Your home is a big investment. It is important to make sure that it is well-maintained. When the foundation of a home is damaged other damage will show up around the structure. When you look around your home, check for some of these signs:
If you suspect that you may have a foundation problem, let My Foundation Repairs be your resource for finding a professional contractor. The first step is to contact us. Let us know what concerns you have about your foundation. Then we will send a foundation specialist that is in your area to your home and they will give you a free inspection. If they find that you are in need of foundation repair, they will give you an estimate for repairs.
Our specialists use a variety of foundation repair methods depending on what type of problem they find. These methods include:
For installation, the ground is excavated around the foundation. Then the foundation bracket is mounted for the piering system and the steel pier is installed deep into the ground until it reaches a solid soil layer. After installation, the weight of the structure is transferred onto the piers.
These piers look like a very large screw and are ideal for foundation repair applications such as support for porches, steps, stairs, and chimneys.
Bowing or leaning walls can be repaired using helical tieback anchors. These tieback anchors are attached to the interior of the wall and tension is applied to straighten the wall and keep it from bowing in the future.
Plate anchors are part of the system for fixing bowing or leaning walls. These plate anchors are attached to the wall and the rod that pulls the bowing walls back to its original level.
These piers are used for sinking or settling slabs.
Putting in piers before a foundation is poured will prevent foundation problems from ever beginning.
The products that our repair contractors use are manufactured by Earth Contact Products (ECP). These products are the best products in the industry. If you are in need of a foundation repair specialist, don't hesitate to contact My Foundation Repairs. A repair specialist in your area will contact you to give you a free inspection and answer any questions you may have. Our representative will work with you from start to finish and make sure that your foundation will be structurally sound for many years to come. Contact us today!