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Is your basement flooding during heavy rains? If you have noticed that that your basement or crawl space has excess water after strong storms or in the after the snow from winter melts or you have a wall or floor crack in your foundation, then you know this is a potentially dangerous problem. Our team at American Eagle Professional Services, Inc. is here to assist you when there is any kind of basement or crawl space flooding issues. We use methods that have been tested to keep your home mold and water free. Our professionals in the Stevensville area are trained to properly identify issues in your crawl space or basement and to provide you with a repair plan to resolve the issue. We install waterproofing and mold control solutions for homeowners that are backed by years of industry experience.
If you’ve noticed a problem with your crawl space, basement, or foundation it is important that you contact our experts. We say this because there are a number of issues that could be hazardous, including mold growth, water damage, and foundation failure. If you are in need of our basement waterproofing products to stop water from damaging your home, foundation repair services to prevent foundation damage or crawl space services to prevent uneven floors, our experts are here to help you.
Have you noticed mold growth in your basement or crawlspace? Are there any negative effects of this mold growth? Our team at American Eagle Professional Services offers professional mold testing and mold remediation services to help combat the mold growth in your basement or crawlspace. We have years of experience identifying and removing mold from basements and buildings in Stevensville, and can help you solve any issues you may be experiencing.
Our mold remediation and abatement techniques are guaranteed to stop mold growth at the source. In some cases where the humidity levels in your home are unmanaged, we will advise homeowners to have a dehumidifier installed in their basement or crawlspace.
Toxic Black Mold is potentially one of the most dangerous molds that exists. However, by being able to identify black mold and understand how to test for and remove it, we can help to keep your home free of toxic black mold.
Toxic Mold can cause a host of health issues or allergic reactions. Most times, depending on the how long you were exposed, symptoms can include chronic fatigue or headaches, fever, irritation to the eyes, mucous membranes of the mouth, nose, and throat, sneezing, rashes, and chronic coughing. In cases where you have had exposure over a long period of time symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and bleeding in the lungs and nose may occur.
Your basement is an important area in your home regardless of whether you are using it for storage or have it finished as a living space for your family. This means it is imperative that you keep the area dry and that any excess humidity and flooding are controlled. There are a number of areas that water can enter your basement, because of this we offer a number of different repair solutions and products to help keep the water under control. The primary place where we find basement water leaks is where there are cracks in the foundation walls. These are usually in the mortar joints between blocks and cracks in your concrete wall. It can also occur with floor cracks and at the cove joint where the foundation walls and floor meet.
Regardless of the issue you are having we have solutions that will collect and expel water from your basement. If you have leaky wall cracks, one of the solutions our experts will recommend is to have a wall crack repair product installed to control the crack growth and water leak. If water is entering at the cove joint or other areas we can install a custom drainage system to help remove the water. In some more extreme cases, we may recommend installing a sump pump system to help with the removal of water. Our experts have the basement waterproofing solutions you need to keep your home dry.
The foundation of your home is most likely one of the most important support structures of your home. Not only does it support the home itself but also the basement walls. If you have foundation problems, they will normally show themselves as stair stepping cracks in blocks and horizontal cracks that run the length of the foundation walls. In addition to this, you will see that the windows will not open easily. You may also see a problem where the basement walls have begun to press inward or bow. You may not think these problems are dangerous when you see them, however, they are all indicative of a sinking or settling foundation that should be checked out by our team at American Eagle Professional Services, Inc. to determine if a repair needs to be installed.
Often Times, many foundation problems stem from common issues and our experts are very good at noticing these problems. We can offer a repair solution designed for your particular problem to permanently stabilize the foundation. If the issue is a sloping foundation, we can install a system of foundation piers to stop the sinking. Depending on the extent of the damage and where it is we can use either helical piers or push piers. Both are very strong and can stabilize your foundation. If you’ve noticed bowed basement walls, depending on how much the wall is buckling, we can install foundation wall anchors to pull the walls back to their original location and provide neededsupport.
In the Stevensville area, there are a number homes that were constructed with crawl space areas instead of basements. For years they were created with open vents to the outside. These vents were designed help keep fresh air moving through the space and to keep it dry. Unfortunately, this is not what really happens, having these open vents allows water to get in during heavy rain. This water tends to stay in your crawl space resulting in the humidity level staying too high causing mold growth. With homes that have crawl spaces, up to half of the air entering your home enters through the crawl space, so having the space protected from the outside and controlling excess humidity will be better for the overall air quality in your home.
Our team has been encapsulating crawl spaces since we opened our doors, and we know the most efficient way to close them off and control high humidity. This is achieved using a process known as encapsulation which is the installation of a waterproof line, sometimes accompanied by a sump pump to keep water out of your crawl space. Encapsulation will stop bugs and animals from getting into your crawl space as well allowing you to use it for storage. Moisture in your crawl space can also cause saggign floors. We can install a tested crawl space support system to stop sagging floors and support your home.