Crack Injection: One common method of foundation repair is crack injection. This process involves injecting epoxy or polyurethane into the foundation cracks to stop further damage. Watch the video below to see the Grid Stitch method in action
Underpinning: This method involves the addition of new foundation supports to the existing foundation to improve load-bearing capacity. A process called resistance piers or helical piers are often used for this method.
Grouting: This process involves injecting grout underneath the foundation to fill any voids or spaces between the foundation and soil.
Carbon Fiber Reinforcement: Here, carbon fiber straps or plates are used to reinforce the weak or damaged foundation walls.
Excavation: For severely damaged foundations, excavation may be required to access and repair the foundation. This method involves digging around the foundation, repairing or replacing damaged parts, and rebuilding the foundation.