Foundation Repair In Greenwood

Foundation problems may appear at any time, but they should be inspected before further damage can be done. Homes in Greenwood can shift and settle after they’ve been constructed. This can cause cracks on exterior of the home, or they may actually develop in the foundation wall itself.

The foundation is a critical part of a home, and problems seen here can become a larger issue if left alone.

Some warning signs of foundation problems include:

When you need foundation repair to fix the structural integrity of your home, contact the experts at Michaelis!

Foundation Crack Repair

Generally speaking, basement cracks will start at the top of the foundation and work downwards, and penetrate through the concrete wall making the vulnerable to leakage, and causing basements to become wet.

If you have a problem with your foundation walls that leaks, drips, and seeps water, then give Michaelis a call for an inspection. Our estimators can throughly inspect the foundation to pinpoint to cause of problem.

Foundation Crack

Bowed Basement Wall Repair

Bowing or leaning basement walls are a common problem for many homeowners in Greenwood. Bowed basement walls are caused by a variety of issues like the age of the structure, poor construction, or water pressure.

Hydrostatic (water) pressure building up in the soil outside of the house is the most common cause of a bowing foundation wall. If your foundation walls bulge or lean inward, installing wall anchors will push the walls back into place, and prevent them from bowing again.

Bowing or rotating walls may also cause wall cracks to form, resulting in water issues and loss of structural integrity. It is important to watch for the signs of foundation failure, such as bowing or leaning foundation walls, or cracks in your basement walls or floors.

Foundation Settlement Repair

settlement crack

Foundation settlement is hardly ever caused by the design of your home’s structure. Instead, it is often the result of changes in the soil around your home.

There are some types of soils which aren’t able to support the weight or pressure produced by a home. As a result, the foundation sinks into the soft soil.

The placement of certain fill soils around the home during development is common. Whenever these fill soils aren’t compacted properly, it can lead to foundation settlement since there are pockets of air in the soil.

If there are extreme changes in the moisture content of the soil around your home, it’s likely that the saturation will soften the soil so extensively that the home will actually start to sink. This is very common with soils which have a high clay content.

The Restoration and Home Improvement Company Greenwood Homeowners Trust

We’ve successfully completed hundreds of small and large jobs requiring repairs to the foundation. It’s our mission to address the root cause of foundation problems, not to simply provide a temporary fix to the problem.

Theres a reason why so many homeowners call on us for our emergency services. Our trained technicians and staff put customer service first because we want to put you at ease so that you can enjoy your home. Safety and piece of mind is a priority for any home, which is why we make it a priority when we come into yours.

We Provide Foundation Repair To Homes In Greenwood and The Surrounding Area!

Get in contact with Michaelis for an estimate on foundation repair for your Greenwood home. Our team is ready to help you restore your home!


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