Signs of settlement action were evident in these cracks on the exterior of the foundation wall.
The settling foundation was causing walls and counters to crack on the inside of the home.
View of the failing foundation from the basement.
The footing of the foundation was in bad shape, and so this section of the wall needed to be rebuilt before push piers could be installed.
Replacing a section of the failing wall with new blocks. Once the concrete was fully cured, push piers were installed to stabilize the home.
View of the mason repairing the foundation wall.
View from the basement of the newly completed foundation wall.
View of the Push Pier after installation, the bracket fully secured to stabilize the foundation wall.
View of a Push Pier beneath the foundation wall.
Another view of a pier just after installation.
The back wall of this foundation in Medford, MA was crumbling and settling. In order to permanently repair and stabilize the wall, a section was replaced with new blocks, and then supported with Push Piers to prevent any future movement or settlement. This album highlights the masonry work completed, as well as the installation of several Push Piers.