COMMON FOUNDATION PROBLEMS
The following is a list of common foundation problems that we see in the state of Arkansas. Since Arkansas is covered in expansive clays, many Arkansas homeowners will inevitably experience foundation issues due to the shrinking and swelling of the soil. If your home was built on soil that was poorly compacted, or if a lot of excess water builds up around your foundation, these problems are more likely to occur.
- Bowing & Leaning Walls
- Cracked Brick
- Ceiling Cracks
- Cracked Concrete Blocks
- Crumbling & Chipping Concrete
- Door Sticking
- Foundation Cracks
- Foundation Settlement
- Garage Cracks
- Leaning Chimney
- Slab Cracks
- Sloping & Uneven Floors
- Sunken Concrete
- Wall Cracks
If you notice any of the signs above, don't hesitate to give us a call. Often, these issues
can lead to more serious problems in your home. Your foundation is
the base and support of your home or business. To protect what is probably your largest
investment, let us help you with concrete leveling and
foundation repairs today.
Foundation Repair Solutions
The expert team at Airlift Concrete Experts has the tools and expertise needed to repair your foundation problems. We specialize in several different foundation repair methods to keep your home safe and in good condition. Let us give you a custom solution by scheduling a free inspections and quote.
Some of the foundation repair products that we install include: helical piers, steel push piers, new construction piers, and helical tiebacks. These underpinning products are great solutions to provide support to sinking foundations. They work to lift them back to their original positions, providing them with long lasting strength. Our piers are driven into deep soil to find soil that is stable enough to hold your foundation. Then, the entire weight of your structure is lifted onto the piers. Our foundation repair solutions are guaranteed to last!
Check out our Arkansas service area to see if foundation repair services are available at your location. We serve a 60 mile radius around Alexander, Arkansas.