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Foundation problems come in many shapes and sizes, such as wall or floor cracks and much more. However, the only way to fix any foundation issue is to hire a professional who knows how to make the proper repairs – and understands the reasoning behind their techniques.
Kenmar Basement Systems has been in business since 1984, and we've seen and fixed all kinds of foundation problems over the past 30 years. Our philosophy is to provide our customers with outstanding solutions and service, giving them permanently safe and stable homes. And as a member of Supportworks, we only use proven, warrantied products on every job we undertake.
If you're ready to find out what's wrong with your foundation, Kenmar Basement Systems can perform a free inspection and compose a detailed, written estimate for foundation repair. Schedule your free quote in Sudbury, North Bay, Elliot Lake today!
When the sagging floors caused cracks in the tile floor and walls, these homeowners took action and called Kenmar Basement Systems to rid them of the problem for good! With our patented SmartJack system, they will never have to worry about sagging floors again!
Common foundation problem signs
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Sagging Crawl Space
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No two foundation problems are alike. We use only warrantied foundation repair products that have proven to be effective for repairing issues like cracks, sinking, and more. We ensure the best solution for your home's specific needs. Mudjacking, stabilizing concrete and push piers are just a few of our common solutions.
You don't have to live with stressful foundation problems. Kenmar Basement Systems will conduct a thorough inspection of your home, and we'll let you know exactly what steps need to be taken to permanently stabilize your foundation -- restoring value to your greatest investment. Contact us today to request your foundation repair estimate in Sturgeon Falls, Blind River, Garson, West Nipissing, North Bay, Espanola, Mindemoya or nearby.
Foundation walls begin to bow and buckle inward when the force against them exceeds their ability to withstand this pressure.
Failing foundation walls will crack and leak, and if you have a finished basement, they can lead to cracks in the finished walls. Bowing walls may eventually collapse and should be addressed right away.
We repair bowing walls from the outside with our Geo-Lock Foundation Wall Anchor System.
When outside access is not possible, we recommend our PowerBrace™ I-Beam System.
Our solutions will do more than simply stop inward movement -- they can also be used to straighten the walls back to their original position.
Learn more about bowing, buckling walls.
Foundation settlement occurs when the soils underneath a foundation are unable to support the weight of the structure that's resting on them.
A settling foundation will mean a great deal of damage to your home -- including cracked foundation walls, cracked drywall, doors and windows out of square, and tilting chimneys. As foundation damage goes unaddressed, it will become more difficult to repair.
Supportworks' line of foundation piers are a great option for repairing sinking structures of all types.
These sturdy, corrosion-resistant piers can stabilize and lift your foundation back to a stable position -- permanently!
Learn more about foundation settlement.
Floors over crawl spaces begin to sink in three scenarios: When there are too few supports, when the supports begin to sink into the ground, and when the structural wood holding up your floor begins to rot and grow mold.
When crawl space structures experience settlement, the entire home above can begin to show damage. Drywall will crack, doors will stick and floors will become uneven. If the crawl space is damaged by mold, there may also be moldy, musty odors upstairs.
Rugged steel supports like Supportworks' SmartJack® Crawl Space Support System can quickly restore your structure. If your structure was sinking due to mold and rot, your crawl space should also be dehumidified and encapsulated to prevent further damage.
Learn more about sagging crawl spaces.