Wall cracks can come in all different shapes and sizes, but they all could indicate that your foundation may be settling. Foundation cracks can raise questions about the stability and strength within your foundation. Will water begin to enter my home? Will the crack get bigger over time? What is the best way to go about this situation? 

There are several solutions to be able to repair a foundation’s crack and return to stability. Here are some examples:

Foundation Piers

Push Piers: Push Piers are an excellent way to support and stabilize your home from the ground up. The piers help lift and transfer the weight of the home deep below the bedrock. This solution is known to seal cracks, lift the foundation to its original position, and improve operation with windows and doors. 















Helical Piers: Helical piers are suitable for both heavy and lightweight structures to provide permanent stabilization in your home. These piers can be seen to help level a deck or stoop.

Polylevel: A lightweight injection foam called polyurethane, also known as Polylevel, can be used to fill the void underneath the home to help raise one’s foundation. It is lightweight and durable; it can hold up to 4,000 lbs per square foot on its own.


If you need a solution to repair your foundation cracks, schedule your free inspection today!