Moving water away from your foundation, and concrete slabs is critical to having a dry basement, and long-lasting concrete walkways and driveways.
Adding downspout extensions can be a simple as just adding more downspout piping at the bottom of the downspout to take it several feet away from the foundation. Or, it could mean excavating a trench and tying the downspout into existing drain systems. Whichever method is needed, this is something that we recommend more often than not when we are doing concrete leveling.
Why Use A-1 for your Downspout Extensions?
- Get the job done in a timely manner
- Experienced professionals who will do the job right the first time
- Years of experience in the concrete industry
- No job is too large or too small
- Our work is guaranteed
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Supported by our National A-1 Franchise Network
- A-1 is a fully insured contractor
- Professionally-trained technicians
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Gary will often be the one at your front door when you've called A-1 Denver for concrete leveling or foundation work. He knows just what it takes to lift and level your concrete slabs or strengthen and lift your foundation. He will always offer the best solution for your particular job.
Keystone Foundation Repair was hired to come out and repair a block foundation wall that developed a crack and bow. Crew was here on time, worked quick and cleaned up after they were done. I called back a week later out of an abundance of caution over a concern about how some of the bracing that was installed. Andrew, the original estimator and project manager for project, came out and documented the bracing, and agreed that there were some improvements that could be done. In addition, while adding extra bracing, he found some workmanship (unnoticed by me) that could have been done better, and took care of it as well on the spot, all under the lifetime warranty that KFR provides. While I hope to never call for foundation repair service again, if I have to, I would use Keystone Foundation Repair without hesitation.