Foundation problems in your commercial structure can be a huge issue. Not only are these problems a hazard for you, your customers, and your employees, but they can also be very expensive to fix. That is why it is vital to the well-being of you and your business that you contact the professional commercial foundation repair team at Pro Foundation Technology as soon as any problems are discovered. We can provide you with a solution to repair any damage caused by foundation failure, fix the underlying problems, and prevent any issues from arising in the future. Contact us today to learn more.
One of the ways that you can prevent foundation problems from getting out of hand is by regularly examining the foundation of your business or commercial structure. As you look at the interior and exterior of the foundation and building, check for some of the following symptoms of a foundation problem:
These are telltale signs that you are dealing with a foundation problem. This kind of structural problem is usually caused by the sinking or shifting of the foundation. This can happen for a variety of reasons. One reason foundation begin to settle is the formation of voids under the concrete. This is often the result of soil shrinkage during dry, drought-like periods or erosion after heavy rainfall or snow melt. Settling foundations can also result from poor soil compaction under the foundation at the time that the structure was built and the foundation was laid.
If the foundation of your commercial building is shifting, it could be due to excess hydrostatic pressure in the soil. Hydrostatic pressure increases and pushes on the foundation as the ground absorbs more water and the soil expands. This pressure can cause the foundation to shift and crack, leading to bowing or leaning walls and water entry in the basement.
The best way to fix your foundation and prevent further damage is to invest in commercial foundation repair services from Pro Foundation Technology. We serve the residents of the Kansas City, Overland Park, Raytown, and Columbia area using Earth Contact Products (ECP) foundation repair products to ensure a strong, reliable, and long-lasting fix. Some of the ECP foundation repair products that we use include: