Stabilizing your home’s foundation is a tricky job. Since your foundation is located underneath your property, locating and fixing the damaged area is not an easy task. You need to consider the things that surround your foundation, as well as the overall condition of your building. Sure, little fixes can be covered through simple DIYs, but when the problem has greatly affected a good portion of your property then calling in the professionals will do you a lot of good.

Foundation Underpinning is a Solid Choice

There are a lot of methods that can help support your foundation, and underpinning is just one of the many. Foundation underpinning works by utilizing a push pier system (made from high-strength steel) which is hydraulically placed through heavy-duty steel brackets that are installed deep within the ground. In this way, your foundation will be given the support it needs, especially when it has been settling for a very long time.

Because of its simple installation process, foundation underpinning will grant you the following benefits:

  • Stabilizes your foundations better than other options (due to its reach)
  • The galvanized steel components are resistant to corrosion and thus, has a long life span
  • The installation process does not require any use of invasive equipment
  • Has the ability to level your foundation back to position
  • Is available all year-round
  • Boosts/restores the value of your property

KC Waterproofing has been in the foundation stabilization and repair business for decades. We have seen a lot of homes suffer due to damaged foundations, and if you believe that your property is experiencing the same problems, then it is our job to fix the situation. We ensure we learn the cause of your foundation damage so we can offer up the best solution to fit your needs.

Let us, at KC Waterproofing, restore your foundations back to its tip top form! If you have any other questions or inquiries, please contact us to schedule a free consultation. Moreover, our services are available to homes in the Greater Kansas City Area.