Recent Jobs For Summit Environmental Solutions

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Marjorie Nelson
Centerville, VA
December 12, 2018

Approximately 5 LF crack in rear foundation wall at rear of garage. Open crack where needed, inject high strength adhesive to seal crack. All work carries a three month warranty

Phillip Hester
Stafford, VA
December 6, 2018

Summit to clean crawlspace of debris, sterifab treat to clean. Install 16mil vapor barrier to the floor of crawlspace and 2 ft up the walls. Install R13 batted insulation under subfloor of crawlspace and tuck in voids of the rim joist. install a composite insulated entry door.

Colleen Morche
Arlington, VA
December 2, 2018

Set up bait stations around the exterior of garage and interior of the garage.

Jaqueline Infante
Manassas, VA
November 26, 2018

We offered a trapping program for 5 days. We repaired fascia board on the front of the home on left corner, wrap front with metal, white in color. We install RVG over rear attic fan. We removed insulation from attic and droppings and used sterifab to treat and kill any bacteria, mites, and lice. We blow in R38 cellulose insulation to meet VA codes.

Terry Watson
Reston, VA
November 26, 2018

In closet under foyer remove a piece of 2x8 right below the sub floor framing and a piece of plywood next to it. Inspect for additional damage behind those pieces of wood. Apply a new coat of masonry waterproofing paint (white) to closet space under foyer. Exterior: As facing front door, excavate down 8-12 inches below grade and install heavy plastic, bonded to the foundation wall and tie in the existing front downspout discharge line. Run a perforated pipe to stop, right turn to the first part of sidewalk and tunnel beneath to the other side. Continue with perforated pipe along right side foundation wall and terminate near rear corner of home into a drain box installed in the soil, flush with the surface. Drain box will be filled with crushed stone and serviceable. Fill the trench with washed type 56 stone flush with grade.

Fred Hauchman
Alexandria, VA
November 7, 2018

The following steps took place for repairs of home and crawlspace. Trapping of raccoons from the crawlspace, Once raccoons are removed, removal of lower band boards on the left and right side of the home, install of new composite band boards and attach to home, color is white. Inside crawlspace, clean out debris, raccoon droppings, vapor barrier from addition will be removed too due to smell. Sterifab treatment to be done to kill bacteria, mites, and lice. Spot treatment for mold to be sprayed at rafters and rim joist. Summit to dig out original crawlspace at the entry door and inside in order to work, dirt/mud to be removed and leveled out, current work height is less than 18". Summit to dig perimeter and install concrete and barrier wall using 1/2" screen on right and left side where new band boards were installed to prevent mice, raccoons, and squirrels from burrowing under. Summit to then dig entire perimeter of the original home and install fast drain system and connect to the additional crawlspace drain system. Summit to spray foam 2" on walls on additional crawlspace for proper insulation and rim joist. Dimple shield to be installed to the floors of both crawlspaces to protect the vapor barrier and prevent trapping of water. Installation of 16mil vapor barrier to be installed in both crawlspaces and attached to walls. Install WiseAir 55 dehumidifier to be installed in the original crawlspace and electrical hooked up for a sump pump and dehumidifier. Condensation to run to the sump pump. Fast Drain System comes with a 25-year warranty and sump pump and dehumidifier come with a 3-5 year warranty from the manufacturer.

Marriah Unruh
Stafford, VA
November 5, 2018

Summit will do the following in order to redirect the water entering crawlspace. Summit to first remove the 6ft long black snake from crawlspace in order to do work. Summit will cut a hole through the division block wall in order to install the fast drain in front of the home. Summit will dig out the front of foundation and install fast drain system to stop the water from flowing throughout crawlspace. backfill with gravel . on right front corner of the crawlspace, install a crock/basin sump pump and 1/3hp pump. a hole will be cut through block foundation in order to run water out and away from the crawlspace. Summit will have the electrical hooked up and run for the sump pump.

Jed Clift
Waterford,, VA
November 5, 2018

Install Crawlshield 16 mil reinforced liner with Dimpleshield beneath for protection. Remove existing batted insulation in floor as it’s installed backwards. Install Borafoam 2” EPS rigid foam to foundation walls, (R11) and leave a 1” reveal for termite inspection at sill plate. Seal rim joists with 2 inches of closed cell foam around exterior perimeter (R13) Install 2 new doors for hatch access into the basement, and sealing around duct and HVAC exhaust/intake supply pipes. Install 2 inducers in trunk line in watch crawlspace to pressurize space. Install 2 passive transfer grills in each hatch opening to distribute conditioned air back into living space. Hatch covers are custom fit and require additional framing to account for the supply and exhaust lines for the HVAC and trunk line. Includes a 25-year transferable warranty.

Walter Baranyk
Centreville, VA
October 23, 2018

The small closet area in the basement has some minor efflorescence. No water entering space. Will need to apply 2 coats of masonry waterproofing paint, white, to approximately 60 sq/ft space. Work is guaranteed for 1 year.

Linda Rothwell
Manassas, VA
October 19, 2018

Summit to grade crawlspace and remove dirt from perimeter walls to install great drain and crock/ basin with a liner with 1/2 pump to include battery back up and alarm. Mold treatment under the crawlspace and joist. Install dimple shield to the floor of the crawlspace and 16mil vapor barrier. spray foam 2in insulation on walls of the foundation. install a dehumidifier and hook up.

Renato Brown
Stafford, VA
October 19, 2018

Recommend the following to address the water issues. Install the GrateDrain system along affected areas, bypass basement bathroom with a lateral line around the bathroom. Join to GrateDrain system in the laundry room and terminate at finished wall along the side of the home. Install through rec room, until rear utility room around HVAC and install GrateSump with an inverter, battery and high water alarm between HVAC and WH. Penetrate block and brick approximately 24 inches off the rear ground, through anti-freeze device and out to right side of the deck staircase. All GrateDrain systems include installation at footer sill, level with the underside of the slab. Install flex flange along the entire area and seal to the wall with a finishing seal. Cover with high strength concrete. The customer can restore the walls. Customer understands they will need to have the walls removed up 24 inches from the floor including studs. They will also need to move all items away from walls to facilitate installation. The carpet will need to be pulled up and out of the way especially around the bathroom for the lateral line. They will be responsible for replacing the walls once work is complete. GrateDrain system carries a lifetime, fully and freely transferable warranty. any other components carry their respective manufacturer's warranties.

Julie Thomas
Fredericksburg, VA
October 1, 2018

We cleared the crawlspace of insulation and vapor barrier, spot mold treated throughout crawlspace and sterifab treated to kill any bacteria, mites or lice. We sealed exterior vents on foundation walls and air sealed with spray foam, Included sprayfoam insulate the top of foundation wall at sill plate and installed an inducer to circulate air in the crawlspace in HVAC unit. We installed R11 Foamboard insulation with a vapor barrier to walls in the crawlspace and installed a 16mil vapor barrier to floors and attach to walls with seam tape to include center support columns. Installed a Santa Fe dehumidifier with condensation line and pump for the area of 2500sq run line through the vent for runoff and seal around the hole. mice treat around the exterior of the home and in crawlspace before and after work complete.

Mcghee Robert
Fredericksburg, VA
October 1, 2018

No water in the basement but block CMU walls are damp in some places with moderate efflorescence. Recommend cleaning all affected areas and applying masonry waterproofing paint up approximately 3 feet. Apply 2 full coats. No need to remove wall studs as there is enough room behind to get a brush in there. Apply masonry waterproofing under stairs, 8x3 space.

James Tramell
Fairfax, VA
September 27, 2018

Water entering front basement wall. Install GrateDrain system along with front and left side wall, as facing from the inside basement with flex flange up approximately 12” from the floor on 2 walls. Install flush port in the floor. Cover with high strength concrete. Install GrateSump with 1/3rd hp pump and high water alarm in the floor left front corner of the room. Run discharge line up and inside where the wall is now, turn and discharge through brick outside of a home near the sidewalk. 20 LF approx. The discharge will end at drain box with washed stone flush with soil level. Customer understands the sump liner will not be 100% hidden below the floor as an electrical cord will need to pass out of the floor to an outlet. Customer will provide a dedicated outlet. The homeowner will be responsible for removing up to 24” of drywall and studs/sill plate. Also, an additional blowout panel or two will be needed where the discharge line runs up inside the wall and out of the home. Includes lifetime, fully transferable warranty on GrateDrain system, 3-year warranty on GrateSump.

Matthew Crute
Arlington, VA
September 19, 2018

Install Wise Air 55 dehumidifier near existing sump. The additional electrical outlet will need to be installed. Discharge condensate to the sump via gravity feed. The existing sump is too high in crawl space. Water is settling above the existing encapsulation. Remove existing crock, install new 24” diameter crock, with lid and excavate to set crock at the proper level. Install washed stone around crock and reinstall. Extend the discharge line as needed. The sump pump is gurgling loudly due to no weep hole. Drill 1/8th inch weep hole in line near couple at the pump. Existing discharge line is at the soil surface and runs under the rear edge of gravel driveway out to an open discharge at the sidewalk. The pipe is completely exposed to weather and susceptible to freezing. Recommend re-drilling discharge line a minimum of 15 inches above the soil line, installing IceCop antifreeze device. At the corner where the line runs along driveway excavate enough to settle line. Install pop up drain at discharge exit at the sidewalk. Reset depth of discharge line. Seal off abandoned discharge line where it exited crawl space.

Chris Garr
Orange, VA
September 4, 2018

Water entering multiple locations. Excessive humidity and sweating from HVAC duct line in the basement. Install perimeter system around entire basement. The walkout has excessive water entering as well. Recommend installing drain grate in a low spot at walk out. It is advised to perform regular checks on the walkout drain to prevent clogs. SES cannot be responsible for the failure. To maintain walkout drain. Install the GrateDrain system Install flexiflange 2’ up wall around the entire perimeter. install drain in rear well and pipe into the basement and into the GrateDrain system. Install GrateSump with liner, battery backup system with sealed 100 Amp battery and 12V inverter. Includes high water alarm Includes radon test kit Includes installation of Radon port in GrateDrain system Discharge line run through rear of basement to right side of rear of home, approximately 20 LF Includes lifetime transferable warranty and first year inspection free of charge. GrateSump, battery and inverter carries separate manufacturers warranties.

Nicholas Hatfield
Herndon, VA
August 22, 2018

Found water entering basement in multiple locations. Home has two old sumps with one open pit but Water is still getting through walls. Existing old footer drain has likely silted over and clogged. Due to water intrusion basement will need a full perimeter GrateDrain system. We propose the following: Install the GrateDrain system around the entire perimeter. Install 12” flex flange along entire perimeter wall, drill weep holes in concrete block pockets to move water quickly into GrateDrain. Install flex flange up to 12 inches up wall and seal. Install 2 clear check valves. At egress window install drain box and penetrate into basement down into GrateDrain system. Cover over all existing work with high strength concrete finished flush with the existing floor. Demo existing sump pits and install a dual GrateSump system with sump joiner. The install will require separating discharge lines as they combine in the basement. Discharge line out from basement is 1 1/4”. Will have to seal off and install (2) 1 1/2 inch discharge lines out of the basement. Install 2 Ice Cop anti freeze devices and terminate discharge lines with 4” corrugated “Y” at the line in the garden next to the basement and to the line already run under the lawn. All work carries a 5-year warranty for workmanship and labor. The sump systems carry a 3-year warranty. Homeowners will take care of moving everything toward the center. The homeowner also has extensive computer equipment in the basement and will need to cover all of it and disconnect it from power or protect it from the work area.

Paul Miller
Alexandria, VA
July 23, 2018

Summit provided waterproofing that stopped the leaking under the stairs.

Tanya Elias
Arlington, VA
June 20, 2018

A minor horizontal and vertical crack in the wall, approximately 10 linear feet total. Small vertical crack drips water occasionally when it rains heavily. Recommend opening up the crack with a masonry saw, injecting flexible concrete sealant and finishing. Touch up with white paint when work is complete. Paint will likely not match the existing finish.

Colin Wolfslau
Manassas, VA
June 6, 2018

Water has entered the basement in the window well and through a crack at various locations. Recommend installation of drain box inside window well, carry water down into the foundation drain system. Install FastDrain systems approx 35 LF along rear basement wall, stopping at the right-hand side of the window frame. Includes a 1’ Reinforced HDFS strip up the concrete block wall to facilitate drainage into the system. Weep holes will be drilled at the pockets to also facilitate drainage. Install Grate Sump at the left corner under storage shelf. Water discharge will be above the shelf and out to daylight along the left side of the home as facing and to the right of the chimney. Discharge into the rock drainage system approximately 12 feet from home. Includes full battery backup system with inverter and 12V deep cycle battery.

Bill Schwerdt
Henrico, VA
May 14, 2018

Our solution was to break out the concrete on the floor (in the corner) and trench down along the wall. We installed a Drain tile (to relieve pressure) and a sump pump will be used to remove water build coming from drain-tile. We added a battery backup for occasions when the power goes out.

Dagnew M
Springfield, VA
January 29, 2018

Crawlspace Encapsulation: Our solution was to remove all batted insulation and the old vapor barrier. We Installed dimple shield on the floor of the crawlspace. We also Installed a 16 mil vapor barrier to the floor and walls of the crawlspace. Added seam tape to bind vapor barrier together. We added spray foam seal plate around exterior walls. Install R 11 foam board to exterior walls only. We sealed vents and insulate access door. Summit also Installed one wise air 55 in the crawlspace and ran a line through the exterior wall. We gave Mr. Meshesha a 5-year manufacturer warranty and 1 yearly checkup free. We added spray foam air duct lines to insulate with 1 inch of closed cell spray foam. The customer received a 2-year work and labor warranty.

Gary M
Fredericksburg, VA
January 8, 2018

Removal of the roof and clean up of debris, check of plywood for damage. If any needs replaced the cost of $50.00 per section. New roof to include new roof boots, ridge vent, ice/rain guard, polyurethane underlayment, critter guard to be reinstalled by Summit. New shingles to be Tamko Heritage 25 year warranty 3 tab color Weather Wood. Removal of insulation to include droppings from the attic. Sterifab teat to kill any bacteria, mites, and lice. Check all wires for any damage from chewing. Install baffles at soffit lines and around entry point. Install baffles at HVAC air handler. Blow in R38 cellulose insulation to VA standard.

Stephen K
Falls Church, VA
January 2, 2018

Install piers to supporting beam to support floor joist to level existing flooring. Use mechanical jacks to level as close as possible underneath in crawl space and support with concrete columns. Flooring membrane will adhere to new columns. Will need to dig in crawl space to properly secure columns and reinstall vapor barrier after finished. Seal the duct system using the Aeroseal process. Reducing duct leakage. Improving the efficiency of the duct system allowing for more even temperatures from room to room.

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