Peak Structural, Inc. serving Monument, CO

Responsible basement waterproofing, foundation & crawl space repair, and concrete leveling company serving Monument, 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 Monument, Colorado.

Services we offer in Monument:

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

Monument Job Stories

Waterproofed Stone & Brick Foundation in Colorado Springs, CO

The majority of the time, when basements are flooded with water, the seepage occurs on the floor where the foundation wall meets the slab. However, because concrete is porous, hydrostatic pressure on the outside of the wall, can force water not only through the floor joints, but can actually course water THROUGH the wall itself!

That’s just what Helen, in Monument, CO experienced with her basement. An old stone & mortar foundation, Helen had water appearing on the face of her foundation wall and cascading down the interior right into the basement.

She then called Peak Structural out for an inspection, and Systems Design Specialist Brandon Armstrong stopped her problem. Brandon called for WaterGuard to be installed along the perimeter, and the Basement Systems Cleanspace Wall Liner along all leaking parts of the foundation. This ensures that any moisture/water that makes its way into the basement, will be guided down the wall, right into your interior piping system. This water is then sent away by a Sump Pump.

Helen can now rest easy knowing that any way water tries to flood her basement, she’s covered on all ends.

Window Well Replacement in Monument, CO

When this Monument homeowner began landscaping his backyard, he noticed his window wells weren’t in great shape. He decided to call Peak Structural for a free estimate to evaluate his options.

When Design Specialist Matt Marine began looking at the window wells, he saw they desperately needed replacing. The 3 existing wells were made of railroad ties that had started to rot. Water filled the window wells immediately when it rained, causing water to leak into the basement.

Matt proposed the installation of three new corrugated steel window wells, as well as steel grates with polycarbonate covers to prevent anyone from falling in. The homeowner decided to upgrade to have a Stacked Stone print on the window wells for a more aesthetically pleasing look.

The installation took one day, and now this Monument homeowner can rest easy knowing his window wells are safe from rot and his basement is safe from water intrusion.

News from Monument


By Bill B.
Monument, CO 80903
September 18, 2017


By Justin
Monument, CO 80132
September 2, 2017
“Jeff did a great job explaining the process. He was very knowledgabe and helpful. Not one question went unanswered. He even went out if his way to drive me to his store to show mw examples. Brandon Dodd as foreman with young Anthony were extremely professional and knowledgeable regarding my indoor drainage installation. Both very curteous and their work was clean and detailed. They care a lot about their craft. I was very impressed with their honesty which saved me $2000 and since I have contracted a window well installation as well. Anthony is a great worker and his expertise is admirable. I would hire these gentlemen again and request them for my window well installation.”


By Doug K.
Monument, CO 80132
July 6, 2017


By John T.
Monument, CO 80132
July 6, 2017
“Nathan Swanson and team did a perfect job, explained everything he was going to do, was very accommodating to my requests, and cleaned the area after he completed the work. Well done.”


By Steven N.
Monument, CO 80132
June 22, 2017
“very professional. Great follow up. did what they said in the time they quoted. nice, considerate above and beyond.”


By Tricia S.
Monument, CO 80132
April 18, 2017


By Michelle D.
Monument, CO 80132
September 7, 2016
“Jannay (spelling?) was great. Very thorough and walked me through the steps of everything he was doing.”


By Erik R.
Monument, CO 80132
July 1, 2016
“I’ve used Peak Structural for two jobs now. I will definitely use them again if the need arises. Eric B and Paul C took care of the polyfill job. They were very professional, very conscientious and as someone who does a lot of home improvement work, I believed they treated my house like it was their own. Peak Structural has been great. Two jobs now and both completed earlier than originally scheduled with great results. You’ve got a good thing going.”


By Basil M.
Monument, CO 80132
August 13, 2014
“We knew about Aaron Moore and trusted him.”

Work Requests Monument

Woodmoor Acres Dr in Monument

I have a support pillar at the front of the house that is sagging/sinking. Not attached to the main foundation but has a concrete pier some depth underground.

Will O The Wisp Way in Monument

Over the years it looks like the support column that supports the roof over the front porch. Like to get a estimate on raising it back up.

Caribou Dr W in Monument

I am seeking a solution to exterior concrete steps that have settled. I am seeking an estimate for “mud” jacking the steps to their original placement.

Spring Valley Riad in Monument

Garage floor sinking

Saber Creek Dr in Monument

I’ve got a couple of slabs of concrete near garage that’s sunken in and I’d like them raised. Thanks!

Bowstring Rd in Monument

Basement Water seepage into carpet recent occurrence near the water and sewage connect to house. Basement is finished unable to see source.

Sunlight Way in Monument

I have a 3-car garage. The cement slabs in front of the garage have sunk 1-11/2 inches were the slabs marry-up to the garage floor.

Metham Court in Monument

Estimate for sinking concrete driveway. Has a basement Referred to the office by a friend. Appointment set

Portland Rd. in Monument

Looking for estimate on egress window wells. Referred by internet. Appointment set.

Woodmore Dr in Monument

The caller needs an estimate for window well replacement Referred by a company sign Appointment set

Lazy Summer Way in Monument

Requesting an estimate for a settling porch. Referred by a local home magazine. Appointment set.

Doewood Drive in Monument

Looking for a egress window estimate. Caller has previously contacted office. Appt was set. Telephone number was taken from caller ID.

Belatrix in Monument

We need our rear patio leveled.

Century Lane in Monument

Our crawl space is wet and muddy, no standing water. We need it dried out and vapor barrier put down. Our house is under contract and this was a part of the inspection.

Bridle Ridge Drive in Monument

Leaking in the basement/foundation.

INDIAN SUMMER LANE in Monument

Leaky basement wall after several days of rain. I think I need install a sump pump.

Agate Creek Drive in Monument

Leaks in basement

Pebble Creek Ct in Monument

We’ve owned this house for 10 years, and our sump pump has never once turned on. But it has run continuously for the past 2 weeks. Today we notice the basement carpets are like wet sponges. I’d like someone to look at the problem and give us an estimate of what it would take to make the basement waterproof so this can’t happen again.

Brockenbury Ct. in Monument

Ground water leaking into unfinished part of basement. Restoration team vacuuming but still leaking. Say we need sump pump. Trying to prevent damage to finished area. Need help ASAP.

Open Sky Way in Monument

Request a quote on repair/install two window wells in basement, leaking.

Shadowood Drive in Monument

Replace existing wood window wells and add covers

Woodstone Way in Monument

We need white vapor barrier i stalled in our crawl space.

Misty Creek Dr. in Monument

I have one egress trapping water and leaking between the egress well and exterior of home.

South Park Dr in Monument

Cracked finished basement wall. Water leaking through

Candletree Circle in Monument

Looks like upheaval raised the house by about an inch. There is a steal pier in the basement on a support beam. There are cracks in the drywall on the main floor above the basement. There is also a large crack in the concrete slab, not the foundation. The best way to contact is me is via e-mail.

Case Studies Monument

Case Studies: Flooded Basement Repaired in Monument, CO

Thursday, October 15th, 2015 by Matt Marine

Challenge

Michelle Dougherty had been cooridinating a very large family reunion in her home for months. She was expecting kin from all over the country to visit her home in Monument. Many of whom were staying with Michelle. What she wasn’t expecting, was the longest spout of rain this area has experienced in nearly 80 years! The result: water leaking into her beautifully finished basement, destroying the carpet and sheetrock in nearly every room. Apart frmom the damage to her home and belongings, this was a hiccup in her party plans. With little time to spare, all the furniture and finishings had to be moved out for carpet removal, and the framed sheetrock walls would need to be repaired, as well. Though, it makes little sense to spend money on these repairs when there’s a clear-cut issue of water intrusion that will most likely happen again & again.

In stepped Peak Structural. Systems Design Specialist Matt Marine inspected the home, and concluded that water is entering the basement in two spots. The majority of the water being forced through the cold joint (where the foundation wall meets the footer & slab) by hydrostatic pressure, as well as water filling the window wells like an aquarium and making its way inside. To resolve these issues permanently, Matt prescribed the patented WaterGuard System to permanently keep this basement dry.

Solution

WaterGuard was needed on 3 walls experiencing water. The Peak crew removed the concrete slab away from the wall, and applied WaterGuard directly on top of the footing to channel all water away. Michelle did have a sump pump in place, but not all pumps are made equally. Her current pump died when it was needed most. Peak replaced this pump with a Zoeller M53, one of the best residential pumps on the market, as well as the Basement Systems Super Sump on the other end of the basement. 

Additionally, HydroFlo was installed alongside WaterGuard where areas of the slab are lower than the concrete slab, and well ducts were installed to drain the water-collecting window wells, and guide water straight into the WaterGuard System.

This extensive amount of work was completed in just 2 days, giving Michelle extra time to plan the restoration of her basement so her Family Reunion can stay on target. And it did!

Testimonials Monument

“I give Peak Basement Systems so many kudos! You were highly recommended by my mold remediation company…”
-Jackie A. from Monument, CO
“…We certainly wouldn’t want something like a foundation repair to happen again, but if it does on another house, we would use you again! I have already recommended Peak Basement Systems to all of our neighbors… “
-Linda M. from Monument, CO
“I found Peak online and I was very impressed with the staff.” 
-Bob W. from Monument, CO
“We felt very safe – and didn’t have concerns as we continued about our schedule of life. They even came back without any grief when we had a question.”
-Kimberlee B. from Monument, CO
“Peak Basement Systems products and pricing were great!”
-E A. from Monument, CO
“From start to finish, the Peak Structural team made dealing with a difficult, emotional situation easy.”
-Michelle D. from Monument, CO