When a large amount of rain falls within a short amount of time, the ground doesn’t have much time to soak it up or allow it to drain. Because of this, the ground around your home may become excessively saturated. This puts hydrostatic pressure on your home’s foundation, which can lead to foundation cracks. These cracks may allow water, insects, and even small animals to make their way into your home. If you’d like to avoid such a problem, give us a call. We use underpinning products from the industry leader in foundation repair products, ECP (Earth Contact Products). With our professional products, like steel push piers, helical piers, foundation wall anchors, helical seawall anchors, and helical tieback anchors, we can take care of foundation issues in your Fort Lauderdale, FL home.
Additional Services in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Another common problem that can lead to foundation settlement and failure is seawall erosion. Coastal erosion is a problem for anyone who lives near the coast in Fort Lauderdale. While seawalls can keep this erosion away, they may become damaged in a number of ways that make them ineffective:
- Leaning or bowing
- Horizontal or vertical cracks
- Crumbling or deterioration
- Outward movement
If you see any of these issues in your seawall, contact the seawall repair team at Foundation Professionals of Florida. In order to pull the seawall back to a stable position, we use helical seawall anchors. We also provide targeted grout injection services to stabilize seawalls and keep them sturdy enough to prevent coastal erosion from becoming an issue.
Sinkholes have been in the news a lot lately. Too many stories of homes and even humans being swallowed up by sinkholes have come true. Don’t let your home become a part of such a statistic. Remember as well that small sinkholes can be just as big a problem if you are a homeowner. There are signs that your home may be at risk of sinkhole damage. Doors and windows will become misaligned. This will make them difficult to open and close. Your walls and floors will crack. You may notice walls leaning and floors bowing. If any of these are true of your home, do not wait to give us a call. We can help you determine whether or not your home may be on top of a possible sinkhole. If that is the case, we specialize in compaction grouting to fill in the loose soil that can cause sinkholes. Contact us to help with your sinkhole repair in Fort Lauderdale, Florida needs. We also serve the cities of Tallahassee, Lake City and Jacksonville, FL and the surrounding areas.