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My Foundation Repair - The Foundation Solutions Site

clock February 26, 2009 20:14 by author blogadmin
My Foundation Repairs is the largest independent network site of trained experts that specialize in foundation repair solutions using the latest technology.

MyFoundationRepairs.com and our installing contractors, is synonymous with superior training, quality products and superior customer service. With the largest independent network of trained foundation experts we service 46 states and over 160 cities. Our roots are based in superior engineering and technology in the foundation repair industry.

While many organizations are based on large television budgets and fancy marketing, our network is founded on supplying homeowners with the best solution for their foundation problems at a reasonable cost. Don't fall for the hype and slick advertising, inform yourself through our resources and make an educated decision for your home.

Remember, cracks in your foundation or around doors and windows mean you could have a serious problem. These cracks do not get better by themselves they need to help of foundation repair contractors that have been trained to solve these issues.

As always, My Foundation Repairs recommends that you hire a trained foundation engineer when a concrete foundation problem is suspected. Feed



Concrete Foundation Repair

clock February 26, 2009 19:44 by author blogadmin
Our concrete foundation repair solutions include quality hydraulic piers. Our piers are designed to lift, support, and stabilize your sinking concrete.

Hydraulic piering can be used to lift and stabilize sinking concrete. Whether you have cracks, water problems or settling basement walls hydraulic push piers may be the best solution for your foundation repairs. Foundation settlement and movement requiring foundation repair can be caused by building on expansive clay or improperly compacted fill soils, or the lack of maintenance around foundations. Whatever the reason, understanding steel hydraulic push piers is the first step to fixing your concrete foundation problem.

Hydraulic push piers are driven pier systems consisting of sections of galvanized steel pipe supporting steel foundation brackets. The piers are a point bearing pile that are driven with a hydraulic ram through unstable soils to a load bearing strata. Sufficient hydraulic pressure is required to make sure that the pier material is able to reach this load bearing stratum or bedrock. Pressures of 4,000 to 8,000psi are very common on average homes.

Each pier is then individually load tested, and the structure is either stabilized or lifted with a synchronized hydraulic manifold system to insure maximum practical recovery. The manifold system is generally required by foundations engineers to lift or effectively stabilize a home. This system has been shown to successfully support structures in virtually all soil conditions, and can be used for stabilizing foundations and slabs built on questionable soil, as well as seismic protection, and commercial applications.

 



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