Serving Greater Toronto, Mississauga, Toronto, Markham
The Priceville, ON homeowner had a wet basement every spring and was tired of the water. She decided to call Clarke Basement Systems to solve her problem. After we sent a specialist to the home, we decided to install a SuperSump sump pump to the basement. This kept her basement dry!
At first glance the basement in the before picture looks similar to any other basement with tons of random things stored there but once we were able to inspect the walls, we noticed a crack from one window to the other. It is easier to see in the after picture.
To stop the foundation wall from bowing in, Clarke Basement Systems installed CarbonArmor Reinforcing System, which is the same material to reinforce bridges, skyscrapers and bomb shelters. With our CarbonArmor installed, this Burlington homeowner can now rest at night, knowing that his bowing basement wall is taken care of.
Today's job was a lift of a front entrance slab and step in Oakville. It needed to be lifted 3 inches in order to match up the adjoining walkway and two driveway slabs.
This homeowner's front entrance and driveway needed a lift after years of normal wear and tear to their home, so they called Clarke Basement Systems to help solve the issue. We sent out inspector, Paul Mendell to take a look at their home and he made incredible recommendations.
We were able to lift the concrete slabs back to it's original height and also match up the adjoining walkway and two driveway slabs. Once the lift and void fill was complete, we finished off the project by neatly sealing all treated areas with Nexus Pro.
A home in Oakville, Ontario, had problems at the side of the home. There was a section at the side of the house, apart of the pool deck that had sunk 1.5” causing a trip hazard with the adjacent slabs.
The customer called Clarke Basement Systems and spoke to John DiNicolantonio, the Project Lead, who explained everything that would be done. The Canadian Concrete Leveling Foreman , Billy McKeown, drilled small, dime sized holes through the concrete and injected our PolyLevel Foam underneath the slabs. The foam followed the path of least resistance underneath the concrete to fill all of the voids and then expanded. We were able to use the expansion of the foam to lift the walkway to protect them from further settlement and eliminate trip hazards.