Hi, guys! Thanks for joining me. Today we’re talking repairing a cast in place foundation.
The 38-foot-long basement wall in this house has moved laterally and we need to stick some soldier beams on it.
We’re also going to remove a berm that was supposed to redirect the water away from the house. Instead, it directed water towards it.
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We’ll put in a drain tile system and a sump pump. It will discharge out and away from the house using a downspout. And that will take the “why” away.
Once that’s out of the way, we’ll go ahead and fix the wall by putting five soldier beams on six-foot centers. But the wall is built on 3-foot centers, so we’ll have to see where its beams are set and move a little of the plumbing around to do it.
But we’re going to get this wall fixed!
This is Stephen Burton from Waterproof Solutions. Call me if you have any questions!