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One product that we do not get to install too often is the Turtl Crawlspace Entrance, which is a shame because it is a very cool product! They are installed when a crawl space entrance is located below ground level, which is one of the main reasons we do not get to put them in too often. These are airtight and leak-free entrances, so when it rains, you will not have to worry about water getting into your crawlspace.
The "before" photo shows the old crawlspace entrance, which certainly was not the prettiest sight. While it did have a cover, it still has a lot of areas for water to leak into. This entrance is also pretty tight to squeeze into, which the Turtl fixes!
The "after" picture shows the Turtl in action! As you can see, this entrance is much cleaner and nicer to enter the crawlspace in! You can also see the CleanSpace liner has already been installed in the crawlspace, which is another way we help to prevent water from making its way into the crawlspace.
Foundation repair is an extremely common problem that we get called out for. However, this homeowner had a crack in their basement wall that was one of the bigger ones that we had seen in awhile. It was impressive that the crack in the wall was able to get as big as this before the homeowner gave us a call to come out and look at their basement. This crack was easily 1-2 inches wide, if not more.
The "before" photo shows what the crack in the wall looked like before any work was done on the basement. As you can see, this crack is very wide, much wider than the rest of the cracks in this basement, and many other homes that we have installed push piers on. Again, the fact the homeowner allowed the crack to get this large is incredible. However, the more impressive thing was how well the push piers brought the crack back together.
The "after" photo is almost unbelievable compared to the before. The push piers did an incredible job on bringing the wall back together. They were able to take a crack with at least a one-to-two inch gap all the way up and reduce the gap to almost nothing. After the two sides of this rift were pushed close to each other, our crew went back and resealed the crack, which will look almost just like the wall when it dries out.