Global Manufacturer of Foundation Repair Products
new home construction

Build Your Dream Home on a Firm Foundation

When you build your dream house, ensure foundation issues don’t make it a nightmare later on. Helical Torque Anchors from Earth Contact Products (ECP) can be installed during the construction process and will negate the effects of changing soil conditions. Homeowners spend more than $150 billion every year on home improvements and repairs. Dealing with…

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foundation repair

Underpinning Puts Foundation on Solid Ground

ECP’s Helical Underpinning System permanently solves your home’s settling foundation problem. Ground Movement Affects Foundation If your foundation is cracked, sloping or sinking, the soil beneath is likely the culprit. A home’s foundation comes in direct contact with the ground. The foundation’s primary purpose is to join the structure of the building to soil or…

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shearing wall

What Causes Shearing Walls?

Shearing walls indicate an urgent need for foundation repair, but what are shearing walls? How Does Shearing Occur? A “shear” is a structural break caused by strain. In basements made of concrete blocks, it’s caused when hydrostatic (water) pressure in the soil puts force on a wall. A shear is a structural break caused by…

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carbon fiber

Carbon Fiber Fixes Bowing Walls

Carbon fiber is thinner than a dime, stronger than steel and the solution to your bowing, buckling or cracked foundation walls. The strongest man-made material in the world, carbon fiber was used in the space shuttles, on airplane wings and to fix bridges. It’s found in motorcycle helmets and bullet-proof vests and can be the…

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plate anchor

Plate Anchors Fix Bowed Walls

Curves are good on mountain roads, graphic charts, and winding rivers, but a curve in your basement wall means trouble. Bowed walls are a serious foundation issue but can be fixed with plate anchors. A basement foundation wall is leaning inward is considered bowed. Bowing occurs when there is excessive lateral pressure from soil surrounding…

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foundation settling

Water is a Foundation’s Biggest Nemesis

Water is a foundation’s biggest nemesis. Water causes the soil beneath a home to move, resulting in settling, cracks, bowed walls, and other foundation concerns. A home’s foundation comes in direct contact with the ground. The foundation’s primary purpose is to join the structure of the building to soil or rock beneath. However, the partnership…

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home investment

What do Foundation Repairs Cost?

A settling foundation can unsettle your bank account. Unexpected foundation repairs may cause cracks in a homeowner’s financial security and lead to questions about how to finance vital fixes. Because a foundation is – quite literally – the foundation upon which a home is built, for peace of mind, and to prevent problems from escalating…

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ecp team

Coffee time with Mike: Videos and Why they Need to Be Done

Videos have not only become an inseparable part of our personal lives but also a valuable tool for our business promotion. People watch a lot of videos and share them with their family, friends, and colleagues. Here at ECP we have started Coffeetime and have had a great response and a lot of feedback, hence…

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PolyPier

Introducing our New Product: PolyPier

In February of 2018 we released our new product called PolyPier. This product fixes cracked, moving, or sinking concrete. The applications are endless! PolyPier can fix concrete steps, sidewalks, driveways, patios, pool decks, slab floors, and more. This cost-effective, yet efficient product is a great option for concrete repair. PolyPier is easy to install; it…

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