Foundation Repair in Fraser
Foundation Authority repairs foundation problems in Fraser before they create more damage to your home. We inject and fix cracks and install helical piers to level out a sinking foundation.
Below are indicators that you may have foundation issues:
The Foundation Authority Advantage
Foundation Authority professionals have over 72 years combined experience providing revolutionary solutions using the newest high-tech equipment to fix waterproofing and foundation problems. We understand the intricacies and issues of different environments and locations throughout the state of Michigan and in your city of Fraser.
Helical Piers which use crew piles with steel shafts and are installed by being screwed into the ground with a hydraulic torque motor. Our methods are designed to solve the foundation and structural problems with your home or business in Fraser.
Bowing Walls in Fraser
Bowing walls in Fraser are most common due to hydrostatic pressure which is primarily caused when the ground around your home is saturated. The water creates pressure against your foundation walls which causes them to bow or lean. Depending on your problem, our foundation experts will suggest carbon fiber straps, steel beams, and/or helical tiebacks to fix the issue. If left unchecked, your foundation problem can become a bigger more costly issue in the future and can make your home in danger of collapsing.
Basement Waterproofing in Fraser
Water damage can destabilize your property’s structure, ruin your valuable possessions, and cause dangerous mold that is unsafe for your family and pets. There are many reasons that cause leaky basements in Fraser. Our experts will look at the source to provide the solution. This includes inspecting drains, gutters, downspouts, foundation cracks and settlement, hydrostatic pressure, leaky plumbing, missing or blocked foundation drains, and soil drainage.
Retaining Walls in Fraser
Retaining walls in Fraser are used to hold up soil outside of a structure for patios, if the yard is on a slope, or if the interior grade is lower than the outside level. A retaining wall is designed to resist overturning or siding from forces such as soil. In Fraser, we most commonly use an L- shaped footing for concrete walls with a base approximately 1/3 to 1/2 the height of the wall to prevent overturning, and a notch (or keyway) at the end of the footing extending further down to prevent sliding. We reinforce the halls with rebar to give them the proper strength needed.
Egress Windows in Fraser
Not only do egress windows provide additional ventilation and light into your basement, but they also have an important function as an emergency escape window that saves lives. If you use your basement as a living space in Fraser, according to building code, you need an egress window.
Crack Repairs in Fraser
If your basement is leaking through the walls or floors or contains moisture, you are at risk of foundation damage. Foundation Authority uses various compounds for fixing wall cracks depending on the issue, but crack injection is the most common method in Fraser. When injecting cracks, we use either epoxy or an expanding urethane compound into the crack to help prevent water from seeping into the basement.
Postponing foundation repairs costs homeowners, a lot of money. Ignoring foundation problems can cause the following problems:
Fraser can trust Foundation Authority to get the job done correctly. We can’t wait for you to spread the word and tell your neighbors!