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For the past 25 years we have been solving basement and foundation problems for homeowners in Astoria. Over the years Quality 1st Basements has become known for quality, long-lasting solutions made possible by our 25 patented basement products. The experience, the right tools, financing options and a dedication to quality makes us the go to contractor in Astoria.
Where there is water and organic material you can expect mold and rot. This is especially true of wet, damp spaces like the basement and crawl space. The good news is that we can prevent it from happening by installing our patented interior drainage system, high-volume sump pump and energy-efficient dehumidifier.
Any water that enters the space is quickly captured in the drainage channel where it runs to the sump pump and is driven out of the home and away from the foundation. You never notice the system working but it protects you from flooding, water seepage, burst pipes and leaking water heaters. The custom dehumidifier we provide keeps the air dry enough to prevent mold growth.
Our waterproofing system keeps your basement or crawl space permanently dry and we know it works. That is why we provide a transferable, lifetime dry-basement warranty. No more wet basements or damp crawl spaces.
Foundation problems need to be fixed immediately. Letting them sit for months only allows the issue to worsen and increases the foundation repair costs. We provide non-invasive repairs to fix the foundation problems of your Astoria home. From wall braces to push piers we use the right custom solutions for your specific foundation issue. Our foundation repair products have a 25 year warranty.
We also work in lifting and leveling sunken concrete slabs. We use an PolyLEVEL, an expansive polyurethane foam that is an improvement over the mudslurry traditionally used in mudjacking. The foam is injected through small holes drilled through the concrete. The foam then expands to fill in any gaps and lift the sunken concrete back to its original position.