Free Home Inspection for Cracks in Foundation
Have you noticed cracks in the foundation of your Little Rock, Arkansas home? You may be wondering how serious your foundation cracks are or if your foundation problem is beyond repair. You may be experiencing something as small as a bit of water seepage in the basement or more noticeable damage such as sloping and uneven floors.
No matter what the severity, foundation cracks can quickly turn into dangerous structural issues that can be costly to repair. If you have noticed cracks in your Little Rock, AR foundation, give Airlift Concrete Experts a call today. If you have a crack in your foundation, we can give you a free home inspection to determine how serious it is and give you a quote on the repairs needed. Our company values honesty and integrity above all else, and we are dedicated to providing you with only the services that you need at a fair price.
Causes of Foundation Cracks
So what causes foundation cracks? There are several things that happen naturally or accidentally that can cause your foundation to crack. Some of these include:
- Maturing tree roots beneath concrete surfaces
- Poor concrete installation
- Excessive movement during concrete installation
- Underground plumbing leaks or broken pipes
- Oversaturated earth swelling and soil expansion
- Too much water added to the concrete mix
- Freeze and thaw cycle
- Low-quality concrete
- Inadequately compacted soil
- Hot, dry weather conditions
Solutions for Foundation Cracks in Arkansas
1. Sealing concrete foundation cracks and voids with polyjacking
The professionals at Airlift Concrete Experts offer polyjacking to fix concrete foundation cracks and give your foundation long-lasting stability. Polyjacking is a quick, simple, and affordable process that repairs cracked or chipping concrete foundations. Polyjacking is highly recommended for the following advantages and more:
- Quick installation time
- No excavation needed
- Cures in minutes
- Never loses density
- Seals cracks, joints, voids
- Prevents future settlement
2. Fixing foundation cracks permanently with foundation piers
If your foundation cracks are severe enough that they have caused foundation settlement or failure, we can use steel piers to raise and level your foundation back to its original state. Steel piers are driven deep under the soil of your foundation. Once the piers are stabilized on strong soil, your foundation will be lifted onto them so that it has long-term support: preventing future cracks and settlement.
For all of your foundation crack repair needs, be
sure to call Airlift Concrete Experts. We are your
number one contact for professional foundation repair in Arkansas.