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A homeowner in Mount Gilead, OH, has lived in his house since it was built 20 years ago. It wasn’t until recently that he noticed possible structural issues in his basement. Two of the foundation walls were starting to crack and bow inward.
While these are two common signs of foundation failure, it is important to address them as soon as they are evident. Neglecting these issues will only result in significant safety hazards that will be more costly to repair.
The owner was concerned with the structural stability of his house, and he wanted to find a permanent solution. He contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning more about our company through our website.
We then installed some of our many reliable foundation repair products. Several Carbon Fiber supports and structural steel I-Beams were installed to permanently reinforce the problematic foundation walls. Both of these sturdy solutions stabilize the walls in their current positions and prevent any further cracking or inward bowing.
The homeowner was pleased these reliable solutions were installed so his home will be a safer living environment for many years to come.
As a traveling nurse, a homeowner in Marengo, OH, doesn’t spend much time at her house. She has owned the home for four years, and she may be staying in the house more often due to recent developments.
While tallying up home improvement projects she wanted to tackle, the owner noticed one of the foundation walls was cracking. She didn’t want this issue to affect her home’s structural integrity or her ability to finish the basement, so she started to research how to address this problem. She contacted Ohio Basement Authority after learning about our company online, and one of our inspectors assessed the problematic wall’s condition. He then recommended one of our reliable foundation repair solutions.
Several Carbon Fiber supports were placed on this wall. These heavy-duty supports permanently reinforce the foundation walls where they are installed, and help prevent any further cracking or bowing. They also can be covered with basement finishing materials.
The homeowner is happy this trustworthy repair was completed to help her create a safer living environment.