We provide foundation repair to South Jersey homes that are in need repair. It will be in your best interest to be sure that all structural problems get looked at and taken care of quickly after you notice them. The longer you wait, the worse the damage is going to get, and the more time-consuming and expensive it's going to be to get the problem taken care of.
Regardless of whether you have a stone, cinder block, brick, or concrete foundation, our team of professionals at EnviroPro Basements LLC will be able to properly assess the damage and determine the cause of the problem. We will discuss with you, in detail, what your options are when it comes to repairing the foundation.
We make use of effective foundation repair systems that will repair, and correct any foundation related problem you're experiencing. Whether it's basement wall cracks, basement floor cracks, foundation cracks, bowed/buckling walls, we have the solution and expertise to repair it permanently. See below for more details.
Force Bracket™ I-Beam Wall Braces
If your basement or foundation wall is starting to show signs of bowing, the Force Bracket™ will halt and stop bowing walls. Its solid steel material and I-beam design is structurally sound and sturdy to handle any amount of weight and pressure. Attached to your concrete floor and fastened to your floor beams, it makes for an excellent addition to your homes structural integrity.
Fortress Stabilization ICC ES compliant Wall Repair System
The Fortress top anchor is first in the industry post-tensioned wall anchor. The top anchor is mechanically fastened (bolted) to the rim joist, not the still plate, and not only engages the still plate, but the building's floor system as well, providing a stronger, more durable anchor.
The Fortress bottom anchor is the best the industry. It takes the proven American Concrete Institue recommendation for anchoring carbon fiber straps and makes it even better. The bottom anchor usses your basement floor to secure the Carbon-Kevlar Strap and resist shear slides. It is used in both masonry and concrete.