This house is 1960’s built house that had issues with water seepage and a minor horizontal wall fracture. This horizontal fracture in this particular foundation did not display any notable deflection. But with any horizontal fracture we consider it structural and look to reduce lateral loads so as to decrease the chance of future inward deflection. In some cases we will recommend an interior structure wall for reinforcement, or as in this case, monitoring for a period of time after our project.
There was a significant amount of concrete to remove prior to excavation. This was done after which excavation was completed. We found that some areas had been repaired previously by others with tar and poly. This repair had failed and had to be removed. We were then able to chip out all fractures and patch them with hydraulic cement.
(After a record-breaking rainfall in July 2012 and days before we were leaving on vacation, we returned home and) found that our basement was flooded….Read more
Access to the site was a challenge. Material to be removed and replaced had to be loaded into wheelbarrows and pushed uphill and down. It was an arduo…Read more
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