Foundation Repair Contractors

Here in Iowa, the ground is great for farming, but not as great for keeping a foundation stable – which is why many homes are in need of foundation repair. The unpredictable weather can result in soil shrinkage due to dry conditions or erosion resulting from excess water. Both of these are major concerns, as they can cause the soil beneath the foundation of your home to shift, creating voids under the structure and reducing the foundation’s stability. If the foundation under your home begins to shift or settle, it could lead to major problems such as bowing walls, uneven or sloped floors, foundation cracks, sticking doors, and wet basements. Underpinning your home with quality foundation repair products will ensure the integrity of your foundation. Contact us today to learn more about how we can make your home safer.

Signs My Home Needs Foundation Repair

Detecting the signs of foundation problems in your home will not only create a safer environment but may save you money in the long run. As a home or business owner, you should inspect your foundation frequently and watch for the signs of foundation failure. If you see any of the following signs, it is time to call WCI.

Cracks In Drywall
Wet Basement Iowa
Cracks in Garage

Inside the House

  • Drywall cracks
  • Sticking doors
  • Torn or wrinkled wallpaper
  • Water leaks
  • Bowing walls

Outside the House

  • Gaps around windows
  • Cracks in foundation
  • Cracks in the bricks
  • Fascia board pulling away
  • Leaning chimney

Around the Garage

  • Separation from door
  • Wall rotating out
  • Cracks in the brick
  • Garage floor cracks

Professional Foundation Repair Services

If you suspect there is an issue with your home’s foundation, contact WCI Basement Repair today for foundation repair services you can trust. We use the latest foundation repair products made by Earth Contact Products (ECP), the leading manufacturer in the underpinning industry. These products include:

  • Home With Push Piers UndergroundWall Anchors: Wall anchors are designed to stabilize, support and straighten cracking and bowing foundations and basement walls. They can quickly be installed with little soil disturbance, making your home safe and secure for many years to come.
  • Push Piers: Push piers are designed to support the maximum weight of unstable structures. Each pier is individually driven into more stable soil to be load tested and verified.
  • Helical Piers: Helical piers are applied where there is a need to resist tension or a compressive force, or both. They can easily be installed with little to no vibration below active soils. They are also easily load tested to verify maximum capacity.
  • Underpinning: Underpinning involves stabilizing and strengthening existing foundations in homes and buildings caused by weak and unstable soil.

For all of your foundation problems, contact WCI Basement Repair in Iowa today. Our team of experts is trained to identify the source of your foundation issues before they become worse. If you have foundation failure, we use the latest foundation repair techniques to increase the integrity of your home’s structure. Contact us today for your free estimate!