped inside several areas of the finished basement during periods of heavy rain, leaving puddles and water damage behind. Even though the homeowners have invested a significant amount of money in other repairs, they knew this was not a problem they could continue to ignore. They started to research how to best address this issue, and they were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through online resources like Home Advisor. Once they met with one of our inspectors, they were equally excited for one of our crews to install several reliable basement waterproofing solutions. These included the BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri Super sump pump. If any water seeps through the walls or wall-floor joint, it will be intercepted by the BasementGutter system and directed to the sump. This powerful sump pump then pumps the water out of the basement and away from the home. a FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line, and this line was tied into a new downspout conductor line that was installed on the property. This line was then directed to drain near a catch basin at the edge of the property, and a YardWell was used to camouflage the end of the discharge line. The homeowners are pleased to now have a dry basement and healthier forever home because of these repair solutions.
Basement Waterproofing with BasementGutter and SafeDri Triple in Lancaster, OH
Homeowners in Lancaster, OH, recently moved into their new house, and they've experienced severe flooding following heavy rains and winter thaw. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority to help get their basement safe and dry again. One of our expert crews installed the sub-floor BasementGutter Basement Waterproofing drainage system to intercept any seeping water and drain it to a SafeDri Triple Sump Pump. The SafeDri, which has three pumps as well as a battery-back up, pumps the water out of and away from the home through new discharge lines. Two FreezeGuards were also attached to two of the exterior discharge lines to prevent flooding if the lines freeze or become blocked. The homeowners are happy to now have a basement living area that will be kept dry all the time.
Carbon Fiber Supports Reinforce a Cracking Foundation Wall in Lancaster, OH
Homeowners in Lancaster, OH, are putting their house on the market, and they wanted to address any issues that might negatively impact its value and sale. After removing drywall from one of the foundation walls, the owners noticed various cracks. They wanted to repair these right away, so they contacted Ohio Basement Authority. We then installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products. Six Carbon Fiber wall supports were installed to permanently stabilize the problematic foundation wall. These sturdy supports prevent further cracking and inward bowing, and are easy to conceal with paint, drywall or paneling. The owners were pleased this permanent solution was installed so the home will be a stable living environment for many years to come.
Carbon Fiber Supports Reinforce a Cracking, Bowing Foundation Wall in Baltimore, OH
Having a structurally stable home is very important to homeowners in Baltimore, OH. That is why they became concerned for the safety of their house when they noticed a long horizontal crack and slight bowing in one of their foundation walls. Cracking and bowing are common signs of wall failure, but the walls will only worsen and be even more costly to repair the longer these issues are neglected. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products. We placed several Carbon Fiber supports on the walls. These sturdy supports permanently reinforce the foundation walls and prevent any further cracking or bowing. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing their house will be structurally sound for many years to come.
Carbon Fiber Supports Reinforce Foundation Wall in Pickerington, OH

It has been three years since a homeowner moved into his house in Pickerington, OH. Over time, he has noticed stair-step cracking and bowing in one of his foundation walls getting worse.

These are common signs of wall failure which may be caused by hydrostatic pressure, or pressure constantly exerted on the wall by exterior soil. These problems will only get worse if left untreated.

Hoping to find a permanent solution, the homeowner contacted Ohio Basement Authority. One of our expert crews installed seven heavy-duty Carbon Fiber wall supports on the problematic south foundation wall. These sturdy supports will permanently reinforce the wall and prevent any further cracking or inward bowing.

The homeowner is pleased this installation will keep his house stable for many years to come.

Carbon Fiber Supports Stabilize a Cracking Foundation Wall in New Bloomington, OH
Upon moving into their house, new homeowners in New Bloomington, OH, noticed water leaking into their basement through cracks in one of the foundation walls. The owners purchased the house with no plans to move, so they wanted to make sure the house always would be a safe living environment. During their research of potential repair options and companies, the homeowners were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. They met with one of our expert inspectors, and they were equally excited for one of our expert repair crews to install several reliable basement waterproofing solutions. These included the BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri Triple sump pump. Any water that may seep through the walls will be intercepted by the sub-floor BasementGutter system and directed to the trustworthy SafeDri Triple sump pump. A dehumidifier was installed to clean and filter the air, control humidity, and reduce odors. We also installed several Carbon Fiber supports on the cracking wall to permanently stabilize it and prevent future cracking or inward bowing. During one of the homeowners’ annual maintenance appointments, one of our service technicians spotted some cracking on another foundation wall. They were happy with the results of the previous foundation repair project, so they agreed to have additional Carbon Fiber supports installed on this other foundation wall. The owners are happy their house will always be dry and stable because of these quality repair solutions, and they continue to be satisfied Ohio Basement Authority customers!
CrawlSeal Encapsulation Creates Three Healthy, Functional Crawl Spaces in Pickerington, OH
Partial crawl spaces open to the basement area can spell trouble for anyone’s living environment. Homeowners in Pickerington, OH, had three of these areas adjacent to their vast basement that were beginning to concern them. Each area lacked proper insulation and was not sealed from the earth. The owners wanted to address these issues before the conditions affected the air quality of the rest of the home, so they contacted Ohio Basement Authority. We encapsulated each crawl space in durable CrawlSeal liner. This thick liner, similar to pool liner, also insulates the crawl spaces and serves as a moisture and vapor barrier. It also dramatically improves the appearance and functionality of the crawl spaces. Other installations included spray foam insulation in the rim joists, and exterior crawl space vent covers. The owners now have a healthier, functional, and energy-efficient home because of these permanent crawl space repair solutions.
CrawlSeal Encapsulations Create Healthier, Functional Crawl Spaces in Lancaster, OH
A homeowner in Lancaster, OH, has been using the two crawl space areas under her house for storage. More recently, she noticed these areas were cold because of failing insulation. They also had debris, open vents, and issues with moisture. She wanted to make sure the crawl spaces would be healthy, insulated areas, so she contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads. We transformed the crawl spaces by encapsulating them in durable CrawlSeal liner. Not only does this thick liner prevent vapor and moisture intrusion, it completely seals the home from the earth and helps insulate the crawl spaces. It also brightens the crawl spaces and is tough enough to crawl on. Additional insulation measures included the installation of panels on the crawl space floors underneath the CrawlSeal, and ExTremeBloc panels on the walls. Spray foam insulation also was applied to the rim joists for added insulation and protection. A dehumidifier was installed in one of the crawl spaces to prevent mold, reduce odors, control moisture, and clean and purify the air. Exterior vent covers also were installed outside the home to seal the crawl space from outside air, precipitation and pests. The owner is happy she now has healthier and more functional crawl spaces because of these permanent solutions.
Crack Repair in Lancaster, OH, Will Keep the Basement Dry

Homeowners in Lancaster, OH, have lived in their house for more than 20 years, and they recently began noticing vertical cracks in one of their foundation walls. There was also some water intrusion through one of the basement windows.

The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and one of our expert crews repaired the cracks by placing sturdy Carbon Fiber supports on the problematic wall to seal and stabilize the area.

The leaking window was also removed, and the homeowners chose to have it filled with concrete block and mortar to prevent water from seeping into the basement.

The homeowners are happy this installation will now help keep their basement dry.

Cracking, Bowing Foundation Wall in Pickerington, OH, is Stabilized by Carbon Fiber Supports

After many years of living in their house, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, were preparing to put their house on the market. They have noticed a cracking and bowing foundation wall getting worse, and they were concerned this could affect the sale of the home.

Wall cracks, especially horizontal ones, coupled with inward bowing are signs of wall failure. It will only worsen over time and be more costly to repair. The owners wanted to address this problem once and for all so the house would be safe for the next owners.

They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about us online, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products. Seven Carbon Fiber supports were installed on the problematic foundation wall. These sturdy supports permanently stabilize the wall in its current position, and prevent further cracking and bowing.

The owners now have peace of mind knowing the home will be structurally stable for years to come.

Crawl Space Encapsulation Adds Resale Value and Improves the Health of a Home in Pickerington, OH
After living in their house for 20 years, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, began the process of selling their house. They were concerned the lack of a vapor barrier in the crawl space would affect the health of the rest of the house, as well as the value and ability to sell the home. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This durable liner is completely sealed over the floor and walls to fully isolate the home environment from the earth. It acts as a vapor and moisture barrier and is tough enough to crawl on. The homeowners were pleased this heavy-duty product was installed so the house will be a healthier living environment for future owners for many years to come.
Crawl Space Encapsulation and Insulation in Bremen, OH
During the three years that they have owned their second home, homeowners in Bremen, OH, noticed issues with moisture and mildew in the crawl space have only worsened over time. They would like to spend more time in this house, so addressing these problems was on their to-do list of projects to tackle. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after finding information about our company online, and they were eager to meet with one of our inspectors and learn more about how we could help them. Our inspector ventured into the crawl space under the house and found that this area, which had a dirt floor, was not properly sealed or insulated. Any existing insulation in the 50-year-old home’s crawl space was visibly failing. Our inspector recommended some of our reliable crawl space repair solutions, and the owners were eager for one of our crews to install these products that included CrawlSeal, ExTremeBloc and Drainage Matting. Thick drainage matting was placed on the floor to add durability to the CrawlSeal liner used to encapsulate the crawl space. CrawlSeal completely isolates the home from the earth, acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps insulate the crawl space. The crawl space was further insulated by ExTremeBloc panels that were installed on the walls. The homeowners are pleased to now have a safer and healthier crawl space and home because of these trustworthy repairs.
Crawl Space Encapsulation and Insulation in Sugar Grove, OH
After living in their house for almost 25 years, homeowners in Sugar Grove, OH, were motivated to finally take care of an area of the house that plagued them for years. They noticed their floors felt cold in winter, and this also was affecting their energy bills. After finding information about Ohio Basement Authority online, the owners were eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. One of our inspectors then visited to complete a thorough evaluation of the crawl space. This area under the house was full of debris and failing plastic liner, and it lacked proper insulation. Our inspector discussed his findings with the owners, as well as their goals with a repair project. He then recommended the perfect repair solutions. One of our crews first cleaned up the crawl space and rid it of any debris. Then the crawl space was encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner. This liner fully seals the crawl and isolates it from the earth. CrawlSeal is thick and durable, and it acts as a moisture and vapor barrier. It also helps insulate the crawl space. Additional insulation measures were installed including ExTremeBloc panels that were placed on the walls and spray foam that was applied to the band joists. The homeowners are happy to have a healthier living environment because of these trustworthy solutions.
Crawl Space Encapsulation and Waterproofing Enhances the Resale Value of a Home in Lancaster, OH
It can be difficult to sell a home with any kind of problems, whether there is water in the basement, cracks in the walls, or a nasty crawl space underneath the house. The latter was the case for homeowners in Lancaster, OH, who were ready to sell their house after living there for almost 30 years. The owners rarely went into the crawl space, so they were concerned when a home inspector pointed out issues like puddling water and failing insulation. The owners then contacted Ohio Basement Authority to find a permanent solution. We installed some of our reliable crawl space repair products that completely transformed the formerly unhealthy area. These included waterproofing products like the CrawlDrain drainage system and a SafeDri Pro sump pump. These were also installed in conjunction with the CrawlSeal encapsulation system that isolates the crawl space from the earth. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line, and a durable door was added as a more secure crawl space access point. The owners are happy these permanent solutions enhanced the home’s resale value and created a healthier living environment for the next owners.
Crawl Space Encapsulation in Lithopolis, OH
While she has lived in her house for several years, a homeowner never goes into the partial crawl space adjacent to her basement. Recently, however, she began to notice an unpleasant odor coming from the crawl space. She was concerned with mold growth and the health of her home. After mentioning her concerns to a trusted friend, the friend recommended she call Ohio Basement Authority. The homeowner was eager to contact us to meet with one of our inspectors and learn more about how we could help her. The inspector completed a thorough evaluation of the crawl space with failing insulation and plastic floor liner, and he then presented the homeowner with our reliable repair solution. Once they removed the nasty insulation and floor liner from the crawl space, one of our crews then completely encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This thick and durable liner isolates the home from the earth, acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps insulate the crawl space. The homeowner is pleased this project was completed to enhance the health and safety of her living environment.
Crawl Space Encapsulation, Waterproofing in Millersport, OH
After living in their house for two years, homeowners in Millersport, OH, began to question the health of their home. They wondered if what was in the crawl space underneath the house was affecting the rest of the dwelling. After recently taking a look inside, the homeowners noticed water, debris, and other nuisances. They were greatly concerned with these issues, but they knew they could trust the experts at Ohio Basement Authority to provide the perfect solution. After meeting with one of our inspectors, the homeowners were eager for one of our crews to transform the crawl space. Once the debris and water was removed, we encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner to completely seal the area from the earth. This thick and durable liner also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier that helps insulate the crawl space. We further insulated the crawl space by applying spray foam insulation to the band joists. Additional installations included the SafeDri Pro sump pump to pump seeping water out of the crawl space, and several vent covers that were placed on the home’s exterior to further seal the crawl space from outside air, precipitation and pests. The homeowners are happy to now have a safer and healthier living environment because of these reliable repair solutions.
Crawl Space in Pickerington, OH, Benefits from Encapsulation and Waterproofing Installations
Ensuring the long-term health of their home is a top priority for homeowners in Pickerington, OH. That's why they wanted to correct issues with their crawl space once they noticed water was seeping into this area under the house. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed various crawl space repair and waterproofing products. The CrawlDrain drainage system was installed to catch any seeping water in the crawl space. This water will be drained into the SafeDri Pro sump pump, which is specifically designed to accept the CrawlSeal system. The entire crawl space was encapsulated in durable CrawlSeal liner, which acts as a moisture and vapor barrier. New downspout conductor lines were also installed, and a FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The homeowners were pleased these permanent solutions were installed so their home will be safer and healthier for many more years to come!  
Crawl Space Insulated With CrawlSeal and ExTremeBloc in Lancaster, OH
After 20 years of living in their house, homeowners in Lancaster, OH, had had enough of cold floors and high heating bills. Even though they rarely went into their crawl space, the effects of lacking insulation could be felt through the home. One of Ohio Basement Authority's crews removed debris from the area and re-graded the crawl space floor. Drainage matting was placed on the floor, and the entire area was encapsulated with CrawlSeal liner. ExTremeBloc panels were installed on the walls, and vent covers were installed on the exterior. All of these products are permanent solutions to the homeowners' crawl space problems, and meet their goal of saving energy.
Crawl Space Stabilization and Encapsulation in Baltimore, OH
As they prepared to move into their house, new homeowners in Baltimore, OH, wanted to have various repair projects completed to ensure the health and safety of their home. Some areas of the floors felt soft and uneven, indicating sagging and a failing support system below. The owners found information about Ohio Basement Authority online, and they were eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. One of our inspectors visited them to complete a thorough evaluation of the sagging crawl space. He also pointed out evidence of water in the crawl space and the lack of proper insulation. He recommended some of our trustworthy crawl space repair products, and the homeowners were eager for one of our crews to install these solutions. These included IntelliJack supports to help stabilize and lift the floors and floor joists, CrawlDrain drainage system and SafeDri sump pump to keep the crawl space dry, and the dehumidifier to control moisture and humidity. The crawl space also was encapsulated with CrawlSeal liner, and exterior vent covers were used to further seal the crawl space from outside air, precipitation and pests. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these reliable repairs have helped them create a safer and healthier crawl space and home.
Egress Window & Waterproofing Upgrades Improve Health and Safety of a Pickerington, OH, Home
Homeowners in Pickerington, OH, have lived in their house since it was built 26 years ago. Recently, they began to question how safe the home was. They wanted to use the basement as livable space, but they knew they needed to make some upgrades. According to the International Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings, all habitable spaces, including basements, are required to have at least one operational emergency escape or means of egress. After finding information about Ohio Basement Authority on Home Advisor, the owners were motivated to contact us for further assistance. They met with one of our inspectors who agreed with the necessity of an egress window. Our inspector also noticed potential issues with the exterior drainage lines and sump pump system, so he recommended those upgrades as well. One of our crews then completed these repairs. After excavating the area outside the new window location our crew then carefully cut into the block foundation wall to make room for the newer, bigger window. The new window’s all-vinyl frame resists rust, and its double-pane glass is energy-efficient. A lightly-colored window well was installed outside the window, which allows more natural light into the basement. A durable clear cover was attached to the well to enhance safety as well as keep leaves, debris and precipitation out of the window. New downspout conductor lines also were installed on the property, and the sump pump was replaced by the SafeDri. A FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The homeowners are pleased to now have an updated window system and waterproofing system.
Egress Window Installation in Amanda, OH
Before using some of the finished areas in their basement as livable space, homeowners in Amanda, OH, wanted to make sure their home was up to code. According to the International Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings, all habitable spaces, including basements, are required to have at least one operational emergency escape or means of egress. This means an egress window must be installed. The homeowners were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after glancing at our website. They met with one of our inspectors who confirmed the necessity of egress window systems, and then they were eager for one of our crews to install these systems outside two adjacent basement rooms. After removing some of the drywall and excavating the area outside the intended window locations, our crew carefully cut into the block foundation wall to make room for the new window systems. The new windows’ all-vinyl frames are rust-resistant, and the double-pane glass is energy-efficient. Lightly-colored window wells were installed outside the windows, which allows more natural light into the basement. Durable clear covers were attached to the wells to enhance safety as well as keep leaves, debris and precipitation out of the window wells. The homeowners are happy to have an updated basement window system that enhances the safety and appearance of their home.
Egress Window Installation in Lancaster, OH
After living in his house for several years, a homeowner in Christiansburg, OH, decided he wanted to start using his basement as livable space. However, some improvements needed to be completed before doing so. According to the International Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings, all habitable spaces, including basements, are required to have at least one operational emergency escape or means of egress. The homeowner contacted Ohio Basement Authority after hearing about our company through local home inspectors. After meeting with one of our inspectors, the owner was eager for us to upgrade one of the older windows into a functional egress window. After removing the smaller basement window and excavating the area outside the window, one of our expert crews carefully cut into the block foundation wall to make room for the newer, bigger window. The new window’s all-vinyl frame is rust-resistant, and its double-pane glass is energy-efficient. A lightly-colored window well was installed outside the window, which allows more natural light into the basement. A durable clear cover was attached to the well to enhance safety as well as keep leaves, debris and precipitation out of the window well. The homeowner is happy to have an updated basement window system that enhances the safety and appearance of his home.
Encapsulating a Nasty Crawl Space in Baltimore, OH
It was easy for homeowners in Baltimore, OH, to fall in love with their 100-year-old house when they purchased it four years ago. However, recently they began to notice some issues that made them question the health of their home. They rarely go into the dirt crawl space, but after a recent peek inside they saw that this area under the old farmhouse seemed like an unhealthy environment full of moisture, dampness, and potential mold growth. The homeowners were worried they could be breathing in the nasty air from the crawl space, and they were motivated to address this issue right away. After seeing Ohio Basement Authority’s TV ads, they were eager to contact us and then meet with one of our inspectors. The inspector completed a thorough evaluation of the crawl space and then recommend some of our reliable repairs. After the debris was removed from the crawl space, one of our crews then encapsulated the entire area in CrawlSeal liner. CrawlSeal is thick and durable, and it fully seals the crawl space from the earth. It also prevents moisture and vapor intrusion and helps insulate the crawl space. We further insulated the crawl space by applying spray foam insulation to the band joists. Additionally, we installed vent covers on the home’s exterior to completely seal the crawl space from outside air, water and pests. An access door also was installed to replace the older crawl space access door. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these trustworthy repairs have helped them create a safer and healthier crawl space and home.
Encapsulating a Nasty Crawl Space in Stoutsville, OH
New homeowners in Stoutsville, OH, were excited to move into their house. As they began to make it their own, they noticed dampness and unpleasant odors. They investigated every nook and cranny, and they came across the access point for the crawl space underneath the house. As they peeked inside, they noticed plenty of debris, the lack of proper insulation, and moldy, failing floor liner. The homeowners plan to live in the house for many years, so addressing these problems was crucial. They started to research potential repairs, and they came across information about Ohio Basement Authority online. They were eager to meet with one of our inspectors to learn more about how we could help them. Our inspector ventured into the crawl space to evaluate the condition of this area. He discussed his findings with the homeowners, as well as their repair goals, and he then recommended our reliable crawl space repair solutions. After removing the debris and other nuisances from the crawl space, one of our crews then encapsulated the area in CrawlSeal liner. CrawlSeal is a thick and durable material that completely isolates the home from the earth. It also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and it helps insulate the crawl space. The homeowners can breathe easier knowing this trustworthy repair project has helped them create a safer and healthier living environment that they will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
Exterior Drainage Upgrade in Millersport, OH
Not long after moving into their house, homeowners in Millersport, OH, noticed water leaking inside the back corner of the house during heavy rains. This resulted in some puddles on the floor and saturated carpet. The homeowners plan to live in the house for many years, so having a safe living environment free of water is important to them. They were eager to meet with one of Ohio Basement Authority’s inspectors after meeting some of our staff at a local business networking event. When meeting with our inspector, he pointed out the area of basement leakage happened to be in the same area as exterior gutter downspouts. One of our crews then updated the exterior drainage system by installing French drains on the property. These lines are comprised of perforated pipe that is underground and seated in non-compactable gravel. This allows water collected by the pipe to leach in and drain to areas other than the home’s foundation. The owners were excited to not have any more water in the basement once these lines were installed, and they are pleased to have a safe and dry living environment.
Exterior Drainage Upgrades in Baltimore, OH
After living in their house for two years, homeowners in Baltimore, OH, started to notice a problem with their exterior drainage system. They were worried that water from the gutter downspouts drained too close to the home’s foundation, and they didn’t want to have to deal with this water seeping into the basement. The owners knew they could count on Ohio Basement Authority for the right repairs because they had us complete an exterior drainage upgrade at their previous property. They were eager to contact us again to assess the drainage at their newer home. The owners met with the same inspector who evaluated the condition of the home’s exterior drainage system. Our inspector then recommended having one of our crews upgrade the existing system. This project was completed by replacing the lines with newer, thicker pipe used for the downspout conductor lines. These lines were placed in the ground and directed to drain water far away from the home. YardWell outlets were used to conceal the ends of these discharge lines in the yard. The homeowners are pleased to have an updated exterior drainage system to help keep their home dry.
Exterior Drainage Upgrades in Lancaster, OH

Not long after moving into her house, a new homeowner in Lancaster, OH, noticed water leaking into various corners. Downspout conductor lines also happened to be in these corners outside the foundation walls.

Hoping to nip this problem in the bud, the owner started to research repair options. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority after finding information about our company online. She then met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the exterior drainage system. Our inspector then recommended updating these lines on the property.

One of our crews then replaced the older, failing lines with new, thicker pipe used for the downspout conductor lines. These lines were placed in the ground and directed far enough away from the house. YardWell outlets also were used to conceal the ends of the lines in the yard.

The homeowner is pleased to now have an updated exterior drainage system to help keep her home dry.

Exterior Waterproofing Products Installed at a Home in Pickerington, OH
After living in their house for several years, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, began to notice issues with failing drainage pipes and discharge lines that were beginning to affect their house. Concerned with possible water in their basement, they contacted Ohio Basement Authority. We installed new downspout conductor lines and buried them underground. A FreezeGuard was also attached to the exterior discharge line just outside the home to prevent flooding if the line would freeze or become blocked. The homeowners are happy to have updated exterior drainage lines that will aid in keeping the house dry.
Finding the Right Waterproofing Solution in Carroll, OH
A homeowner of 15 years in Carroll, OH, has been experiencing flooding in her basement for five years. She had several sump pumps installed by other contractors, but water continued to flood around these pumps with up to two inches of standing water after rains. This water ruined clothing and other stored items in the basement. After doing an Internet search, she decided to call us to schedule a free inspection and estimate. She met with a certified inspector who explained that our SafeDri Triple sump pump was just that—triple-safe, guaranteed, and warrantied to work just as described. It has a main 1/3-horsepower pump; a supplementary, more powerful 1/2-horsepower pump; and a SafeDri battery backup pump which kicks on in the event of a power outage and can pump 12,000 gallons of water on a single charge. The homeowner is now content with her sump pump, and after trying several others, she believes she has found the right solution.
Fixing and Protecting a Cracking Wall with Carbon Fiber Supports in Pickerington, OH
Homeowners in Pickerington, OH, were ready to put their house on the market. Before doing so, they knew they needed to address various repairs around the home. This included addressing a cracking, slightly tilting foundation wall. As the owners researched potential repairs, they came across Ohio Basement Authority’s website and were eager to contact us for further assistance. They met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the problematic foundation wall. Our inspector then recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then permanently stabilized this wall by placing Carbon Fiber supports on it. These heavy-duty straps firmly adhere to the wall to hold it in its current position, as well as prevent any further cracking or inward bowing. Their low profile also allows them to be concealed with basement finishing materials. The homeowners are pleased to know these trustworthy repairs have helped them enhance the resale value of the house, as well as the structural stability of the home for the next owners.
Foundation Repair and Basement Waterproofing Projects in Lancaster, OH
Upon purchasing her home, a homebuyer interested in a 40-year-old house in Lancaster, OH, wanted to make sure the dwelling would be dry and structurally sound. She noticed some issues including cracks and slight tilting in the foundation walls, as well as evidence of water intrusion. The new owner knew she could count on Ohio Basement Authority for the perfect solutions. She met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the home. Our inspector then presented the owner with some of our reliable foundation repair and basement waterproofing solutions. One of our crews then stabilized the walls with several Carbon Fiber supports and waterproofed the basement with BasementGutter, SafeDri Triple sump and exterior FreezeGuard attachments. Carbon Fiber supports were placed on the walls throughout the basement. These heavy-duty supports firmly adhere to the walls to stabilize them in their current positions and prevent any further cracking or bowing. BasementGutter was placed in the sub-floor to catch any seeping water from the walls and floor. This water is then directed to the SafeDri Triple sump pump to be pumped out of the basement. FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines to prevent flooding from frozen or blocked lines. The new homeowner is pleased these trustworthy repairs were completed to ensure the health and safety of her living environment.
Foundation Repair Projects Stabilize Failing Walls in Lancaster, OH
After a man’s mother passed away, he took on the responsibility of selling her house in Lancaster, OH. In an effort to spruce up the home, the man discovered some glaring structural issues. The walls were severely cracking and tilting inward, which not only affected the home’s structural integrity, but its resale value as well. After a structural engineer referred the man to Ohio Basement Authority, he was eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help him. He met with one of our inspectors, who evaluated condition of the walls and then presented him with several foundation repair options. One of our crews first dug down to the footing outside of the walls in severe disrepair, and these walls were then pushed back to as level and plumb as possible. The walls were further protected on the inside by installing Carbon Fiber supports and IntelliBrace beams. Both solutions reinforce the walls and prevent them from any future cracking or bowing. IntelliBrace beams offer the ability to straighten and improve the walls where they were installed, and the Carbon Fiber hold the other walls in their current positions. The man now has peace of mind knowing these reliable repairs have helped ensure the home’s resale value, as well as its structural stability for the next owners.
Foundation Repair with Carbon Fiber Supports in Rushville, OH

After living in their house for several years, homeowners in Rushville, OH, began to notice a glaring problem in their basement. One of the foundation walls was cracking and appeared to be slightly tilting inward.

The owners wanted to promptly address these signs of foundation wall failure, so they started to research how to fix this problem. They were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after finding information about our company online. Once they met with one of our inspectors, who evaluated the condition of the home and its foundation, the owners were equally excited for one of our crews to install one of our many reliable foundation repair solutions.

The crew placed several Carbon Fiber supports along this problematic foundation wall. These heavy-duty supports permanently reinforce the foundation wall where they were installed, as well as prevent any further cracking and inward bowing. They also can easily be concealed by basement finishing materials like paint or drywall.

The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this trustworthy repair has helped them create a safe and stable living environment.

Foundation Stabilization with IntelliBrace Beams in Baltimore, OH
Homeowners in Baltimore, OH, have lived in their house since it was built more than 40 years ago. When they recently began to re-finish the basement, they noticed potential structural issues. Some of the mortar on one of the foundation walls appeared to be cracked and separating. The owners were concerned about the structural integrity of the home, and they wanted to fix these issues as soon as possible. They were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after seeing some of our TV ads. After meeting with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the wall, they were equally eager for one of our crews to install one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. We placed several IntelliBrace beams along the questionable wall. While these heavy-duty beams permanently stabilize the wall where they are installed, they also offer the best opportunity to straighten the wall. Unlike typical static support beams, IntelliBrace beams are uniquely designed to be tightened during dry seasons to potentially improve and straighten the wall over time. The homeowners are pleased to now have a safe and stable living environment because of this trustworthy solution.
Foundation Stabilization with Push Piers and Carbon Fiber Supports in Lancaster, OH
During the few years that they have lived in their house, homeowners in Lancaster, OH, noticed some issues were getting worse. A few areas of the foundation walls had cracks and gaps, as well as signs of tilting and movement. The owners were concerned these problems could turn into safety and structural stability hazards, and they were motivated to address the issues once and for all. After seeing Ohio Basement Authority’s TV ads, they were eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the problematic walls. Our inspector then recommended some of our reliable foundation repair solutions. Several Push Piers were installed underneath the more severely cracking and settling wall. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel piers are driven deep into the soil to permanently stabilize the foundation and offer the best opportunity to lift it back to level. Several Carbon Fiber supports also were placed on the less severely cracking wall. These durable supports firmly adhere to the wall to permanently stabilize it and hold it in its current position. These supports also protect the wall from any further cracking or inward bowing. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these trustworthy repairs have helped them create a safer living environment.
Foundation Wall Reinforcement in Pickerington, OH

After living for two years in their house in Pickertington, OH, homeowners were beginning to notice cracking on the corner of a foundation wall getting worse.

They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and one of our expert crews installed a Carbon Fiber corner strap on the cracking foundation wall corner. This strap comprised of several horizontal and vertical Carbon Fiber wall supports will permanently stabilize the wall and prevent further cracking.

The homeowners were excited to have these products installed in their house so that it will be a safe and stable living environment for many years to come.

Foundation Wall Reinforcement with Carbon Fiber in Pickerington, OH
Homeowners in Pickerington, OH, previously chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority on various projects including waterproofing. After a year, they were eager to work with our company again to meet their structural support needs. One of our expert crews installed 15 Carbon Fiber wall supports on the foundation walls. These wall supports will prevent any further inward movement that would result in cracks or bowing in the walls. They are also covered under a full lifetime warranty for as long as the house and foundation are standing. The homeowners are pleased to have a house that will be structurally sound for many years to come.
Helical Piers and Wall Anchors Permanently Stabilize Cracking and Settling Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH
Homeowners in Pickerington, OH, have noticed cracks in their foundation walls getting worse over the last couple of years. They were concerned the walls could eventually fail completely and fall in if they didn’t address these issues soon. The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through online resources like Home Advisor. We then installed some of our reliable, permanent foundation repair solutions. These included 10 Channel Anchors on the cracking and bowing foundation walls, and five Helical Piers underneath sections of the settling foundation walls. Both of these heavy-duty, galvanized steel products permanently stabilize the problematic foundation walls. The Helical Piers can lift the foundation back to the proper level, and the Wall Anchors can be tightened for wall improvement. The owners now have peace of mind knowing their forever home will be a safer and more stable living environment for many years to come.
Helical Piers Permanently Stabilize a Leaning Chimney in Lancaster, OH
During the last year, a homeowner in Lancaster, OH, made sure he was closely monitoring his home’s chimney that was beginning to tilt and separate from the rest of the structure. He was concerned this structural issue could result in serious damage. A tilting chimney is one of the more dramatic signs of foundation settlement. Chimneys are sometimes built on a foundation that is not connected to the rest of the home, making it even more at risk for settlement. The homeowner contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed one of our many types of reliable foundation repair solutions. Two Helical Piers were installed underneath the chimney’s foundation to permanently stabilize it. These heavy-duty galvanized steel piers also can lift the chimney back to its original level. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing this permanent repair solution has created a safe and structurally sound living environment.
Improving the Health and Stability of a Problematic Garage/Workshop in Sugar Grove, OH
A homeowner in Sugar Grove, OH, uses a building on his property as a garage and workshop. He recently noticed a couple of the walls were cracking and tilting inward, and water was leaking inside. The owner wanted to have these problems fixed before they worsened, so he researched possible repairs. After finding information online about Ohio Basement Authority, the owner contacted us to learn more about how we could help him. One of our inspectors completed a thorough evaluation of the condition of the building and then recommended some of our reliable waterproofing and foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then stabilized the problematic walls with Carbon Fiber supports and Channel Anchors. Both solutions permanently stabilize the walls and prevent any further cracking and inward bowing. The Carbon Fiber straps were placed on the less severely cracking wall to hold it in its current position. The wall anchors were placed on the wall with more disrepair to help straighten it. The building also was waterproofed with the BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri sump pump. Any seeping water will be intercepted by the BasementGutter and directed to the SafeDri to be pumped out of the building. An FreezeGuard also was placed on the exterior sump pump discharge line. The owner is pleased to have a dry and stable garage and workshop that will be functional for many years to come.
Keeping a Basement Dry with Reliable Solutions in Pickerington, OH
After living in their house for a couple of years, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, decided they wanted to finish the basement. Before doing so, they wanted to make sure this area of their house always would remain dry. They weren’t sure if the current sump pump system was up to the task, so they decided to look into upgrading the system. After talking about their concerns with a trusted friend and one of Ohio Basement Authority’s employees, the owners were eager to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who recommended several of our reliable basement waterproofing solutions that would always keep their home dry. One of our crews then installed these solutions which included the BasementGutter drainage system, SafeDri sump pump, and exterior FreezeGuard and YardWell attachments. BasementGutter was placed in the sub-floor to catch any seeping water. This water is then directed to the SafeDri sump pump to be pumped out of the home. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line, and this line was tied into a new downspout conductor line that was installed on the property. The end of this line in the yard was camouflaged by a YardWell outlet. The homeowners are pleased to have a dry basement and safe and healthy home that they will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
Keeping a Leaking Basement Dry in Pleasantville, OH
During the few months she has lived in her house, a homeowner in Pleasantville, OH, noticed a glaring problem. The basement/cellar area of the home was leaking and sustained significant water damage. She wanted to address this problem as soon as possible. After finding information about Ohio Basement Authority on Home Advisor, the owner was motivated to contact us for further assistance. She met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the problematic area. Our inspector then recommended some of our reliable waterproofing solutions. One of our crews then waterproofed the basement with the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri sump pump. Any leaking water is intercepted by the BasementGutter system and directed to the SafeDri to be pumped out of the house. A section of grated drainage also was placed in front of the walk-out access point and tied into the BasementGutter system. CrawlSeal liner also was used to cover the walls throughout the basement to help with waterproofing, and a FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The homeowner is happy to now have a dry basement/cellar area and healthier home because of these trustworthy repairs.
Leaking Basement and Garage in Pickerington, OH, Corrected by Permanent Waterproofing Solutions
It's been several years since a homeowner in Pickerington, OH, moved into his house, and water intrusion recently became a cause for concern. A multi-purpose basement used for storage, laundry, entertainment and living space was starting to get wet. Similar issues were also occurring in the attached garage. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed permanent waterproofing solutions in both of these problematic areas of the home. The BasementGutter drainage system was installed in the sub-floor to intercept any seeping water. A section of grated drainage was installed in front of the door between the basement and garage, and connected to the BasementGutter. To make sure both areas would covered, a SafeDri Triple sump pump was installed in the basement, and a SafeDri Prox sump pump was installed in the garage. Exterior drainage lines were also installed on the property. The homeowner is happy these permanent solutions were installed so his home will stay safe and dry for many more years to come!
New Sump Pump and Downspout Conductor Lines will Keep a Home Dry in Lancaster, OH
After living in their house for a few years, homeowners in Lancaster, OH, wanted to upgrade their interior and exterior waterproofing systems. They specifically wanted a more reliable sump pump system, and they started to research how to address this issue. The owners came across Ohio Basement Authority’s website, and they were eager to contact us for more information about how we could help them. After meeting with one of our inspectors, the owners were equally excited for one of our crews to install a newer, trustworthy sump pump system and exterior drainage system. We removed the existing sump pump and installed the SafeDri Triple sump pump system. The SafeDri Triple is equipped with three powerful pumps inside the sump liner, as well as an external backup battery. This ensures the system will always operate to pump seeping water out of the basement. We also installed newer, thicker downspout conductor lines on the property that were placed in the ground. The homeowners are happy to have more reliable systems inside and outside their house to keep their home dry.
Permanent Waterproofing Solutions Will Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Lancaster, OH
After living for many years in a home with a leaking basement, a homeowner in Lancaster, OH, was ready to address the problem once and for all. She noticed water seeping into the basement whenever it rained, collecting in puddles throughout the basement. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our basement waterproofing services online, and we installed the best permanent solutions to meet her repair needs. The water seemed to seep into the basement through a walk-out entrance, as well as where the walls and floor meet. We installed the BasementGutter interior drainage system around the basement’s perimeter to intercept this water. A section of grated drainage pipe was installed in front of the doorway and tied into the rest of the BasementGutter system. This water is then directed to the reliable SafeDri sump pump, and pumped out of the basement and away from the home through a discharge line. A FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. Another source of the seeping water could have been through cracks in the foundation walls, so we reinforced these walls with one of our many reliable foundation repair products. Several Carbon Fiber wall supports were installed to permanently stabilize these walls and prevent any future cracking or inward bowing. The owner was pleased to have these many reliable products installed so her home will be a safe and dry living environment for many years to come.
Permanently Stabilizing and Waterproofing a Basement in Stoutsville, OH
After living in their house for almost one year, homeowners in Stoutsville, OH, began to notice some problems in their home getting worse. These included cracking foundation walls and a leaking basement. These issues greatly concerned the homeowners, but they had no idea where to turn for help. They started to research how to best address these problems, and they were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. After meeting with one of our expert inspectors, the homeowners were equally excited to have one of our experienced crews install the perfect permanent solutions. We stabilized the problematic foundation walls with one type of our many reliable foundation repair products. Several Carbon Fiber supports were placed on the problematic foundation wall. These heavy-duty supports permanently stabilize the foundation wall where they were installed, and they prevent any further cracking or inward bowing. They also can be easily concealed by paint or drywall. We waterproofed the basement by installing the BasementGutter interior drainage system to intercept any seeping water from the wall and floor. This water is then directed to a sump pump and pumped out of the basement and away from the home. We also demolished and rebuilt a failing retaining wall on the property. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these repair projects have helped them create a safer and healthier living environment.
Permanently Waterproofing a Leaking Basement in Amanda, OH
After living in their house for several years, homeowners in Amanda, OH, began to investigate the process of selling their home. Before putting the house on the market, the owners knew various repairs needed to be completed within the home. This included addressing the leaking basement. Water seemed to seep through the block foundation walls, leaving small puddles and minor damage behind. The owners wanted to address this issue once and for all, so they began to research potential repair methods and companies. They were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads, and they were eager to meet with one of our highly trained inspectors to discuss a permanent repair solution. The owners were equally excited for one of our repair crews to install some of our trustworthy basement waterproofing products. These included the BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri Super sump pump. Any seeping water will be intercepted by the sub-floor BasementGutter system and directed to the SafeDri Super sump. This power sump pump system will then pump the water safely out of the basement and away from the home’s foundation. The sump pump discharge line was directed outdoors, and this line was tied into a new downspout conductor line that was installed and directed to a pond at the edge of the property. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these reliable installations have helped create living environment that will be healthy and dry for the next owners.
IntelliBrace Beams Stabilize a Cracking, Bowing Foundation Wall in Pickerington, OH
Several years have passed since they moved into their house, but it wasn't until recently that homeowners in Pickerington, OH, noticed various cracks and bowing in one of their foundation walls. They wanted to make sure the home would always be stable, so they researched repair solutions and companies online. They liked Ohio Basement Authority's solution the best, and we installed two IntelliBrace beams on the problematic foundation wall. These heavy-duty, zinc-plated steel beams permanently stabilize the foundation wall and can be tightened for wall improvement. The homeowners were pleased this permanent solution was installed to ensure the home's longtime structural integrity.
IntelliBrace System Stabilizes Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH
After living for several years in his house in Pickerington, OH, a homeowner began noticing cracks in his foundation wall. The wall above one of his home's doors was also cracked, and he was having issues with doors sticking. Concerned with additional cracks and foundation movement, he wanted to address the problem as soon as possible. Ohio Basement Authority installed the IntelliBrace System in his basement. Six heavy-duty steel I-beams were installed along one of his block foundation walls. The beams are tightly secured against the wall with durable brackets that are anchored to the floor and floor joists. The IntelliBrace System meets the homeowner's goals of attempting to straighten the wall and permanently stabilizing the wall. He is pleased to now have a structurally sound home. IntelliBrace System Stabilizes Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH - Photo 1
Push Pier Installation in Bremen, OH
A homeowner in Bremen, OH moved into a home that his father built in 1966. About two months ago, he tore out the bathroom in the basement and found a stair-step crack behind the tub wall. He had a construction background, so he knew this work was outside of what he could do on his own. He wanted to fix the problem before it got worse, so he called Ohio Basement Authority for a free inspection and estimate. One of our certified inspectors arrived at the schedule appointment time. He examined the foundation issues and determined that installing three push piers from the interior would be the perfect solution. Push piers connect the house to stable soil or bedrock which can better support its weight. A steel bracket connects each pier to the foundation to prevent foundation settlement. Brackets are often used along with hydraulic jacks to lift the structure back to original position. The homeowner elected to have this repair installed, so he scheduled another appointment with one of our expert production crews. The crew finished the project within one day, and then the owner’s worries were alleviated. Push Pier Installation in Bremen, OH - Photo 1
Push Piers Permanently Reinforce Cracking Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH

When they moved into their house almost 10 years ago, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, were aware of some cracks in the drywall and foundation walls. During the last year, however, they have noticed these problems getting worse.

The owners wanted to address these are common signs of foundation settlement before any serious damages resulted. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products.

Nine Push Piers were installed underneath the problematic foundation walls to permanently stabilize the home. These heavy-duty steel piers also offer the best opportunity to lift the home back to level.

The owners were excited this project was completed so their home will now structurally sound for many more years to come.

Push Piers Stabilize Cracking, Settling Foundation in Lancaster, OH

After living in their house for two years, homeowners in Lancaster, OH, began to notice problems with their foundation. A few areas seemed to be settling and uneven, and exterior cracks were visible outside the crawl space.

This concerned the homeowners, and they wanted to address these issues before they became serious safety hazards. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair solutions to address these problems.

Several Push Piers were installed underneath the settling sections of the foundation walls. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel piers permanently stabilize the problematic foundation walls. They also offer the best opportunity to lift the foundation back to level.

The owners now have peace of mind knowing their home will be a safer living environment for many years to come because of this reliable permanent solution.

Reinforcing Sagging Floors in Lancaster, OH, With IntelliJacks
After living in their house for seven years, homeowners in Lancaster, OH, began to notice possible structural issues in their house. Some areas of the floors seemed to be sagging and unlevel. These issues could be the result of foundation settlement or improper supports beneath the floors. The owners wanted to fix these problems for good, so they began to research how to best address them. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after finding information about our company online. They then met with one of our inspectors who assessed the condition of the floors, as well as the support system in the crawl space under the house. Several floor joists were failing to properly support the above floors, so our inspector recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then installed several IntelliJacks in the crawl space. These heavy-duty supports are made of galvanized steel, which enhances their durability and makes them resistant to rust, corrosion and rot. IntelliJacks permanently stabilize the above floors and offer the best opportunity to lift them back to level. They are designed to stop settlement, but can easily be adjusted if any settling occurs. The owners now have peace of mind knowing these trustworthy repairs have helped them create a safe and stable living environment.
Dehumidifier Helps Control Humidity in a Church Basement in Amanda, OH
During the last several years, parishioners of a church in Amanda, OH, have noticed issues with moisture and humidity, particularly in the basement of the building. There also were signs of efflorescence on the basement walls. Efflorescence is from minerals in the concrete, mortar, or soil that dissolve in water and remain behind when the water evaporates off the surface of the wall or floor. It manifests as white powder or crystals, and is sometimes confused with mold. The basement is used for various classes and gatherings, including hosting a local Boy Scout troop. Because this area is often used, the parishioners and church board wanted to make sure it would be healthy for all visitors. A member of the church board contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning about our company online, and he was interested to see how we could help create a healthier environment. The basement was not leaking and it did not have any structural issues, so our inspector recommended installing a dehumidifier. One of our crews installed the dehumidifier in the church basement. This high-performance, efficient system will eliminate damp, musty odors in the basement once and for all by drying and filtering the air. It also helps control moisture and humidity. The church board and members can breathe easier knowing this reliable system was installed to create a cleaner and healthier environment.  
Dehumidifier Helps Create a Healthier Home in Stoutsville, OH
Not long after moving into his house, a homeowner in Stoutsville, OH, noticed an issue with dampness in the basement. He wanted to address this before it led to other problems. After learning about Ohio Basement Authority, the owner was eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help him. He met with one of our inspectors who recommended one of our many reliable solutions. One of our crews installed a dehumidifier in the basement. This compact, yet powerful and energy efficient unit cleans and filters the air, controls moisture and humidity, and helps eliminate odors and the potential for mold growth. The owner can breathe easier knowing this trustworthy solution has helped him create a healthier living environment.
Sealing a Nasty Crawl Space in Pickerington, OH
After living in their house for several years, homeowners in Pickerington started to notice a problem under their house. They rarely venture into the crawl space, but a recent peek inside revealed a lot of debris and failing insulation and lining. The homeowners knew they could count on Ohio Basement Authority for the perfect solution, as they previously hired us to stabilize a cracking, tilting wall. The owners were eager to call on us again and meet with the same inspector. Our inspector evaluated the condition of the crawl space and then recommended some of our reliable repair solutions. After carefully removing the nuisances from the crawl space, one of our crews then encapsulated the crawl space in thick and durable CrawlSeal liner. This liner completely seals the crawl space, acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps insulate the crawl space. The homeowners are pleased to have a healthier crawl space and home because of these trustworthy repairs.
Sealing an Unhealthy Crawl Space in Carroll, OH
After living in their house for three months, new homeowners in Carroll, OH, noticed their floors felt cold during the winter. This was because of the lack of insulation in the crawl space under the house. Once they saw the condition of the unhealthy crawl space, the owners also took a closer look at the home’s interior and exterior drainage systems. With the goal of addressing all of these issues to create a healthier home, the owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. After one of our highly-trained inspectors completed a thorough evaluation of the home, the owners were eager for us to install several permanent repair solutions. These included encapsulating the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This thick and durable liner not only isolates the crawl space environment from the earth, it also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier and helps insulate the crawl space. We also further insulated the crawl space by placing ExTremeBloc panels on the walls and applying spray foam insulation to the band joists. Additional installations included basement waterproofing solutions like the BasementGutter interior drainage system, SafeDri Super sump pump, FreezeGuard attachment on the exterior sump pump discharge line, and new downspout conductor lines. The homeowners are pleased to now have a safe and healthy forever home because of these reliable products.
Sewer Line Repair and Replacement in Lancaster, OH

The owner of a local real estate investing company that specializes in flipping houses recently purchased a 66-year-old house in Lancaster, OH. As he and his company began to tackle various improvement projects around the house, he noticed a problem with the sewer line serving the house. He suspected the line had broken in a few places, and he wanted to get this repaired as soon as possible.

After hearing about Ohio Basement Authority, the owner was eager to learn more about how we could help him. He contacted us and then met with one of our inspectors. Our inspector suggested completely replacing the sewer later outside the home.

After taking great care to excavate the property to gain access to the existing line, one of our experienced crews replaced the older pipe with stronger SDR 35 plastic sewer pipe.

The owner is pleased to now have an updated and more reliable sewer line.

IntelliJacks Stabilize Sagging Floors in Millersburg, OH

While completing repairs for homeowners in Millersburg, OH, a general contractor noticed an issue with the floors. Some sections felt like they were sagging and uneven. The general contractor took a look at the support system in the crawl space underneath the house, and he found various wooden supports and concrete columns were beginning to fail.

The contractor, as well as the homeowners, wanted to make sure the house would be a safe and stable living environment. After the contractor found information about Ohio Basement Authority online and located our website, he wanted to have us take a look at the support system to see how we could help. One of our inspectors to complete a thorough evaluation of the crawl space and its supports. Our inspector then recommended the perfect solution.

One of our crews then installed several IntelliJacks underneath the main load beam. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel supports permanently stabilize the floor joists and help raise the floor back to level. They also will not rust or corrode. They are designed to stop settling, but can easily be adjusted if any settlement occurs. The IntelliJack system also can support vertical loads exceeding 60,000 lbs.

The home will now be a safe and stable living environment because of these trustworthy solutions.

IntelliJacks Update the Support System in an Older Pickerington, OH, Home
As the local representative for homeowners who live out of state, a realtor wanted to make sure their house underwent necessary repairs. A recent home inspection brought several issues to light, including rotting wooden support beams in the basement. These beams were starting to show signs of corrosion and failure, which can lead to sagging upper floors in the house. The realtor contacted Ohio Basement Authority for additional guidance, and she met with one of our inspectors. Our inspector assessed the condition of the home’s support system, and he recommended the perfect repair. One of our crews then removed the wooden beams from the more than 100-year-old home and replaced them with several IntelliJacks. IntelliJacks appear similar to typical jack posts, but they are far superior. These heavy-duty supports are made of galvanized steel, which enhances their durability and makes them resistant to rust, corrosion and rot. IntelliJacks permanently stabilize the above floors and offer the best opportunity to lift them back to level. They are designed to stop settlement, but can easily be adjusted if any settling occurs. The home now has a more reliable support system that will enhance its safety and stability for future owners.
Stabilizing a Settling Foundation Wall in Amanda, OH

After living in her house for many years, a homeowner in Amanda, OH, recently began to notice cracks and gaps in one of her foundation walls. These signs of foundation failure and settlement greatly concerned the homeowner, and she wanted to have them fixed once and for all.

She started to research how to best address these issues and she found information about Ohio Basement Authority online. She was eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help her. She met with one of our inspectors who assessed the condition of the wall, and he then recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions.

One of our crews installed several Push Piers underneath the problematic foundation wall by driving them deep into the soil. These heavy-duty, galvanized piers permanently stabilize the foundation and offer the best opportunity to lift it back to level. The crew also installed new exterior drainage lines in this area, as well.

The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing this reliable repair process has helped her create a safe and structurally sound living environment.

Stabilizing a Settling Home in Millersport, OH, with Push Piers

After living in their house for almost 10 years, homeowners in Millersport, OH, started to notice some structural issues. They recently spotted cracking on one of the home’s exterior block foundation walls, and also noticed that this wall appeared to be settling.

These issues greatly concerned the homeowners, and they wanted to have them fixed before any serious damage resulted. As they researched how to best address these problems, they found information about Ohio Basement Authority and were eager to contact us. They met with one of our expert inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the problematic foundation. Our inspector then recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions.

One of our crews then installed several Push Piers underneath the settling foundation wall by driving them deep into the soil. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel piers permanently stabilize the foundation wall and offer the best opportunity to lift it back to level.

The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this trustworthy repair method has helped them create a safer living environment that they will be able to enjoy for many years to come.

Stabilizing Sagging, Uneven Floors in Stoutsville, OH, with IntelliJacks
After living in her house for a few years, a homeowner in Stoutsville, OH, noticed some areas of her floors were sagging and uneven. This can indicate foundation settlement or failure of the home’s structural support system. The homeowner wanted to make sure her home was structurally stable and properly supported. She began to research how to best address these issues, and then was motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. After meeting with one of our inspectors, she was equally excited for one of our crews to install the perfect solution. Along with new support beams, we installed several IntelliJacks in the crawl space underneath the house. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel supports permanently stabilize the floor joists and help raise the floor back to level. They also will not rust or corrode. They are designed to stop settling, but can easily be adjusted if any settlement occurs. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing this reliable repair solution has helped create a safe and stable living environment.
Structurally Stabilizing and Waterproofing a Home in Millersport, OH
Homeowners in Millersport, OH, have lived in their house since it was built 27 years ago. During that time, they have noticed the same problems with the house only getting worse. One of the foundation walls was cracking and tilting inward, and water seemed to leak inside the basement through the corner of this wall near the floor. This also resulted in puddles and water damage, and the existing sump pump could not keep up with the water. The homeowners were worried about the structural stability and health of the home, and they wanted to find the right solutions to fix these problems once and for all. They were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after seeing our TV ads, and they were excited by the repair solutions presented to them by one of our inspectors. One of our crews stabilized the failing foundation wall with Channel Anchors. These anchors permanently stabilize the problematic foundation walls, prevent further cracking and inward bowing, and offer the best opportunity to straighten the walls. The vertical anchors also are bolted to the floor for additional support. The basement also was waterproofed with the BasementGutter interior drainage system, which intercepts any seeping water and directs it to the SafeDri Triple sump pump that was installed to replace the older system. This reliable system is equipped with three pumps inside the large sump liner, as well as an exterior backup battery. This ensures the sump pump system will always work to pump any water out of the basement, even in the event of power outages. A dehumidifier also was installed in the basement. This powerful, yet energy-efficient system cleans and filters the air and helps control moisture and humidity. Unlike conventional dehumidifiers, this model self-drains so no buckets have to be emptied. FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines, and these lines were connected to new downspout conductor lines that were installed on the property. A YardWell outlet was used to camouflage the end of one of the lines in the yard. The homeowners can rest easier knowing these many reliable solutions have helped them create a safer and healthier forever home.
Sump Pump Upgrade and Other Waterproofing Installations Keep a Basement Dry in Pickerington, OH
Even though they were not experiencing any water intrusion issues, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, wanted to take a proactive waterproofing approach. They have lived in their home since it was built in 2003, and had a single-pump sump pump in their basement. They stopped by Ohio Basement Authority's booth at a local home show, and inquired about the SafeDri Triple Sump Pump System they saw on display. This reliable sump pump features three pumps, including a battery back-up. Along with upgrading the homeowners' sump pump system, one of our expert crews also installed a dehumidifier to filter air in the basement. New discharge lines were also installed, and FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines. A YardWell outlet was also added to the end of the buried discharge line. The homeowners have peace of mind knowing their basement will be protected for many years to come because of these products.
SafeDri Triple Sump Pump Upgrade Will Keep a Home Dry in Orient, OH
After living in his house for several years, a homeowner in Orient, OH, began to notice problems with his existing sump pump system. He wanted a more reliable and efficient sump pump system that he could always count on to keep his finished basement dry. The homeowner began to research upgrade options online, and he came across Ohio Basement Authority’s website. We replaced the older sump pump system with the SafeDri Triple Sump system. This reliable system is equipped with three pumps inside the large sump liner, as well as an exterior backup battery. This ensures the sump pump system will always work to pump any water out of the basement, even in the event of power outages. FreezeGuards also were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing these trustworthy products will help keep his home healthy and dry for many more years to come.
SafeDri Sump Pump will Keep a Basement Dry in Pickerington, OH

After living in his house for 10 years, a homeowner in Pickerington, OH, was beginning to notice a lot of water welling up into his basement’s existing sump pump system. He was concerned the sump pump would fail and lead to a flooded basement.

He contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we replaced the older sump pump with the reliable SafeDri Triple sump pump system. This high-powered system features three pumps inside the liner, as well as an exterior back-up battery. This ensures the system will continue to work even in the event of a power outage.

FreezeGuards also were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines, and these lines were connected to new exterior drainage lines that were installed on the property.

The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing this trustworthy sump pump system will keep his basement dry for many years to come.

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SafeDri Triple Sump Pump Will Protect a Leaking Basement in Baltimore, OH
Since moving into their house seven years ago, homeowners in Baltimore, OH, have not had any major problems with their home or basement. Recently, however, the basement leaked because of periods of heavy rains. This resulted in a flooded basement and frantic homeowners. They were concerned the existing sump pump system was no longer able to properly function, and they wanted to upgrade their system. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority and met with one of our inspectors. The inspector confirmed the necessity for a new sump pump system to keep the basement dry, and he recommended the “king” of sump pump systems. We replaced the owners’ older sump pump with the SafeDri Triple Sump Pump system. With three powerful pumps inside the liner, the SafeDri Triple offers triple the protection in keeping the basement dry. An external backup battery also ensures the system will continue to operate even when the power goes out. FreezeGuards also were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this newer system will always keep their home dry.
SafeDri Will Keep a Wet, Flooding Basement Dry in Baltimore, OH

After their basement flooded due to sump pump failure, homeowners in Baltimore, OH, wanted to find the best permanent solution that would always keep their basement dry. They also didn’t want to have to worry about pump failure.

The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our waterproofing services online. We then installed the SafeDri Battery Back-Up System and tied the existing interior drainage into this system. Along with powerful pumps inside the sump liner, the system is complete with a reliable external back-up battery. This ensures the system will always work to pump any seeping water out of the basement. An FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line.

The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this trustworthy system will prevent their basement from flooding, and will keep their basement dry for many years to come.

Updated Exterior Drainage Will Help Keep a Home Dry in Pickerington, OH
During the two years that they have lived in their house, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, have noticed a problem in their basement was getting worse. Water seemed to be seeping inside the basement through a few corners. Downspout conductor lines also happened to be outside these corners and could very well be contributing to the leaking. After finding information online about Ohio Basement Authority, the owners were eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the problem. Our inspector then recommended updating the exterior drainage system to help keep water from the gutter downspouts from leaking inside the house. One of our crews then installed new downspout conductor lines on the property. These lines were placed in the ground and directed to drain water away from the home’s foundation and out to the edge of the property. A FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line to prevent flooding from frozen or blocked lines. The homeowners are pleased this upgrade project was completed to help keep their forever home dry.
Updated Exterior Drainage Will Keep a Home Dry in Baltimore, OH

After living in his house for 20 years, a homeowner in Baltimore, OH, noticed several issues with his exterior drainage system. Some of these lines, as well as the sump pump discharge line, were broken and failing to work properly. Defective discharge lines could cause any draining water from the gutters to seep into the basement.

The owner began to research repair companies and solutions, and he contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through online resources like Home Advisor. We then updated his exterior drainage system by installing thick, reliable pipe for the downspout conductor lines and sump pump discharge line. The lines were buried underground and directed to drain at the edge of the property.

The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing the upgraded discharge lines will help keep his home dry for many more years.

Updated Waterproofing System Will Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Lithopolis, OH
After living in his house for seven years, a homeowner in Lithopolis, OH, had had enough of dealing with a leaking basement. He was eager to fix the problem for good, and he wanted to do this with Ohio Basement Authority. He saw some of our TV ads, which motivated him to contact us. One of our inspectors then visited to assess the condition of the basement. Our inspector then presented the owner with some of our reliable basement waterproofing solutions. One of our crews then installed the BasementGutter interior drainage system in the sub-floor. We used the homeowner’s existing pumps and placed them inside our SafeDri Triple liner, along with the external backup battery, per the homeowner’s request. A FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The homeowner is happy we updated his interior waterproofing system so he will now have a dry basement.
Wall Anchors Stabilize Cracking and Bowing Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH
Upon purchasing their house, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, wanted to ensure its structural stability. They noticed one of the foundation walls was cracking and bowing inward, and wanted to address these issues as soon as possible. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after researching our company, and we installed one of our permanent foundation repair solutions. A total of four Wall Anchors were installed on the west foundation wall. These heavy-duty anchors, comprised of galvanized steel earth anchors, rods and wall plates, will stabilize the wall and hold it in its current position. The anchors can also be tightened for potential wall improvement. The owners now have peace of mind knowing their forever home will be a safe and stable living environment for many more years to come. Wall Anchors Stabilize Cracking and Bowing Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH - Photo 1
Wall Anchors Stabilize Foundation Walls in Pickerington, OH
After noticing numerous horizontal and stair-step cracking, as well as inward bowing on his home's foundation walls, a homeowner in Pickerington, OH, wanted to address these signs of wall failure. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed a total of eight Wall Anchors on the problematic north, east and west foundation walls. These heavy-duty anchors will permanently stabilize the walls, as well as provide the best opportunity to straighten them. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing his house will be a safe and stable living environment for many years to come because this permanent solution was installed.
Wall Anchors, Carbon Fiber Reinforce Foundation Walls in Baltimore, OH
They have lived in their house since it was built almost 40 years ago, but it wasn’t until the last year that homeowners in Baltimore, OH, began to notice some potential structural issues. The foundation walls were showing signs of failure in the form of various cracks. Some areas of the walls also seemed to be shifting or tilting inward. The homeowners were concerned with the structural stability of the walls and worried they could eventually fail and cave in. They wanted peace of mind knowing the home would always be stable, not only for themselves but for their daughter who will inherit the house in the future. The owners were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads. One of our experienced inspectors thoroughly evaluated the problematic walls and recommended two types of our many reliable foundation repair products. Several Wall Anchors were installed on the more severely cracking and bowing foundation walls, and Carbon Fiber supports were added to protect the walls that were not as dramatically cracking. Both of these solutions permanently reinforce the walls where they are installed. The wall anchors are made of heavy-duty galvanized steel, and they offer the best opportunity to straighten the walls. The Carbon Fiber supports also prevent the other walls from cracking or bowing any further. The homeowners are pleased these trustworthy repairs were completed so the home will be a safe and stable living environment for many years to come.
Water Line Repair in Carroll, OH

After living in their house for 16 years, homeowners in Carroll, OH, recently noticed a problem with the water line serving their home. The water line that also served the nearby barn appeared to have broken and needed to promptly be repaired.

The homeowners started to research who would be able to handle this repair, and they contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning about our company through online resources like Home Advisor. After meeting with one of our inspectors, the owners were eager for one of our expert crews that specializes in water lines to repair the damaged water supply line.

After carefully excavating the ground to gain access to the line, the crew then installed a newer, thicker and more reliable pipe.

The homeowners are pleased to now have an updated and repaired water line.

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BasementGutter and SafeDri Super Sump Will Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Millersport, OH
They have lived in their house for several years, but during the last few months, homeowners in Millersport, OH, noticed a glaring problem in their basement. Water was leaking into the basement through the walls and floor. This greatly concerned the homeowners, as they plan to live in the house for many years and they wanted to maintain a safe and healthy living environment. The owners wanted to fix this problem once and for all, so they began to research how to best address it. They were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after finding information about our company on resources like Home Advisor. They met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the leaking basement. Our inspector then suggested some of our reliable basement waterproofing solutions. One of our crews then waterproofed the basement with the BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri Super sump pump. BasementGutter was placed in the sub-floor and atop the footing in order for it to accept seeping water from the walls and floor. Any seeping water intercepted by the BasementGutter system is then directed to the SafeDri Super sump pump and then pumped out of the home. The homeowners are pleased to have a trustworthy system that they know will keep their basement dry and their home healthy for a long time.
BasementGutter, SafeDri and Other Permanent Waterproofing Solutions will Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Bremen, OH
After living in their house for two years, homeowners in Bremen, OH, were tired of dealing with a leaking basement. The home is situated on a slightly sloping hill, and seeping water was collecting along one of the foundation walls due to natural runoff. The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we installed some of our reliable waterproofing products that will always keep the basement dry. These included the sub-floor BasementGutter interior drainage system that will catch any seeping water and drain it to a trustworthy sump pump. The SafeDri battery back-up system then pumps the water out of the basement and away from the home. An FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line just outside the house. The rest of the discharge line was buried underground, and a YardWell outlet was attached to the end of this line. The owners now have peace of mind knowing these permanent solutions have created a healthier living environment they will be able to enjoy for many more years to come.
BasementGutter, SafeDri and other Waterproofing Products Will Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Baltimore, OH
After dealing with a leaky, wet basement for many years, homeowners in Baltimore, OH, were ready to address this problematic area once and for all. Water would seep into the basement at the base of the foundation walls, usually during heavy rains. The sump pump also would run constantly, but it didn’t seem to alleviate any issues with water. The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we installed the perfect basement waterproofing solutions in their home. These included the sub-floor BasementGutter interior drainage system, which intercepts any seeping water and drains it to the SafeDri sump pump that was installed. The SafeDri features two pumps inside the sump liner, as well as an exterior back-up battery that allows the system to operate even in the event of a power outage. The reliable SafeDri pumps the water out of the home and away from the foundation through discharge lines that were tied into the other downspout conductor lines. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line just outside the home, and a YardWell outlet was added to conceal the end of the line on the property. The owners were pleased to have these quality products installed so their home will be a safe and dry living environment for many years to come.
Waterproofing a Leaking Basement in Baltimore, OH
A woman was eager to purchase a house in Baltimore, OH, but she noticed some problems in the basement. She wanted to have the issues of mold and water intrusion taken care of before moving in, so she discussed her options with her realtor. One of the companies the realtor recommended was Ohio Basement Authority. The interested buyer met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the basement. Our inspector then presented the woman with some of our reliable basement waterproofing solutions. One of our crews waterproofed the leaking basement with the sub-floor BasementGutter system, which intercepts seeping water, and an SafeDri sump pump that replaced the older, failing system. A FreezeGuard was placed on the exterior sump pump discharge line, which was tied into a new downspout conductor line on the property. This line was directed far enough away from the home, and the end of the line was camouflaged by a YardWell outlet. A dehumidifier also was installed in the basement to improve the air quality. The new homeowner is happy to have a safe and healthy home because of these trustworthy repairs.
Waterproofing a Leaking Basement in Pleasantville, OH
During the 25 years that she has lived in her house, a homeowner in Pleasantville, OH, has always dealt with a wet, leaking basement. She has been unable to use the basement for storage because of the excessive dampness and water seepage and damage. The homeowner was motivated to have this problem fixed once and for all. She researched how to best address the issues and contacted several companies to compare options and quotes. She was eager to learn more about how Ohio Basement Authority could help her after seeing information about our services on online resources like Home Advisor. She met with one of our inspectors and was impressed with our company and our permanent basement waterproofing solutions. One of our crews then installed some of these products that included the BasementGutter drainage system and FreezeGuards. The BasementGutter interior drainage system sits in the sub-floor to intercept any water that seeps through the walls and floor. There was no major damage to the existing sump pump system, so we installed a new Zoeller® pump inside the existing pit. FreezeGuards were attached to two of the exterior discharge lines to allow water to continue to exit the lines if they freeze or become blocked. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing these reliable solutions have helped her create a safer living environment.
Waterproofing a Leaking Basement in Sugar Grove, OH
New homeowners were excited to move into their house in Sugar Grove, OH, but they noticed some issues that first needed to be addressed. Water appeared to be leaking into the basement, leaving puddles and visible damage behind. They wanted to make sure the house always would be dry and free of flooding. They voiced their concerns to their realtor, who suggested they contact Ohio Basement Authority for assistance. The new owners then met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the home and its leaking basement. Our inspector then presented the owners with some of our reliable waterproofing solutions. One of our crews then waterproofed the basement with the BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri super sump pump. BasementGutter is placed in the sub-floor to intercept seeping water from the walls and floor. This water is then directed to the SafeDri super sump pump to be pumped out of the home. The sump features a powerful ½ hp pump that can pump more than 2,000 gallons of water per hour out of the basement. The owners now have peace of mind knowing their home will be a safe and dry living environment because of these trustworthy repairs.
Waterproofing and Encapsulating a Nasty Crawl Space in Sugar Grove, OH
Not long after moving into their house, homeowners in Sugar Grove, OH, discovered there was a nasty crawl space under the house. Along with a failing floor liner and lack of insulation, the crawl space had a lot of standing water. The owners recently spent several house trying to pump flooding water out of the crawl space. The furnace is in the crawl space, and they knew it could be ruined if more water flooded the crawl space. They also were concerned with other damage from mold and rot. They wanted to address these problems as soon as possible before any serious damage occurred. They learned more about Ohio Basement Authority from a trusted friend who was happy with the waterproofing project we previously completed for her. The homeowners new they could count on us for reliable permanent solutions. After meeting with one of our inspectors, the homeowners were eager for one of our crews to transform the nasty crawl space. We waterproofed the crawl space by installing the CrawlDrain drainage system and an SafeDri sump pump. If any water seeps inside the crawl space, it will be intercepted by the CrawlDrain system and directed to the SafeDri. The SafeDri, which features an external backup battery, then pumps the water out of the crawl space and away from the home’s foundation. We then encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This thick and durable liner completely isolates the crawl space from the earth. It also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and it helps insulate the crawl space. A FreezeGuard was attached to the external sump pump discharge line, and a dehumidifier also was installed in the crawl space. The compact, yet energy-efficient dehumidifier cleans and filters the air, controls moisture and humidity, and eliminates odor and the potential for mold growth. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these reliable solutions will keep their crawl space dry and healthy, which means their home also will be a healthier living environment.
Waterproofing and Foundation Repair Installations Keep a Basement in Lancaster, OH, Dry and Stable
Homeowners in Lancaster, OH, have noticed a crack in one of their foundation walls was getting worse over time. They were concerned with the home's structural integrity, as well as water intrusion. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, hoping to find a permanent solution. We installed several waterproofing products to keep the basement dry, including the BasementGutter drainage system, a SafeDri super sump pump, downspout lines and a FreezeGuard. Carbon Fiber, one of our many foundation repair products, was also installed on the problematic foundation walls to stabilize them and prevent further cracking and inward bowing. The homeowners are happy these products were installed so their home will stay dry and structurally sound for many years to come.
Waterproofing and Stabilizing a Basement in Lithopolis, OH
While they have lived in their house for almost 30 years, it wasn’t until the last few years that homeowners in Lithopolis, OH, started to notice a problem in their basement. Water seemed to seep inside the basement’s foundation walls during heavy rains and leave puddles and visible damage behind. One of the foundation walls also was starting to crack and slightly tilt inward. Fixing these problems has been on the homeowners’ to-do list for a few years, but they were finally motivated to address these issues once and for all. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about us through the Better Business Bureau, and then met with one of our expert inspectors. Once he thoroughly evaluated the basement, our inspector then presented the homeowners with some of our reliable basement waterproofing and foundation repair solutions. The homeowners were eager for one of our crews to transform their basement with these products. They included the BasementGutter and grated drainage systems and SafeDri Triple sump pump. The BasementGutter and grated drainage systems catch any seeping water and direct it to the SafeDri Triple to be pumped out of the basement and away from the home’s foundation. The SafeDri Triple features three powerful pumps inside the liner and an external backup battery that ensures the system’s continued operation even during power outages. Additional waterproofing installations included a dehumidifier to clean and filter the air, control moisture and humidity, and eliminate odors and the potential for mold growth. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line, and this line was tied into a new downspout conductor line that was installed on the property. A YardWell outlet was used to camouflage the end of this line in the yard. We also stabilized the failing foundation wall with several Carbon Fiber straps. These durable supports permanently reinforce the wall where they were installed, and they help prevent any further cracking or bowing. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these trustworthy repair solutions have helped them create a safe and healthy longtime home.
Waterproofing and Stabilizing a Church Basement in Stoutsville, OH
The basement of a more than 100-year-old church is used for storage and hosting various activities and gatherings. During the last couple months, parishioners have noticed the basement was leaking. Water seemed to seep inside during heavy rains, resulting in puddles and overwhelming the sump pump system. They temporarily taped off these areas, but knew they needed to address this problem, as well as a cracking foundation wall, as soon as possible. Two longtime church members were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority for assistance after seeing our TV ads. They met with one of our inspectors who thoroughly evaluated the basement. He then presented them with several permanent solutions that they discussed with the church board. They agreed to have one of our expert crews structurally stabilize the problematic foundation wall and waterproof the basement. The crew installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products on the cracking, tilting foundation wall. Several Carbon Fiber supports were placed on the wall to reinforce it and prevent any further cracking or bowing. The crew also installed the BasementGutter and grated drainage systems, which intercept any seeping water and direct this water to a reliable sump pump. We installed the SafeDri Battery Backup System to always keep the basement dry. The parishioners are happy to now have a safer and healthier environment because of these trustworthy solutions.
Waterproofing and Stabilizing a Problematic Basement in Lancaster, OH
After recently purchasing a house, a homeowner in Lancaster, OH, noticed some problems in the basement. There was evidence of water intrusion, as well as some cracking along the foundation walls. He knew he could count on Ohio Basement Authority for the right repairs, as he previously chose to work with our company on a sewer line repair project. The owner again met with one of our inspectors, who evaluated the condition of the basement. Our inspector then suggested some of our reliable basement waterproofing and foundation repairs. One of our crews then waterproofed the basement with the BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri sump pump, as well as exterior drainage lines and a FreezeGuard attachment. Any seeping water from the walls and floor will be intercepted by the sub-floor BasementGutter system and directed to drain into the SafeDri sump pump. The SafeDri then pumps this water out of the basement and away from the home. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior discharge line, and this line was tied into a new downspout conductor line that was directed to the curb in front of the home. The cracking, tilting foundation walls were permanently stabilized by several IntelliBrace beams. These heavy-duty beams not only reinforce the walls, but they also offer the best opportunity to straighten the walls. The large bolt at the top of each beam can be tightened during dry seasons for potential wall improvement. The owner is pleased the home will now be safe, stable and dry because of these trustworthy repairs.
Waterproofing Solutions Like BasementGutter and SafeDri Keep a Basement Dry in Pickerington, OH
A homeowner in Pickerington, OH, has lived in his house since it was built eight years ago. He has noticed water leaking in a corner of the basement, and he wanted to address this issue before it got worse. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and one of our expert crews installed several basement waterproofing products. These included the BasementGutter drainage system, a SafeDri sump pump, a dehumidifier, new downspout conductor lines, and a FreezeGuard. The homeowner was excited to have these permanent solutions installed so his basement will remain dry for many years to come.
Waterproofing with SafeDri Pro and New Downspout Lines in Pickerington, OH
After living in their house in Pickerington, OH, for a few years, homeowners were becoming concerned with their outdated waterproofing system. The sump pump in their crawl space was not working properly to keep water out of the home, and the downspout lines were also outdated. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and one of our expert crews installed a SafeDri sump pump in the crawl space. New downspout lines were also installed to direct any water away from the home. The homeowners are pleased to have an updated waterproofing system that will help keep their house dry.
Ensuring a Newly Built Home's Safety with a Radon Mitigation System in Lancaster, OH
Homeowners were in the process of having a house built in Lancaster, OH, and they wanted to be proactive about ensuring the health and safety of the dwelling. They wanted to have a radon mitigation system installed during the build. Radon mitigation systems are necessary to lower homes’ radon levels as much as possible. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil, and it can be found in homes across the globe. This gas cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, but it is very dangerous. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, and it has been linked to more than 20,000 yearly deaths. After finding information online about Ohio Basement Authority, the owners were eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors, and he reviewed our company’s mitigation procedures with them as well as helped them draw up plans for the mitigation system installation. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in the home that is starting to take shape. The owners are pleased this trustworthy repair was completed as they create a safe and healthy home.
Mitigating Elevated Radon Levels in Lancaster, OH
Before selling a home, it is important to address any potential health hazards and make the necessary repairs. Homeowners in Lancaster, OH, wanted to take the proper steps of ensuring their home’s safety and resale value. This includes addressing radon in the home. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil. It is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and extremely dangerous. Second to smoking, exposure to radon gas is a leading cause of lung cancer. It also has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths every year. After learning about radon and companies that can help address this silent killer, the homeowners were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority for assistance. We tested the home for radon, and the results indicated the average level was 8.5 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is twice as high as the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating radon, which is 4 pCi/L. We then installed a radon mitigation system by creating a suction point in the basement’s concrete slab floor to draw radon from the home. PVC pipe was connected to this hole, directed to the home’s exterior, and connected to a ventilation fan. Additional pipe was directed from the fan past the home’s roof to safely expel radon from the home. A domed and sealed lid also was placed on the sump pump to prevent radon from entering the home. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this reliable system has helped create a safer and healthier living environment for future owners.
Mitigating Elevated Radon Levels in Pickerington, OH
After living in their house for seven years, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, began to wonder about the health of their home. Having a safe and healthy living environment is very important to them because they plan to live in the house long-term. The homeowners were particularly concerned with the levels of radon in their house. Produced by uranium decay in rocks and soil, radon is a naturally occurring gas that is present across the country. It is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and extremely hazardous. Radon is particularly dangerous for smokers and former smokers, and it is a leading cause of lung cancer. It also has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths each year. Radon is measured in picocuries per liter (pCi/L). Even 1 pCi/L is equivalent to 2.5 cigarettes per day. Radon mitigation systems are strongly recommended to be installed in homes with radon levels above 4 pCi/L. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through online resources like Home Advisor. We tested their home for radon, and the results indicated the levels were 45 pCi/L, or 11 times higher than the level at which a mitigation system is needed. We then installed a radon mitigation system to safely and effectively pull radon from out of the house. The owners now have peace of mind knowing this reliable repair solution has helped them create a healthier home they will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
Mitigating Radon in a Home for Sale in Pickerington, OH

Before selling her house, a homeowner in Pickerington, OH, knew she needed to complete various repair projects around the house. This included addressing possible radon in the home.

Radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas, is produced by uranium decay in rocks and soil. This colorless, odorless and tasteless gas can be found in homes across the country and globe. Radon is a leading cause of lung cancer and is has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths.

This greatly concerned the homeowner and she wanted to make sure the house would be a safe living environment. After learning about Ohio Basement Authority, the owner was eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help her. She met with one of our inspectors who explained our company’s mitigation procedures.

One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system to lower the home’s radon level as much as possible. This involved creating a suction point to draw radon from the house by drilling a hole into the basement floor. Ventilation pipes were connected to this hole and directed to the home’s exterior. There, the pipes connected to a fan mounted to the side of the house, which is a crucial part of properly ventilating radon out of the home. Additional ventilation pipes attached to the top of the fan and were directed past the home’s roof for safe and effective radon expulsion. A domed and sealed lid also was placed on the sump pump in the basement to prevent radon intrusion from that location.

The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing this trustworthy repair has helped her create a safe and healthy home for the next owners.

Radon Mitigation in Baltimore, OH
They have lived in their house since it was built 25 years ago, but homeowners in Baltimore, OH recently began to question exactly how healthy and safe the home was. They wondered if radon was present and having an effect on their living environment. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is produced by uranium decay in rocks and soil. This gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless, making it difficult to detect without the proper testing. Radon is also hazardous. It is a leading cause of lung cancer, and exposure to this gas has been linked to more than 20,000 yearly deaths. All of these factors greatly concerned the homeowners, so they wanted to have their home tested. They were motivated to seek assistance from Ohio Basement Authority after seeing our booth at a local home show. One of our inspectors ran a radon test, and the homeowners were surprised to learn their home’s levels were 8 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is two times higher than the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating radon, which is 4 pCi/L. Our inspector then reviewed the test results with them, as well as our company’s mitigation process. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in their home to help lower the radon level as much as possible. A suction point to draw radon from the home was created by drilling a hole into the basement’s concrete floor. Ventilation pipes were then attached to the hole and directed to the home’s exterior. The pipes then connected to a fan unit, and additional ventilation pipes were directed up the side of the house to extend past the home’s roof for safe radon expulsion. Domed and sealed lids were also placed on the sump pump systems to prevent radon intrusion through those locations. The homeowners are pleased these reliable repairs were completed to help them create a safer and healthier forever home.
Radon Mitigation in Carroll, OH
Since moving into their house three years ago, homeowners in Carroll, OH, have been concerned with the health and safety of their home. They wondered about the presence of radon and its effect on their living environment. Radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas produced by uranium decay in soil and rocks, is very dangerous. Exposure to this gas has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths, and it is a leading cause of lung cancer. Radon cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, making it difficult to detect without the proper testing. All of these factors greatly concerned the homeowners, especially considering their grandchildren’s frequent visits. The owners wanted to ensure the home’s health and safety, so they began to research how to address the issue. They came across Ohio Basement Authority’s website, and they were eager to contact us for further assistance. They met with one of our inspectors who helped them test their home for radon, and he then discussed the test results with them. The owners were surprised to learn their home’s radon level was 11 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is almost three times higher than the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating radon, which is 4 pCi/L. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in their home to lower the radon level as much as possible. This was done by drilling a hole into the basement floor to create a suction point for drawing radon out of the house. Ventilation pipes were then attached to this hole and directed through the attic. A fan was mounted to the pipe within the attic to ventilate the radon gas up through more pipe that extended through the roof. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing they have taken a major step in creating a safe and healthy home with this repair project.
Radon Mitigation in Lancaster, OH
Before selling his house, a homeowner in Lancaster, OH, knew various repairs needed to be completed. This included addressing the level of radon in the home. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is present throughout the country. It is produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil, and it is a major health hazard. Exposure to radon gas has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths every year, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Radon is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, making it virtually impossible to detect without the proper testing. After learning more about Ohio Basement Authority through our website, the homeowner contacted us to test his home for radon. The results indicated the home’s radon level was 4.7 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). This is just slightly higher than the level at which radon mitigation systems are recommended for homes, which is 4 pCi/L. The homeowner wanted to make every effort to create a safer and healthier home for the next owners, and he was eager for us to install a radon mitigation system. This involved creating suction points to pull radon from the home. Two holes were drilled into the basement’s concrete slab floor, and another suction point was created in the crawl space. PVC pipes were connected to these holes and directed to the home’s exterior. These pipes also were connected to a fan to help ventilate the radon gas out of the home. We also placed domed and sealed lids on the sump pump systems and encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner to prevent radon from entering the home through these locations. The homeowner was pleased these reliable repairs were installed to enhance the home’s safety and resale value.
Radon Mitigation in Pleasantville, OH
They have lived in their house since it was built four years ago, but it wasn’t until recently that homeowners in Pleasantville, OH, began to question the health of their home. One of their neighbors recently passed away because of complications from lung cancer. The homeowners began to wonder if radon was a contributing factor. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil. It is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas, and it is difficult to detect without the proper testing. Radon also is a significant health hazard. It is a leading cause of lung cancer, and exposure to this gas has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths. The owners began to test their home for radon, and they were shocked and alarmed to find out the home’s levels ranged from 168 to 600 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is significantly higher than the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating radon, which is 4 pCi/L. The owners began to research how to best address this issue, but they didn’t have to look too far. One of their relatives works for Ohio Basement Authority, and they knew they could count on us to help with creating a safer home. The owners met with one of our inspectors who is well-versed in radon and the mitigation process, and he reviewed our repair methods with the owners. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in the home. This involved drilling a hole into the basement floor to create a suction point to draw radon out of the home. The radon gas is vented through PVC pipes connected to this hole, and a fan is mounted to the home’s exterior for proper ventilation. A domed and sealed lid also was placed on the sump pump system to prevent radon intrusion through the pit. The homeowners were pleased this reliable repair solution was installed so their house will be a safer and healthier living environment for many years to come.
Radon Mitigation in Rushville, OH
Homeowners in Rushville, OH, became concerned when they performed an at-home radon test and had higher levels than desired — 7.1 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). They have heard about the dangers of radon, so they called Ohio Basement Authority for help. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas which is created when uranium reaches its half-life and decays. If present in the soil under a home, it will get sucked in through the basement and crawl space and plague the air inside. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer next to smoking cigarettes. One of our certified inspectors visited the home to do another test, and the the levels were, in fact, over the EPA's action level of 4 pCi/L. He explained how a radon mitigation system would work, and the homeowners agreed to have it installed. The system involves creating a suction point in the basement with a pipe that directs the gas outside and releases it through an exhaust fan. In this case, they used the sump pump with an airtight dome lid. The homeowners are happy that the system will continue to dramatically decrease the radon levels in their home for years to come.
Radon Mitigation System Helps Control High Radon Levels in a Pickerington, OH, Home
After living in their house for almost 10 years, homeowners in Pickerington, OH, were growing concerned with the level of radon in their home. While radon is a naturally occurring gas that is common in every state, including Ohio, it is deadly. The colorless, odorless gas is produced by uranium decay in rocks and soil. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer, and it results in more than 20,000 deaths each year. The owners had two radon tests done. The first reading was 35.2 pCi/L (picocuries per liter), and the second one two months later was 13.5 pCi/L. A radon mitigation system is needed at 4 pCi/L, so having readings well above this level worried the homeowners. They wanted to take the proper steps to get these levels as low as possible so they would have a healthy home. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed a radon mitigation system in their home. This involved creating a suction point by drilling a hole in the garage slab floor. PVC pipe was connected to this hole and directed through the attic above the garage. A fan was mounted to the pipe within the attic to ventilate the radon gas up through more pipe that extended through the roof. The owners now have peace of mind knowing they have taken a major step in creating a healthier living environment.
Radon Mitigation System Helps Create a Healthier Environment for a New Homeowner in Bremen, OH
While searching for the perfect house, an aspiring homeowner fell in love with a charming cabin in Bremen, OH. Before purchasing the house, she wanted to make sure it would be a safe and healthy living environment. She wanted to address potential dangers like radon. Radon is a colorless and odorless gas that is the product of uranium decay in rocks and soil. It is naturally occurring and can be found across the country. It does, however, pose significant health risks. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, and it has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths every year. It also is extremely hazardous to smokers and former smokers. The owner contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our radon remediation services through a trusted contractor. We tested the house for radon, and the results came back at levels of 8.3 pCi/L (picocuries per liter).  This is almost double the level at which radon mitigation systems are strongly recommended for homes, which is 4 pCi/L. We then installed a radon mitigation system in the home to safely pull the radon from the home and ventilate it outside. The new homeowner was pleased to have this reliable system installed in the house so it will be a safer and healthier place to live.
Radon Mitigation System Helps Create a Healthier Home for Future Homeowners in Pickerington, OH
Selling a home is a big undertaking, which is why a homeowner in Pickerington, OH, wanted to make sure her house was completely safe and healthy before putting it on the market. She was curious about the home’s radon levels, and how they affected the health and resale value of the home. Radon is a naturally occurring colorless, odorless and tasteless gas. It is a product of uranium decay in rocks and soil, and it is present across the country. Radon also is a deadly gas that has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths every year, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer. The homeowner contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we tested her home for radon. The results indicated levels averaging 9.9 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). This is more than double the level at which radon mitigation systems are strongly recommended for homes, which is 4 pCi/L. She wanted to make every effort to have a healthier home with lower radon levels, so we installed a radon mitigation system in her basement to safely pull radon out of the house. A domed and sealed lid was also placed on the existing sump pump system to prevent radon from entering the home. The homeowner was pleased this reliable system was installed so the house will be a healthier living environment for the next owners.
Radon Mitigation System Helps Restore Resale Value and Create a Healthier Home in Lancaster, OH
As he prepared to put his house on the market, a homeowner in Lancaster, OH, wanted to ensure its resale value and health by addressing the home’s radon levels. Radon is a colorless and odorless gas that is produced from uranium decay in rocks and soil. This naturally occurring gas is present across the country, and it is extremely hazardous. Exposure to radon is linked to more than 20,000 deaths every year, and it is just as cancer-causing as smoking. After testing the owner’s home, the results indicated the radon levels were 6 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). This is slightly higher than the level at which radon mitigation systems are recommended for homes, which is 4 pCi/L. We installed a radon mitigation system in the owner’s home to safely pull radon from the home and ventilate it outside. We also replaced the sump pump’s lid with a domed and sealed lid to prevent radon from entering the home through the sump pump system. The homeowner is excited to have this reliable system in the house to create a healthier living environment for the next owners.
Work Requests From Fairfield, OH
in in Pleasantville
We have foundation/settling issues and cracked slab flooring to be assessed.
in in Stoutsville
Damp smelly crawl space infecting whole house with it's awful smell.
in Brown St in Stoutsville
Have a bowed basement wall and whenever we have heavy rains the basement floods. Need to fix it, want to be able to use the space and possible finish it down the road.
in Edge Ave. in Stoutsville
My crawl space needs sealed
in Heather Drive in Frankfort
Looking into waterproofing our basement. Of note, it was finished when we purchased it.
in Hummell Rd in CarroCarroll
Water leaks into our basement around our main waste pipe when we have very have rain.
in Indian Run Rd NE in Pleasantville
in Marburger Rd in Stoutsville
Need estimates on sealing craw space seal and foam insulation in my module home approx 1600 sq ft
in Old Tarlton Pike in Stoutsville
Damp Basement and Musty oder
in Winchester Southern Road in Stoutsville
I have water in my crawlspace from this weekend's heavy rain. Do you service Stoutsville?
Serving the following Fairfield, OH zip codes
Lancaster 43130, Pickerington 43147, Baltimore 43105, Bremen 43107, Lithopolis 43136, Millersport 43046, Pleasantville 43148, Amanda 43102, Thurston 43157, Stoutsville 43154, Carroll 43112, Sugar Grove 43155, Rushville 43150
Fairfield, OH Customer Testimonial
Necole S.
Lancaster, OH

The inspector I met with was fantastic, patient and informative. I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the 100% guarantee, and I could not find any negative reviews. The installation crew arrived on time, was courteous, and did a wonderful job with the clean-up!

Fairfield, OH Customer Testimonial
Julia R.
Lancaster, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of a recommendation by a friend who had foundation work done by your company.

I met with Corey. You are very fortunate to have such a knowledgeable and courteous representative. He explained the process, equipment, and uniqueness of the basement water control system with admirable clarity and patience for any questions I had.

The installation crew was extraordinarily courteous and thoughtful. They worked so smoothly together, and it was impressive to observe. Jose, the foreman, went over the project very carefully with me so as to make sure we were both on the same page and I knew exactly what the sequence of work would be. Ohio Basement Authority can take great pride in the performance of this installation crew. Wow! They are good, good, good.

I'm impressed by the staff of Ohio Basement Authority, the quality of their work, and my interaction with Corey and Jose and his crew. If only other companies could match your product and staff.

Fairfield, OH Customer Testimonial
Gabrielle K.
Lancaster, OH

I called two local companies and they did not return my call. Then I called Ohio Basement Authority. Not only did Jacob come over to the house with my first concern, he and Jeff came over the next day when I discovered my crumbling wall.

I was told to have the hot water heater moved prior to the installation. The crew leader hooked it back up for me as a courtesy. He felt that I should not be without hot water. The crew also placed plastic on my floor to avoid tracking dust. One crew member also swept the floor after installation. Not one speck of dirt was on the floor.

I have spoken highly of my experience to my co-workers and family. 

Fairfield, OH Customer Testimonial
Cecile E.
Lancaster, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the literature and the presentation of your inspector. The presentation was very well done, and the literature was great. It gave me an understanding of some information I did not know before. Very professional!

The office staff also was very helpful and courteous. They acted like they enjoyed their jobs, unlike a lot of others I’ve had experience with.

The crew was very courteous and helpful. They had very good manners and knew how to work. They worked well as a team.

Fairfield, OH Customer Testimonial
Teresa E.
Lancaster, OH

Ohio Basement Authority has a great staff, and the inspector I met with did a good job. I chose to work with the company because of its rating on the Internet and the price fell within my guidelines.

The crew also was very courteous and professional. What more could you ask for?

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Don E.
Lancaster, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of Joe who did the inspection, and because of the reviews on Angie’s List.

I felt at ease with Joe and didn’t feel like I was pressured to buy. I had many questions even after he left, and he always answered them all.

Fairfield, OH Customer Testimonial
Linda A.
Lancaster, OH

I chose to work with the company because of John, the inspector I met with, and because of his complete understanding of our problems. He was courteous, thorough, and very professional. He explained everything completely at my level so I could understand.

The crew also was extremely courteous and very professional. I received a confirmation phone call with the expected time of their arrival the day of service. They even cleaned the basement sliding door window. They swept the driveway of all debris, and I have a long driveway. As I told the crew who did the new drainage tile, the basement crew led by Manuel, set an extremely high bar. And yes, they also hit the same high standard.

I will definitely recommend your services to all my friends. All team members worked very hard every minute and did amazing work. This job was not easy.

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Al N.
Lancaster, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because they were installing the radon mitigation system in a better way, and they were willing to lower the cost to match another company. They did a great job, were very helpful, and explained things well.

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Ted N.
Lancaster, OH

The inspector I met with, as well as his presentation, was wonderful. That’s why I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority, because of the inspector and his explanation of your services.

Great staff. We highly recommend this company!

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Lori and Terry B.
Lancaster, OH

Ohio Basement Authority seemed very reputable, and we thought the price was below what we originally thought it would be. You also pursued us for a year before we made a decision to have you come out. The inspector we met with was very personable and understandable.

The foreman and his boys worked very hard. They did a great job and we are happy with the results. We are looking forward to a dry basement!

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Rick L.
Carroll, OH

WATCH: Rick had extremely high radon levels in his home and trusted in Ohio Basement Authority to help him mitigate the problem.

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Anthony S.
Pickerington, OH

I’ve seen Ohio Basement Authority’s TV ads, and the price and the company’s reputation were the biggest factors in my choosing to work with them.

Danny listened to me when I explained the problem and provided a thorough solution.

The crew arrived when they said they would. Milton was easy to work with and pays attention to details. I was surprised how carefully they put my yard back in order. They did an excellent job and worked very efficiently.

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Scott C.
Pickerington, OH

I heard about Ohio Basement Authority on TV ads and Angie’s List reviews. I chose to work with the company because of its excellent reputation, and my confidence your company could do the work properly.

The office staff was very courteous and helpful, and the representative I first met with was professional, knowledgeable, and not high-pressure. The installation crew arrived on time each day, and they were all very courteous. They explained what they were doing, answered my questions, and their clean-up was much better than I expected.

I am very satisfied I chose your company to repair my home. I will recommend you to anyone I know who needs foundation repair.

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Donald W.
Pickerington, OH

The representative did a nice job presenting the options for repair. 

Working with your company was a good experience. I would recommend your services when the opportunity arises.

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David and Ellen B.
Pickerington, OH

Our inspector was very professional and helpful, and he didn't pressure us for an immediate decision. Great visit! We chose to work with your company because of the reasonable attention to our problem, and the ability to finance our work.

The installation crew actually finished a half-day early! They were in and out very quickly and professionally. Mike was attentive and professional Great crew!

This was a great experience for us!

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Kevin E.
Pickerington, OH

I selected Ohio Basement Authority for my structural repairs because of the company’s five star rating on the Internet, positive comments, and a clean record with the BBB.

The inspector I met with was professional and made an effort to understand and fix only the problems that needed fixing. He also followed my engineer’s report recommendations to solve the foundation issues.

The crew was polite, explained what they were doing, and took the time to make sure my expectations were being met. They also cleaned up after themselves as the project advanced, and then at the end of the project.

The whole project was handled efficiently and effectively, and I would highly recommend Ohio Basement Authority for basement repairs.

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Mark M.
Pickerington, OH
The office staff was very helpful, and the inspector did a good job.
 
I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because they offered a better price and more professionalism.
 
The installation crew was great. They all worked hard and were very courteous.
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Roger S.
Pickerington, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the company’s BBB rating and online reviews.

The company representative I first met with was excellent, and the installation crew was fantastic! They were on time, did a great job, and kept me up to date on every step of the process. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would give them an 11!

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Bob S.
Pickerington, OH

I’ve seen Ohio Basement Authority on TV, and I chose to work with the company because of its reviews on the web and the recommendation from our realtor.

The inspector I met with was excellent at explaining things, which builds trust.

The installation crew was courteous, and their cleanup was satisfactory. They even put down plastic over the upstairs floor and rug to protect it. 

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Jeff M.
Pickerington, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the company’s reputation, BBB rating, online reviews, overall presentation by the salesman, and price.

Brendan Kent was very professional and knowledgeable. He answered all of my questions and was always available by cell phone, including when I had some follow-up questions after the work was scheduled or actually being done.

Martin, Alex and Angel were my installation crew. Martin called ahead of the arrival, stating they would be there within 30 minutes, and they were.

All three crew members were very courteous. I had the most interaction with Martin since he was the foreman. Martin took the time to explain the process and answered all questions I had.

The crew installed plastic runners on all access areas to the basement, and they enclosed the areas of the basement in plastic where they were breaking up concrete. They cleaned up all debris and swept the basement floor. No complaints at all with respect to clean-up.

Overall, I was very satisfied with my experience with OBA, including the timeliness of the install, the quality of the work, and all of the OBA employees I had contact with – from the office staff to the sales man, to the install crew. I will absolutely recommend OBA.

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Milton and Hea L.
Pickerington, OH

All of the people we came in contact with at Ohio Basement Authority were very courteous. We thought Matthew was thorough in his presentation and explaining our options. The crew was on time, and was very courteous. They took time to explain exactly what they were doing.

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Robert W.
Pickerington, OH

The inspector I met with was very good. He performed a thorough inspection, and he made sure he understood exactly what I wanted.

The installation crew was very friendly. They actually called a day early, arrived in 30 minutes, and completed the job in a few hours.

Overall, I was pleased with the whole process from the beginning. I thought all of your representatives were exceptional. The project price was right on with what I had budgeted.

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Anthony M.
Pickerington, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the price and their common courtesy. I loved the inspector I met with. He knows his product, and he delivered.

They were great. I'll be sending more clients your way!

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Richard
Carroll, OH 43112
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4.4
Mary
Lancaster, OH 43130
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5.0
Michele
Carroll, OH 43112
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5.0
Cecile
Lancaster, OH 43130
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5.0
Laura
Carroll, OH 43112
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5.0
Randy
Carroll, OH 43112
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5.0
Duane
Carroll, OH 43112
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4.4
Megan
Carroll, OH 43112
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5.0
Lori
Lancaster, OH 43130
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5.0
Rick
Carroll, OH 43112
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5.0
Carol
Rushville, OH 43150
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5.0
Rick
Pickerington, OH 43147
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Booker
Pickerington, OH 43147
in Pleasantville
We have foundation/settling issues and cracked slab flooring to be assessed.
in Stoutsville
Damp smelly crawl space infecting whole house with it's awful smell.
Brown St
in Stoutsville
Have a bowed basement wall and whenever we have heavy rains the basement floods. Need to fix it, want to be able to use the space and possible finish it down the road.
Edge Ave.
in Stoutsville
My crawl space needs sealed
Heather Drive
in Frankfort
Looking into waterproofing our basement. Of note, it was finished when we purchased it.
Hummell Rd
in CarroCarroll
Water leaks into our basement around our main waste pipe when we have very have rain.
Indian Run Rd NE
in Pleasantville
Marburger Rd
in Stoutsville
Need estimates on sealing craw space seal and foam insulation in my module home approx 1600 sq ft
Old Tarlton Pike
in Stoutsville
Damp Basement and Musty oder
Winchester Southern Road
in Stoutsville
I have water in my crawlspace from this weekend's heavy rain. Do you service Stoutsville?

our service area

We serve the following areas

  • Ava
  • Barlow
  • Bartlett
  • Belle Valley
  • Belpre
  • Beverly
  • Buffalo
  • Byesville
  • Caldwell
  • Cambridge
  • Coal Run
  • Coolville
  • Cumberland
  • Cutler
  • Derwent
  • Dexter City
  • Fairview
  • Fleming
  • Graysville
  • Hockingport
  • Kimbolton
  • Kipling
  • Little Hocking
  • Long Bottom
  • Lore City
  • Lowell
  • Lower Salem
  • Macksburg
  • Marietta
  • Mcconnelsville
  • New Concord
  • New Matamoras
  • Newport
  • Old Washington
  • Pleasant City
  • Portland
  • Quaker City
  • Reedsville
  • Reno
  • Salesville
  • Sarahsville
  • Senecaville
  • Stockport
  • Summerfield
  • Tuppers Plains
  • Vincent
  • Waterford
  • Watertown
  • Whipple
  • Wingett Run
Our Locations:

Ohio Basement Authority
911 Stelzer Road
Columbus, OH 43219
1-614-254-6006
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