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This home in Wynnewood, PA had an old basement window and well that they wanted to upgrade to a window well egress, so they reached out to Steelway. One of our sales representatives went out to get measurements for us. This project would be over 3 days for our concrete division. They demolished the old well, set forms, and HAND poured all that concrete for the new well. After the concrete had time to dry, we went back and installed the custom egress cover. A lot of hard work, but no trouble for our amazing concrete division!
This homeowner in Bryn Mawr, PA had just a standard basement window. They reached out to Steelway to enquire about turning it into an egress window so that they could finish the basement. Since they have a stone foundation, the well around the window would have to be poured on-site. No problem for our incredible concrete division. The crew cut into the patio around the current well, dug out the well, placed the rebar, set the forms, poured the concrete, cut the stone foundation for the new egress window, installed PVC pipe to drain into the sump pit, pulled the forms, installed the window, placed the ladder, and finally installed the egress cover! This all happens over several days, but it’s no problem for our concrete division! They take pride in their work, and it shows. Another happy customer in Bryn Mawr, PA!
This beautiful stone home in Drexel Hill, PA had some concrete window wells around their basement windows that were in need of some redoing, so the homeowner reached out to Steelway. One of our sales representatives went out to measure the wells for Steelway to manufacture custom window well covers, and to assess the concrete foundations for our amazing concrete division. On a beautiful, sunny day, the concrete division demolished some of the wells, set forms, poured new concrete wells, and then installed the window well covers. Doesn’t the black look great against the stone house? Great job guys!
One of our experienced sales representatives went out and measured at this Lafayette Hill, PA home for this brand-new custom window well cover. Looks much nicer than any plastic bubble you find in those big home improvement stores! One of our crews went out and installed the custom cover and performed a few masonry repairs between the flagstones.
Not far from our King of Prussia plant, in Eagleville, PA we installed a steel well egress window and 3 well and cover combo units. This basement can now get lots of natural light, without the dirt and debris getting into the wells! Great job by our crews!
Rectangular window well cover, custom made to fit, still allows light into the basement, while keeping out the dirt, debris, and volume of water!
In Warminster, PA this homeowner had an old window well around their basement window, so they reached out to Steelway to have it replaced. On the day of installation, one of our crews went out, dug the old well out, and installed one of our well and cover combo units. Well done guys!
The homeowner of this Plymouth Meeting, PA house had old wells around their window that they had removed and then called Steelway to put new wells with covers in. One of the sales representatives went out to measure for these custom wells to be manufactured in our King of Prussia plant. On the day of installation a crew went out and installed 2 of the custom window wells and cover combo units. Great way to protect those smaller basement windows!
This home in Springfield in Delaware County, PA had these old window well covers that needed to be replaced, so the homeowner reached out to Steelway. After a sales representative went out to get the measurements, we manufactured these custom window well covers in the King of Prussia plant. On the day of installation, one of the crews removed the old covers, installed 2 new hopper windows, and installed the new custom window well covers which will allow natural light into the basement. Looking good in Springfield!
This New Hope homeowner called Steelway to replace their old angle cellar door and to also install out well and cover combo units around their basement windows. One of our sales representatives went out to measure for the new custom cellar door, and the well and covers. After manufacturing them in our King of Prussia plant, one of our installation crews removed the old cellar door, installed the new galvanized angle cellar door, and installed 2 well and cover combo units. Great job guys!