Can You Repair a Sinking Foundation?
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Can You Repair a Sinking Foundation?

August 21, 2019

Few things are more distressing than discovering the place you call home is sinking. When a foundation sinks, an incredible amount of force is put on the structure of the house. If left alone, this can cause load-bearing walls to bow and crack, windows to shatter, and floors to slant — even collapse!

 

A sinking foundation is about as bad as it gets. If not remedied in time, the sinking will only continue, resulting in major structural damage. Fortunately, there is something that can be done; it's called polyjacking.

Our team has more than a decade of experience raising and repairing sunken foundations through polyjacking. Just last year, we used deep foam injection to lift and re-stabilize the foundation of one of Cheyenne, Wyoming's most treasured historic homes. You can watch the entire process here!

 

An inexpensive and non-invasive method, deep injection polyjacking offers a host of advantages compared to other concrete leveling methods.

  • Polyjacking does not add stress to existing concrete (access points are only 5/8") and increases structural integrity.

  • Polyjacking has extreme lifting capability. (Just watch this video and you'll see what we mean!)

  • Polyjacking sub-seals floors and waterproofs walls, repelling water for life.

  • Polyjacking is cost-effective and eco-friendly

If you or someone you know has a sinking foundation, do not hesitate to call! Regardless of what is causing your concrete to settle, we can lift and level it back to the desired height. 

 

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