Why Get a drain tile Inspection
How is an Inspection Done
Other Reasons to get an Inspection
Things to be Careful for
What We Will do For You
Measuring Plumb, As-Built Position, and Displacement of Walls
Wall Movement; as determined from a built position
Wall Shearing at Base-- usually occurs at 2nd course from the bottom of wall
Dropped, settled, or rotated footing.
Source of Water Problem and Where Stains Can Be Found
High water table
Cracks in wall
Poor grading, pitch of concrete, downspout extensions, gutter problems or other maintenance issues.
Broken storm sewer lines (under ground sump discharge)
Pitch of underground stratum or field tiles
Sump pump malfunction
Water entering above grade through brick veneer and sills
Ice damming on roof
Private Property Program
Preparing for a Flood
This is what a satisfied customer had to say:
Dale was very helpful and thorough as he explained what the problem was with our basement. He took as much time as necessary to make us aware of how the drainage system is supposed to work and how the repair would be done. We are very satisfied with the work. We had a very heavy rain in March and the basement is dry!
-Mr. & Mrs. Dean Kapp, New Berlin, WI
Some southeast Wisconsin communities we provide basement repair, drain tile, and
inspection services to:
Bay View, Bayside, Brookfield, Brown Deer, Cudahy, Fox Point, Franklin, Glendale, Greendale, Greenfield, Hales Corners, Lisbon, Menomonee Falls, Milwaukee, Muskego, New Berlin, Northern Racine, Oak Creek, Pewaukee, Shorewood, South Milwaukee, Sussex, Vernon, Waukesha, Wauwatosa, West Allis, West Milwaukee, and Whitefish Bay.
Please call us if you do not see your area listed.