Stabilization & Repair Services for Concrete Foundations
From Seattle to Tacoma, Everett to Sammamish, and Bellevue to Bellingham – we are the local leader all around Western Washington when it comes to repair of broken, settled, and uneven foundations. As an industry expert in concrete and foundation services for over 15 years, we’re committed to utilizing the most effective solutions when we work on your home, like the innovative tie-back system. Maintaining the structure of the buildings you live and work in is what we do, and you can trust that R&R Foundation Specialist offers the best in affordable, reliable, and fast foundation repair services. Learn more below about potential damage signs and how we work, and contact us today for a free estimate.
How it Works
Learn more about our expert foundation and concrete repair services at R&R Foundation Specialist. We use the foundation-leveling industry’s most effective equipment to solve your concrete foundation problems.
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Foundation Settling & Systems
Exterior Signs of Settling
- Water in basement, crawlspaces, or around the perimeter of the home
- Gaps between your garage and walls
- Gaps between your windows and surrounding wall
- Chimneys tilting or leaning
- Sagging roof line
- Large cracks in exterior of concrete
- Sagging corners
Interior Signs of Settling
- Cracked drywall gaps between the wall seams, cracks between the wall and ceiling
- Sloping floors or staircases
- Multiple nail pops in ceilings or walls
- Misaligned doors and windows or gaps between window and door frames
- Doors that stick or don’t shut properly, or windows that are difficult to open or cracks in the glass
- Walls leaning and cracks on plaster walls
Four Types of Foundation Piling Systems
- Pin Piles
- Eccentric Push Piers
- Eccentric Helical Piles
- Concentric Push Piers
- Each job is unique and may require one – or all four – technologies. Our design specialists will do a careful inspection then recommend how to most effectively restore the foundation.
Decades of Foundation Repair Experience
Cory Myron is our senior design specialist. With industry experience since 1990, he has poured over 400 foundations in the Puget Sound region alone. His invaluable knowledge of the construction process makes him the man for any of your foundation needs!
Foundation Raising & Leveling
If your foundation is settling, broken, leaning, or unstable, our foundation system is the answer. At R&R Foundation Specialist, we have worked on countless homes around the Seattle, Bellevue, and Everett areas, ensuring our clients’ homes regain the necessary stability that is threatened when your foundation settles, cracks, or breaks. If you are experiencing cracks in concrete walls, or floors that flex or are not level, your foundation may be in need of proper repair and restoration services.
Most foundation damage occurs when the soil, upon which the foundation was poured, settles. Our system drives steel piers all the way down to solid bedrock, which then push your foundation back up to its original level where it belongs. We’ve invested in the foundation-leveling industry’s most effective equipment, which aids us in providing a solution for just about any condition.
The ability to add strength to a crack repair has significant benefits. Once a crack develops and moisture is able to get to the reinforcing steel, corrosion can begin. As corrosion progresses, it worsens the condition of the concrete around the reinforcing steel. In order to repair these areas, the deteriorated concrete needs to be removed and the rebar corrosion needs to be addressed. If the rebar corrosion process is not completely stopped, the expansion of the steel can cause the patch to fail. One method to reinforce cracks related to corroded rebar is to wrap the repaired areas with a bi-directional carbon fiber. This will provide confining strength over the repair and make up for any section loss due to corrosion.
We use a special carbon fiber application designed specifically for strengthening of concrete and masonry corners. Foundation corners often require repair and reinforcement. If rebar is missing, damaged, or deteriorated, carbon fiber can be added to an existing structure in order to provide the necessary tensile capacities related to a specific load pattern.
- Provides strength across the patch
- Addresses section loss
- Adds strength in the direction of the reinforcing steel
If you have seen signs of a settled foundation and need an expert opinion, contact our team today!