FOUNDATION WATERPROOFING AND DRAINAGE REPAIR

Excavate Foundation, Repair, and Waterproof Basement

Scope of Work

 

1.    Excavated around the two sides of the church, and around the back. The excavation extends down to the footer supporting the masonry walls.

2.    Cleaned off the walls after exposed (pressure washed when required).

3.    Installed window wells at each window.

4.    Waterproofed the exposed walls from footer to ground level. Installed protection board over the waterproofing.

5.    Installed a foundation drain around the building. Extended it to daylight (positive drainage over the hill).

6.    Tied each gutter downspout into the foundation drain.

7.    Backfilled the excavation with #57 stone to provide drainage.

8.    Installed 6 topsoil over the stone and sowed grass over the disturbed area.

9.    Poured concrete at the front of the church, to fill in between the two sets of steps. Sloped the concrete to drain away from the building.

 

BEFORE PHOTOS:

Moldy and rotten basement and top flooring due to foundation moisture and drainage problems

 


 

DURING AND AFTER PHOTOS:

FOUNDATION EXCAVATION AND WATERPROOFING


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

INTERIOR BASEMENT REHABILITATION

 Cleaned out majority of moldy and rotten portions of basement

Scope of Work

 

1.    Tied up the existing light fixtures to the subfloor above.

2.    Removed all ceiling tile and ceiling grid.

3.    Removed all wall paneling, and wood framing for walls. Where necessary, left framing that is required to support the subfloor or electrical items.

4.    Removed all floor covering.

5.    Removed kitchen cabinets, appliances, and shelving.

6.    Removed kitchen plumbing as required, and capped off. Bathroom fixtures removed and capped.

7.    Sprayed a mixture of water and bleach on all exposed surfaces in order to reduce mold and mildew (sanctuary sub-floor, walls, and floor).

8.  Removed material and disposed of at a landfill licensed for construction debris.

9.  Existing furniture to wiped down and left in the basement.


DURING AND AFTER PHOTOS

INTERIOR BASEMENT REHABILITATION

GUTTING OF MOLDED AND ROTTEN PORTIONS AS NEEDED
AND BUDGET ALLOWED

  

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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