FOUNDATION, CONCRETE AND DRIVEWAY REPAIR
COMMON SIGNS TO LOOK FOR
Identifying cracks in walls, floors, and ceilings is important when assessing potential foundation damage. Deterioration can be the result of a variety of issues including soil, climate, plumbing leaks, poor soil compaction, and inadequate foundation drainage. To help you identify potential foundation problems, we’ve compiled a list of common issues that may indicate the need for foundation repairs.
Residential Foundation Repair
We offer no-charge evaluations that require no commitment upfront. Your home's repairs will depend on several factors. Some of the services we offer are the following : slab repair, mudjacking, tunneling, composite piling, pier and beam, etc. We make sure the repairs are done right the first time.
Commercial Foundation Repair
We have experience with Multifamily Apartments, Retail Strip Centers, Warehouses and more. Perma-Pier foundation inspectors conduct a 5-step commercial assessment to determine the proper course of action based on each locations' soil type. Our 5-step commercial process ensures each repair will last.
Driveway and Concrete Repair
Concrete Crack and Joint Repair
Concrete Repair and Maintenance
Top Coat Sealing
Inspect your brick and masonry to look for noticeable changes such as cracking and flaking each day. Most brick and masonry problems can be prevented by maintaining proper drainage systems and preventing water from accumulating on your property.
Stuck Windows and Doors
Foundation problems can make it difficult to open and close your doors and windows properly. Gaps at the top of a door, whether exterior or interior, happens when your foundation settles. Leveling the foundation can fix these issues throughout your residential or commercial property.
Expansion Joint Separation
Expansion joints are installed into a structure to help compensate for natural changes. These changes could be small shifts in the earth, humidity, wind, rain, or changes in temperature throughout the seasons. If your foundation is settling in one or more corners of the house, it can cause the expansion joint to separate and fail, resulting in even more cracking.
Street creep is a common foundation problem resulting from thermal expansion and contraction of concrete streets and pavement surrounding a property, causing the street to “creep” and exert tremendous pressure at the edge of the concrete, where the driveway meets a garage slab or house foundation wall.