- Beach Erosion
- Concrete Tripping Problems
- Cracks - Ceiling & Wall Cracks
- Cracks - Concrete Slab Cracks
- Cracks - Foundation Cracks
- Foundation Leaks
- Gaps in Windows & Doors
- Garage Column Cracks
- Leaning Chimneys
- Loss of Pool Water
- Pool Deck Problems
- Settling Foundation
- Shifting Foundation
- Sloping Floors
- Sticking Doors & Windows
- Storm Water
- Glossary of Industry Terms
Cape Coral, Florida
When a lot of rain falls in a little bit of time, the ground around your home can become overly saturated. This saturation creates what is called hydrostatic pressure, which pushes on your home's foundation. If this pressure surpasses the load that your foundation was built to withstand, it may crack. These cracks can let in water, insects, and unwanted critters. Don't allow this to be a problem for your home. If you notice anything of the like happening, give Foundation Professionals of Florida a call today. We will inspect the situation and come up with a repair solution based on our experience. Most of our solutions involve the installation of an ECP underpinning pier such as a steel pier or helical pier, but we also use polyurethane solutions to fill voids beneath your foundation and lift and level slabs in the Cape Coral, FL area.
Additional Services in Cape Coral, FL
In areas like Cape Coral, it is not uncommon for seaside homeowners to struggle with coastal erosion. Fortunately, seawalls help to prevent this erosion from leading to soil movement that could affect the structural integrity of your foundation. If you notice any of the following issues in your seawall, contact Foundation Pros of FL for seawall repair options to keep erosion away:
- Bowing or leaning
- Horizontal or vertical cracks
- Crumbling or deterioration
- Outward movement
These are all indications that you should invest in seawall repair. Our team will inspect your seawall and make sure that it is sturdy enough to keep coastal erosion away from your home and foundation. We offer both seawall helical anchors and targeted grout injection to repair seawalls around Cape Coral, FL.
Another danger to be cautious of in Florida is sinkholes. We've seen too many examples of this in the news lately. Florida's soil is made up of limestone. The acid in rainfall dissolves the limestone and creates cavities and voids. The land surface then collapses into the cavities creating the sinkhole. If you keep yourself aware and educated about sinkholes, you can avoid the danger in your home. Watch out for cracking floors and walls, especially floors cracking in a circular pattern. Misaligned doors and windows and leaning walls are another sign of sinkhole development. If you notice any of this going on in your home, don't wait to call us. We'll inspect the issue and determine if you are at risk of a sinkhole. We specialize in compaction grouting to fill in the loose soil that can cause sinkholes.
Call us right away to find out which repair solution
is the right one for your Cape Coral, Florida home.