Not all foundation cracks are created equal.

Foundation settlement that causes cracks in the foundation and walls of a home is a common issue throughout the Midwest. Many times, the settlement is caused by poor soil contents, high water tables, and other environmental factors.

Here are the warning signs that you may have a foundation crack repair need.

Not all foundation cracks are created equal. Some point to normal settling, but others can signal the need for a foundation crack repair. Listed here are a few of the most commons signs of a foundation issue.

To understand the severity of your foundation issue, you can schedule a free evaluation with a certified foundation repair expert.

  • Cracks on the outside and inside of the foundation wall
  • Windows and doors sticking or not working properly
  • Visible settlement from the outside of the home
  • Cracks in the brick on home’s exterior
  • Diagonal cracks in drywall

Our foundation crack repair experts offer a number of permanent solutions.

Installing a helical pier allows you to transfer the weight of your home from the poor soil around it onto a solid steel pier that has been screwed into load-bearing strata (layers of rock, or compacted soil).

Our piers resemble a screw and are made of strong, durable, solid metal alloy that will stand the test of time. Each pier is carefully placed and screwed into place. The proper torque is evaluated to determine when the pier is able to bear the weight of your home.

These piers are ideal for most residential and commercial structures and can be installed in any season—there is no need to wait until spring or summer to complete your foundation repair work. Additionally, the Helical Piers do not require a lot of excavation, which means there shouldn’t be a problem saving the landscaping around your home.

Installing a push pier allows you to transfer the weight of your home from the poor soil around it onto the solid steel pier that has been hydraulically pushed into load-bearing strata (layers of rock, or compacted soil).

Our piers are made of strong, durable, solid metal alloy that will stand the test of time. Each pier is carefully placed and pushed in to a monitored depth, and we perform a load test to determine when the pier can successfully bear the weight of your home.

These piers are ideal for most residential and commercial structures.

Are you ready to secure the strength of your home?

It’s easy to get answers to your questions.

Schedule a free home evaluation.

Meet with a certified foundation repair expert.

Enjoy a strong, dry, leak-proof basement or crawl space.