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If you have a crawl space and the floors above are out of level, you may have a structural problem in your crawl space. Crawl space jacks can address the structural problems.
If a concrete slab is uneven, it could be because of settlement or foundation heaving. Foundation settlement can be solved by installing foundation piers.
Supportworks Push Piers are made of steel and are driven deep into the soil beneath a foundation to solve settlement problems.
Push piers can be installed inside or outside your foundation walls and are not visible once the repair is complete.
In many scenarios, push piers not only stop settlement but lift the foundation back to its original position, closing cracks and improving window and door operation.
Barton H. of Morganton, NC was conercened with he growing crack in his foundation. He wanted to protect his family home for future generations, so he called Cantey Foundation specialists. At Cantey Foundation Specialists, we can inspect your foundation at no charge, providing you with a written solution that's warrantied to permanently stabilize your home's structure. In many cases, we may even be able to close the cracks, straighten doors and windows, and return your foundation to its original position.
Kathy K. of Gastonia, NC noticed something not quite right in her brick exterior. Stair-step cracking is one of the surest signs of foundation settlement and is very common in brick in concrete block walls. As the settlement continues, vertical cracks may widen or become uneven as wall sections tilt away from each other, indicating more severe displacement. Cantey was able to identify the problem and develop a plan to help Kathy K. to get her family home the stability it needed to give her peace of mind.
Norvell P. noticed settlement issues and sagging floors throughout his mother's home in Fort Mill, SC. He said, "The kitchen floor seems to have spots where I can feel it dipping down and sinking down." In order to protect their investment, Norvell researched online and found CanteyCanFixIt.com. Shortly after, System Design Specialist Jamie Beresford inspected the home, and he found rotten wood beams throughout the crawl space. Knowing the structure was weakened because of the wood rot, Specialist Jamie advised that Norvell replace the wood rot right away so that the house would be structurally sound. The Production Crew led by Foreman Matt Garcia replaced the outer rim joists and joist sisters with our treated lumber, and then pushed 3 Piers to stabilize the foundation from any future movement. Norvell and his mother can now relax knowing that the home is safe to live in for many years to come!