Unstable or leaning basement walls are a sign that your foundation is in major distress. External pressure on your foundation is causing your walls to lean or bow. It’s important to repair unstable foundation walls immediately to avoid foundation failure.
Signs of Unstable Foundation Walls
Whether you own a home with a few problems, or are in the market for a house to call home, there are a few things you should be aware of when it comes to foundations. Home inspectors will check for obvious signs of a bad foundation like water damage, large cracks, and structural damage, […]Read More
Your home is typically the largest purchase you’ll ever make, so it can be scary when something goes wrong. Understanding the different types of foundation cracks that can happen and when you need to take action can help reduce some of the worry. Learn more about different types of cracks there are, and when […]Read More
When you have a bowing or leaning foundation wall, you might think your foundation is doomed. However, in many cases, your foundation can actually be restored! Read on to learn more about using carbon fiber for foundation repairs.
Benefits of Using Carbon Fiber for Foundation Repairs
Many homes in Charlotte, North Carolina experience cracked foundations or cracked walls. This is due to the expansive soil in our area. Expansive soil is soil that is rich in heavy clay substances. This type of soil is prone to a few different things that can affect the foundation of your home.
Poor compaction, overloading, excessive organic material, expansive soils, and erosion are all soil related problems that lead to foundation settlement. To combat weak soil, we use a process called helical underpinning, a solution for foundation settlement.
The installation process is simple, and with only needing small equipment […]Read More
As a homeowner, any slight crack in your foundation might be enough to send you running for the hills. However, before you put those running shoes on, know that there are many types of foundation cracks that are actually normal! Understanding the different types of foundation cracks will help you decide when you need […]Read More