The saturated soil around your foundation can place a great deal of pressure on your basement walls causing them to bow in. This pressure varies based on the types of soil that are present, how much moisture is in the soil, and how tall your foundation walls are. Matthews Wall Anchor & Waterproofing can help you with problems caused by expansive soils.
Other factors can also contribute to basement wall stability issues:
Expansive soils pose a significant hazard to foundations. The swelling clays can exert uplift pressure and damage to structures. As these soils get wet, the clay absorbs the water and expands, then as it dries it shrinks leaving large voids in the soil. The way to avoid damage from these expansive soils is to extend the foundation beneath the area of water content fluctuation. Matthews Wall Anchor & Waterproofing Service has the solution to prevent these expansive soils from further damaging your foundation.
Basement walls that are showing signs of bowing, buckling, and tilting can get worse over time, and they should be addressed to assure the integrity of your home. From wall anchors to helical tiebacks and carbon fiber, Matthews Wall Anchor & Waterproofing Services specializes in wall repair work and will apply the best solution to your particular need.
Cracks in block walls and masonry are usually the first sign of wall failure. Then sections of the wall can actually start to buckle, bow, and tilt inwards. Left unchecked, this damage will worsen and can even result in basement walls that completely collapse.
We use the Earth Contact Products (ECP) Wall Anchor System to stabilize cracked, bowing, or buckling walls. Once a series of these wall anchors have been installed, the system can be gradually tightened to return damaged walls to their original straight, plumb position. With almost 30 years of experience with wall anchors, we are unmatched in our ability to solve your basement and retaining wall problems. Wall anchors are in our name. Trust Matthews Wall Anchor & Waterproofing to fix your basement wall problems today.