It is important as a home or business owner to know the signs of foundation failure. It is a good idea to inspect your foundation regularly for the signs of foundation problems. Signs that you may have foundation problems are:
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Our service area includes the cities of Kansas City, Jefferson City, Columbia, Gladstone, Raytown, Blue Springs, Kirksville, Warrensburg, Sugar Creek and many more cities in Missouri. We also serve the cities of Overland Park, Olathe, Lawrence, Topeka, Ottawa, Basehor, Spring Hill and many more cities in Kansas.
Heavy-duty steel push piers are used to permanently lift your home back to its original position. These piers are driven into the ground to load-bearing soils and the weight of the structure is transferred from weaker soils onto the steel piers. These piers are an end-bearing pier that does not rely upon nor require skin friction to product support. Each pier is field load tested after they are installed. They are individually driven and the entire structure works as the reaction.
Helical piers are used for the stabilization of foundations where there are light structural loads, unstable rock basement or very deep load-bearing layers. They are used where there is a need to resist a tension or compressive force or both. These piers are mechanically screwed into the soil then mounted to the foundation to achieve structural stability.
Helical tiebacks are used to stabilize bowing basement walls. These wall plate anchors consist of an inside wall plate, an outside anchor and a high strength rod that ties them together. Wall anchors are the most economical method for providing supplemental lateral force to help stabilize bowed walls that have been affected by hydrostatic pressure.