Concrete Foundation Problem

Are You Noticing The Cracked Walls In Your Home?


Bulging Floors And Inaccessible Doors?

If yes, then be careful, it can be the sign of the Crack in Concrete Foundation.

Foundation settlement can lead to major structural problem in your home. Homeowners can identify concrete foundation issues from cracks, both on the foundation wall and on the floor. These cracks are typically due expansive or heaving soils, consolidating soil, plumbing leaks, poor construction, thermal movement and so on.

Choosing the Correct Method For Concrete Foundation Repair

Before deciding the repair method, you must determine what is causing distress.

Observe the moldings, trim boards, mortar joints in brick veneer in low areas for traces. You need to take the note of recent weather also. Dry or Wet Weather can cause problems in the underlying soil.

Settlement cracks are almost vertical, and it should not be confused with cracks that occur when a wall is subjected to adjacent movement arising from soil pressure.

Let’s Know The Exterior And Interior Warning Signs Of Concrete Foundation Crack.

Exterior Warning Signs

  • Separation around garage door, windows or walls
  • Wall Rotation
  • Broken or Cracked Foundation
  • Displaced Moldings

Interior Warning Signs

  • Cracked Sheetrock
  • Cracks in Floor
  • Misaligned Doors and Windows

There are various methods for the repair of settled and unstable foundations. These Repair Methods are most commonly referred to as Piering, Slabjacking, Underpinning, and many more.


Piering fixes concrete foundations by placing steel pipes piling to prevent falling building foundations. Push piers contains sections of epoxy-coated steel pipe that are driven into the soil using a hydraulic ram. It is most economical method to repair concrete foundation.


Slabjacking is done by pumping a cement grout through small holes in the concrete slab. The mechanical force of the pump pushes the slab foundation back up.

Foundation Underpinning

This process strengthens foundations that have been weakened by various factors. In this process, area below the load of the foundation is repaired or reinforced. This repair method is required when the foundation doesn’t fully support the structure on which it rest upon.

Other Repair Methods Are :

Foundation Crack Repair

It is an easy way to permanently repair foundation cracks without the need of expensive and unruly excavation or drain tile. With the use of Epoxy paste injection ports are set from top to bottom, of a foundation crack in order to connect the cracked surface. After that Urethane is injected into each individual port, which expands to fill the entire crack from top to bottom.

Bowed Foundation Walls/Basement Repair

It involves installing temporary braces at interior foundation walls and excavating the exterior ground around the bowed section of the foundation. The bowed walls are mechanically pushed backed into the place and rebar is inserted vertically within each block before pumping the wall filled with high quality concrete.

Carbon Fiber Reinforcement

This technology is being used in the aerospace industry due to its high strength. Carbon Fiber Provide Reinforcement to your basement walls by placing the interior of your wall under compression to prevent continued cracking.

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