The crack is filled with an expandable polymer foam, while on the outside is sealed with a dense layer of polyurethane.
The GeoLock wall anchor is covered on the exterior.
View of some of the push piers installed on the interior of the foundation wall. Others were installed on the exterior.
View of Push Piers installed beneath the GeoLocks. The foundation wall was bowing out and settling at this corner.
Beneath the garage floor the soils were pushing out and moving the foundation walls outward. GeoLock wall anchors were installed to prevent further movement.
View of the hill behind the home. As the soils of the hill wash downward, the home has gradually settled more and more over the years.
One of the several cracks within the foundation walls.
The central beam of the house was settling and causing uneven floors. Also in view is another large foundation crack, this one between the house wall and the garage floor.
Crack large enough to fit a hand through
Interior view of the large wall crack at the front of the foundation.
This home in Nashua, NH up near SPit Brook road had been facing settlement issues for years. Large cracks had formed on multiple sides of the foundation, and the homeowners decided it was time to address the issues with a permanent solution. This foundation repair project entailed Push Piers, Smart Jacks, GeoLocks and PolyLEVEL.