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- Push Pier Underpinning For Settlement
- Foundation Leveling
- Sinking Foundation Repair
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- Geo-lock Helical Anchors
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Downspout extensions are a great way to get rain water away from your DE foundation

Downspout extensions are a great way to get rain water away from your DE foundation

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Downspout extensions are a great way to get rain water away from your DE foundation Downspout extensions are a great way to get rain water away from your DE foundation

This home in Newark, DE had a real issue with the basement leaking. When DryZone's inspector Johnny Scarborough arrived, he quickly saw something the needed to be fixed. Most of the downspouts around the house emptied onto a driveway or sidewalk, but not the one on the back of the house. This downspout drained only a foot or so from the house. Basically it was creating a funnel to direct the rain to one spot of the home. The downspouts out front hit the concrete driveway and drained away. The force of a heavy rain coming from this area was almost the same as a fire hose directed right at the foundation. Is it any surprise that the basement leaked and flooded really bad in this area? By extending the downspout out and away from the home, the rain water won't cause such a problem. It is a great way to help out your basement drainage system.

PolyLevel Sidewalk at a Home in Newark, DE

PolyLevel Sidewalk at a Home in Newark, DE

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PolyLevel Sidewalk at a Home in Newark, DE PolyLevel Sidewalk at a Home in Newark, DE

DryZone was able to create a safe walking area for this homeowner. 

Foundation Repair in Newark, DE

Foundation Repair in Newark, DE

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Foundation Repair in Newark, DE Foundation Repair in Newark, DE

The homeowners of this house noticed a crack in their foundation from the outside while they were planning to sell their home. Inside their home, they had a finished basement with drywall on the walls. They had never noticed the crack inside their home before but after the inspection a large crack extending from the top of the foundation to the footer was revealed. Further inspection revealed that the side walk to the front door had settling as well. For this homeowner the fix was to install 6 push piers in the basement to put the house back into its original position. 

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I was very happy with the fast response and Mario did an awesome job!
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Newark Expert Structural & Foundation Repair

Do you have a crack in your foundation? Is your foundation settling or sinking? Are the walls in your basement bowing in? If your foundation needs help you can trust DryZone, LLC to help repair your foundation. Our years of experience and industry-leading products and services from the Foundation Supportworks network allow our foundation repair specialists and geo-technical experts to provide a custom solution to resolve all of your foundation repair needs.

Commercial & Residential Foundation Products & Services Offered in Newark, DE:

  • Foundation wall repair
  • Crawl space support posts
  • Foundation helical & push pier systems
  • Tilting chimney repair
  • Foundation & house leveling
  • Spray concrete
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  • FREE written estimates and inspections, and fast installation

PolyLevel Concrete Lifting & Leveling in Newark, DE

If you have sinking or settling concrete at your Newark home or business your uneven surfaces can prove to be unsightly, but more importantly you have a tripping hazard. Maybe a slab is leaving a shed or air conditioner unlevel. Our PolyLevel concrete lifting polymer injection solution can resolve your uneven concrete problems. PolyLevel is less intrusive than the traditional slab jacking or mudjacking methods and can be completed in less time. Contact us today for a free quote!

  • Mudjacking and slab jacking alternative
  • Concrete slab repair
  • Sidewalk leveling and repair
  • Pool deck leveling and repair
  • Foundation & house leveling
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  • FREE written estimates and inspections
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If a house is built with a basement or crawlspace, DryZone can install push piers or helical piers to correct a sinking or settling foundation. What...
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Job Stories From Newark, DE
Thermal Images Show Heat Loss

Ever wonder why you have higher heating bills in the winter? Once reason could be the warm air escaping through the floor joist and into the crawl space Our system design specialist bring with them various tools to help illustrate to homeowners various issues in and under their home. This image taken by a thermal imaging camera shows that there is a significant heat loss coming through the floor joists from the main part of the home. On this day the relative temperature outside the home was 72 degrees. Inside the home you can see that the blue is the coldest reading at 57 degrees, the green is the heat that is coming from inside the home into the crawl space. Lucky for this homeowner the problem was noticed before the winter. Now they will be able to keep their feet toasty and their heating bill low by insulating the crawl space with SliverGlo. 

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Humidity Readings in Newark

These reading were taken in November. You can see that the reading just out side of the crawl space has low humidity reading. The reading taken inside of the crawl space is much higher. Mold grows at 60% humidity and is sustained at 50%. For this homeowner the solution was to install SaniDry and to encapsulate the whole space. 

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Dry Basement System in Newark Home

This home had serious signs of water damage and water seepage through the walls. When water seeps through the walls this means that the soil outside of the home if rich in moisture and during large periods of rain seep through the concrete. Concrete is a not a waterproof material, so then they build homes they add a water proof tar outside of the home. Over years that barrier breaks down and water can begin to leak in through the walls. Many times contractors will suggest that Derek, their system design specialist, suggested a few things that will help keep their basement dry and rid of moisture that did require digging up the whole yard! First, they needed a place for the water to drain, installing the WaterGuard Systems gives the water a space to go that will direct it to the SuperSump. This ensures that the water will be directed to the correct place. In addition the homeowner choose to instal bright wall. BrightWall Panels are durable 4 by 8-foot sheets of rigid plastic paneling that are clean, bright, and won't come off the wall like paints and sealants will. BrightWall stops water vapor from getting through your walls and also drains away any wall leaks down to your WaterGuard. BrightWall is perfect for a clean and bright storage area or work space.

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SmartJacksĀ® in Newark Home

This homeowner in Newark started to notice creaky floors and doors that were not shutting correctly. Understanding they they had structural issues they called DryZone to see what they could do. After their home inspection they realized that the best solution would be to install Smart Jacks. These will help to stabilize and lift the home. Structural damage like this is usually caused by wood rot and moisture in the crawl space. As the moisture enters the crawl space, mold can grown and begin to break down the organic wood material. The weight of the home begins to crumble fro the ground up. Smart Jacks help to stabilize the home so that for years and years this homeowner won’t have any issues with the floor joists. The clean space system will insure that no more moisture will enter the crawl space. 

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Homeowner's Sidewalk was a Tripping Hazzard

This homeowner's sidewalk was dangerous and hard to navigate. When dealing with settling of this nature, the typical response is to either rip up the concrete and replace or to use mud jacking to raise the slab. Ripping up the concrete and be costly and can still have settling down the road. As well it takes time for the concrete to cure and the pathway wouldn't be passable for some time. This is a huge inconvenience for the homeowner. Mud jacking is an old approach to leveling concrete that that is not always reliable and causing a huge mess and clean up. This involves drilling a hole into the concrete and pouring more concrete under the slab. 

Rather then using these two approaches, the homeowners chose to use PolyLevel. This is an innovative way for DryZone to lift and level the concrete. Using a 2 part compound, we drill a small, dime sized holes in to the concrete, inject the PolyLevel compound and slowly raise the slab to the desired level. This takes a matter of minutes and is ready for traffic within 15 minutes of curing. Josh Richmond our PolyLevel foreman was able to successfully raise the slabs and create a safe walking area for the homeowners. 

PolyLevel injection has so many uses. Similar would be the application used to raise 300 feet of busy Route 1 highway near Middletown and Dover. 

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Work Requests From Newark, DE
Vicinity of Ingleside Rd in Newark
Replace French drain and sump well in basement
Vicinity of Barnwell Ln in Newark
Had a home inspection done on a house I will be purchasing and the foundation came back with high moisture readings.
Vicinity of Perpen Court West in Newark
I'm finding moisture in my basement.
Vicinity of Alanrose Ct in Newark
Looking to understand options on porch which sank a bit but is not damaged or cracking
Vicinity of Fiske Ln in Newark
Having some standing water issues and drainage in my back yard.
Vicinity of Gray Fox Ridge in Newark
There are a few spots where my concrete is cracked at the end of my driveway. Need repair.
Vicinity of Council Circle in Newark
Crack in foundation in basement causing water leakage
Vicinity of Arizona State Dr. in Newark
Looking into polyaspartic for garage floor. Old floor removed and new slab poured 7 weeks ago. 500 square feet.
Vicinity of Beacon Lane in Newark
Need slabjack work on my front walkway. pls let me know if you can provide this service.
Vicinity of Norcroft Court in Newark
Looking for a rough estimate for a two car garage to determine if we can get this done in the near future or if we need some more time to save.
Vicinity of Sonnet Dr in Newark
Bowing on brick above garage, some cracks on walls on house, would like to get a structural check?
Vicinity of Fiske Lane in Newark
Cracked foundation
Vicinity of Avigon Drive in Newark
Foundation crack leak
Vicinity of in Newark
Flooded, leaks
Vicinity of Golf View Dr in Newark
Slab to condo slopes. Estimate to level it out.
Vicinity of Timberwood Blvd in Newark
Sinking front steps, chunk of foundation concrete has come out. Issue in basement with water
Vicinity of Taylors Farm Drive in Newark
We sold our home and in the inspection report, they found a few cracks in the walls of the unfinished basement. We've never had a leak, however, the new owner wants them filled in. Wanted to get a price to do that. thanks.
Vicinity of Linden Tree Lane in Newark
My realtor wanted me to reach out to see about settlement crack throughout my house. We recently just moved in a couple of months ago and there are severals cracks in the house.
Vicinity of Meadow Wind Circle in Newark
Looking to have an egress window installed in our unfinished basement.
Vicinity of Ruthar Drive in Newark
Sunken slab on drive in ramp
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19702, 19711, 19712, 19713, 19714, 19715, 19716, 19717, 19718, 19725

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