Dedication to Precision
Its important for our crews to be precise as possible. The area is measured before any trenches are dug.
Here, see the crew dug a trench that will house the tubing for the MoistureLevel system. Tubing will run from the suction pit to the system's vacuum.
Before Suction Pit
Here, you see the area for the suction pit before it had been drilled.
The moist air will be redirected from here.
Here, you see the MoistureLevel vacuum after is had been installed.
MoistureLevel System - 2
After the cover had been placed.
Here, you see the dry air intake.
Preparing to Install
Arizona Foundation Solutions Foreperson, Danny Balderas, preparing to install the MoistureLevel Smart Foundation System on this Tucson Home.
Arizona Foundation Solutions Foreperson, Danny Balderas, digging the dry air intake for this Tucson MoistureLevel System.
This is the area the exterior MoistureLevel System will be installed. The system can be installed on the home's interior or exterior.
Here we can see the completed trench for the MoistureLevel Smart Foundation System's dry air intake.
The MoistureLevel Smart Foundation System is capable of removing 20+lbs of moisture PER DAY.
Foundation Heave Remediation Experts
The system includes a gauge to tell the homeowner what the moisture levels are.
Once installed, the system will address foundation heave. The exterior unit may be painted to match the exterior of this Tucson home.
The MoistureLevel unit in positioned into place & the trench is backfilled.
It's on the Level
Arizona Foundation Solutions Foreperson, Danny Balderas, making sure the unit was level before adding the moisture outtake pipe.
The moisture sensor is placed beneath the dome of the foundation heave. This sensor will tell MoistureLevel when to run to reduce the foundation heave.
Installing the Sensor
Arizona Foundation Solutions Foreperson, Danny Balderas, preparing to install the moisture sensor for the MoistureLevel Smart Foundation System beneath the foundation heave.
Concrete can be Tough...
... but we have tools for that! Arizona Foundation Solutions Foreperson, Danny Balderas, getting things started! Drilling the holes for the dry air uptake takes some time, but Danny makes it look easy!