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Push Pier Underpinning for Settlement, Foundation Leveling, Sinking Foundation Repair
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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]
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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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I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the company’s reputation with the Better Business Bureau. Dave and his crew were very polite and knowledgeable, and they completed the
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I’ve seen Ohio Basement Authority’s commercials and heard about the company through word of mouth, and I chose to work with you because of your courtesy and cost. Travis was professional
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Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Encapsulation in Licking 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 Licking 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

Licking County Structural & Foundation Repair

Foundation problems destroy your Licking 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 Licking 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 Licking, OH
Crawl Space Encapsulation & Repair in Buckeye Lake, OH
A man recently purchased a home in Buckeye Lake, OH, and began to have concerns about the crawl space and basement. There seemed to be dampness and structural issues. After...
Job Stories From Licking, OH
Foundation Stabilization and Radon Mitigation for New Homeowners in Granville, OH
Longtime homeowners in Granville, OH, were preparing to sell their house, but they knew it needed some attention. One corner of the attached garage appeared to be settling. After finding information about Ohio Basement Authority online, the owners 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 garage walls. Our inspector then recommended the perfect foundation repair solution. While the owners mulled over the repair project, interested buyers then took possession of the house. The new owners wanted to meet with our inspector to go over the repairs, and they also expressed interest in addressing any radon in the home. Two of our crews then completed the repairs for the new homeowners. One crew installed four Helical Piers underneath the settling foundation walls. These durable galvanized steel piers were driven down to competent soil and attached to heavy-duty foundation brackets on the home’s footing. These piers permanently stabilize the foundation, help prevent further settlement, and offer the best opportunity to lift the settling section back to level. Another crew installed a radon mitigation system to draw radon from the house and lower the home’s radon levels as much as possible. The new homeowners are pleased to have a safe, stable, and healthy living environment because of these trustworthy repairs.
Foundation Stabilization with Carbon Fiber Supports in Pataskala, OH
During the 18 years they have lived in their house, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, began to notice a problematic wall in their basement was cracking and tilting inward. Concerned with these signs of foundation wall failure, the owners wanted to fix the problems once and for all. After finding information about Ohio Basement Authority online, the owners were motivated to contact us for further guidance. After meeting with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the problematic wall, the owners were then eager to move forward with a foundation repair project with us. One of our crews then installed several Carbon Fiber supports on the wall. These heavy-duty supports firmly adhere to the wall to reinforce it and stabilize it in its current position. These supports also protect the wall from any future cracking or bowing. Another one of our crews also helped improve the health of the home by installing a radon mitigation system to help get the home’s radon levels as low as possible. The homeowners are pleased these repair projects were completed to enhance the safety and health of their living environment.
Multiple Repair Projects Improve the Safety, Health of a Home in Johnstown, OH
After living in their house for one year, homeowners in Johnstown, OH, were motivated to tackle some projects to improve the health and safety of their living environment. The owners knew they could count on Ohio Basement Authority for the perfect solutions because the previous owner recommended us. The owners then met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of their basement. He pointed out areas of water intrusion, cracking walls, evidence of settlement, and an unsightly, unhealthy crawl space. The owners also expressed their interest in a radon mitigation system. After discussing their goals with repair projects, our inspector then presented the owners with some of our reliable basement waterproofing, foundation repair, crawl space repair and radon mitigation solutions. Two of our crews then transformed the home with these solutions. One crew that specializes in radon mitigation installed a radon mitigation system to draw radon from the house and lower the home’s levels as much as possible. The other crew then stabilized the settling sections with Push Piers and reinforced the less severely cracking walls with Carbon Fiber supports. The basement was waterproofed with the BasementGutter interior drainage system, and the crawl space was encapsulated in CrawlSeal. All of these solutions work together to ensure the home’s safety, stability and health, and the owners now have peace of mind knowing their living environment is protected.
Radon Mitigation and Crawl Space Encapsulation in Hebron, OH
Not long after moving into their house, homeowners in Hebron, OH, started to wonder just how healthy their home really was. They wondered if radon was present and if it was affecting their living environment. Radon is a naturally occurring gas produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil. This radioactive gas cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, and it is quite hazardous. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, and exposure to this gas has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths each year. All of these factors greatly concerned the homeowners, and they wanted to make every effort to ensure their home’s health and safety. After finding information about Ohio Basement Authority online, the owners were eager to contact us for further assistance. They met with one of our inspectors who reviewed our company’s mitigation procedure with them. Our inspector also recommended addressing an unhealthy looking crawl space adjacent to the basement area. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in the home. This involved creating a suction point to draw radon from the house. This was done by drilling a hole in the basement floor and attaching ventilation pipes to the hole. These pipes were directed to the home’s exterior to connect to a ventilation fan and additional ventilation pipes that extend past the home’s roof for safe radon ventilation. The crawl space was encapsulated in thick and durable CrawlSeal liner. This liner completely seals the crawl space from the earth, serves as a moisture and vapor barrier, helps insulate the crawl space, and also acts as a passive radon mitigation system that prevents radon intrusion. A suction point for the mitigation system also was created in the crawl space, and a domed and sealed lid was placed on the sump pump system, also to prevent radon intrusion. The homeowners can rest easier knowing these trustworthy repairs have helped them create a safer and healthier living environment.
A Failing Foundation Wall in Newark, OH, is Permanently Stabilized by Wall Anchors and IntelliBrace Beams
Siblings in Newark, OH, knew one of the foundation walls in their mother’s house had been in bad shape for many years, and they wanted to address its structural stability once and for all. The wall was slightly bowing inward, but the numerous horizontal and stair step cracking patterns were even more concerning. Even though these are common issues, they can become dangerous and costly if they are neglected too long. After researching various repair companies online, the pair contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company and services through resources like Home Advisor. We permanently stabilized the problematic foundation wall by installing two of our many reliable foundation repair products. Two Wall Anchors and two IntelliBrace beams were installed on the failing wall. The homeowner and her children now have peace of mind knowing the home will be a safe and stable living environment for many more years to come.
An Old Home in Johnstown, OH, is Permanently Waterproofed
Upon moving into their house, new homeowners in Johnstown, OH, were alerted to potential problems in the basement. The 130-year-old home with stone foundation walls and dirt floors had issues with moisture and water intrusion. This concerned the homeowners, so they wanted to take the proper steps to ensure their home’s health and safety. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads, and we installed many reliable basement waterproofing solutions that will always keep their home dry. These included the BasementGutter and French drain drainage systems, as well as two SafeDri sump pump systems in the large basement. FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines, and YardWells were placed on the ends of these lines to camouflage them on the property. A dehumidifier also was installed to clean the air and control humidity. CrawlSeal also was used to cover the areas of the basement with stone walls and dirt floors. Not only does this liner help smooth out rough surfaces and improve the basement’s appearance, it also helps keep water out of the basement and direct it to the waterproofing system. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these many reliable repair solutions have helped them create a safer and healthier living environment.
Basement Stabilization and Waterproofing in Johnstown, OH
During the last few years of living in their house, homeowners in Johnstown, OH, have been monitoring structural issues in their basement. The foundation walls were cracking and bowing inward, indicating the failure of the walls. Because they are trying to sell the house, the homeowners want to make sure it will be a structurally stable living environment. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products. A total of 22 Channel Anchors were installed throughout the basement to permanently reinforce the foundation walls. These heavy-duty galvanized steel anchors also offer the best opportunity to straighten the walls. To address and prevent any leaking water, we also installed the BasementGutter interior drainage system. This sub-floor system intercepts any seeping water and drains it to the existing sump pump system. We also installed new downspout conductor lines on the property, and attached a YardWell at the end of the line. The owners now have peace of mind knowing the house will be a safer living environment for the next owners.
Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Encapsulation Create a Healthier Home in Newark, OH
Homeowners in Newark, OH, have been dealing with a damp, wet basement since they moved into their house 10 years ago. The home was built in the late 1800s, so it’s only natural for a house of that age to have some issues. The homeowners want to sell the house to their son, but they’d like to address the problematic basement before they do so. They began to research repair companies and solutions online, then they contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing our page on the Better Business Bureau website. Basements in older homes like this can be a challenge to waterproof because of how the foundation and foundation walls were constructed. But we met this challenge head-on to provide the perfect permanent solution for the homeowners. We installed the sub-floor BasementGutter interior drainage system to intercept any seeping water and drain it to the SafeDri Prox sump pump. The SafeDri Prox then pumps the water safely out of the home and away from the foundation through a discharge line. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The CrawlSeal Wall System was used to cover the damp wall and prevent vapor and moisture intrusion into the rest of the basement. CrawlSeal also was used to encapsulate the partial crawl space. ExTremeBloc panels were placed on the crawl space walls to assist with insulation. The owners now have peace of mind knowing the home will be a healthier living environment because these reliable products were installed.
Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Encapsulation in Pataskala, OH
During the few months she has lived in her house, a homeowner in Pataskala, OH, noticed a concerning problem in the basement. Water appeared to be leaking inside and saturating the floor. She wanted to have this issue corrected for good, so she began to research possible repairs. After the owner found Ohio Basement Authority’s website, she was motivated to contact us to learn more about how we could help her. She met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough assessment of the basement. Along with recommending the perfect waterproofing solutions, our inspector also suggested some of our reliable products to address a nasty crawl space adjacent to the basement. One of our crews then completed a couple projects to enhance the health and safety of the home. The basement was waterproofed with the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri sump pump. Any seeping water from the walls and floor will be intercepted by Basementgutter and directed to the SafeDri to be pumped out of the basement. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line, and a dehumidifier also was installed in the basement. The crawl space was waterproofed with a product similar to BasementGutter. CrawlDrain was placed in the floor to catch seeping water, which was directed to the BasementGutter system. The crawl space was then encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner, which completely seals and isolates the home from the earth. The homeowner is pleased to now have a healthier home because of these trustworthy repairs.
Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Stabilization in Newark, OH
After living in her house for several years, a homeowner in Newark, OH, knew it was time to address some lingering problems. Water leaked into the basement through the walls and floor, and there were some floor joists in the partial crawl space that contributed to sagging floors. The owner was ready to fix these problems once and for all, so she started to research how to best address them. She found information about Ohio Basement Authority online, and she was eager to learn more about how we could help her. She met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the home. Our inspector then recommended some of our reliable basement waterproofing and foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then waterproofed the basement with the BasementGutter drainage system, a section of the grated drainage system, and a SafeDri sump pump. Any leaking water will be intercepted by the BasementGutter and grated drainage systems in the floor, and this water is directed to the SafeDri to be pumped out of the home. Additionally, the stone walls were covered with CrawlSeal liner to improve their appearance and assist with waterproofing. Supplemental steel beams were placed under the problematic floor joists in the crawl space, and these beams were further reinforced by IntelliJacks. These heavy-duty jacks permanently stabilize the above floor and floor joists, can lift and level the floor, and are designed to stop sagging and settlement. The homeowner is pleased to now have a safe and stable home because of these trustworthy repairs.
Basement Waterproofing and Foundation Repair in Johnstown, OH
After a couple in Johnstown, OH, had their son's basement repaired by Ohio Basement Authority and were pleased with the results, they decided it was time to fix their own wet basement. They also were concerned about a few foundation wall cracks. One of our certified inspectors visited the home to assess the problem and damage. He explained the waterproofing products we offer, pricing, and the installation process. After that, he provided the homeowners with an estimate and it was up to them whether or not they wanted to have the work done. The homeowners decided to have everything the inspector recommended installed. The products included: Carbon Fiber, FreezeGuard, YardWell, and BasementGutter. Carbon Fiber is a material with a high-tensile strength, which means it is nearly impossible to stretch under tension. It often is used to reinforce cracked and bowing foundation walls to prevent them from failing more. This was the case when they were installed in this Johnstown home. FreezeGuard and YardWell are both small add-ons for a waterproofing system. FreezeGuard connects to the sump pump discharge line and downspout to allow water to pass through even if the pipe freezes. FreezeGuard works even if it is buried under a foot of ice and snow. YardWell is a grated piece which connects to the end of the discharge line. It camouflages the end of the pipe when it is necessary to have it end in a homeowner's yard, and prevents tripping and lawnmower hazards. BasementGutter is an interior drainage system unlike any other. It is comprised of a serious of trapezoidal drains which sit on the concrete footer at a slight angle to allow water to drain into the sump pump system. There are large holes in the side and a flange which allow the drains to capture water from the ground, floor and walls. The homeowners are happy with the results and no longer need to worry about water in their basement or cracks in their foundation walls.
Basement Waterproofing in Etna, OH
After living in her house for 18 years, a homeowner in Etna, OH, noticed puddles of water in the basement. She wanted to nip this problem with seeping water in the bud, so she started to research repair options. After finding Ohio Basement Authority’s website, the owner was eager to contact us for further guidance. She met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the basement. Our inspector then recommended some of our reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then waterproofed the basement with the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system, SafeDri Triple sump pump and exterior FreezeGuards. All of these solutions work together to catch seeping water and remove it from the home. The homeowner is happy to now have a dry and healthy home because of these trustworthy repairs.
Basement Waterproofing with the BasementGutter Drainage System and SafeDri Super Sump Pump in Pataskala, OH
After her house sustained damage from a fire, a homeowner in Pataskala was working on remodeling the basement. The contractor she was working with is a previous Ohio Basement Authority customer who was eager to recommend our waterproofing services. The homeowner contacted us, and one of our expert crews installed the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system. This system catches any seeping water and drains it to the SafeDri Super sump pump that was also installed. A FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. Durable LumaBright panels were also installed on the walls for a more finished appearance. The homeowner is happy her basement will remain dry because these products were installed.
Basement Waterproofing with SafeDri Triple Sump Pump, FreezeGuard in Johnstown, OH
A Johnstown, OH, homeowner has lived in his house for 15 years. While he has not had many water issues in his basement, he wanted to update his current sump pump system. Ohio Basement Authority installed the SafeDri Triple Sump Pump System in his basement. It features three pumps, including a battery back-up. The FreezeGuard Sump Pump Discharge Line System was also installed on the home's exterior to prevent floods in the event the discharge lines freeze. These products meet the homeowner's goal of keeping his basement dry all the time.
Basement Waterproofing with BasementGutter & SafeDri Triple Sump in Pataskala, OH
Homeowners in Pataskala, OH, have noticed water issues in their basement becoming worse during the last few years. Concerned with flooding, the homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority to address these water seepage problems. One of our expert crews treated the basement for mold, and installed several waterproofing solutions to keep the basement dry. These included the BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri Triple sump pump. Carbon Fiber supports were also added to strengthen a significantly cracked foundation wall and prevent additional foundation issues. The homeowners are happy to now have a basement that will be structurally supported and dry all the time. Basement Waterproofing with BasementGutter & SafeDri Triple in Pataskala, OH - Photo 1Basement Waterproofing with BasementGutter & SafeDri in Pataskala, OH - Photo 2
Carbon Fiber Supports Permanently Reinforce a Foundation Wall in Granville, OH
During the last few years of living in his house, a homeowner in Granville, OH, began to notice slight movement in the blocks of his foundation wall. This resulted in some cracking and bowing in the wall, which concerned the homeowner. These are common signs of wall failure, which will become dangerous and costly to repair the longer they are neglected. The homeowner wanted to be proactive and prevent further issues, so he started to research repair methods and companies. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair solutions in his home. Carbon Fiber supports were installed on the wall that was beginning to be a problem. These sturdy supports permanently reinforce the foundation wall and prevent any further cracking and inward bowing. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing his house will be structurally sound for many years to come.
Carbon Fiber Supports Permanently Stabilize Cracking, Bowing Foundation Walls in Heath, OH
They have lived in their house since it was built 25 years ago, but it wasn’t until recently that homeowners in Heath, OH, began to see problems with the structure. They noticed two of the foundation walls were cracking and bowing inward. These are common signs of foundation wall failure, but they need to be addressed properly and promptly before any significant damage occurs. The homeowners were concerned with the safety of their house, so they began to research repair options and companies. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products. Several Carbon Fiber wall supports were placed on the problematic foundation walls to permanently stabilize them. These sturdy supports also prevent further cracking and bowing, and can easily be concealed with paint or drywall. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing their house will be a safe and stable living environment for many more years to come.
Carbon Fiber Supports Reinforce a Cracking, Tilting Foundation Wall in Granville, OH
After living in their house for less than one year, homeowners in Granville, OH, noticed one of the foundation walls was starting to crack and tilt inward. These are common signs of foundation failure and can be caused by a number of factors including expanding soils continuously exerting pressure on the walls. These symptoms may not look serious at first, but the longer they are neglected, the more dangerous they are to the safety and structural stability of the home. The homeowners were motivated to address this issue and contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. They met with one of our experienced inspectors, and were eager for one of our expert crews to install one type of our many reliable foundation repair products. We installed several Carbon Fiber supports on the problematic foundation wall. These heavy-duty supports permanently reinforce the foundation walls where they were installed, as well as prevent any further cracking and inward bowing. They also can easily be concealed by paint or drywall. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this trustworthy solution has helped create a safe and stable living environment that they will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
Carbon Fiber Supports Reinforce Cracking Foundation Walls in Pataskala, OH
During the last several years, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, have noticed various horizontal, vertical and stair step cracks in their foundation walls were getting worse. These common signs of wall failure will only result in more problems and be more costly to repair if they are not addressed promptly and properly. Concerned with their home's structural integrity, the owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after researching our company. We installed one of our many foundation repair products. A total of 30 Carbon Fiber wall supports were installed to permanently stabilize the problematic foundation walls. These sturdy supports also prevent further cracking and any inward movement, and can be hidden by paint, drywall or paneling. The owners now have peace of mind knowing their home will be structurally sound for many more years to come!
Carbon Fiber Supports Stabilize a Home For Sale in Etna, OH
Homeowners in Etna, OH, were preparing to sell their house. Before doing so, they knew they needed to complete various repair projects. This included addressing cracks they noticed on one of the foundation walls. They were concerned the wall’s condition would affect the stability and value of the home. After finding information on Home Advisor 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 assessed the condition of the wall. Our inspector then presented the owners with one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then installed several Carbon Fiber supports to permanently stabilize the wall. These heavy-duty supports firmly adhere to the wall to hold it in its current position. These supports also protect the wall from any further cracking or inward bowing. The owners are pleased to now have a safer and more stable living environment because of this trustworthy repair solution.
Carbon Fiber Supports Stabilize Cracking, Bowing Foundation Walls in Newark, OH
Maintaining a safe and stable living environment is very important to a homeowner in Newark, OH. After noticing various cracks in the foundation walls getting worse over the years, she was motivated to address these issues of wall failure once and for all. After learning more about our company from a trusted neighbor, the homeowner was eager to contact us. We helped her create a stable home by installing one of our many reliable foundation repair products. A total of 18 Carbon Fiber wall supports was installed on the cracking and bowing foundation walls. These sturdy reinforcements permanently stabilize the walls in their current positions and prevent further cracking and inward bowing. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing that this permanent solution has ensured the structural integrity of the house for many more years to come.
Carbon Fiber Supports Stabilize Cracking, Tilting Foundation Walls in Alexandria, OH
After living in their house for almost 20 years, homeowners in Alexandria, OH, began to investigate the process of selling their home. Before putting the house on the market, the owners knew the home needed various repairs. This included addressing a foundation wall that was showing signs of failure in the form of various cracks. It also was slightly tilting inward. This concerned the homeowners, and they wanted to address these issues so the next owners would not have to worry about them. After learning more about Ohio Basement Authority online, the owners were eager to contact us for a permanent solution. They were equally excited for one of our expert crews to install one type of our many reliable foundation repair products. We installed several Carbon Fiber supports on the 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 paint or drywall. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this trustworthy solution has helped create a safe and stable living environment for the next owners.
Carbon Fiber Supports Stabilize Foundation Wall in Johnstown, OH

Homeowners in Johnstown, OH, noticed their foundation walls were bowing inward, and they wanted to address this issue before it worsened.

They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and one of our expert crews installed 22 Carbon Fiber wall supports throughout the basement. These supports reinforce the foundation walls and prevent any further inward movement where they are installed. They are also covered by a lifetime warranty.

The homeowners are pleased to now have a structurally stable foundation for many years to come.

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Carbon Fiber wall supports strengthen foundation wall in Newark, OH
A homeowner in Newark, OH, noticed some of the block on her foundation wall was separating, and she wanted to address the problem before it worsened. An inspector with Ohio Basement Authority observed the cracked and bowing wall, and recommended Carbon Fiber wall supports. One of our company's crews installed seven Carbon Fiber wall supports that will permanently correct the bowing and cracking, as well as strengthen the foundation wall. The project also carries a Lifetime Warranty. The homeowner is happy to now have a structurally sound foundation.
CrawlSeal and ExTremeBloc Improve an Unhealthy Crawl Space in Johnstown, OH
Even though he rarely went into the partial crawl space adjacent to his basement, a homeowner in Johnstown, OH, knew there were some issues in this area he needed to address. The existing insulation failed to properly cover the walls. The plastic liner covering the dirt and gravel floor was also failing and full of moisture. There was also a lot of other debris in the crawl space. The owner contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through websites like Angie's List. After removing the debris and insulation, we completely encapsulated the crawl space in durable CrawlSeal liner. This bright, heavy-duty liner isolates the area from the earth, and acts as a moisture and vapor barrier. Drainage matting was placed on the floor underneath the CrawlSeal liner to enhance its durability, and energy-efficient ExTremeBloc insulation panels were added to the walls. The owner now has peace of mind knowing the crawl space, as well as the rest of the home, will be healthier for many years to come.
CrawlSeal Encapsulation Creates a Healthier Crawl Space and Home in Heath, OH
Crawl spaces underneath homes are areas that owners rarely, if ever, venture into. Homeowners in Heath, OH, have lived in their house since it was built 25 years ago. During that time, they have only been in the crawl space a few times. But they have noticed the conditions worsening over the years. They were interested in having the crawl space insulated, so they contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our crawl space repair services online. We completely encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This thick and durable liner isolates the home from the earth and acts as a moisture and vapor barrier. It also helps insulate the crawl space. Additional insulation measures included installing ExTremeBloc panels on the walls, as well as spray foam in the band joists. Because of rodent intrusion through open vents, vent covers were installed on the home’s exterior to seal the crawl space from outside air, precipitation and pests. The owners are pleased to have a healthier and energy-efficient crawl space and home.
CrawlSeal Encapsulation Improves a Crawl Space in Newark, OH
After living for six years in their house in Newark, OH, homeowners noticed moisture and mold in the crawl space. They were concerned with the health of this area because it is used for storage, and they are expecting a baby. Hoping to ensure their home's health, they contacted Ohio Basement Authority after looking at our company's website. We installed various crawl space repair products including the CrawlDrain drainage system and a SafeDri sump pump. The crawl space was completely encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner, and a FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The homeowners are pleased these permanent solutions were installed so they will have a healthier living environment their family will be able to enjoy for many more years to come.  
Cracking Foundation Walls are Permanently Reinforced with Carbon Fiber Supports in Granville, OH

While their home had an existing support system comprised of several steel beams, homeowners in Granville, OH, were growing concerned with the structural stability of their house. Since moving into the home, they have been monitoring various cracking patterns in the walls. This is a common sign of wall failure, and the homeowners wanted to address it as soon as possible before it turned into a dangerous safety concern.

The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about us online, and we installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products to help them create a safer home.

We installed several Carbon Fiber supports on the problematic foundation walls. These reliable supports permanently stabilize the walls and prevent any further cracking or inward bowing.

The owners now have peace of mind knowing their home will be a safe and stable living environment for many years to come.

Cracking Foundation Walls are Permanently Reinforced with Carbon Fiber Supports in Granville, OH - Photo 1
Cracking Foundation Walls are Stabilized by Carbon Fiber Supports

A longtime homeowner in Pataskala, OH, never worried about her foundation walls until recently. While gleaning information from exhibitors at a local home and garden show, she learned more about foundation issues from Ohio Basement Authority’s representative.

The homeowner recognized the cracking and slight bowing in her walls as structural problems we could help her address. Motivated to fix them for good, she scheduled an appointment with us.

We then installed some of our most reliable foundation repair products. Several Carbon Fiber wall supports were installed on the problematic foundation walls that had horizontal and stair-step cracking. These reliable supports permanently stabilize the walls in their current positions, and prevent any further cracking and bowing.

The owner is pleased her home will now be structurally sound for many years to come.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation and Insulation in Alexandria, OH
After moving into her house, a new homeowner in Alexandria, OH, began to roll up her sleeves and tackle various repair projects to maintain the 125-year-old house. This included addressing the nasty crawl space. This area underneath the house was full of debris and failing insulation. Concerned the condition of the crawl space could affect the health of the rest of the house, the owner began to research possible repair options and companies. She was eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority for a permanent solution, and excited for us to transform her home’s crawl space. We did this by first removing the nuisances from the crawl space, then encapsulating the area in CrawlSeal liner. CrawlSeal is a thick and durable liner that is similar to swimming pool liner. It fully isolates the crawl space from the earth, serves as a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps insulate the crawl space. We further insulated the crawl space by installing ExTremeBloc insulation panels on the walls and applying spray foam insulation to the band joists. The crawl space is now properly sealed and insulated, and the homeowner is happy to have a healthier living environment because of this reliable repair process.
Crawl Space Encapsulation Creates an Energy-Efficient Home in Pataskala, OH
After living in her house for many years and dealing with cold floors, a homeowner in Pataskala, OH, wanted to fix this problem once and for all. An Ohio Basement Authority TV commercial depicting a problematic crawl space resonated with her, and she contacted our company hoping to find a permanent solution.
Her floors were cold because of failing insulation in the crawl space. We removed this damaged material and encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This thick and durable liner completely isolates the home from the earth, and acts as a vapor and moisture barrier. ExTremeBloc panels were also installed on the walls. CrawlSeal and ExTremeBloc are also energy-efficient installations that help insulate the crawl space.
A SmartDrain was also installed to alert the homeowner of any water in the crawl space due to possible plumbing leaks.
The homeowner was pleased to have these permanent solutions installed so she could save energy and have a healthier home for many more years to come.
Crawl Space Encapsulation Enhances the Health and Functionality of a Home in Granville, OH
Not long after they moved into their house, new homeowners in Granville, OH, notices some issues with the partial crawl space just off of the basement. This area was not finished, and it will full of failing insulation. Because they plan on living in the house for several years, the homeowners wanted to address this unhealthy area as soon as possible. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads, and we transformed the formerly nasty area with one of our many reliable crawl space repair methods. We encapsulated the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This durable liner completely isolates the home from the earth, serves as a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps insulate the crawl space. It also brightens the area, and creates an ideal space to use for storage. The homeowners were excited to have this reliable permanent solution installed so their crawl space, as well as the rest of their home, will be more functional and healthy for many years to come.  
Crawl Space Encapsulation in Etna, OH
After one year of living in her house, a homeowner in Etna, OH, began to notice problems she suspected stemmed from her crawl space. She was frustrated with her home’s air quality, she saw silverfish and mice in the home, and the open and leaking crawl space vents were also concerning. Hoping to find a permanent solution to control the earth’s moisture and have a healthier home, the homeowner contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through our website. We then helped her create a healthier home by encapsulating the crawl space in CrawlSeal liner. This thick liner completely isolates the home environment from the earth. It also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps insulate the crawl space. We also placed external vent covers over the vents to completely seal the crawl space from unwanted outside pests. The homeowner was pleased this reliable permanent solution was installed so her crawl space, as well as the rest of her home, will be healthier for many years to come.
Crawl Space Encapsulation, Insulation and Stabilization Creates a Healthier and Safer Home in Granville, OH
Unpleasant odors, cold floors, and sagging floors in his house were beginning to concern a homeowner in Granville, OH. While he never goes into the crawl space underneath his house, he suspected this area was responsible for the various issues he’s noticed during the last couple of years. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we dramatically improved the health and stability of the crawl space and home. After removing all of the failing insulation, we encapsulated the crawl space in durable CrawlSeal liner. This liner completely isolates the home environment from the earth, and it acts as a moisture and vapor barrier. CrawlSeal also helps insulate the crawl space. Additional insulation installations included ExTremeBloc panels on the crawl space walls, and spray foam in the band joists. A dehumidifier also was installed to clean and filter the air and control humidity. Vent covers were installed on the home’s exterior to seal the crawl space from outside air, precipitation and pests, and IntelliJacks were installed to stabilize and level the sections of uneven floors. The owner was pleased these permanent solutions were installed so his home will be healthier and structurally sound for many years to come.
Crawl Space in Newark, OH, Made Healthy with CrawlSeal, Dehumidifier, SafeDri Pro
A homeowner in Newark, OH, decided it was time to remedy her unhealthy crawl space. She was experiencing issues such as cold floors, moisture, mold, water intrusion, and pests. She carefully weighed her options with other companies, but was most impressed with Ohio Basement Authority and its solutions to her problems. One of our crews installed Drainage Matting underneath CrawlSeal liner, a dehumidifier, SafeDri Pro sump pump, and a Vent Cover. These products meet the homeowner's goals of fixing ground water seepage, keeping the area dry, controlling earth moisture, preventing mold, reducing odors, saving energy, and gaining storage space. Crawl Space in Newark, OH, Made Healthy with CrawlSeal, SafeDri - Photo 1
Crawl Space Stabilization and Encapsulation in Croton, OH
After living in their house for 12 years, homeowners in Croton, OH, noticed some areas of their floors felt like they were sagging and uneven. The floors also felt particularly cold during the winter. The owners were motivated to address these problems once and for all, and they were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after seeing our TV ads. They met with one of our inspectors who ventured into the crawl space under the house to evaluate the condition of this area. He found failing supports, open vents, and improper lining and insulation. Our inspector then recommended some of our reliable repair solutions to the owners. One of our crews then stabilized the above floors with IntelliJacks. 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 crawl space was then encapsulated in thick and durable CrawlSeal liner. This liner completely seals the crawl space to isolate it from the earth, and it helps insulate the crawl space. The crawl space was further sealed by exterior vent covers, and a dehumidifier was installed to help improve the home’s air quality. The owners now have peace of mind knowing these trustworthy repairs have helped them create a safer and healthier crawl space and home.
Crawl Space Waterproofing and Encapsulation in Newark, OH
While sprucing up her rental property for future tenants, a homeowner in Newark, OH, ventured into the crawl space. She noticed this area under the house needed considerable attention. It was damp and smelly, and the dirt floors were wet. She didn’t want these conditions to affect anyone’s health or the property value. She began to research repair options and companies, and she decided to contact Ohio Basement Authority after she found our website. One of our highly trained inspectors completed a thorough evaluation of the crawl space, and he presented the homeowner with several permanent repair options. She was eager to have one of our many experienced crawl space repair crews install products to waterproof and encapsulate the crawl space. These included the CrawlDrain drainage system and a SafeDri sump pump. If any water seeps into the crawl space, it will be intercepted by the CrawlDrain system and directed to the SafeDri to be safely pumped out of the crawl space. A FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The crawl space then was completely encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner. This thick and durable liner serves as a moisture and vapor barrier that isolates the crawl space from the earth, and it is perfectly compatible with the CrawlDrain and SafeDri systems. The crawl space vents also were covered by four exterior vent covers to completely seal the crawl space from outside air, precipitation and pests. The owner is pleased to have a healthier crawl space and home because of these reliable products.
Crawl Space Waterproofing and Stabilization in Hebron, OH
After living in their house for eight years, homeowners in Hebron, OH, were beginning to notice issues with the crawl space. This area under the house was damp and wet, and the floor joists were failing. This contributed to sagging floors above. Concerned with the health and safety of their home, the owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. We then installed some of our reliable crawl space repair products. This included the CrawlDrain drainage system and SafeDri sump pump. Any seeping water will be intercepted by the CrawlDrain system and directed to the reliable SafeDri. Vent covers also were placed on the home’s exterior to prevent outside air, precipitation and pests from entering the crawl space. Five IntelliJacks also were installed in the crawl space. While they look similar to common jack posts, these heavy-duty supports are made of galvanized steel. This enhances their durability and also makes them resistant to rust, corrosion and rot. The IntelliJacks permanently reinforce the above floors and can help raise them back to level. IntelliJacks also are designed to prevent any further settling, but they can easily be adjusted if any settling occurs. The owners now have peace of mind knowing their home will be a safer and healthier living environment because of these reliable repair products.
Egress Window Enhances Safety, Appearance of a Home in Newark, OH
After living in their house for many years, homeowners in Newark, OH, wanted to transform a section of their basement into livable space. Before doing so, they knew certain improvements needed to be completed. According to the International Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings, habitable spaces must have at least one operational emergency escape or means of egress. This also is applicable to basements. This particular area of the basement had a small window that did not meet the residential code requirements. An egress window was needed. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through online resources like Home Advisor, and we then upgraded this small, unusable window into a functional egress window. After removing the existing window, the crew excavated the area outside the window and carefully cut into the block foundation wall to make room for the newer, bigger window. The all-vinyl frame of the new window is rust-resistant, and the window’s double-pane glass is energy-efficient. A lightly-colored window well installed outside the window allows more sunlight to enter the basement and brighten up the space. A durable clear cover attached to the well for safety also keeps leaves, debris and precipitation out of the window well. The homeowners are excited to have an updated basement window system that enhances the safety and appearance of their home.
Egress Window Installed For Safety in Newark, OH
After living in their house for several years, homeowners in Newark, OH, began to consider the health and safety of their home. They noticed the basement, some of which is used as office space, had a musty odor, and they were concerned with the small windows. After seeing Ohio Basement Authority’s TV ads, the owners were eager to contact us for further guidance. They met with one of our inspectors who suggested having one of our reliable dehumidifiers installed in the basement. Considering the function of the basement, our inspector also recommended having an egress window installed. The International Residential Code states that all habitable spaces, including basements, are required to have at least one operational emergency escape or means of egress. The owners were then eager for our crews to install these solutions. After carefully excavating the area outside where the new window was to be installed, one of our crews carefully cut into the block foundation wall to make room for the new window. The 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. Another crew also installed a dehumidifier in the basement to clean and filter the air, control moisture and humidity, and reduce odors and the potential for mold growth. The homeowners are pleased to have a safer and healthier living environment because of these trustworthy repairs.
Encapsulating a Nasty Crawl Space in Pataskala, OH
They have lived in their house for less than one year, and during that time homeowners in Pataskala, OH, began to notice problems with the crawl space. This partial area just off of the basement had failing floor liner and insulation, and the homeowners were concerned their stored items in the crawl space could be damaged. The owners were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company and our repair services. After meeting with one of our inspectors, the owners were equally eager for one of our crews to transform the crawl space into a usable space. After removing the debris and other nuisances, the crawl space was encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner. This thick and durable liner completely seals the crawl space from the earth. It also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps insulate the crawl space. It also dramatically improves the appearance of the crawl space. The homeowners are pleased to now have a healthier and more functional crawl space.
Encapsulation and Waterproofing Solutions Improve an Unhealthy Crawl Space in Pataskala, OH
Upon recently moving into their house, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, noticed various issues with their crawl space that were creating an unhealthy atmosphere. It had standing water, moldy and failing insulation, open vents and other unsightly problems. They wanted to correct these issues as soon as possible, so they contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our ads on TV. After removing the nasty insulation, we installed several permanent crawl space repair solutions. These included the CrawlDrain drainage system to intercept any seeping water, a SafeDri sump pump to pump this water out of the basement, and a dehumidifier to filter the air. The entire area was also encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner, and ExTremeBloc insulation panels were added to the walls. Vent covers were also installed on the home's exterior to block the vents, and a FreezeGuard was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The homeowners were excited to have these products installed in their home so that it will be a safer and healthier living environment they will be able to enjoy for many more years to come!
Encapsulation with CrawlSeal Transforms a Nasty Crawl Space in Johnstown, OH
Homeowners in Johnstown, OH, have lived in their house since it was built almost 20 years ago. They go into the crawl space under the house a few times a year, and lately they have noticed some problems they were ready to address. The unhealthy crawl space was full of moldy and failing insulation and plastic liner. Debris was also strewn about the area, and several vents were open. The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads, and we installed several crawl space repair products to completely transformed the nasty area into a healthier one. The debris and insulation were removed, and the entire crawl space was encapsulated in durable CrawlSeal liner which isolates the area from the earth and acts as a moisture and vapor barrier. Two SmartDrains were installed in the vast crawl space to identify plumbing leaks, and a dehumidifier was installed to purify the air and control humidity. Vent covers were also installed outside the home to seal the crawl space from outside air and pests. The owners now have peace of mind knowing the crawl space, as well as the rest of the home, will be healthier for many more years to come.
Exterior Drainage Upgrade Will Keep a Basement Dry in Heath, OH
Upon moving into their house, homeowners in Heath, OH, noticed issues with the downspout conductor lines on the property. They were concerned with basement flooding and other problems, so they wanted to address this as soon as possible. The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we upgraded the exterior drainage system by installing new downspout conductor lines on the property. These lines were buried underground and directed out to the tree line at the edge of the property. The owners are happy to have an updated exterior drainage system that will help keep their home dry.
Exterior Drainage Upgrade Will Keep a Basement Dry in Johnstown, OH
A homeowner in Johnstown, OH, was excited to have Ohio Basement Authority update and replace her current sump pump system recently. She didn’t hesitate to contact us again when she wondered about the condition of her exterior drainage system. After gaining access to the pipe buried underground, we replaced the older system with a durable triple wall polyurethane pipe of 3” diameter. These new lines were also buried underground and directed to drain at the street. The owner is happy to have an updated exterior drainage system that will help keep her home dry.
Failing Foundation Walls in Johnstown, OH, Stabilized by Carbon Fiber Supports
After living for several years in their Johnstown, OH, house, homeowners were beginning to notice horizontal and stair-step cracking on two of their foundation walls were getting worse. They were in the process of refinancing their home, and an engineer that inspected the property suggested additional foundation wall supports be installed. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we first removed the failing and corroded steel beams that were previously installed on the walls. The cracks were filled, and Carbon Fiber, one of our many reliable foundation repair products, was installed. Seventeen of these sturdy wall supports were placed on the two failing foundation walls. Carbon Fiber straps permanently stabilize the walls, prevent further cracking and inward bowing, and can easily be covered by paint or drywall. The owners are pleased their forever home will now be a safe and stable living environment for many more years to come. Failing Foundation Walls in Johnstown, OH, Stabilized by Carbon Fiber Supports - Photo 1Failing Foundation Walls in Johnstown, OH, Stabilized by Carbon Fiber Supports - Photo 2
Fixing and Protecting a Cracking Wall in Johnstown, OH
After living in their house for almost five years, homeowners in Johnstown, OH, noticed a problem in their basement was getting worse. One of the foundation walls was cracking and also appeared to be slightly tilting inward. These are common signs of foundation wall failure, and they wanted to address it before any serious damage occurred. During their search for repairs, the owners came across Ohio Basement Authority’s website and they were motivated to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. They then met with one of our inspectors who assessed the condition of the foundation. Our inspector then recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then permanently stabilized the wall by installing several Carbon Fiber supports on it. These heavy-duty straps firmly adhere to the wall to hold it in its current position. These straps also protect the wall from any further cracking or inward bowing. Their dark appearance may not be aesthetically pleasing, but their low profile allows them to easily be concealed by basement finishing materials. The homeowners can confidently remodel and finish their basement knowing this trustworthy repair project has helped them create a safe and stable living environment.
Fixing and Protecting Cracking, Tilting Foundation Walls in Heath, OH
During the last several years, longtime homeowners in Heath, OH, have noticed cracks along their foundation walls were getting worse. Some sections of the walls also appeared to be tilting inward. The owners would like to sell the house in the near future, and they were concerned these signs of foundation failure would negatively impact their ability to sell. They knew they could count on Ohio Basement Authority for the right repairs, as they were well-acquainted with one of our employees. They met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the problematic foundation walls. Our inspector then suggested some of our reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then permanently stabilized the walls with several Carbon Fiber supports and IntelliBrace beams. Both solutions reinforce the walls and prevent any further cracking or inward bowing. The Carbon Fiber supports, which were placed on the less severe walls, firmly adhere to the walls to hold them in their current positions. The IntelliBrace beams were installed on the wall that was in a more severe state of disrepair. These beams can be tightened during dry seasons to help straighten the wall. There also was an area with a failing floor joist that was contributing to a sagging, uneven spot in the above floor. An IntelliJack was installed to help stabilize and lift this area. The owners are pleased to now have a safe and stable living environment for themselves and the next owners.
Fixing and Protecting Cracking, Tilting Walls in Galena, OH, With Carbon Fiber Supports

Homeowners in Galena, OH, have lived in their house since it was built 32 years ago. Even though metal support beams were placed against the walls more than 20 years ago, the walls were cracking and appeared to be tilting inward in some areas. The owners noticed these issues had been worsening during the past few years, and they didn’t want serious damage to result.

After seeing Ohio Basement Authority’s TV ads, the owners were motivated to contact us for further guidance. The met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough assessment of the foundation walls. Our inspector then presented the owners with one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions.

After removing the failing support beams, one of our crews placed several Carbon Fiber supports on the walls throughout the basement. These heavy-duty supports firmly adhere to the walls to permanently stabilize them and hold them in their current positions. They also protect the walls from any further cracking or inward bowing. The dark appearance of these supports may not be aesthetically pleasing, but their low profile allows them to easily be concealed with basement finishing materials.

The owners now have peace of mind knowing this trustworthy solution has helped them ensure the safety and structural stability of their living environment.

Floor Stabilization with IntelliJacks in Granville, OH
Since moving into their house a little more than one year ago, homeowners in Granville, OH have grown tired of dealing with areas of sagging and uneven floors. They wanted to have it fixed once and for all. After they heard about Ohio Basement Authority, they were eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who ventured into the crawl space to complete a thorough evaluation of the problematic support system under the home. Our inspector then recommended the perfect repair solution. One of our crews then installed sections of steel support beams reinforced by IntelliJacks underneath them. 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 homeowners are pleased this trustworthy repair solution was installed to help them create a safe and stable home.
Foundation Repair Projects Permanently Stabilize a Home in Granville, OH
While working on a few projects to spruce up their house, homeowners in Granville, OH, came across a few issues in their basement. They noticed a few of their foundation walls were cracking and bowing inward, one area of a wall appeared to show signs of settlement, and the older sump pump was not properly functioning. Before completing other work in their home, the owners wanted to make sure it would be healthy and structurally sound. Hoping to find the best permanent solutions, they contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about us online. We then helped them create a stable home with several reliable repair methods. We excavated the earth outside one of the problematic foundation walls down to the footer, and pushed it back to as plumb as possible. Exterior dampproofing was applied to the wall as an extra precaution to help prevent moisture intrusion. We then used one of our many reliable foundation repair products on the wall’s interior. Several Carbon Fiber wall supports were placed on the wall to permanently reinforce it, as well as prevent future cracking or inward bowing. Two Helical Piers also were installed underneath the settling foundation wall to permanently stabilize this area and help lift it back to level. The older sump pump was replaced by the SafeDri Prox sump pump system, and new downspout conductor lines were installed. The owners were excited to have these permanent solutions installed so their home will be a healthy and safe living environment for many years to come.
Foundation Stabilization in Willow Wood, OH
They have lived in their house for 17 years, but it wasn’t until recently that homeowners in Willow Wood, OH, noticed a section of their house seemed to be sinking. Concerned for the safety and structural integrity of their home, the owners wanted to address this problem as soon as possible. They were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company. After meeting with one of our experienced inspectors, they were equally excited for our expert crews to install some of our reliable repair solutions. One of our crews installed eight Push Piers underneath the settling foundation walls. Once they exposed the footing, heavy-duty steel brackets were secured. Rugged steel tubes were driven through the brackets to competent soils. The weight of the home was then transferred through the piers to load bearing strata. This ensures no further settlement will occur, and the home can be lifted back to level. The homeowners are pleased these reliable repairs were completed to help them create a safer forever home.
Foundation Stabilization with Carbon Fiber Supports in Heath, OH
During the last year, a homeowner in Heath, OH, noticed some problems in the garage on his property. Some areas of the walls were cracking and appeared to also be slightly tilting inward. The homeowner wanted to avoid serious damage to the structure. After seeing Ohio Basement Authority’s TV ads, he was motivated to contact us for further guidance. He met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the problematic walls. Our inspector then recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then permanently stabilized the walls with several Carbon Fiber supports. These heavy-duty supports firmly adhere to the walls to hold them in their current positions. Carbon Fiber supports also protect the walls from any further cracking or inward bowing. The homeowner is pleased to now have a safer garage on his property.
Wall Anchors Stabilize a Cracking, Bowing Foundation Wall in Pataskala, OH
During the last five years of living in their house, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, have noticed a lengthy horizontal crack on one of the foundation walls getting worse. The wall was also starting to bow inward. These are common signs of foundation wall failure, usually caused by hydrostatic pressure. The constant pressure exerted by expanding exterior soil takes its toll on the wall, causing it to crack and bow. Concerned with their home’s structural integrity, the owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our company’s TV commercials. We then installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products. Four Wall Anchors were installed to permanently stabilize the problematic foundation wall. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel anchors not only reinforce the wall, they can be tightened for potential wall improvement. The owners now have peace of mind knowing their home will be safe and structurally sound for many years to come.
Helical Piers Permanently Stabilize a Home's Settling Foundation Wall in Johnstown, OH
A homeowner fell in love with a charming older home in Johnstown, OH, 20 years ago, and has enjoyed living there ever since. During that time she noticed a section of the floor was not level, and seemed to be getting slightly worse. This is a common sign of foundation settlement. She wanted to get to the root of the problem and fix it, so she researched various repair options and companies. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about us on our website, and then one of our certified inspectors completed a thorough evaluation at the 150-year-old home. He recommended the perfect permanent repair solution, and one of our expert crews installed three heavy-duty Helical Piers underneath the problematic, settling areas of the foundation. These durable galvanized steel piers were mechanically driven down to competent soil and attached to heavy-duty foundation brackets on the home’s footing. These piers permanently stabilize the foundation, help prevent further settlement, and offer the best opportunity to lift the settling section back to level.
Helical Piers Stabilize a Settling Home in Newark, OH
After living in their house for a few years, homeowners in Newark, OH, began to notice a section of their home appeared to be settling and falling away from the rest of the foundation. Concerned with the safety and structural stability of their home, the owners wanted to have this problem addressed right away. After previously working with Ohio Basement Authority on another repair project, the owners knew they could again trust us to provide the best solution. They met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the problematic foundation, and our inspector then recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then installed Helical Piers underneath the settling section of the foundation. These durable galvanized steel piers are driven down to competent soil and attached to heavy-duty foundation brackets on the home’s footing. These piers permanently stabilize the foundation, help prevent any further settlement, and offer the best opportunity to lift the settling foundation back to level. The homeowners are pleased to now have a safe and stable living environment because of this repair, and they continue to be happy Ohio Basement Authority customers.
Helical Piers Stabilize Cracking, Settling Foundation in Newark, OH
After living in their house for 35 years, homeowners in Newark, OH, recently noticed some structural issues with the garage foundation walls. Two of the walls were cracking and showing signs of foundation settlement. The homeowners were concerned these problems could worsen and lead to significant safety hazards. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads, and we installed one type of our many reliable foundation repair products. Four Helical Piers were installed underneath the problematic areas of the foundation. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel piers permanently stabilize the garage and offer the best opportunity to raise the garage back to level. Several Carbon Fiber supports were installed on the walls, as well, to help further reinforce the walls and prevent future cracking and bowing. The owners now have peace of mind knowing this reliable repair solution has ensured the structural stability of their garage.
Leaking Basement in Pataskala, OH, is Corrected by Permanent Waterproofing Solutions
After noticing some water issues in their basement, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, were motivated to take steps to prevent these problems from getting worse. They knew they could count on Ohio Basement Authority, and they were pleased with how we addressed issues like water seepage, unsightly walls, and a failing sump pump. To help them keep their basement dry, we installed various permanent waterproofing solutions. These included the full-perimeter sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system, SafeDri Triple sump pump, dehumidifier, LumaBright panels, and exterior FreezeGuards. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing their house will be a healthier living environment for many more years to come!  
Leaking Basement Wall in Johnstown, OH, is Corrected by Crack Repair
During periods of heavy rain, homeowners in Johnstown, OH, noticed the carpet in their finished basement getting saturated with water. Hoping to address this problem before it resulted in serious damage, they contacted Ohio Basement Authority. Inspector John Becker Sr. removed sections of drywall to properly diagnose the source of the problem. He found a vertical crack in the poured concrete foundation wall that was leaking water, and he recommended our crack repair service. After we repaired the crack, we sealed it with a sturdy Carbon Fiber wall support that will also help stabilize the wall. The drywall can then be replaced. The homeowners are pleased this installation was completed so their basement will now be dry and stable.
Lifting and Leveling an Unsafe Garage Floor in Hebron, OH
After living in their house for 15 years, homeowners in Hebron, OH, have been monitoring a safety hazard in their garage. The garage floor had several areas of cracking and settling concrete. The owners took note of these problems when they first moved in, and the issues only seemed to be worsening over time. Concrete can fail over the years by cracking and sinking, typically due to sinking soil underneath. When the soil sinks and leaves a lack of support for the concrete, the concrete will then settle as well. This often results in significant gaps between the concrete slabs, which present tripping hazards. This concerned the homeowners, and they wanted to address the problem once and for all. They were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. After meeting with one of our inspectors, they were equally excited for one of our expert crews to install the perfect repair solution. We used the PolyRenewal System to lift, level and stabilize the problematic concrete floor. This involved first drilling very small holes into the cracking and sinking slabs. Injection ports were placed in these holes, and special equipment was then used to inject high-density polyurethane underneath the slabs. This material expands to fill any voids, and this allows for the precise lifting and leveling of the slabs. While PolyRenewal is lightweight, it is extremely durable. It will not wash out from under the concrete, and its quick cure time allows for normal traffic to resume just 15 minutes after installation. The homeowners were pleased his state of the art repair solution was used to create a safer living environment.
Permanent Basement Waterproofing in Newark, OH
After just purchasing their house, homeowners in Newark, OH, noticed water was seeping into the basement. This was concerning, especially because they plan to make this their forever home. Keeping it safe and dry was one of their top priorities. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through our website, and we installed some of our reliable basement waterproofing products. These included the BasementGutter interior drainage system and the SafeDri Battery Backup System. Any seeping water will be intercepted by the BasementGutter system, and then directed to the SafeDri sump pump. The SafeDri’s backup battery ensures the system will always work to pump water out of the basement, even in the event of power outages. New downspout conductor lines also were installed on the property to update the exterior drainage system. The homeowners were pleased these reliable products were installed so their longtime home will be a safe and healthy living environment for many years to come.
Permanently Addressing a Wet Basement in Utica, OH
Before selling their house, longtime homeowners in Utica, OH, knew they had to complete different repair projects. This included their leaking basement. Water seeped inside during periods of heavy rain, and evidence of water intrusion was visible on the walls and floor. Hoping to find a permanent solution that would improve the home for the next owners, the homeowners eagerly contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads. They were equally excited to meet with one of our experienced inspectors and have one of our expert crews install some of our many reliable basement waterproofing solutions. We installed the BasementGutter and grated drainage systems to intercept any water seeping into the basement. This water is then directed to the SafeDri Triple sump pump and pumped out of the basement. This trustworthy sump pump system is equipped with three powerful pumps inside the sump liner, as well as an external backup battery to ensure the system will always be operational. FreezeGuards also were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines. The homeowners now have peace of mind that these quality products have helped create a safer living environment for the next owners.
Permanently Reinforcing Cracking Foundation Walls with Wall Anchors in Pataskala, OH
He has lived in his house for 10 years, but it wasn’t until recently that a homeowner in Pataskala, OH, noticed structural issues in his basement. One of the foundation walls was starting to crack and bow inward. These usually are the first signs homeowners will see when foundation walls begin to fail. The home was built almost 40 years ago, foundation wall failure is common as homes age. Another cause is constant force exerted on the walls by exterior soils known as hydrostatic pressure. The homeowner wanted to address and correct these problems before they became safety hazards. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through online resources like Home Advisor. We then installed one of our many reliable foundation repair products. Several Wall Anchors were installed on the problematic foundation wall to permanently stabilize it. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel anchors also are uniquely designed with the ability to be tightened for potential wall improvement. New downspout conductor lines also were installed on the property to update the exterior drainage system. The owner was happy this permanent solution was installed so his home will be structurally sound for many years to come.
IntelliBrace Beams Stabilize Cracking, Tilting Foundation Wall in Etna, OH
As they prepared to move into their house, new homeowners in Etna, OH, wanted to make sure the structure would be a safe and sound living environment. They noticed one of the foundation walls was cracking and slightly tilting inward, so they wanted to have these issues fixed before moving into the house and making it their own. They started to research how to best address these problems, and they were motivated to contact Ohio Basement Authority after finding information about our company online. They met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the wall, and our inspector then recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then installed several IntelliBrace beams on the problematic foundation wall. These steel beams are fastened and secured to the floor joists. The beams are then plumbed against the wall as level as possible, and the bottom of the beams are anchored to the floor. These heavy-duty beams are zinc-plated beams so they are protected from corrosion and damage, unlike the other metal and wooden supports that were failing to stabilize the walls. Another unique feature with this system is the ability to tighten the beams during dry seasons to potentially improve and straighten the wall over time. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing their home will be a safe and stable living environment because of this trustworthy repair solution.
Properly Sealing a Crawl Space in Granville, OH
Homeowners in Granville, OH, have lived in their house since it was built one year ago. Recently, they began to think about the partial crawl space adjacent to their basement. While the builders lined the floor and insulated the walls, the owners were interested in having this area properly encapsulated so they could use it for storage. After finding information online about Ohio Basement Authority and speaking to our staff at a local home and garden show, the owners were eager to work with us and learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the crawl space. Our inspector then recommended the perfect repairs and upgrades. One of our crews first removed the older lining and insulation from the crawl space. foam insulation panels were placed on the floor to help with insulation as well as add cushion to the floor underneath the encapsulation material. The crawl space was then encapsulated in thick and durable CrawlSeal liner. This liner completely seals the crawl space to isolate it from the earth. It also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and it helps insulate the crawl space. The owners are pleased to have a safer, healthier and more functional crawl space and home because of this trustworthy repair.
Push Piers Stabilize Cracking, Settling Foundation in Heath, OH

Homeowners in Heath, OH, have lived in their house since it was built 22 years ago. During the last year, they have been closely monitoring potential structural issues. They noticed two of the foundation walls were beginning to crack in stair-step patterns.

These are common signs of foundation wall failure and settlement. These problems will only worsen over time, so the homeowners wanted to address them before any serious damage resulted. The contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads, and we installed one type of our many reliable foundation repair products.

A total of seven Push Piers were installed underneath the settling areas of the foundation. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel piers permanently stabilize the foundation and offer the best opportunity to lift the foundation back to level.

The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this reliable permanent solution has helped them create a safer living environment.

Dehumidifier Controls Moisture and Humidity in a Home in Heath, OH
After living in their house for a few years, homeowners in Heath, OH, were starting to notice excessive dampness and unpleasant odors in the basement. They were concerned with how these nuisances could affect their health. The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after seeing one of our TV ads. We helped them improve the air quality and health of their home by installing the dehumidifier. This powerful, yet energy-efficient system cleans and purifies the air. It also controls moisture, helps prevent mold growth, and reduces odors. The homeowners can now breathe easier knowing this reliable product has helped create a healthier living environment.  
Dehumidifier Creates a Healthier Home for New Homeowners in Granville, OH
After recently moving into their house, homeowners in Granville, OH, noticed the basement was humid and musty smelling. Because they plan to live in the home for many years, having a safe and healthy living environment is very important to them. They began to research corrective measures, and then contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. We then installed one of our many reliable products. We placed the dehumidifier in the basement. This powerful, yet energy-efficient, system filters and purifies the air and helps control humidity. We also updated the property’s exterior drainage system by installing new downspout conductor lines, burying them underground, and directing these lines to drain out at the street. The homeowners can breathe easier knowing these reliable products have helped create a healthier living environment they will be able to enjoy for many years to come.  
Dehumidifier Creates a Healthier Work Environment in Alexandria, OH
After purchasing a commercial building in Alexandria, OH, the owner noticed issues with moisture and dampness in the building. He wanted to address this right away to improve the health of the work environment. The owner contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. He then he met with one of our experienced inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the property. The owner was eager to have one of our expert crews install the dehumidifier in the basement of the building. This powerful, yet energy-efficient system cleans and filters the air and helps control moisture and humidity. Unlike conventional dehumidifiers, the dehumidifier self-drains so no buckets have to be emptied. The owner, his employees, and his clients can now breathe easier knowing this reliable product has helped him create a healthier environment. Dehumidifier Creates a Healthier Work Environment in Alexandria, OH - Photo 1
Sealing a Nasty Crawl Space in Croton, OH
After living in his house for 11 years, a homeowner in Croton, OH, began to notice issues in his home such as mold, moisture, unpleasant odors, and mice. All of these things contribute to an unhealthy living environment, and the homeowner wanted to address them right away. The homeowner rarely ventures into the crawl spaces underneath the 95-year-old house, but he suspected these problems originated in these areas. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we completed a thorough evaluation of his home. The owner was eager for us to install several crawl space repair solutions. First, we removed all of the failing insulation and other nuisances from the crawl spaces. Then, we encapsulated the crawl spaces in CrawlSeal liner. Similar to swimming pool liner, CrawlSeal is thick and durable, and it completely isolates the crawl space environments from the earth. It also acts as a moisture and vapor barrier, and it helps insulate the crawl spaces. We also further insulated the crawl space by placing ExTremeBloc panels on the walls and applying spray foam insulation in the band joists. The dehumidifier was installed in the basement to help control the humidity, clean and filter the air, and reduce odors throughout the house. The owner is pleased to now have a safer and healthier home because of these reliable repair solutions.
Sidewalk's Safety is Improved with Lifting and Leveling in Granville, OH
During the last few years, homeowners in Granville, OH, have noticed areas of concrete sidewalk in front of their house were settling. While it is common for concrete to settle over time, it results in unsightly tripping hazards. The most common cause is settling soil underneath the slabs. Because this presents a safety hazard, the homeowner wanted to address this problem as soon as possible. The owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we installed the perfect, non-invasive solution. We used the PolyRenewal System to lift, level and stabilize these areas of sinking concrete. First, small holes were drilled into the sinking slabs, and then injection ports were placed in these holes. Special equipment was then used to inject structural grade polyurethane underneath the slabs. This high density material expands to fill the voids, and this allows for the exact lifting and leveling of the slabs. PolyRenewal is lightweight but durable, and it will not wash out from under the slabs. The owner was excited to have this state of the art project completed so his home will be a safer living environment.
IntelliJacks Stabilize Sagging Floors in Alexandria, OH
Upon purchasing their house, homeowners in Alexandria, OH, were concerned with the structural stability of the aged building. The home was built in 1890, and it was common to use wooden support systems at that time. Wood can easily rot and fail, and so can other improper support systems that were intended to help correct any foundation failure. The light-duty metal jack posts in the basement and crawl space also were rotting, corroding and failing. With the assistance of their general contractor, the homeowners reached out to Ohio Basement Authority with the goal of stabilizing sagging floors in the home. After one of our experienced inspectors completed a thorough evaluation, he recommended one of our many reliable foundation repair products be installed. The homeowners were eager for one of our expert crews to install 30 IntelliJacks in the basement and crawl space areas. Unlike typical jack posts, the heavy-duty IntelliJacks are made of galvanized steel to enhance their durability. This also makes them rust and corrosion resistant. The IntelliJacks permanently stabilize the above floors and help raise them back to the proper level. They also are designed to prevent further settling. But if any settling occurs, the IntelliJacks can easily be adjusted. Now the homeowners can rest easy knowing these reliable repairs have helped them create a safer and structurally sound living environment.
IntelliJacks Stabilize Sagging Floors in Newark, OH
After living in his house for less than one year, a homeowner in Newark, OH, was growing concerned with the structural stability of his aging house. The home was built in 1905, and it was common to use wooden support systems at that time. It is easy for wood to rot and fail, however. The homeowner was eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company from online resources like Home Advisor. After one of our experienced inspectors completed a thorough evaluation, he recommended one type of our many reliable foundation repair products be installed. To stabilize the sagging floors, several IntelliJacks were installed in the basement and crawl space areas. Unlike typical jack posts, the heavy-duty IntelliJacks are made of galvanized steel to enhance their durability. This also makes them rust and corrosion resistant. The IntelliJacks permanently stabilize the above floors and help raise them back to the proper level. They also are designed to prevent further settling. But if any settling occurs, the IntelliJacks can easily be adjusted. The homeowner was pleased these reliable repairs have helped him create a structurally sound living environment that he will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
IntelliJacks Stabilize Sagging Floors in Pataskala, OH
During the last few years of living in their house in Pataskala, OH, homeowners noticed some of the floors sagging and sloping. After conducting some online research, the owners contacted Ohio Basement Authority. Along with support beams, we installed several IntelliJacks to stabilize the problematic floors in the 135-year-old home. These high-capacity steel supports are designed to stop settling, and even raise the floor back up to the proper level. The owners were excited these sturdy supports were installed so their home will be a more stable living environment for many more years to come. IntelliJacks Stabilize Sagging Floors in Pataskala, OH - Photo 1IntelliJacks Stabilize Sagging Floors in Pataskala, OH - Photo 2
Stabilizing a Settling Home in Hebron, OH, with Helical Piers

After living in her house for five years, a homeowner in Hebron, OH, wanted to take necessary steps to ensure the structural stability of the home. During the last few years, she noticed one area of the house seemed to be settling. This was in an addition that was built several years ago.

Worried that the walls would fail and cause other damage, the homeowner reached out to a local structural engineer. During his inspection, the engineer observed cracks and evidence of settlement in the crawl space underneath the home’s addition. He recommended having piers installed to correct this settlement.

The homeowner then began to research how to have this repair completed. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and then met with one of our inspectors who concurred with the structural engineer’s recommendations. The inspector presented the homeowner with the perfect solution, and she was eager for one of our crews to install five Helical Piers underneath the settling foundation walls.

These durable galvanized steel piers were driven down to competent soil and attached to heavy-duty foundation brackets on the home’s footing. These piers permanently stabilize the foundation, help prevent further settlement, and offer the best opportunity to lift the settling section back to level.

The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing this trustworthy repair solution has helped her create a safe and stable living environment.

Stabilizing and Straightening Cracking, Tilting Walls in Hebron, OH
Since recently moving into their house, new homeowners in Hebron, OH, wanted to address structural issues they noticed in the basement. One of the foundation walls was cracking and tilting inward. The homeowners plan to live in the house for many years, and they wanted to ensure its structural stability. Hoping to find the right answer to fix the problems for good, the homeowners began to research how to best address these issues. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and then they met with one of our inspectors. The inspector evaluated the condition of the wall, and he then presented the homeowners with the perfect solution. One of our crews installed several Wall Anchors on this problematic foundation wall. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel anchors not only reinforce the wall, their unique design also allows them to be tightened for wall improvement. These anchors also offer the best opportunity to straighten the wall. Wall anchor covers also were placed over the interior anchor plates to conceal them. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this trustworthy solution has helped them create a safer home that they will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
Stabilizing, Leveling Sagging Floors in Newark, OH
A homeowner in Newark, OH, was preparing to sell her house, but she knew she needed to have some repair projects completed first. This included addressing a section of the floor that was sagging and uneven. The owner researched repair options online and she found information about Ohio Basement Authority. She was eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help her. One of our inspectors visited to evaluate the home and its support system. He ventured into the crawl space where he found various failing supports. Our inspector then recommended the perfect repair solution. One of our crews then installed IntelliJacks to stabilize and help lift the above floor and floor joists. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel supports will not rust or corrode. IntelliJacks are designed to stop settling, but can easily be adjusted if any settlement occurs. The owner can confidently sell her house now that it has been stabilized by this trustworthy solution.
Stabilizing, Straightening a Foundation Wall in Newark, OH, with Wall Anchors
After living in their house for 14 years, homeowners in Newark, OH, began to notice a structural problem that was only worsening over time. One of their foundation walls was cracking and tilting inward. These are common signs of wall failure, but they will result in safety hazards and costly repairs the longer they are ignored. The homeowners wanted to fix these problems once and for all. After seeing Ohio Basement Authority’s service trucks in the area completing various projects, the owners were eager to contact us for assistance with their structural repair needs. After meeting with one of our inspectors, they were equally excited for one of our crews to install the perfect solution. We installed several Wall Anchors on the problematic foundation wall. Made of galvanized steel, the heavy-duty wall anchors offer the best opportunity to straighten the walls. Their unique design also allows them to be tightened for wall improvement. The homeowners were happy this reliable repair solution was used to help them create a safer, structurally stable living environment.
Transforming a Nasty Crawl Space in Hebron, OH
Homeowners in Hebron, OH, hadn’t noticed many problems with their home during the 24 years they have lived there. A recent peek into the crawl space, however, gave them cause for concern. They rarely venture into this area under their house, but they noticed the crawl space seemed quite unhealthy. It was full of debris, failing insulation, and water in some spots. Some areas of the floor above the crawl space also seemed to be sagging. All of these issues greatly concerned the homeowners, and they wanted to have them addressed as soon as possible. They were eager to contact Ohio Basement Authority after seeing our TV ads. They met with one of our inspectors who assessed the condition of the crawl space. Our inspector then recommended some of our reliable crawl space repair solutions. One of our crews then worked to transform the crawl space. They first removed all the debris from the area, and then installed several IntelliJacks to stabilize the areas of sagging floors. They also waterproofed the crawl space with the CrawlDrain drainage system and SafeDri sump pump. Drainage matting was then placed on the crawl space floor, and the entire crawl space was encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner. A dehumidifier also was installed to address the moisture and humidity in the crawl space and home. The homeowners are pleased these trustworthy solutions were installed to improve the health and safety of the crawl space, as well as the rest of the home.
SafeDri Triple Sump Pump Upgrade Will Keep a Basement Dry in Granville, OH
Homeowners in Granville, OH, were concerned with the condition of their basement sump pump. They noticed it was constantly running, and they were concerned it may not function properly if they were to travel for extended periods of time. They were motivated to address this issue after seeing Ohio Basement Authority at a local home improvement show. They consulted us to see how they could remedy the older sump pump, and we installed our best sump pump system in their basement. We replaced the older system with the SafeDri Triple sump pump. This reliable system is equipped with three pumps and a battery back-up. This ensures the system will always work to pump any water out of the basement, even in the event of a power outage. We also attached FreezeGuard to the exterior sump pump discharge lines. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this reliable system will keep their home safe and dry.
SafeDri Triple Sump Pump Upgrade will Keep a Home Dry in Hebron, OH
Homeowners in Hebron, OH, have lived in their house since it was built seven years ago. Recently, they have had to deal with a flooding basement because of sump pump failure. Any time it rained, the existing sump pump system struggled to keep up with pumping out water it collected. This water then backed up in the system and into the basement. The homeowners were tired of dealing with a wet basement and ineffective waterproofing system. They began to research sump pump systems to replace their failing system, and they contacted Ohio Basement Authority for advice after learning about our company through online resources like Home Advisor. We then removed the older sump pump system and replaced it with the “king of sump pumps,” the SafeDri Triple sump pump 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. The homeowners can rest easier knowing this trustworthy solution will keep their basement and home dry.
SafeDri Sump Pump Upgrade in Chillicothe, OH

Not only does Ohio Basement Authority love having happy repeat customers, we are equally pleased when customers trust us with repairing their loved ones’ homes.

Homeowners in Hebron, OH, were impressed by the waterproofing system we previously installed in their house, and they were eager for other family members to have the same experience. They noticed the sump pump system in their father’s house was outdated and may not be functioning properly.

They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we replaced the older sump pump with the more reliable SafeDri Battery Backup System that will always work to keep the basement dry even during power outages. An FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line.

Not only did this upgrade help create a healthier and safer home, it resulted in peace of mind and another satisfied customer!

Unhealthy Crawl Spaces in Pataskala, OH, are Transformed by a CrawlSeal Encapsulation
Since moving into their house two years ago, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, have noticed unpleasant odors coming from below the house, as well as cold floors in the winter. These issues originating from the two crawl spaces were getting worse, so the owners wanted to address them before additional problems resulted. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about us through our company website, and we installed our best crawl space repair solutions to meet their needs. After the unsightly, unhealthy, failing insulation was removed from the crawl spaces, these areas were encapsulated in CrawlSeal liner. This durable liner isolates the home from the earth, creates a moisture and vapor barrier, and helps with insulation. Vent covers also were installed on the home's exterior to prevent air and pests from intruding ever again. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these permanent solutions will help them save energy and gain storage space, and that their home will now be a healthier living environment for many years to come.
Updated Exterior Drainage System Will Help Keep a Basement Dry in Pataskala, OH
After living in his house for 15 years, a homeowner in Pataskala, OH, was ready to sell his house. He was having difficulty selling, as he placed the house on the market more than a year ago. He wondered why he could not sell the house, and he recently noticed a problem that could be preventing the sale. Some of the downspouts outside the home were disconnected near the foundation, and a small amount of water was seeping into the basement. The owner wanted to get this issue taken care of so he could sell the house and so the dwelling would be a dry home for the next owners. After seeing some of Ohio Basement Authority’s TV ads, he was eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help him. He met with one of our inspectors who evaluated the condition of the exterior drainage system and leaking basement. The owner was then eager for one of our crews to upgrade the exterior drainage system by installing new downspout conductor lines on the property. These lines were buried underground and directed to drain into the side yard. YardWell outlets were attached to the ends of the lines to conceal the lines in the yard. The owner is pleased this repair project was completed to help restore the home’s resale value and enhance its health and safety for the next owners.
Updated Exterior Drainage System Will Keep a Home Dry in Granville, OH
After living in her house for four years, a homeowner in Granville, OH, was growing concerned with the home’s exterior drainage system. She wanted to make sure the system would work properly to keep draining water away from her home, so she began to research repair methods and companies. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we upgraded the exterior drainage system by installing new, reliable downspout conductor lines. These lines were buried underground, and directed far enough away from the foundation so water from the system would not seep into the basement. YardWell outlets also were placed on the ends of these lines to camouflage them. The owner is pleased to have an updated exterior drainage system that will keep her home dry.
Updated Exterior Drainage System Will Keep a Home Dry in Hebron, OH

After living in their house for many years, homeowners in Hebron, OH, started to notice a problem with their exterior drainage system. Water seemed to leak inside the crawl space in the same area where gutter downspouts were located.

The homeowners plan to sell the house in the near future, and they wanted to make sure they addressed glaring problems around the house like this one. Their realtor recommended contacting Ohio Basement Authority for assistance. Once the owners met with one of our inspectors, they were eager for one of our crews to upgrade the exterior drainage system.

New reliable downspout conductor lines were installed. These lines were buried underground, and directed far enough away from the foundation so water from the system would not seep into the home.

The owners were pleased to have an updated exterior drainage system that will keep the home dry for the next owners.

Updated Exterior Drainage will Keep a Home Dry in Newark, OH
After living in their house for five years, homeowners in Newark, OH, just recently noticed a problem with water leaking into their basement through a certain corner. This also happened to be an area where downspout lines were disconnected near the home’s foundation. The owners tried a few do-it-yourself fixes, but nothing seemed to work. Concerned with mold and damage in the basement, the homeowners wanted to have this problem fixed once and for all. As they researched potential repairs, they came across information about Ohio Basement Authority online. They were eager to contact us and to meet with an inspector to learn more about how we could help them. Our inspector evaluated the condition of the exterior drainage system and leaking basement, and he recommended updating the problematic exterior drainage lines as the first step to solving the problem. One of our crews then installed new downspout conductor lines on the property. These lines were buried underground and directed to drain at the edge of the property. The homeowners are pleased to have an updated exterior drainage system to aid in keeping the home dry.
Upgrading a Sump Pump in Pataskala, OH
After living in their house for one year, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, wanted to sell the home. They were concerned with the resale value of the 98-year-old house, so they wanted to address a few repairs. One of these was an outdated, inefficient sump pump system. After hearing about Ohio Basement Authority, the owners were eager to contact us for more information about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who agreed the open sump pump was a danger. Our inspector then recommended one type of our reliable sump pump systems. One of our crews then replaced the older, failing sump pump system with a SafeDri Super Sump Pump. This system, which features a powerful 1/3 hp pump inside the liner, then pumps seeping water out of the home. A FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line to prevent flooding from frozen or blocked lines. The owners are pleased to now have an updated sump pump system.
Wall Anchors Repair and Stabilize Foundation in Granville, OH

When homeowners in Granville, OH noticed large cracks in the foundation of their 44 year-old home, they knew there was a problem. They discovered us online and decided our services and integrity were just want they needed to fix their cracking and bowing walls.

The Wall Anchor System was installed to stabilize and repair their foundation failure. To accomplish this, heavy-duty earth anchors were embedded into stable soil away from the walls and then these were attached to steel wall plates with long, galvanized rods. When the rods were tightened, they pulled the foundation back into place.

The homeowners can now rest assured that the walls they’ve lived in for 16 years will be stabilized with this reliable repair for years to come.
Wall Anchors Stabilize a Cracking, Bowing Foundation Wall in Newark, OH
During the last few years, homeowners in Newark, OH, noticed various cracks in one of the foundation walls were getting worse. The wall was also beginning to bow inward. These are common signs of wall failure, but can become dangerous and costly to repair if they are not address promptly and properly. The homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through websites like Home Advisor. We installed two heavy-duty Wall Anchors on the problematic south foundation wall. These anchors not only stabilize the wall, but they also offer the best opportunity to straighten the wall over time. The homeowners were pleased this permanent foundation repair solution was installed so their home will be more structurally stable for many more years to come!
Wall Anchors Stabilize, Straighten Cracking and Tilting Walls in Heath, OH
After living in her house for almost 40 years, a homeowner in Health, OH, was preparing to downsize and move into a smaller apartment. Her son was helping sell the home, but before putting the house on the market, he knew various repair projects needed to be completed. This included addressing a cracking foundation wall that also appeared to be slightly tilting inward. These issues seemed to be going on for many years. While they have not presented immediate dangers to the home or homeowner, the foundation wall could eventually fail if it continues to be neglected. Foundation walls in this condition also could affect the sale of the home. Hoping to permanently stabilize the problematic foundation wall, the homeowner’s son contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online. After one of our inspectors thoroughly evaluated the wall, one of our expert crews installed one type of our many reliable foundation repair products. Several Wall Anchors were installed on the wall to permanently stabilize and help straighten it. These durable galvanized steel anchors not only reinforce the walls, their unique design also allows them to be tightened for wall improvement. The home will now be a safe and stable living environment for future owners for many years to come.
Wall Anchors Stabilize, Straighten Cracking, Titling Walls in Alexandria, OH
After living in his house for 18 years, a homeowner in Alexandria, OH, noticed one of the foundation walls was cracking and tilting inward. The owner was worried these problems could further worsen and lead to safety and structural 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 completed a thorough evaluation of the problematic foundation walls, including measuring the walls for movement. Our inspector then presented the owner with one type of our many reliable foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then installed several Wall Anchors on the failing foundation wall. These heavy-duty, galvanized steel anchors permanently stabilize the wall, prevent any further cracking or inward bowing, and offer the best opportunity to straighten the wall because of their unique design. The owner is pleased these trustworthy repairs were completed to ensure the safety and stability of his home.
Water Line Installation in Pataskala, OH

Homeowners in Pataskala, OH, were excited to move into their house recently, but the older home's water service was outdated. Hoping to transition the previous well service and tap into city water, the homeowners contacted Ohio Basement Authority.

After obtaining the proper permits and inspections, one of our expert crews installed a new water tap and new water service line.

The homeowners are pleased to have an updated system that will serve their home for many years to come.

Water Line Repair and Replacement in Pataskala, OH

After living in his house for several years, a homeowner in Pataskala, OH, recently noticed a problem with the water line serving his home. There appeared to be a break in the line just outside the house.

As the owner quickly researched how to address this issue, he found information about Ohio Basement Authority on Angie’s List. He was motivated to contact us for a repair solution. The owner met with one of our expert inspectors, and then one of our crews repaired the damaged water supply line. The crew installed a newer, thicker and more reliable pipe for this line.

The homeowner is pleased to now have an updated and repaired water line.

BasementGutter & SafeDri Correct a Leaking Basement in Granville, OH
Longtime homeowners in Granville, OH, have been battling their leaking basement for several years. Every time it rained, water would seep inside and collect in large puddles throughout the basement. Not only were the homeowners tired of dealing with this recurring problem, they wanted to make sure the house would be a safe and healthy environment for their daughter when they sell it to her in the future. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed some of our many reliable waterproofing products that will always keep the basement dry. These included the sub-floor BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri Battery Back-Up System. If any water seeps into the basement, it will be intercepted by the BasementGutter system and drained to the SafeDri sump pump. This reliable system will always work to pump water out of the basement. This water is then pumped out of the basement and away from the foundation through sump pump discharge lines that were tied into new downspout conductor lines. Several structural steel I-Beams also were installed in one problematic corner of the basement in which the foundation walls were beginning to crack and bow inward. This area could have been the intrusion point for the seeping water, but the sturdy beams will permanently stabilize these walls and prevent further movement. The homeowners were excited these reliable products will permanently keep the home healthy, dry and stable.  
BasementGutter and SafeDri Will Keep a Leaking Crawl Space Dry in Granville, OH
Homeowners in Granville, OH, have lived in their house since it was built four years ago. However, it wasn’t until recently that they noticed water in the partial crawl space adjacent to the basement. Not only were they concerned with the health and safety of this area, they worried that a leaking crawl space would affect their ability to sell the home in the future. Hoping to find the best permanent solution, the homeowners began to research repair methods and companies. They contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we then installed a waterproofing system in their crawl space. Because the crawl space floor was concrete, we installed the BasementGutter interior drainage system. This sub-floor system intercepts any seeping water and drains it to the SafeDri sump pump. The powerful SafeDri then pumps the water out of the crawl space and away from the home’s foundation. The owners now have peace of mind knowing these reliable products will keep their home safe and dry for many years to come.
BasementGutter and SafeDri Will Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Heath, OH
After dealing with constant water issues in their basement during the 10 years they have lived in their house, homeowners in Heath, OH, were ready to fix the problem once and for all. They have noticed water seeping into the basement through a couple corners, and their sump pump overflowed on occasion. The owners mentioned these issues during their appointment with Ohio Basement Authority’s Inspector, Travis Burkart. He helped them create the perfect permanent solution. We installed the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system to intercept any seeping water. This water will then be drained into the SafeDri sump pump, which replaced the older sump pump system. The SafeDri Battery Back-up system will always work to pump water out of the home, even in the event of a power outage. An FreezeGuard also was installed on the exterior sump pump discharge line. The owners now have peace of mind knowing these reliable products will keep their home safe and dry for many more years to come.
BasementGutter and SafeDri Will Keep a Leaking Crawl Space Dry in Pataskala, OH

Since moving into their house six months ago, homeowners in Pataskala, OH, noticed an ongoing problem in the crawl space. Water seeps into this area underneath their home every time it rains. They want to make sure the home will always remain dry, so they researched quality repair companies.

They contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and we installed our reliable waterproofing system in the crawl space. The majority of crawl spaces are built with dirt or gravel floors, which calls for a certain type of waterproofing system. But some crawl spaces, like in this particular home, have cement floors. To best address the leaking crawl space, we installed the BasementGutter interior drainage system that we use in basements.

Any water that seeps into the crawl space will be intercepted by the unique BasementGutter system, and then directed to the SafeDri sump pump. This trustworthy sump pump system, complete with a back-up battery, will always work to pump water out of the crawl space and away from the home. An FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line, and vent covers were placed over the open vents.

The owners are pleased these reliable waterproofing solutions were installed so their crawl space and the rest of their home will be a healthy and dry environment for many years to come.

BasementGutter Drainage System and SafeDri Pump Keep a Basement Dry in Johnstown, OH
After living for 12 years in their house in Johnstown, OH, homeowners recently began to notice water seeping into the finished area of their basement. They removed portions of the drywall and found mold and water damage. Concerned with the health and safety of their home, they contacted Ohio Basement Authority. One of our expert crews installed the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system in the basement's perimeter. This system intercepts any seeping water and drains it into the SafeDri Battery Back-Up System that was installed. The reliable sump pump equipped with a back-up battery, will keep pumping any water out of the basement even in the event of a power outage. The homeowners are pleased these products were installed to keep the basement dry all the time.
BasementGutter Will Help Keep a Leaking Basement Dry in Utica, OH
After they moved into their house a few months ago, homeowners in Utica, OH, realized they had a leaking basement. Water seemed to seep inside through the area where the walls and floor meet. Hoping to achieve a quick fix, the homeowners applied a waterproofing paint to the walls. This failed, however, and water continued to seep into the basement. They are set to welcome their first child in the very near future, so the owners want to make sure the home will be a safe and healthy living environment. The last thing they want to worry about is a leaking, flooding basement. The owners discussed their basement issues with a trusted friend who also happened to be a happy Ohio Basement Authority customer. She encouraged the owners to contact us for assistance with a permanent basement waterproofing solution. After meeting with one of our experienced inspectors, the owners were eager for one of our expert crews to install the perfect interior waterproofing solution. The crew installed the sub-floor BasementGutter drainage system to catch any seeping water from the wall-floor joints. The water is then directed to the existing sump pump so it will be pumped out of the home. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this reliable installation will help keep their basement dry for their growing family.
Waterproofing a Leaking Basement for New Homeowners in Johnstown, OH
As they moved into their house, new homeowners in Johnstown, OH, noticed a problem in the basement. Water appeared to be leaking inside and leaving damage on the walls and floor. This greatly concerned the owners, and they wanted to have the issue fixed once and for all. As they began to research potential repairs, the owners came across Ohio Basement Authority’s website. They decided to contact us and were eager to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who completed a thorough evaluation of the problematic basement. Our inspector then suggested some of our reliable waterproofing solutions. One of our crews then waterproofed the basement with the BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri Triple sump pump, as well as exterior drainage lines and FreezeGuard and YardWell attachments. The basement’s perimeter was excavated in order to properly install the BasementGutter system. BasementGutter is designed to sit in the sub-floor and atop the footing to intercept seeping water from the walls and floor. This water is then directed to the SafeDri Triple sump pump. The three powerful pumps inside its large liner, as well as external backup battery, will always work to keep water out of the basement. The water is then pumped out of the basement through discharge lines. These lines also were tied into new downspout conductor lines that were installed on the property. FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line to prevent flooding from frozen or blocked lines, and YardWells were used to camouflage the ends of the discharge lines in the yard. The owners can rest easier knowing these trustworthy solutions will be protecting their home.
Waterproofing a Leaking Basement in Granville, OH
After living in their house for four years, homeowners in Granville, OH, recently noticed a problem in their basement. Water appeared to be leaking inside during heavy rains, and this resulted in puddles on the floor; wet, damaged carpet; and damaged walls. This greatly concerned the homeowners, as they plan to live in the house for many years. They didn’t want to have to deal with these issues every time it rained. As the owners began to research potential repairs, they came across our website. They were then motivated 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 basement, and our inspector recommended the perfect solutions that always would keep the basement dry. One of our crews waterproofed the basement with the BasementGutter interior drainage system, SafeDri sump pump, and exterior FreezeGuard and YardWell attachments. BasementGutter was installed in the sub-floor to intercept seeping water from the walls and floor. This water is then directed to the SafeDri sump pump. The sump features two powerful pumps inside its liner, as well as an external backup battery that ensures the system will always operate even when the power goes out. 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. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing these trustworthy repairs will help keep their home safe and healthy for many more years to come.
Waterproofing a Leaking Basement in Hebron, OH
After living in their house for several years, homeowners in Hebron, OH, were motivated to fix their leaking basement once and for all. They noticed water seeping inside and leaving puddles and visible damage behind. The outdated sump pump system also was failing to keep up with this water. As they researched how to address these problems, they learned more about Ohio Basement Authority through resources like Home Advisor. They contacted us and met with one of our inspectors who assessed the basement’s condition and recommended some of our trustworthy basement waterproofing solutions. One of our crews installed the BasementGutter interior drainage system to intercept any water that may seep inside the basement walls and floor. This water is then directed to the SafeDri sump pump that was installed to replace the older system. Along with a powerful pump inside the liner, the SafeDri system features an external backup battery that enables the system to continue to operate even during a power outage. The homeowners are happy to now have a dry basement and healthy home because of these reliable solutions.
Waterproofing a Leaking Basement in Kirkersville, OH
They have lived in their house for 20 years, but it wasn’t until the last few years that homeowners in Kirkersville, OH, noticed an issue in their basement. Water seemed to seep inside the basement and leave evidence of damage behind. The existing sump pump system was obviously failing to keep up with this seeping water, as well. The homeowners wanted to address this problem 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 assessed the basement’s condition and then recommended some of our reliable basement waterproofing solutions. One of our crews installed these products that included the BasementGutter interior drainage system and SafeDri Super sump pump. The sub-floor BasementGutter system catches any water that seeps through the walls and floor, and then directs this water to the SafeDri. The SafeDri then pumps the water out of the basement and away from the home’s foundation. A FreezeGuard also was attached to the exterior sump pump discharge line. The homeowners can rest easier knowing these trustworthy solutions will keep their basement free of water.
Waterproofing and Stabilizing a House for New Homeowners in Hebron, OH
Homeowners in Hebron, OH, were excited to move into their house and make it their own. But they were aware of some issues that needed to be repaired first. Water leaked into the basement during heavy rains, and several areas of the walls were cracking and tilting inward. Hoping to fix these issues once and for all, the owners began to research how to best address these problems. They found information online about Ohio Basement Authority, and 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 basement. Our inspector then recommended some of our reliable basement waterproofing and foundation repair solutions. One of our crews then worked to complete these projects. They first stabilized the foundation walls with IntelliBrace beams and Carbon Fiber supports. The Carbon Fiber straps, which firmly adhere to the walls to hold them in their current positions, were used on the walls with less cracking and movement. Several IntelliBrace beams were placed on the more severe walls to not only stabilize them, but to help improve their conditions. These beams can be tightened during dry seasons to help straighten the walls. The basement was then waterproofed with the BasementGutter drainage system, SafeDri triple sump pump, dehumidifier, and exterior FreezeGuard attachments. The sub-floor BasementGutter system catches seeping water from the walls and floor, and this water is then directed to drain into the SafeDri Triple system to be pumped out of the house. FreezeGuards were attached to the exterior sump pump discharge lines, and a dehumidifier also was installed in the basement to help improve the air quality. The owners can rest easier knowing they will have a safer and healthier living environment because of these reliable repairs.
Waterproofing Basement in Granville, OH
Homeowners in Granville, OH began experiencing leakage and dampness in their 102-year-old basement after a lot of rain. This continued to happen, so they called us in to take a look. One of our certified inspectors told them about several waterproofing products which would work together to effectively and permanently mend the situation. The homeowners decided to go along with his suggestions. The crew first installed SafeDri, which is a unique cast-iron sump pump system. It includes an airtight lid, a stand to prevent debris under the liner from entering the pump, and an alarm which sounds if water exceeds the point when the pump should have turned on. Then, they affixed FreezeGuard to the pump discharge line. This is an attachment that allows water to escape even if the pipe is frozen or blocked under any circumstance. Last, they installed BasementGutter around the perimeter of the basement. This is a specialized interior drain system with a unique trapezoidal shape. Holes on either side allow water to enter from on top of and under the floor, and a flange against the walls that collects water that may run down them. The homeowners are happy with the results, and they are no longer worried about water leakage or dampness in their basement.
Waterproofing Installations Will Keep an Older Home Dry in Johnstown, OH
Homeowners in Johnstown, OH, recently purchased a more than 100-year-old house. They noticed some water issues in the basement, so they contacted Ohio Basement Authority. We upgraded the sump pump system by installing the reliable SafeDri triple sump pump. Other waterproofing products that were installed included the BasementGutter drainage system, a dehumidifier, a sump pump discharge line and an outlet. A parge coat was also applied to the foundation walls to help waterproof and repair any other weaknesses. The homeowners were pleased these permanent solutions were installed in their house so that it will be a safe and dry living environment for many more years to come. Waterproofing Installations Will Keep an Older Home Dry in Johnstown, OH - Photo 1
Creating a Healthy Home with Radon Mitigation in Heath, OH
They have lived in their house since it was built 13 years ago, but it wasn’t until recently that homeowners in Heath, OH, became concerned with their living environment. They pondered the effects of radon on their health and the health of their 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 colorless, odorless, and tasteless. It also is a major health hazard. Exposure to radon gas has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths per year, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer. This alarmed the homeowners, so they had their home tested for radon. The results indicated their home’s radon levels ranged from 9 to 18 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is well above the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating for radon, which is 4 pCi/L. The homeowners wanted to make sure their home would always be safe, so they contacted Ohio Basement Authority to inquire about a radon mitigation system. We installed this system by creating a suction point in the basement’s concrete slab floor in order to suck the radon gas from the home. PVC pipes were connected to this suction point and directed through the attic and roof to properly expel the radon gas outside the home. A domed and sealed lid also was placed on the sump pump system to prevent radon gas from entering the home. The homeowners are pleased this reliable system was installed so they will have a healthier home for many years to come.
Enhancing a Home's Health with Radon Mitigation in Newark, OH
The future resale of their house got homeowners in Newark, OH, to thinking about how healthy and safe their home really was. They didn’t want any significant dangers to affect their quality of life or their ability to sell the home. Along with various repair projects to tackle in the meantime, the owners wanted to address any potential radon in the house. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can be found in homes across the globe. It is very hazardous, as it is a leading cause of lung cancer and it has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths. The owners were shocked to learn their home’s radon levels were 12 picocuries per liter (pCi/L), which is three times higher than the Environmental Protection Agency’s radon action level of 4 pCi/L. They wanted to lower the home’s radon level as much as possible, and they eagerly contacted Ohio Basement Authority for further guidance after learning about our company. One of our inspectors visited to review the radon test results with the owners, as well as our company’s mitigation procedures. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in the home to lower the radon levels as much as possible by drawing this gas from the home and ventilating it outdoors. A domed and sealed lid also was placed on the sump pump system in the basement to prevent radon intrusion through this location. The homeowners are pleased this reliable repair project was completed to help them enhance the health, safety and value of their home.
Mitigating Elevated Radon Levels for a Healthier Home in Johnstown, OH
While they have lived in their house for more than 20 years, homeowners in Johnstown, OH, recently decided to address an issue they previously kept on the backburner. They wanted to make every effort to reduce their home’s radon levels. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can be found in homes across the globe. It is very dangerous, as it is a leading cause of lung cancer and it has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths. Radon cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, making it difficult to detect without proper testing. After testing their house for radon, the owners were surprised to learn that their home’s level was 14 picocuries per liter. This is more than three times higher than the Environmental Protection Agency’s radon action level of 4 pCi/L. The owners previously worked with Ohio Basement Authority on another repair project, and they knew they could count on us again to help with their latest concern.  They met with one of our inspectors who reviewed the radon test results with them, as well as our company’s mitigation procedures. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system to draw radon from the house and ventilate it outdoors, thus lowering the home’s level as much as possible. The owners continue to be happy Ohio Basement Authority customers, and they are pleased this trustworthy repair project was completed to help them ensure the health and safety of their living environment.
Mitigating Elevated Radon Levels in Newark, OH
After recently moving into her house, a homeowner in Newark, OH, wanted to complete various projects to ensure her home’s health and safety. This included addressing the presence of radon. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is produced by the decay of uranium in soil and rocks. It is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, making it virtually impossible to detect without the proper testing. This radioactive gas also is extremely dangerous. Exposure to radon has been linked to more than 20,000 yearly deaths, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer. This alarmed the homeowner, so she had her home tested for radon. She was even more concerned when the test results indicated her home’s radon level was 36 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is nine times higher than the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating radon, which is 4 pCi/L. Hoping to find a permanent solution to this issue, the homeowner began to research companies that would be able to assist her. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company online, and we installed a radon mitigation system in her home. This involved creating suction points to draw radon out of the home. We did this by drilling holes into the concrete floor of the attached garage and crawl space. PVC pipe was attached to these holes 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 was extended through the roof. The homeowner now has peace of mind knowing this reliable repair solution has helped her create a safer and healthier living environment.
Mitigating High Radon Levels for a Home's Health and Safety in Newark, OH
As a homeowner in Newark, OH, prepared to sell her house, she knew she needed to address various repair projects around the home to enhance its health, safety and resale value. This included taking a look at the level of radon in the home. Radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas produced by uranium decay in rocks and soil, can be found in homes across the globe. It cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, but this gas is extremely dangerous. It is a leading cause of lung cancer, and it has been linked to upwards of 20,000 annual deaths. When selling a house, it is important to test for and disclose the radon level. The owner was shocked at the test results – 35 picocuries per liter, which is more than eight times higher than the Environmental Protection Agency’s radon action level of 4 pCi/L. The owner found information about Ohio Basement Authority online, along with our website, and she wanted to contact us to learn more about how we could help her. She met with one of our inspectors who reviewed the radon test results with her, as well as our company’s mitigation procedures. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system in the home to help lower the radon levels as much as possible. This was done by drilling a hole into the basement floor to draw radon from the house. Ventilation pipes were connected to this hole and directed to the home’s exterior. There, the pipe connected to a fan unit mounted to the side of the house. Additional pieces of ventilation pipe were attached to the top of the fan and directed up the side of the house and past the roof to safety and effectively expel radon from the house. The former homeowner, as well as the new owners, are pleased to now have a safer and healthier living environment because of this reliable repair solution.
Mitigating Radon for a Healthier Family Home in Newark, OH
Homeowners in Newark, OH, have lived in their house since it was built two years ago. They plan to live in the house for the foreseeable future, but they are greatly concerned with the health and safety of their family. They worried about the presence of radon, a naturally occurring, hazardous, cancer-causing gas. They had their house tested for radon, and they were surprised to learn that their home’s radon level was more than three times higher than the Environmental Protection Agency’s radon action level of 4 picocuries per liter. After hearing about Ohio Basement Authority and our mitigation services, the owners were eager to contact us to learn more about how we could help them. They met with one of our inspectors who reviewed the radon test results with them, as well as our company’s mitigation procedures. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system to draw radon from the house and expel it outside to lower the home’s levels as much as possible. The homeowners are happy to now have a safer and healthier living environment for themselves and for their children.
Mitigating Radon for a Healthier Home in Pataskala, OH
Homeowners in Pataskala, OH, have lived in their house since it was built five years ago. Recently, however, they began to seriously question the health of their home. They wondered if radon was present and affecting their quality of life. Radon is a naturally occurring gas produced by uranium decay in rocks and soil. This radioactive, colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas can be found in homes across the globe. Along with being a leading cause of lung cancer, radon also has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths. This greatly concerned the homeowners, so they wanted to take the necessary steps to protect their home as much as possible. After learning 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 helped them draw up a plan for a radon mitigation system installation. One of our crews then installed a radon mitigation system to help lower the home’s levels as much as possible. This involved creating a suction point to draw radon from the house, which was achieved by drilling a hole in the basement’s floor. Ventilation pipes were connected to this hole and directed to the home’s exterior. A domed and sealed lid also was placed on the existing sump pump system to prevent radon intrusion into the home through the sump pit. Once the interior ventilation pipes were directed outside, they connected to a fan unit that was mounted to the side of the house. This fan is an integral piece in helping ventilate radon out of the house. Additional pieces of pipe were connected to the top of the fan and directed up the side of the house and past the roof for safe and effective radon expulsion. The homeowners are pleased this reliable repair was completed to help them ensure the health and safety of their home.
Mitigating Radon in Heath, OH

Homeowners in Heath, OH, moved into their house in 2007. In recent years, there has been a lot of talk about radon gas and its effect on health and lung cancer. These Heath residents tested their home for radon and the results were 13.9 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). The EPA suggests keeping radon levels below 4 pCi/L for a family's health and safety, so these homeowners were concerned about their high levels. After coming across our information in a pamphlet, they called to schedule a free inspection and estimate.

One of our certified inspectors surveyed the home to determine the best placement for a radon mitigation system, and check for other issues the homeowners were not aware of. It turned out that radon was the only pressing issue at this time. The inspector decided that a suction point would be created in an unused back area of the basement. This is the place where radon gas will be sucked out of the home and released outside.

A knowledgeable installation crew then came in and installed this system. They also included a moisture guard around the exhaust pipe to collect condensation before it causes the fan to build up or rust. In addition, they put a radon dome lid on the sump pump. This is an airtight cover which will prevent radon from entering the home through the sump pit.

This system will greatly lower the radon levels in this home, and the residents are thankful for this.

Mitigating Radon to Create a Healthier Home in Utica, OH

Not long after moving into their daughter’s house, a couple in Utica, OH, began to question the health and safety of the home. They wondered if radon was having an effect on the living environment.

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is present in homes across the globe. It cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, but its effects are very real. Radon is a leading cause of lung cancer, and exposure to the gas has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths.

These factors greatly concerned the couple, so they decided to have the home tested for radon. The results indicated the home’s radon level was 4.7 picocuries per liter (pCi/L). This is just slightly higher than the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating radon, which is 4 pCi/L.

The couple contacted Ohio Basement Authority after finding our website, and they met with one of our inspectors to learn more about how we could help them. The inspector 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 the home. This involved creating a suction point to draw radon from the home. A hole was drilled in the basement floor to create this suction point. Ventilation pipes were then connected to the hole and directed to the home’s exterior. There, the pipe connected to a fan unit that further helps ventilate radon out of the home. Additional ventilation pipes were connected to the top of the fan and extended past the roof for safe and effective radon expulsion.

The couple now has peace of mind knowing this reliable repair has helped create a safer and healthier living environment.

Radon Mitigation in Granville, OH
A home in Granville, OH was tested for radon, and the result was a level of 21 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). The EPA suggests mitigating radon levels if they are 4 pCi/L or higher to create a healthier living environment for you and your family. After receiving these results, the homeowner wanted to have a mitigation system installed as soon as possible. He had heard that radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer, so he was worried. After doing an internet search, he discovered that we do free inspections and estimates, he called us to set up an appointment with one of our certified inspectors. This representative visited the home to do a radon test of his own, explain how a mitigation system would work, and determine the best way to install it. A radon mitigation system has several levels used to decrease the amount of radon in a home. Most importantly, it uses "Active Soil Depressurization" to prevent soil gas from moving upward into the home. Then, a radon fan and piping system pulls this gas out from under the floor and releases it through the roof. The homeowner elected to have this installed, so he scheduled an appointment with one of our skilled production crews. They set up the system within one day, and the radon levels started falling that day. Due to this dependable product, the homeowner now feels that he lives in a safe and healthy environment.
Radon Mitigation in Newark, OH

After living there for three years, homeowners in Newark, OH decided to test their home for radon. As more and more statistics and health concerns arise in the realm of radon, these homeowners chose to take the next step toward making their 51 year-old home a safer one.

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas found throughout the country. It is produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soils, and is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. This lack of sensory detection makes it even more of a health hazard. Exposure to radon gas has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths per year, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer.

For this Newark home, the radon test showed levels between 9-11 pCi/L (picocuries per liter) — more than double the EPA’s suggested action level of 4 pCi/L. To lower these troubling levels, we installed a radon mitigation system which will reduce the levels by more than 50%.

The homeowners can now have peace of mind knowing that these reliable repairs will make their home a healthier and safer place to live.
Radon Mitigation in Pataskala, OH
During the last year, a homeowner in Pataskala, OH, has been thinking about addressing radon in his house. Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that is produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil. While this naturally occurring gas is present across the country, it also is very dangerous. Exposure to radon results in more than 20,000 deaths per year, and it is the second-leading cause of lung cancer. While this was alarming to the homeowner, he didn’t seriously start thinking about it until he put his house on the market this year. After learning more about Ohio Basement Authority through our website, the owner contacted us to test his home for radon. The results indicated the home’s levels were 16 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). This is four times higher than the level at which mitigation systems are recommended for homes, which is 4 pCi/L. The homeowner was eager for us to install a radon mitigation system in his home. This involved creating a suction point by drilling hole into the basement’s concrete slab floor. PVC pipe was then connected to this hole and directed to the home’s exterior. This pipe also is connected to an exterior fan that helps ventilate the radon gas outside. We also placed a domed and sealed lid on the existing sump pump system to prevent possible radon infiltration through this system. The homeowner was pleased this reliable repair solution was installed so his home will be a safer and healthier living environment for the next owners.
Radon Mitigation in Saint Louisville, OH
As they began to move into their house and make it their own, new homeowners in Saint Louisville, OH, wanted to make sure to attend to any repair needs that would enhance the health and safety of the home. This included addressing potential radon in the house. Radon is a naturally occurring gas produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil. This radioactive gas can be homes across the globe. It is colorless, odorless and tasteless, but its health effects are very real. Radon is a leading cause of lung cancer, and prolonged exposure to this gas has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths. These factors greatly concerned the homeowners, so they wanted to take the proper steps to prevent radon from impacting their living environment. They heard about Ohio Basement Authority and our radon mitigation services through one of our employees. Eager to learn more about how we could help them, the homeowners contacted us to set up an appointment to meet with one of our inspectors. Our inspector then helped draw up a plan for installing a radon mitigation system in their large basement. Two suction points to draw radon from the house were necessary because of the size of the basement. These suction points were created by drilling holes into the basement’s concrete floor. Ventilation pipes were attached to these holes and then directed to the home’s exterior. There, the pipes connected to a fan unit that was mounted to the side of the house. This fan, as well as additional ventilation pipes that extend past the roof, is integral in ensuring radon is safely and effectively expelled from the house. A domed and sealed lid also was placed on the sump pump system to prevent radon intrusion through the sump pit. The homeowners now have peace of mind knowing this reliable repair has helped them create a safer and healthier living environment.
Radon Mitigation System Helps Create a Healthier Home in Newark, OH

A new homeowner was excited to move into her new house in Newark, OH. She would like to make this house her forever home, so maintaining a healthy living environment is very important to her.

She was concerned with the levels of radon in the home, so she contacted the experts at Ohio Basement Authority to help her address this issue.

Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that is common throughout the country, especially in Ohio. It is a product of decaying uranium in rocks and soil. It also is a hazardous gas that results in more than 20,000 deaths each year, and is the second-leading cause of lung cancer.

Radon mitigation systems are strongly recommended in homes with radon levels above 4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). The results in the new homeowner’s house were 37 pCi/L.

This alarmed the owner, but we were able to quickly install a radon mitigation system to safely pull radon from the house and ventilate it outside. We also replaced the sump pump’s lid with a sealed and domed lid to prevent radon from escaping.

The owner now has peace of mind knowing these installations have helped her create a healthier home she will be able to enjoy for many years to come.

Radon Mitigation System Helps Create a Healthier Longtime Home for a New Homeowner in Newark, OH

After recently moving into his house, a homeowner in Newark, OH, wanted to make sure his longtime home would be a safe and healthy living environment. He was concerned with the level of radon in his home, and wanted to take steps to make sure these levels were as low as possible.

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is colorless, odorless and tasteless. It is produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil, and it is present across the country. This gas is very hazardous, however. Exposure to radon has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths every year, and it is the second-leading cause of lung cancer.

Radon mitigation systems are strongly recommended in homes with radon levels at or above 4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). The homeowner contacted Ohio Basement Authority, and the 48-hour test that we conducted in his home indicated the levels of radon ranged from 27 to 35 pCi/L.

We then installed a radon mitigation system in the owner’s home to safely pull the radon gas from the house and ventilate it outside. This involved cutting a hole in the basement’s slab floor to create a suction point. PVC pipe was then connected to this hole and directed to the home’s exterior. A fan was placed on the outside of the home to help ventilate the radon out of the home.

The owner was pleased this reliable system was installed in his home so it will be a healthier place for him to live for many years to come.

Radon Mitigation System Replacement in Granville, OH

Excited to live in a newly built house, homeowners in Granville, OH, wanted to ensure the long-term health and safety of their living environment. After speaking to a trusted loved one who recently had work completed by Ohio Basement Authority, the homeowners realized their radon mitigation system may not be effective.

Mitigating the naturally occurring radon gas that is extremely hazardous is very important to the homeowners. Radon has been linked to more than 20,000 deaths each year, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating for radon when radon levels are above 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L).

The homeowners were alarmed when we tested their home and the results indicated the home’s levels ranged from 50 to 54 pCi/L. We then installed a proper radon mitigation system by removing the older system and sealing the existing suction point. Two new suction points were created in the vast basement’s concrete slab floor to suck the radon gas from inside the home. PVC pipes connected to the suction points were directed to the attic to a ventilation fan and through the roof for the proper exhaust of the radon gas.

Updated Radon Mitigation System Creates a Healthier Home in Alexandria, OH
Homeowners in Alexandria, OH, have lived in their house since it was built 15 years ago. A radon mitigation system was installed as the home was being built, but the homeowners were concerned it may not be properly operating. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas produced by the decay of uranium in rocks and soil. It cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, but it is extremely hazardous. Exposure to radon gas has been linked to more than 20,000 annual deaths, and it is a leading cause of lung cancer. Radon is measured in picocuries per liter (pCi/L), and no level of radon is ever safe. Even 1 pCi/L is equivalent to 2.5 cigarettes a day. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends mitigating radon when levels reach 4 pCi/L, and the World Health Organization’s radon action level is 2.7 pCi/L. Taking all these factors into consideration, the homeowners wanted to be sure their home was safe. After administering a test through Alpha Energy, the homeowners learned their home’s radon level was 4.6 pCi/L, just above the EPA’s recommended remediation level. The owners learned more about Ohio Basement Authority through Alpha Energy, and they were eager to contact us for assistance with effectively removing radon from their home. We replaced their existing passive mitigation system with a newer system including an attic-mounted fan. This minimizes noise levels of the fan and protects the home’s exterior aesthetics. Pipes connecting the interior suction points to the attic fan also were directed through and past the roof to safely expel radon gas. A domed and sealed lid was placed on the sump pump to prevent radon from passing into the home through the sump pit, a pressure gauge was attached to one of the exterior pipes to verify the fan and system’s operation, and all cracks in the floor were sealed. The homeowners are pleased to have an updated mitigation system that will help keep their home safe and healthy.
Work Requests From Licking, OH
in Andiron Drive in Etna
I am wanting to finish my basement, while down there and inspecting the walls I noticed what appears to be shrinkage cracks but one of them I can see sunlight through. I would like these cracks examined to see if they need repairing prior to continuing any work.
in Aster Ct. SW in Etna
Bowing/cracked basement wall
in Hathaway Rd in West Jefferson
Have water coming up from foundation in finished lower level of home I just purchased.. Have made the insurance claim. Please call ASAP.
in Highland Aveune in Buckeye Lake
Just bought a home and crossbar is having water issues. Not sure if sub pump is bad or what needs to be done to prevent water or moisture
in Lesley RD in Newark
Water is leaking in the basement from I believe the floor up. Musty smell, there could be many more things wrong.
in Longwood Crossing Blvd in Etna
Have area at patio where foundation seems to have a leak. Would like to have rest of foundation/down spouts looked at.
in Pike St. Sw in Etna
I would like a quote to waterproof my basement. Please contact me through email.
in Runkle Drive in Etna
My husband and I bought a cottage at Buckeye Lake, OH that is not on a cement foundation, but on pilings. The interior of the house smells very musty. We know we have foundation issues that must be replaced based on the home inspection. We would like to understand if you could fix the foundation issues and do an encapsulation process to stop the moisture issues under the house.
in Spring Flower Way in Etna
Thinking about finishing the basement
in Stoney Hill Rd Se in Newark
We tested high for radon and would like estimate on Radon System Installation / Radon Removal.
Serving the following Licking, OH zip codes
Newark 43058, Newark 43093, Newark 43055, Etna 43018, Pataskala 43062, Heath 43056, Granville 43023, Johnstown 43031, Buckeye Lake 43008, Hebron 43025, Saint Louisville 43071, Utica 43080, Croton 43013, Homer 43027, Kirkersville 43033, Alexandria 43001, Gratiot 43740, Brownsville 43721, Jacksontown 43030, Summit Station 43073
Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Julie and Mike R.
Pataskala, OH

The company representative we met with was very informative. He presented the company’s products and services well, and did not push any services on us. He was concerned with what our desires and needs were for our basement.

I appreciated Brendan offering ideas for the basement now and for the future, as well as the installation crew manager.

Licking, OH Customer Review
4.8
Maxine
Etna, OH 43062
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Tom
Etna, OH 43062
Licking, OH Customer Review
4.5
Tami
Pataskala, OH 43062
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Tim
Hebron, OH 43025
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Jane
Pataskala, OH 43062
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Alexis
Pataskala, OH 43062
Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Marcella R.
Pataskala, OH

Travis was very professional and gave a great presentation, explaining all the options and advantages of your system. A friend had a bad experience with another company, so after Travis’ presentation I didn’t feel the need to talk to any other company.

The installation crew called in advance to let me know they were on their way. They checked with me before leaving to make sure I was happy with the cleanup.

The entire experience was wonderful from start to finish. I was very impressed with everyone I came in contact with, and their work was fantastic.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Alan P.
Heath, OH

I’ve seen Ohio Basement Authority’s commercials and heard about the company through word of mouth, and I chose to work with you because of your courtesy and cost.

Travis was professional and knowledgeable. He answered my questions in a respectful manner.

All members of the crew were professional. They fully explained what they were doing and how the drainage system they installed would work. Excellent job! There’s no evidence that they had even been here, except for the wet cement.

From start to finish, your representative and crew made this a positive experience! Even better, this has been an extremely wet few days and I can see/hear the sump pump and drainage system doing their job to keep my basement dry. THANK YOU!!!

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Dave R.
Heath, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the company’s reputation with the Better Business Bureau.

Dave and his crew were very polite and knowledgeable, and they completed the install in a short time. I’m very happy with the installation, and I hope it works to eliminate the radon gas issue.

Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Lyle
Heath, OH 43056
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Sharon
Newark, OH 43055
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Charles
Pataskala, OH 43062
Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Mary F.
Newark, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of a reference from the company that did my radon test.

The inspector I met with was a very knowledgeable and polite young man that took the time to explain the process to me and answer any questions that I had.

The installation crew members also were extremely polite and courteous young men! They took special care throughout the entire process to keep my home clean.

Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
William
Newark, OH 43056
Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Nancy M.
Pataskala, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the display at a home show at the Columbus Convention Center, and the presentation by the representative at my home. He gave a very good presentation and pointed out problems with my basement.

After the work, my basement was cleaner than when the installation crew arrived.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Shannon S.
Johnstown, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because the company was quick to come to my house and take care of my problem.

David was wonderful. He educated me on my basement problem and what I needed to fix it.

I definitely would recommend Ohio Basement Authority if you are having basement problems. They are very professional and caring.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Pam G.
Johnstown, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the quick response to my initial call, as well as the in-home inspection.

Corey was amazing! He was very knowledgeable and answered all my questions without me feeling like he was talking down to me. He was good at anticipating concerns and addressing them readily. The office staff also was very helpful and responsive to all of my questions.

The installation crew was very polite, as well as very personable. They worked well together and were willing to help me understand all of the processes they were doing. And my home is wonderfully clean. This was a worry for me at first, but everything was handled very professionally.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Nicholas B.
Johnstown, OH
Ohio Basement Authority did basement work at this house for the previous owner. I wanted the warranty to carry over, plus I heard you were the best! Travis was great! The crew also was awesome and very informative.
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Nick
Johnstown, OH 43031
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Joe
Johnstown, OH 43031
Licking, OH Customer Review
5.0
Geoffrey
Granville, OH 43023
Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Candice D.
Newark, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the price of the repair and the company's professionalism.

Clark was very nice and knowledgeable when explaining everything.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Donna M.
Newark, OH

I chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the fact that you got back to me so quickly.

The crew was great and went above and beyond on what they did and to explain things to me. I was very impressed.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Les S.
Granville, OH

We’ve seen Ohio Basement Authority in our neighborhood. We chose to work with you because you were professional and followed through with phone calls, the estimate and a timeline. The inspector we met with also was professional and followed up with our questions.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
James R.
Newark, OH

I contacted two companies and OBA responded while the other one didn't. Your representative came out and did the estimate and explained everything. He is a nice, polite young man.

Licking, OH Customer Testimonial
Garrett N.
Pataskala, OH

Justin did very well in presenting us with our repair options and financing. He helped us prioritize some of the issues that he discovered. We then chose to work with Ohio Basement Authority because of the ease and speed of the free quote, reasonable pricing, and the ability to prioritize services performed.

Jose was great to have on the installation crew. He kept me updated, did a clean job, and good, fast work.

Andiron Drive
in Etna
I am wanting to finish my basement, while down there and inspecting the walls I noticed what appears to be shrinkage cracks but one of them I can see sunlight through. I would like these cracks examined to see if they need repairing prior to continuing any work.
Aster Ct. SW
in Etna
Bowing/cracked basement wall
Hathaway Rd
in West Jefferson
Have water coming up from foundation in finished lower level of home I just purchased.. Have made the insurance claim. Please call ASAP.
Highland Aveune
in Buckeye Lake
Just bought a home and crossbar is having water issues. Not sure if sub pump is bad or what needs to be done to prevent water or moisture
Lesley RD
in Newark
Water is leaking in the basement from I believe the floor up. Musty smell, there could be many more things wrong.
Longwood Crossing Blvd
in Etna
Have area at patio where foundation seems to have a leak. Would like to have rest of foundation/down spouts looked at.
Pike St. Sw
in Etna
I would like a quote to waterproof my basement. Please contact me through email.
Runkle Drive
in Etna
My husband and I bought a cottage at Buckeye Lake, OH that is not on a cement foundation, but on pilings. The interior of the house smells very musty. We know we have foundation issues that must be replaced based on the home inspection. We would like to understand if you could fix the foundation issues and do an encapsulation process to stop the moisture issues under the house.
Spring Flower Way
in Etna
Thinking about finishing the basement
Stoney Hill Rd Se
in Newark
We tested high for radon and would like estimate on Radon System Installation / Radon Removal.

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