Aurora, IL

We have local contractors in Aurora to assist with all your foundation repair and waterproofing needs.

If you live in Aurora, Illinois, you are aware of the ever-changing weather conditions. In the summer you may experience periods of drought. In the spring, periods of rain. The winters can be harsh with ice and snow. This constant change in the moisture content in the soil beneath your foundation can cause structural damage to your foundation. As the soil becomes oversaturated, it will heave and swell and when the soil becomes dry, it will shrink, creating voids. All of this shifting of the soil causes your foundation to shift and settle.

If you look around your home, it is important to understand some of the signs of foundation problems.

Some of these signs that you may have a foundation problem in your Aurora, IL home or business

  • Wall Cracks in AuroraCeiling cracks
  • Foundation cracks
  • Basement cracks
  • Wall cracks
  • Floor cracks
  • Floor sloping and uneven
  • Leaning chimney
  • Brick and masonry problems
  • Doors and windows that stick
  • Beam and post problems
  • Leaning walls
  • Garage foundation problems

If you see any of these signs, it is important to contact a foundation repair specialist as soon as possible. The sooner a foundation problem is addressed, the least amount of damage that will occur to your structure.

Solutions for Foundation Problems in Aurora, Illinois

My Foundation Repairs will get you in touch with the best foundation repair contractors in the Aurora, Illinois area to come and inspect your home. The contractors we use only use the best products available for foundation repair. These products are manufactured by Earth Contact Products (ECP), the best foundation repair products in the industry. These foundation repair products include:

Bowing or Leaning Walls Can Be Dangerous

If you have bowing or leaning walls, this is a sign of foundation problems. The contractors from My Foundation Repair use helical tieback anchors to repair bowing or leaning walls. The wall will be stronger than it originally was to ensure that there won’t be future bowing or leaning issues.

Hydraulic slab lift piers is a fairly new option for leveling and lifting concrete slabs. They are installed beneath the slab in a grid pattern, no more than five feet apart. The slab is then lifted onto the piers to level and stabilize the slab.

Don’t ignore the signs of foundation failure. Let My Foundation Repairs get a contractor in your area to come and give you a free inspection and offer the best solution for your foundation repair needs in Aurora Illinois. Contact us today!

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