These types of cracks are a common indication that your foundation is suffering from soil settlement. With uneven upward force throughout the home, cracks will begin to appear where walls meet, where walls meet ceilings, and at corners of doors and windows
This sagging garage wall is the cause of the crack from the first picture. The foundation has settled nearly 2 1/2" at this point.
Hydraulic push pier fastened to foundation footing in garage ready for lifting.
Great shot of the middle garage support post connected to a push pier. This pier is adjacent to the pier from the previous picture.
After photo of longest wall in garage. Last piece of project is to cement over piers.
Corner pier clean up. Foundation supported and lifted successfully.
After photo from middle garage support. We take pride in the cleanup process and make sure everything is back to normal condition or better than when we found it.
Getting the job done right the first time means two things. Identifying your home, and finding who can do it the best. Foundation stabilization projects are not a do-it-yourself job. For most people, their home is their biggest investment. Make sure that the company you have working on your home, is the most reliable in the business.
What we accomplished in this foundation stabilization project was permanent foundation stabilization and 2 1/2" of lift to re-level the home.