Foundation Repair Photo Album: Foundation Damage to Trusted Solutions with Midwest Foundation Repair
Amanda, who bought her house in the past year, began noticing damage to her foundation walls, including cracks and a slight bow. She was upset that the previous owners failed to disclose these issues before she purchased the house. Expressing her concern, she emphasized her desire to ensure that future owners wouldn't have to deal with the same problems she faced.
Due to our reputation for transparency and honesty regarding her house's issues, Amanda chose our services. We provided her with multiple options to address the problems, which gave her peace of mind, knowing that we were knowledgeable experts in the field.
Our team installed carbon armor on one wall and two power braces on another. Amanda specifically requested the use of carbon armor in the room she wanted to finish, as it would yield the best outcome due to its compact size. For the room underneath her stoop, where she was also experiencing issues, we installed power braces.
Interestingly, I managed to secure this job just 30 minutes before a competing company was scheduled to assess the project. Amanda canceled her appointment with the other company because she appreciated my openness and honesty about the solutions and issues at hand. Consequently, she chose our services instead.
Amanda praised our crew for their professionalism and their thorough guidance throughout the entire project, from start to finish.
Slight cracks and bowing appear in her foundation.
In the upper part of the image where the ceiling connects with the wall, you can see the curve that indicates bowing!
PowerBraces were the best solution for this portion of the basement because they straighten the wall over time and are strong enough to hold the foundation up.
CarbonArmor for This Wall!
CarbonArmor was the best choice for this wall because the damage was not as bad. When caught early enough, foundation walls can be saved with this method.