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This is a common sign of foundation settlement and can pose safety threats to the family. Someone can trip and fall, causing serious injury to themselves.
These cracks are common in concrete block walls and indicate that the wall is actually rotating outward. Over time, these cracks can widen making the issue much worse.
This area of concrete blocks has started to settle into the soil and is pulling away from the home.
Cracks in basement walls are often signs of wall failure. The walls may begin to start bowing inward.
SmartJacks are used to help address weak soils and to lift floors and walls back to their original positions.
Wall Anchors are used to combat wall failure inside a home. They are easily installed around existing systems such as pipes and sinks and are the best opportunity to straighten the wall over time.
Helical piers are installed under the footing of your home so that the weight of your home is transferred through the piers to deep competent soils able to hold the weight. There is minimal disturbance to your family's daily life and the piers will attempt to lift your home back to its original position.
This family's driveway had settled. We decided pouring a new concrete driveway would be the best option for the unlevel driveway and garage floor.
Our crew is smoothing over the new concrete driveway, ensuring that everything is level for the family.
This customer was experiencing multiple signs of foundation settlement throughout his home. Foundation settlement comes from the changing of the soil under your home. The three common changes are drying and shrinking, wetting and softening or poorly compacted fill soil. Customers often consider total foundation replacement but it can be extremely disruptive to your daily life and will not likely fix the issue. The issue is with the soil under the house, and not the foundation.
Our team of experts decided using helical piers would solve the customer's foundation issues and SmartJack to add additional support for the floors in their home. Helical piers are used to reach a stable soil layer that will be able to support your home, in hopes of lifting your home to its original position.