Foundation Cracks in Abie
Cracks in a foundation must be taken care of quickly before they trigger even more serious problems. There are many things that can cause this common structural problem, including the natural curing process of concrete. Also, the crack could be caused from something more serious, such as as settlement issue or a bowing wall. You will need to have the wall inspected by a professional to get a complete understanding of what caused the issue in the first place. During a consultation with our repair team, we can provide you with a FREE inspection and estimate.
Solutions We Offer For Foundation Cracks in Abie Area
At Lincoln Foundation Pros, we use epoxy injection to fill and seal wall cracks. First, we clean off the surface of the crack so that no dust is able to get inside during the repair process. Afterward, we fill the crack up completely with the epoxy material. It will quickly cure, dry, and you can paint over it to match with the rest of your basement environment. Then, the crack is sealed off and it will never again let moisture seep into your home. If the cause of the crack was a sinking home, we will have to install our foundation piering system to help hold up the weight of your home. If the wall cracks were due to a problem with leaning basement walls, we can install wall anchors to help prevent additional bowing.
Nebraska's Reliable Foundation Crack Specialists
We are Nebraska reliable foundation crack specialists you can count on with our 10+ years in the business. Our team of professionals have worked with numerous homeowners over the years, and we have helped them with wall cracks, sinking homes, bowing walls, tilting chimneys, floor cracks, and more. We fix all types of cracks - vertical, horizontal, and stair-step. We want our customers to know that we can work on any kind of foundation, including stone, cinder block, concrete, and more.
Feel free to call us today if you would like more information about our foundation repair services. We look forward to hearing from you soon!