This house is a 1940’s built house that had issues with water seepage. The existing foundation was an old style “dirt form” foundation. This means that the below grade exterior of the foundation was formed by the dirt. This method of forming leaves the exterior of the wall with severe undulations and is very difficult to waterproof. From a structural perspective, this type of foundation wall usually has a “flanged out” footing instead of a regular footing that would be poured separately.
Due to the type of wall that existed we had to excavate in a slightly different manner than most foundation excavations and keep the bearing angle of the bottom of the wall in mind when elevating the bottom of the excavation such that the weeping tile installed would be properly located below the top of the interior floor without undermining the bearing angle of the footing.
It is terrific to see that your company’s motto of “Quality without Compromise” is more than just words… The job was completed ahead of schedule and…
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for a job well done. After this past weekend’s deluge, our basement was left completely dry….
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