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Concrete Floor Installation

A crawl space with exposed gravel or dirt subjects a house to different forms of rot. Foundation Medix recommends replacing your cracked basement floor with a new floor that is better suited for future basement finishing. We also recommend installing a new drain tile system. This added feature will prevent future basement seepage. These installations provide considerable savings when performed together instead of at separate times.

What Are the Most Common Issues Caused By An Non-Concrete Floor?

The most common issues seen today are:

  • Mold
  • Mildew
  • Radon
  • Raised humidity levels

All of these contribute to an unhealthy home, increasing your risk of lung issues and cancer. Installing concrete over the exposed dirt or gravel in your crawl space instantly creates a healthier environment for you and your family by sealing off the main source of rot. It also can be used as a great place for storage now that it’s sealed off from the outside elements. Call today and get a quote for your concrete floor installation.

Our Concrete Floor Installation Solution

Replacing a cracked basement floor or covering a dirt/rock floor with a new concrete one is essential to ensuring your home’s air, foundation, and your health are in good shape. We work quickly and efficiently to install new concrete. If our inspection reveals further problems with your basement, we may combine it with water management solutions such as an interior drain tile system or a sump pump.

Concrete Floor Installation

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