alex-hu-l0JdQAjmRiA-unsplash.jpg

Foundation Repair

Foundation Repair for Residential, Commercial, & New Construction

 There are several signs that may indicate that you have an issue with your foundation. If your doors and windows don't close properly anymore, or you notice cracks around the frame, you may have foundation problems.

 

Sometimes a homeowner first notices cracks on the outside of their home. These cracks generally are between the concrete blocks used in construction of most of today’s homes in Utah. Not only are they unsightly but they indicate that you need a foundation inspection and either subfloor repair or foundation repair.

 

 If you are selling or refinancing your home, you will have already had an inspection done or you will need to get an inspection scheduled--and to move forward with either insurance or selling, you'll need to get any foundation problems fixed as quickly as possible. 

Common signs of potential foundation issues.

Crack Repairer

Describe your image

foundation stabilization repair services utah

Describe your image

concrete contractors crack repair utah

Describe your image

foundation repair concrete contractors utah

Describe your image

crack repair concrete repair utah 2

Describe your image

crack repair concrete repair utah

Describe your image

What we do to secure your foundation.

Helicals, also known as pile, is the most common method of dealing with a structure settling. Think of a helical as a large screw that is twisted into the ground. Once the helical is in place, we take a bracket specifically designed to fit under the structure's foundation. Once this is done, the load of the structure will be supported by the helical.

Waterproofing is crucial to the life of the foundation. Concrete is very porous; moisture will seep into the concrete causing rebar to rust and minerals to be deposited. Once this occurs, the expanding rusted rebar begins to break the foundation from the inside out. At the same time the deposited minerals are breaking down the concrete, turning the foundation into gravel. To prevent this and/or remediate, the foundation must be excavated, cleaned, and all cracks filled in. After that a rubber-like material is applied followed up with an acrylic concrete protective coating, protecting the membrane from the back fill.

Additional Photos

Resized_20190924_104910
press to zoom
Resized_20190924_105015
press to zoom
Resized_20190925_082321
press to zoom
Resized_20190923_101558
press to zoom
Resized_20190923_101524
press to zoom
Resized_20190923_105851
press to zoom
IMG-1123
press to zoom
1/1
b608505e-9006-4b29-a15e-10525fabd1cc_200x200.png