Get Foundation Repair Service in Mobile, Spanish Fort, and Gulf Shores, AL
Shifting soils and excessive humidity levels can seriously impair the structural strength of our foundations. Situations like these are quite common in cities all around Alabama, but particularly along the Gulf Coast. This may result in cracks and leveling issues at your residential or commercial spaces in Mobile, Spanish Fort, Bayou La Batre, Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, and nearby cities within our service area. At OX Foundation Solutions Mobile, one of our foundation repair services includes utilizing a helical pier system. We also install floor supports, wall anchors, and other services to give your property foundation stability.
Our IICRC-certified technicians are available 24/7/365 for premium foundation-related services. In addition to installing helical piers, our crews provide services for crawl space repair & encapsulation, basement waterproofing, concrete leveling & lifting, and various moisture-control services. To learn more, dial 251-325-6262 or click here to schedule an appointment ASAP!
Serving Foundation Solutions with OxPoly® across Mobile & Gulf Shores
When you are facing a sinking concrete slab at your property, there is no reason to demolish and replace the entire slab. Instead, repair sunken concrete by applying OxPoly®, our proprietary concrete-lifting technique that has proven to be a cost-effective, expedient, & less disruptive solution than traditional slab-raising methods for your foundation, basement, garage, patio, or driveway.
Let OX Foundation Solutions-Mobile and OxPoly® stabilize your slab today by calling 251-325-6262. You can also click here to schedule an appointment in Spanish Fort, Mobile, Orange Bech, Gulf Shores, or Bayou La Batre.
Property Owners Facing Foundation Issues in Alabama
Significant fluctuations in temperature & climate
Clay-based soils expand and contract as a result of heavy rains followed by dry spells. Weather-related damage to Alabama's common elastic clay soil can result in fractures in masonry, ceilings, sidewalks, and driveways.
Tree roots can cause your foundation's soil to dry up and shrink, which can lead to problems with your foundation and a lifting impact on the concrete surface. Your walkways, porches, garage floors, driveways, and outdoor areas may be affected by this concrete lifting property brought on by evaporation.
Water from dripping plumbing lines is frequently a significant cause of foundation issues. This causes foundation damage, which can result in structural damage to your house, and it also causes heaving at the surfaces that will become apparent around the afflicted region.
Poor drainage will cause an excess of moisture to build up, which can cause soils to erode or solidify. Extensive soils underneath your home or pathways may heave due to excessive rainfall. Concrete surface fractures as a result of this.
Setting Up the Site
Before a structure is created, the soil must be properly stabilized in cut-and-fill circumstances, when the earth is taken from one section of the construction site and placed in another. If not, it's possible that the soil under the foundation will move unexpectedly.
The original exterior waterproofing system at your house will eventually stop working. Either soil erosion or clogged footing drains make the waterproof covering less effective. To eliminate these environmental influences, there is no lasting remedy.
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