A portion of the home actually had no foundation directly below it. We supported the home with temporary bracing while we digged underneath and prepared to pour a new foundation section beneath it.
Provides a good view of how the settling of the home was causing the stone and brick foundation to crumble and fall apart.
A look at the exterior of the newly poured section of the foundation.
Adding a wall of support to both contain and stabilize the bowing stone wall. Underneath the existing foundation walls, push piers were installed to keep it from settling any further.
This early 1900's home had a settling foundation composed of stone and brick. The wall was not only sinking but also bowing and crumbling. The photos within this album highlight the different stages of the project.