Our foundation and structural repair services are designed to address issues such as settling, cracking, or bowing walls. We employ advanced techniques and materials to stabilize and strengthen your foundation, ensuring the long-term structural integrity of your property. Explore the following list of products and services we provide, with many more options available
The PowerBrace system permanently stabilizes foundation walls. Zinc-plated steel beams are custom-fit to your basement height and tightly secured against the wall with brackets that are anchored to the basement floor below and first-floor framing above. See how the PowerBrace system works.
The EverBrace Wall Restoration System permanently stabilizes even the most extreme failing foundation walls and protects against future damage. Steel corrugated panels span between steel I-beams to strengthen the existing structure. A specialized rigid foam is injected behind the steel panels, filling voids between the existing wall and panels, transferring the load from the failing wall to the new support system. See how the EverBrace system works.
GeoLock Anchors protect foundation walls from further inward movement. Heavy-duty steel earth anchors are embedded in stable soil away from your foundation wall and then connected to steel wall plates with galvanized steel rods. Once tightened, the anchors hold the wall securely in place. The system can also be tightened during dry seasons to further straighten walls over time. See how the GeoLock system works.
The push pier system ensures that your foundation will not settle any further, helps close cracks and improve function of windows and doors, and has the potential to lift your home back to its original level. See how the Push Pier works.
The SmartJack system permanently lifts and stabilizes existing beams and floor joists in your crawl space. A solid base of engineered fill addresses the problem of weak foundation soil by transferring the weight of the home to competent strata. Steel columns are secured to the beams or joists in the crawl space. Heavy-duty, threaded rods allow for adjustment and a custom fit for each SmartJack system installed.
Like push piers, helical piers are designed to transfer the weight of your home to load-bearing soil or bedrock, permanently stabilizing your home’s foundation. Instead of being driven into the soil by the weight of the home itself, however, helical piers are “screwed” into the soil using a piece of mechanical equipment. This makes them ideal for lighter structures and new construction.
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