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#ProTipTuesday: Poly-Pier is the Better Choice

Why you Should Choose Poly-Pier If you are looking for a slab-lifting solution, then look no further than Poly-Pier. This polyurethane injection solution will lift your concrete slab with no problem. Almost all concrete slabs will eventually have issues with settlement or sinking. Luckily, Poly-Pier is an incredibly resilient foundation repair solution that is made…

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#FeaturedJobFriday: 134-Year-Old Brick Sewer Outflow System Repair

Sewer Outflow Rehabilitation:¬†Atlas Systems of New England The City of Springfield, Massachusetts Connecticut River Combined Sewer Outflow (CSO) Rehabilitation Project was started due to a 134-year-old brick sewer outflow system and headwall was is dire disrepair. The project called for the removal of the headwall and relining the brick sewer pipe. Because the outflow was…

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#FeaturedJobFriday: Part of Lincoln, Nebraska Redevelopment Project

For this Featured Job Friday, we are looking at a job done by Epp Concrete. In Lincoln, Nebraska, Epp Concrete’s foundation repair division completed an installation of 24 helical piers for the Dairy House Renovation project. The property location is 726 L Street in Lincoln, Nebraska, which is the southern side of Lincoln’s popular Haymarket…

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The Project of the Year from Driven 2018

Our First Project of the Year Award Our Driven 2018 conference was an absolute success! Our wonderful sponsors and vendors made it happen and we are so glad to have worked with such great people. This year we added an award called the “Project of the Year Award”. It was awarded to Dalinghaus Construction for…

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#FeaturedJobFriday: Soil Erosion Leads to Problems in Pensacola, FL

This week we feature a job from Foundation Professionals of Florida. Obviously rain has been an issue across much of the country, and Florida and the Gulf are no exception. Changes in soil conditions lead to soil erosion and soil erosion leads to foundation settlement. It can cause voids to form under the foundation of…

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#FeaturedJobFriday: Q&A – Can Foundation Repair Leveling my Sloping Floor?

When homeowners call in to our My Foundation Repairs team, a question we hear quite frequently is “Can foundation repairs fix my sloping floors?” The answer can be yes! Here is an example from Bay Area Underpinning in the Bay Area of California that does just that. Steve Egloff and his team at Bay Area…

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Water & Foundation Problems: By the Numbers

Let’s take a look at the graphic to the right and discuss some of the most common problems our ECP Contractor Partners see when they are out on a job. Our contractors can resolve foundation problems caused by all of these signs, and provide a customized solution for all of your waterproofing and foundation repair…

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#FeaturedJobFriday: Small Things can Mean Big Problems

Sometimes it is the most mundane problem that is an indicator of a foundation problem. We see it all the time. This week’s Featured Job Friday is a perfect example of that.¬† This past May, KC Waterproofing was contacted about a job in Belton, Missouri. The homeowner was experiencing windows that stick. Upon further inspection,…

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Red Flags that your may have too much water in your soil

Red Flags that Your Property has Oversaturated Soils

Expansive soils that are oversaturated with water are a leading cause of foundation problems. Around the country currently, we have seen weather problems and flooding that have causes foundation problems and failures. The East Coast has a tropical storm that is being upgraded to a hurricane that will inevitably cause problems there. So we know…

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#FeaturedJobFriday: Hidden Foundation Problems

Dalinghaus Construction Resolves a Problem Uncovered by a Flooring Company For this Featured Job Friday we are going to talk a little bit about foundation problems and how you identify you need foundation repair. There are numerous symptoms including cracks walls, tile, or drywall. Countertops can pull away from the walls, floors can slope, doors…

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