Peak Structural, Inc. serving Green Mountain Falls, CO 80819

Responsible basement waterproofing, foundation & crawl space repair, and concrete leveling company serving Green Mountain Falls, CO

We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized Basement Systems dealer in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado.

Services we offer in Green Mountain Falls:

Wet/flooded basement waterproofing solutions.
Lifetime warranty on all perimeter waterproofing systems.
Foundation and structural repair solutions.
25-year warranty against manufacturing defects on foundation products.
Crawl space sealing with CleanSpace vapor barrier.
Concrete lifting and leveling with PolyLEVEL (mudjacking alternative).
25-year warranty on crawl space encapsulation systems.
Financing Available
Written estimates and inspections and fast installation

News from Green Mountain Falls

Floodplains in Colorado Springs

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by Cassi Sherman Henes

Whether you live or work in the eastern plains or western foothills of the Pikes Peak Region, you could be at risk of flooding. Within minutes, a thunderstorm can escalate into a dangerous flood. Severe thunderstorms over the mountain topography have proven to be a lethal. In 1864, 1915, 1935 and 1970, floods resulted in deaths and extensive damage in this area.  More recently, the flood in 1999 caused millions of dollars in property losses.
Flash floods are usually caused by thunderstorms over the mountains during  the summer months, from May through September.
  • Persons downstream are at the greatest risk and may not hear or see the danger.
  •  A flash flood monitoring system, developed by Pikes Peak Regional Building Department’s Floodplain Administration, continuously transmits rain and stream data to Emergency Management agencies.
  • When heavy rains occur, it is best to monitor local television or radio to receive current warnings and watches.
  • Remember that it’s never safe to play in gutters or swollen streams.
Increased Groundwater = Foundation Problems
If an area has recently seen flash flooding, heavy rains followed by hot summer days, or even sprinkler breaks, the ground start to shift due to the increased moisture.
Check for:
  • Existing cracks weep water
  • Your basement has a higher relative humidity than the rest of your home.
  • You have elevated radon levels and cracks in your foundation
  • You have struggled with mold problems in the past
  • You notice that your basement walls and/or floors appear dark in spots. 
CONTACTS:
DRAINAGE FACILITY REPAIR/MAINTENANCE
Colorado Springs Streets Division 385-5934
El Paso County Dept. of Transportation    520-6460
Calhan City Hall 347-2586
Fountain City Hall 382-8521
Green Mountain Falls Town Hall 684-9414
Manitou Springs Streets Dept. 685-5596
Monument Public Works Dept. 481-2436
Palmer Lake City Hall  481-2953
FLOOD RISK, CONSTRUCTION, INSURANCE
Pikes Peak Regional Building Dept.           327-2800
Floodplain Administration    327-2907
Floodplain website www.pprbd.org
FEMA web site         www.fema.com
FEMA (toll free) 1-877-FEMAMAP
Weather  information www.weatherbug.com
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Colorado Springs Office 385-5957
El Paso County Office 575-840
Floodplain address search
http://www.pprbd.org/PublicAccess/AddressSearch.aspx?SearchType=Floodplain

Work Requests Green Mountain Falls

Spruce Avenue in Green Mountain Falls

Left message on voice mail. Looking to get estimate on structural repairs for home he is purchasing.

Grandview Avenue in Green Mountain Falls

I am buying a cabin in Green Mountain Falls. It has only been used in the summer. I would like to insulate the crawl space, wrap pipes, so that it is inhabitable in the winter.

EL Paso Ave. in Green Mountain Falls

Uneven floors and not enough support in crawl space

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