Foundation Repair in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
When it comes to cracking, bowed or buckling walls, many property owners are relieved to discover the structural integrity of a foundation wall can be restored without the expense and inconvenience of re-building the entire wall.
Foundation Supportworks of New England uses the Foundation Supportworks Inc. (FSI) wall anchor system, which consists of an interior wall plate, an exterior earth anchor and a connecting steel rod to stabilize foundation walls by counteracting pressure exerted against the wall.
Benefits of the FSI Wall Anchor:
- Minimal excavation or disturbance to yard, lawn or landscaping.
- Installed in a day or less.
- No wait – Anchors installed year-round.
- Easily installed in areas with decks, landscaping or flowerbeds.
- Cost-effective – less cost than re-building foundation wall(s).
Wall anchors, a part of Foundation Supportworks of New England foundation repair options, are a property owner’s alternative to completely removing and rebuilding basement walls that have become cracked and bowed as a result of lateral earth pressures exceeding the allowable design capacity of the wall.
The Foundation Supportworks’ wall anchors are spaced in different locations along a wall and rod extenders can be used to avoid decks, flowerbeds and other landscaping.
The entire process usually takes less than a day and since foundation walls don’t have to be rebuilt, your lawn and home are left in almost the same condition as when our installation team arrived.
Whether the cracking or bowing is caused by hydrostatic pressure, expansive soil or another problem, don’t risk the investment in your home by failing to address the issue.
Call our office or contact us online today for a Free Foundation Repair Estimate and Inspection and a certified representative will visit with you to discuss a solution with a warranty that is transferable to future homeowners. We provide services in Massachusetts and Rhode Island including Boston, Providence, Falls River, New Bedford, Brockton, Woonsocket, Cranston, Attleboro and surrounding areas.
Helical anchors are an alternative for commercial projects, large retaining walls, and instances where the traditional wall anchor cannot be installed. A helical anchor (sometimes referred to as a tieback) is mechanically advanced into the earth using a rotating hydraulic drive head.
At Foundation Supportworks of New England, we have the products and experience to select the best method to solve any foundation problem.
Our representatives will inspect your foundation and give you a solution that will give you peace of mind for years to come.