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A basement in Arvada, CO had multiple cracks in the walls of the basement and window wells that were not allowing natural light into the space. After the Peak Structural Team went out and provided a no cost estimate for the project, Chris and his team went out and patched the cracks, installed wall anchors, and removed the window wells. Now the basement walls are straight, strong, and there is plenty of natural light in the basement space.
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Because of drywall in finished basments, sometimes it’s difficult for homeowners to get a good visual on what’s happening to a wall. Once the dryall is removed, the evidence of a failing wall is plain as day. Cracks forming in the foundation mean soils are pressing against the wall, compromising the structural integrity.
The Geo-Lock wall anchor is a clean, unobtrusive solution to stabilizing bowing walls.