Foundation Settlement Repair
In a home or commercial property, foundation settlement can cause extensive damage and is a significant issue requiring immediate professional attention. Failure to repair foundation settlement with solutions, such as helical piers or push piers, can create bigger structural problems. Listed below are the signs of foundation problems homeowners and property owners should regularly inspect to ensure their space is safe.
At J.D. Johnson Waterproofing, we inspect and resolve foundation settlement issues. Our Foundation Repair Specialists instruct our customers on the best course of action to correct the issue and prevent future damage throughout the process.
Signs of Foundation Problems
Be aware of the external and internal signs of foundation problems. If you notice any of these signs in your home or property, contact our team immediately to prevent further damage.
External signs indicating foundation settlement issues include:
- Stair stepping cracks in the brick or mortar
- Gaps around doors and windows
- Cracks in the foundation
- Fascia board pulling away
Internal signs indicating foundation settlement issues include:
- Walls bowing in or out
- Cracks in the wall
- Water intrusion
- Horizontal, vertical, or diagonal cracks
Foundation Repair Solutions
J.D. Johnson Waterproofing installs helical pier systems to repair foundation settlement issues. Helical piers can permanently stabilize a foundation and make the home level again. Helical piers differ from push piers, another foundation settlement repair solution, because we “screw” helical piers into the ground instead of pushing them in. The installation of helical piers is quick and efficient because it requires minimal excavation and does not depend on the weather condition.
We offer helical piers in square and round shafts for our customers. Square shaft piers correct tension (uplift) situations, and round shaft piers repair compression (downward) situations.
Helical piers have significant load-bearing capability and can repair compression (upward) and tension (downward) applications.
Push piers, often referred to as resistance piers, are a foundation settlement repair method for homes and other structures. Our Foundation Repair Specialists drive the push piers deep into the soil to lift and support weak foundations for commercial buildings, brick structures, and residential homes. We exclusively use the Earth Contact Products (ECP) Steel Push Pier System.
We hydraulically drive the steel piers through the patented steel bracket to a load-bearing stratum, and the entire structure works as the reaction. The PPB-350 pier system can close cracks in masonry and restore settlement even on the heaviest structures. The ECP PPB-350 provides the strongest support for your foundation.
PPB-350-- Underpinning Bracket Specifications
|Product Style||Underpinning Bracket|
|Component||PPB-350 Steel Pier|
|Bearing Surface||74 Square Inches|
|Lift Capacity||Fully Adjustable for Unlimited Lift|
|Coating||Black (Optional Hot Dip Galvanized)|
|Pier Pipe Spec||ASTM A653 Galvanized|
|Pier Pipe Size||3.5" OD x .165 wall x 42" length|
|Standard Package Unit||Each Bracket w/ 14' of pier material|
|Weight||210 lbs. (1680 lbs per pallet)|
Underpinning Bracket Assembly
Option: PPB-350-IP, PPB-350-SB and High Strength Non-Shrink Grout
Our Foundation Repair Specialists at J.D. Johnson Waterproofing are professionals with the training and expertise to repair foundation settlement issues. If you notice any signs of foundation settlement issues inside or outside your home or property, click the button below to get in touch with our team.Contact Us