Hide-A-Way™ Wall Anchor Covers
Bix Basement Systems offers wall anchor covers for concealing these foundation repair systems in finished and unfinished basements of homes in Peoria, IL, Bloomington, IL, Quincy, IL, Fort Madison, IA, Hannibal, MO, and in other locations throughout IL, IA, and MO.
A lot of homeowners have to get wall anchors installed to take care of leaning, bowed basement walls. After these bowed wall repair systems are in place, we can install wall anchor covers which will help them to blend into your basement environment. This is especially important if you have a finished basement which you use often to entertain family and friends.
What It Does:
The wall anchor covers we install are a great solution for concealing wall anchor installations in both finished and unfinished basements. These specially-designed covers will be able to conceal your wall anchors while still allowing for regular tightening of the system to straighten your walls. These covers provide a functional and attractive finishing touch to a foundation wall anchor system, which will help to take care of your leaning basement walls once and for all! We won’t need to cut or damage your existing basement walls to install these covers.
- Strong, easy-to-maintain plastic cover completely conceals steel wall plate, threaded rod, and the adjustment nut.
- Snap-on design provides foundation repair contractors with easy access to steel wall plate and nut so that additional adjustments can be made to wall anchors
- Maintains a neat, clean look in your basement environment
- Sleek, low-profile design fits tight against the wall without sticking out into living space
Please call us or contact us online to schedule an appointment for a consultation!
Foundation Repair Contractor
Bix Basement Systems is a foundation repair contractor who offers wall anchor installation for leaning, bowed walls. These wall repair systems are effective at pushing the bowing walls back to where they need to be. After the wall anchor installation is finished, we can then install wall anchor covers to conceal the rod and nut from the inside of your basement setting.