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If your home is showing signs of foundation settlement, Foundation Repair of CA has the effective, proven solution you need. We repair foundations with foundation underpinning using warrantied helical piers, push piers and slab piers from Foundation Supportworks.
There are many causes of foundation settlement, and our experts can identify the causes of your foundation problems and recommend the best solution. Every foundation underpinning project is customized to meet a home's specific needs, so you can be assured you're getting the best foundation repair possible.
If you think your home might have a settlement problem, contact us today for a foundation inspection. We're California's trusted foundation pier contractor, providing free estimates for foundation underpinning in San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno and nearby. Call us or click below to request yours!
Foundation settlement happens when the soil beneath your home expands and contracts, causing shifting. This often results in foundation cracks and other problems. While cracks in your foundation might not be a sign of a major problem, there are other symptoms to look for when deciding whether it's time to call a professional. These signs include:
All of our foundation pier systems can help stop foundation settlement and sinking and prevent these problems from occurring in the future.
Foundation underpinning is a solution used to repair weakened foundations or increase foundation depth. Underpinning extends the foundation so that it rests on more supportive soil stratum or distributes the load across a greater area. There are several types of underpinning methods to suit different kinds of repair projects. Foundation Repair of CA uses helical piers for deep foundation underpinning, as well as push piers to permanently stabilize the foundation.
Our foundation piers have been engineered with minimal disturbance to your home and a fast, effective installation in mind. Our foundation push piers are installed by one of our in-house crews of foundation professionals, who are fully trained.
Each of our foundation pier systems is available in both black steel and galvanized steel, which allows for long-term strength and corrosion resistance. All of our pier systems are installed year-round with a 25-year manufacturer's warranty, as well as coming with our own performance and installation warranty.
These rugged steel push piers feature a patent-pending external sleeve that strengthens the pier at the critical tension point below the bracket.
This is the best foundation repair option available when soil conditions are unknown, providing a permanent solution for your settlement issues.
Advantages Of Foundation Supportworks Push Piers:
A helical pier owes its name to the helical plates welded to the pier shaft. These plates help to pull the pier into the soil during installation and provide anchoring strength as the weight of the foundation or structural element is transferred to the pier.
Helical piers have a great deal of versatility for stabilizing and restoring foundations and masonry elements.
Advantages Of Foundation Supportworks Helical Piers:
Slab piers are push piers designed specifically to stabilize and (in some cases) raise slabs that have settled. This type of pier is driven into the soil in the settlement area, deep enough to connect the slab to stable, load-bearing soil or bedrock.
A specially designed bracket connects the top of the pier to the underside of the slab, to stabilize and/or raise the slab back to its original position.
Advantages Of Foundation Supportworks Slab Piers:
If you're looking for a solution to stabilize your home's foundation without the expense and disruption of a foundation replacement, foundation pier installation from Foundation Repair of CA is the answer. Contact us today to schedule your foundation inspection and estimate in Salinas, Oakland, Bakersfield, Stockton, Modesto, Fremont, Roseville or the surrounding area. Our experts can inspect your home to determine if foundation underpinning is the right solution to your foundation problem.