Foundation walls need support too. After all, these are the walls that are securing your entire home. Look no further—Atlanta Foundation Repair offers you the help you need to ensure that your home does not tilt or fall. We offer an array of wall repair systems geared toward offering your home stability. Our systems are so well designed that you may not have to evacuate your home in order for our wall support to be installed. You need a wall anchor system that you can trust, and we are the trusted source to provide them.
We know that if you visit the basement level of your home, you might notice some anchors in place. Every home should have foundation wall support. The question, however, is whether or not you have wall foundation support that is truly supporting you. Over time, anchors can rust, crack, and cripple. It is important to have a consistent team of experts who can come to your home and let you know when it is time to get more support for your home.
I-beams have been seen as one of the most reliable sources to give your foundation walls the proper anchorage. These I-beams are often made of steel and are positioned on the ceiling of a home in order to add support to the foundation. They are also positioned on the floor. They are then reinforced and often aligned and connected to one another for improved durability. Homes without wall braces are often susceptible to soil erosion which contributes to the destabilization of the home. Even foundation walls built from stone can crumble it not given the proper support. In many cases, helical anchors are used in order to give the home support and proper alignment so that it doesn’t fall victim to more severe weather.
Why wait to call us? We know that even the strongest material for your wall foundation can encounter some severe issues due to changes in the weather as well as the environment on which the house is built. Come get the assistance you need. I-beams have proven to add an extra layer of protection. You don’t want your home to decay or crumble and neither do we.
Bowing is a term used to describe the caving-in of a wall. Please examine your walls and have us come to inspect your situation as well. If your wall bows over three inches, we then have to repair the wall from the outside. You essentially have a problem bigger than managing aesthetics—it’s a serious structural problem that we are best suited to address.
If your foundation wall needs assistance from the outside, in, then evacuation will likely be asked of you, but a little time away from the home will make you feel more comfortable spending most of your time at home after we’re done servicing you. Learn about all of our options to offer your foundation wall more support. We know having that support is critical to the duration of your home.