Bowed Basement Wall Repair
The moment you notice your basement walls bowing, you need to contact a professional to get a structural assessment. Bowing or bucking walls are an issue that can cause complete foundation failure if left untreated, this will in turn lead to a costly foundation replacement. Generally caused by the buildup of hydrostatic pressure in the soil, bowed basement walls can happen at any time. Soil expands and contracts during normal seasonal weather changes, this puts an enormous amount of pressure on your basement walls. If you have noticed issues with your foundation walls then you may be in need of bowed wall repair. Our team can help you repair your basement walls quickly.
Cracking, bowing, and buckling foundations are indicators of a serious problem that should be repaired immediately before they cause more serious issues. If you have noticed any of these problems, then you may also be experiencing a basement waterproofing issue. It is common for homeowners to experience a number of issues related to basement leaks when dealing with a damaged foundation.
How We Repair Bowed Basement Walls
Our team of foundation repair professionals uses a variety of quality foundation repair products to fix bowed or leaning basement walls. We have the experience you need to inspect and determine the cause and extent of any damage to your foundation walls. Take a look below to see how we repair bowed basement walls.
SafeBase Wall Anchors
The SafeBasements wall anchor system was designed to repair bowed basement walls. The system consists of an anchor and a wall plate designed to pull your basement walls back to where they are supposed to be and provide the needed strength to keep the walls in place. When the wall anchor is installed the lateral strength of your wall is restored and will resist the forces exerted by expanding soils.
Contact Our Experts For Bowed Wall Repair Services Today
If you have noticed any bowed or leaning basement walls then you should contact our experts to set up an inspection and repair appointment. You can schedule an appointment by calling us at 410-263-9682 or by filling out our online contact form.