Wall stabilization is extremely important for the overall structure of your home. If walls begin to loosen, bow, or crack severely, the structural integrity around the walls will also be in jeopardy. There are several wall stabilizing solutions for common foundation problems. UMC offers several options including:
Severely Settled Walls will most likely require a steel push pier to lift the foundation up to its original placement. Steel push piers are extremely effective. Because of their heavy nature, they are able to withstand a lot of pressure from heavier buildings. At UMC, customers can choose between our eccentric piers or our concentric piers. This is why it is important to contact a professional so you are making the right decision for your foundation repair.
Bowed walls are a common foundation problems. If not corrected quickly, bowed walls can do a lot of damage to your home. Helical tiebacks are noted for their ease of installation and little to no vibration. Helical tiebacks were effectively made to restore and strengthen basement and retaining walls. Aside from bowed walls, there are several applications that can be used with these tiebacks including:
Plate Anchors are also an effective solution for wall stabilization challenges. In fact, they are known for their supplemental force to minimize and prevent bowed and cracked walls. This process can straighten the wall overtime without excavation.