Waterproofing + Drainage and Concrete Installation
A process where our main goal is to divert water away from the house perimeter or crawl space and prevent water intrusion that cause structural damages.
Concrete walkways can enhance curb appeal, provide a non-slip surface, and are an affordable option compared to other materials such as natural stone or pavers. Additionally, concrete can withstand extreme weather conditions, prevent direct soil saturation and making it a long-lasting and durable material for high traffic areas
Earthquake retrofitting adds hardware to the existing structure making it more resistant to sliding off the foundation during seismic activity.
A process used to repair, strengthen, or increase the depth of an existing foundation by lowering the footing to allow it to rest on more supportive soil.
A type of foundation repair that lifts and levels a settled section of a home back into place to eliminate slanted, bowed, and uneven floors.
A process where we are able to repair foundation cracks by applying heavy duty metal straps and our unique mortar mix formula to prolong the foundations lifespan.
A process where we install new support thorough-out the crawl space in order to repair issues such as: sticking doors, sloping floors, and drywall cracks.
Concrete slab replacement involves the full-depth, full lane width removal of a severely deteriorated concrete slab and replacing it with an appropriate repair materials that meets today new building codes.
In extreme situations where a foundation can not be repaired a replacement is a necessary requirement. Foundation replacement is a process where the foundation of the house is being exposed, removed, and then replaced with a new and resilient foundation
Retaining walls are great solution for soil management on sloped lots or hill side properties. They present a barrier that prevents soil from shifting or sliding down slope, especially when there is heavy rain or lack of trees or other vegetation to hold soil in place.
Sump pits are mostly used in properties that sit close to or below the water table. Their goal is to remove additional water from a specific area, then relocate it to a safer area and prevent flood damage
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