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A proper assessment is the first step to confirm the right repair for your basement.


Your home is one of the biggest investments you will make in a lifetime and is of great value to you; we take great pride in every repair we complete. You put your trust in us and we won't let you down; we treat every home as if it were our own. 

We offer a free foundation inspection and quote.

Our specialists are ready to answer any questions you might have about your foundation, work process, and offer you any details you need to put your mind at rest. Our specialists know that their job isn’t only to fix your foundation, but also to help you feel at ease with the choices you make.


Preventing Water Damage to Your Home’s Foundation is vital. Heavy precipitation in time can damage the foundations of your home if is not protected. Dry basements protect against water infiltration, moisture damage, and mold. By waterproofing your basement not only are you are investing in your home’s value but your peace of mind.


The proper water drainage system makes a big difference. Groundwater under and around your foundation can lead to several long-term issues. If you’re experiencing basement flooding, foundation damage or drainage problems, then a French drain system may be the best solution for your home. Water can cause problems in many ways, both in and around a building’s foundation. Excess water can damage the foundation and leak directly through foundation cracks and compromise structural integrity. French drains help redirect water away from foundations to prevent this from happening. French drain systems will protect the property for years to come and keep your home structurally sound!


One of the most common foundation problems is foundation cracks caused by temperature changes, soil pressure or soil shrinkage. Cracks can grow and worsen over time, and if they aren’t repaired, it could lead to moisture in your basement and create the perfect conditions for mold or possibly lead to water infiltration.  Structural cracks are caused by foundation movement and can, if they’re not fixed quickly, in time could jeopardise a building’s structural integrity. Non-structural cracks are caused by concrete shrinkage during the curing process and doesn’t endanger a building’s structural integrity. Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean non-structural cracks are harmless because wall cracks can allow water to seep in. By repairing the cracks in a timely manner, you can avoid further foundation issues that could be more costly in the long-run. ​


Is your garage or basement floor cracked? You might have pyrite. In Quebec, pyrite is critical issue found in older homes; pyrite is a mineral that is found in stone and expands when comes in contact with humidity and oxygen. The backfill under the garage or basement slab expands and causes the basement or garage to lift and and crack. It can also cause foundation cracks.  A sign you may have pyrite is star-cracks found on the concrete slab and/or white powder on the floor.

The solution:  Remove the concrete slab, then remove the existing contaminated gravel. Add new DB certified gravel and then pour the new concrete garage or basement floor.


Raising the height of your basement ceiling by lowering the basement floor increases both the usable living space and the long-term value of your home. If you want to talk about the options available to lower your basement to create more livable space in your home, call and speak to our specialist for a free quote. 


If your garage floor slab cracked or deteriorated, we can fix your garage floor by replacing the slab.

Our expert team of concrete floor contractors are here to help.


Having a garage drain will prevent water from pooling in your garage and save you the labor of sweeping it out. A drain can prevent ice from building up in the winter.


Section of the 2010 Quebec Construction Code requires that the foundation exceed the ground by at least 6 inches. Therefore, if the underside of the window is located less than 6 inches from the finished floor, it must be fitted with a window well.


A French drain camera inspection is to determine the reasons behind efficacy issues or water infiltration problems. The French drain inspection helps us determine whether it is necessary to change the drain or simply clean it. Easy, speedy, and effective, the camera inspection has become the ideal way to ensure the condition of a drain.

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