Why should you repair your foundation?
Your foundation is a strong system that is built to last over 100 years, but there are some situations that can occur which will cause cracks or bowing of the foundation walls. When this happens, you’ll need to consider foundation repair services. The Real Seal offers professional foundation repair in Chicago to keep your home safe. Our team has been working on foundations for many years.
One of the most common reasons for bowing is water pressure pushing against the foundation walls. This gets even worse in freezing Chicago temperatures when ice can put even more pressure against your foundation.
Some other common causes of problems include tree roots, heavy soil pressing against your foundation walls, poor initial construction, the age of your foundation, settling from the weight of your home on the foundation, deterioration due to time, shrinkage from the curing of concrete, and more.
How to Fix your Foundation – What are common foundation repair services, and how are they completed?
By using an advanced carbon fiber wall support system, we are able to distribute the outside pressure evenly across the entire foundation wall which eliminates further bowing and cracking.
This repair system works on small and large cracks including stair stepping cracks in concrete block foundations. This carbon fiber wall support system structurally repairs cracks, stops them from moving and prevents water from leaking into your basement.
Rhino Carbon Fiber wall supports are the industry leader in foundation repairs involving bowed walls and cracked walls.
Rhino wall supports is a bi-directional support system that is designed to be the strongest solution to repair your bowed foundation wall, as well as repairing foundation cracks and stair stepping cracks in concrete block walls, leaking cracks, and hairline cracks that injection won’t fix.
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