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"After moving in to our new home, we found a crack in the foundation upon inspection. It looked like it had once been pasted over with concrete but not properly grinded/filled. It was beginning to crack again. Jeremy showed up on-time and was able to diagnose and fix on the spot without a second visit. He grinded out the poor concrete job and filled it with hydraulic cement. He then sealed it with a rubber compound and went on his way. There was little to no effort on my part and Jeremy was a pleasure to deal with."
Robert D. – Burlington, MA
There can be a number of reasons behind these problems. In many cases, the culprit is leaky pipe penetration and rusty tie rods. If you want to eliminate the problem completely and permanently, you need an expert hand. Done Right Services offers the best expertise and experience in pipe penetration and tie rods repair. Using the best technology and techniques, we offer commercial, residential, and industrial repair all across Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.
As a company with high regards for customers' wellbeing and benefit, we offer the best service with a promise of shortest turnaround time. Also, we want you to stay aware of the serious threats a leaky pipe or tie rod can pose to you and your family.
You must understand that the accumulated water and moisture can cause a vast number of health issues. Not only does it convert your home into a breeding ground for mold and musty mildew smells, it can also damage the foundation of your home
Typically, the hole surrounding the pipes that penetrate into the concrete floor or a wall is larger than the pipe itself. If the pipe is not sealed properly, a resultant gap can cause water infiltration and leakage. We can help you get rid of the issue by using high-quality elastic polymer that remains immune to wear for many years
Tie rods are the metal rods that are used during the foundation forming process. Since these are made from metal, they eventually get rusty and worn. Degrading tie rods are unable to hold the water in the ground. The water makes way into the home and that is why you may be experiencing moisture or water in the basement around these areas.
At Done Right services, we specialize in identifying the rusty tie rods that may be the root of all your problems. Once the problem is positively identified, we use polymer fillers to seal around the areas from where the water is entering the home. The result is long-lasting solution to all your problems including wet basement and high radon levels.