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6 Reasons to Seek Out Professional Help for Basement Waterproofing

If you are wondering if you need basement waterproofing, the answer is yes. Basements are prone to dampness anyhow, and they are the first place you may find leaks. It might seem like an unnecessary cost but not compared to the cost of water-related repairs you may need later on. Regardless of whether you have […]

The KC Pier Wall Brace System

So today we’re here in Lenexa, Kansas to discuss the KC Pier wall brace system. So we’re going to walk you through all the steps of how we ended up to this repair right here. Initially, when the homeowner contacted us for a consultation, what they had seen was some diagonal cracking on their walls […]

Shawnee, KS Crack Injection and Wall Braces by KC Pier!

So today we’re in Shawnee, KS. And what we’re going to go over is I-beam braces and crack injection. On this particular house, the back wall had some stress fractures coming off both sides, which is sure signs of the wall coming in. The cracks weren’t that big at all. What we did was we […]

Extreme Wall Pushback in Overland Park, Kansas

How’s it going everybody? It’s Lucas Scheele with KC Pier and Kansas City Property Guys and today we’re actually out in Overland Park. Going to be looking at a little bit of a foundation project with an extreme wall pushback and lucky for us, we got Brian Dufour, the Director of Operations for KC Pier, […]

Kansas City Wall Cracks and Water Intrusion

Hi, my name is Eric Sheele. I’m with KC Pier. Today we’re out in Topeka, Kansas and we’re helping these homeowners relocate to the state of Washington. We’re helping them on the KC Property Guy’s side, as well as on the KC Pier side with the basement. Before the property guy’s side get here to […]

BOWED WALLS AND WALL CRACKS!

Today we will be discussing bowed walls and wall cracks of a foundation. Currently we’re on the inside of a house in Belton Missouri where we are just completing an exterior waterproofing and beaming and we’re looking at our results today! This was a wall that had moved about three inches in at the time. […]