In the Marion, IN area, the soil is expansive. This type of soil shrinks when it is dry and expands when extremely wet. This shifting of the soil underneath your foundation also causes your foundation to shift and settle. If you start to see any of the signs of foundation failure, contact the professionals at PFS Basement & Foundation Repair. Some of the signs to look for to see if you have foundation problems are:
The experts at PFS Basement & Foundation Repair have the solutions for your foundation repair needs. We use helical anchors manufactured by Earth Contact Products (ECP), the best in the industry, for foundation repair for both heavy structures and light structures such as stoops and decks.
Helical anchors are ideal for applications where there is a need to resist a tension of compressive force or both. The advantages of using helical anchors for foundation repair are:
A helical anchor, also known as helical pier, is a steel shaft that is similar to a large screw. They are used when challenging soil conditions are present. These helical anchors transfers the load of the structure through unsuitable soil to stronger, suitable soil deeper into the earth. They are thread into the ground to the suitable soil then the structure is transferred to the load bearing soil. Installing helical piers does not require large excavation work, minimizing the installation time and requiring little disturbance to the work site.
For any of your foundation repair or basement waterproofing in the Marion, IN area, including Fort Wayne and Wabash, IN, contact the professionals at PFS Basement & Foundation Repair. We will inspect your home and find the best solution for your foundation repair needs. We have the experience and use the base products available for foundation repair and basement waterproofing. Call us today for a free inspection.