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Chris has a home in Caledonia, ON that is settling because of poor soil conditions. Alessio along with a P.Eng designed a system usung our Push Piers from Supportworks.
the Push piers are large brackets that are attached to the fondation and galvanized steel tubes are push through them until they reach a specified soil density that will better support the home. Once all the piers are supported properly, hydraulic jacks can lift a house back into position. In this case, it lifted the house an full inch in some areas.
The pictures below shows the step cracks, which are tell tale signs of a settling foundation, being closed up. NO mortor was used on these cracks
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