Here’s the checklist we provide our customers before their job.
If we are breaking concrete, cover any personal belongings you do not want getting dusty! This is a dusty process!
If you have an HVAC system be sure it’s shut off while the crew is breaking concrete.
5 Foot Clearance!
Any areas our crew will be working should be cleared to give access and room to perform work (5-6ft is the minimum needed, unless otherwise discussed with sales rep)
Check your quote!
Your sales rep may have left some notes for you on items that need to be completed before we come out! (i.e. baseboard heat removal, oil tank removal, bulkhead stairs to be removed, etc.)
Any gas appliances will need to be disconnected prior to our day on site – only plumbers should be doing any disconnection & reconnections!
If demolition is required prior to our arrival, ensure that all work discussed with your sales rep has been completed. When in doubt, you can always contact us with photos to confirm! If any demo is left unfinished, this can add additional time and cost to your project.
Crack Injection specific –
If demolition is required prior to our arrival, make sure it is completed so the entirety of the foundation wall is exposed- all the way to the top of the foundation to where the floor meets the wall – bottom framing plates need to be removed as well!
If the working area is carpeted, pull back carpet, unless otherwise discussed with sales rep
Slab Replacement & Basement Lowering specific –
Any necessary permits are pulled and ready before work if you are pulling them yourself – job will be delayed if not approved in time!
- Entire space should be clear and empty (if whole basement)
- If any plumbing work is required, make sure your sales rep is in contact with the plumbing professional.
- If DigSafe is required for your project, make sure this is done at least 7-10 days before start of work to ensure clearance for digging on your scheduled day of work!