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Mike began experiencing water intrusion in his basement at the start of 2016. Unsure as to what to do, he began searching for a company that would know what to do. In his search Mike found us: Peak Structural. We came out in March 2016 and took a look at the basement. Our design specialist inspected the home and proposed a waterproofing system that included a sump pump and Waterguard. In these pictures you can see a portion of the area where the Waterguard would be installed, and that same area after installation.
Thor owns a home in Colorado Springs, CO. Lately, his basement had been experiencing some flooding issues. For a professional opinion, he contacted Peak Structural for a free estimate with one of our design specialists. The expert came out to Thor’s home and conducted a thourough evaluation of the basement. After finding the flooding, the specialist recommended that Thor have the WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing system installed along the perimeter of the basement, as well as the TripleSafe. With these two products working together, the water will be pumped out of the basement to the exterior of the home. Happy with the solution, Thor decided to move forward with both products.
This is an installation of Waterguard and a Sump Pump in a Colorado Springs basement. After the recent heavy rains, this homeowner couldnt keep their basement dry – they now dont have to worry during the next storm!
Grant K. noticed cracks in his foundation and decided that he needed to get this issue taken care. He called Peak Structural and the Peak Structural Team went out and after providing the estimate, began working to get the foundation back in order. Here you can see what the crack in the foundation looked like before and after Peak Structural went out to Cenntenial, CO.
Travis called us with concerns about his master bedroom floors sagging. After further inspection, Peak Structural diagnosed the problem to be a corroded main beam, that was being held up by 4×4 wooden supports. Peak Structural replaced the old beam with a new beam, and installed three adjustable SmartJacks that allowed them to raise and secure Travis’s sagging floors.