Settling Foundation Creates Gap
The home owner became increasingly aware of gaps like these inside and outside his home. The separation shows evidence of where the foundation has settled
Slanted Outdoor Slab
This a great view of how the concrete slab is slanting away from the home. Notice how the entire deck appears to be on an angle.
Evidence of Foundation Problems
The cracked walls were one way the homeowner became aware of his foundation problems. Cracking drywall is a big hint for settling foundations.
Interior Void between Wall and Floor
Notice how the gap only appears on one of the walls. This is something no homeowner wants to see.
Exterior Cracks and Gaps
The crack in the slab was a huge indicator that something was wrong. If that wasn't enough, then the gap between the concrete slab and home was sure to tip him off.
Helical Piers Being Installed
The helical piers are placed into deeper, strong soil directly adjacent to the home. Once installed, the foundation can rest on much more stable ground.
Pre-Production Picture of Exterior Slab
The removal of the top layers of soil show the difference in elevation between the home and outdoor deck.
Here we see the result of the interior PolyLevel filling. The slab was raised with minimal disruption to the home.