Foundation repair is the process of fixing or stabilizing a damaged or unstable foundation of a building or structure. It typically involves repairing cracks, reinforcing weak areas, and stabilizing the foundation to prevent further damage. Read below for information on signs and symptoms, causes, guides, our solutions, and more.
Signs & Symptoms
Foundation settlement often results in the following:
It can be concerning if you’re experiencing foundation issues like cracks, settling, or moisture problems. However, there’s no need to worry! Our licensed professionals help you assess and address any foundation problems. Don’t hesitate to contact us for a free inspection to identify any issues and provide a solution. We’re committed to ensuring your home’s safety and longevity, so let us help you get started today.
Causes for Foundation Issues
RhinoLift specializes in providing premium foundation repair solutions. We understand that foundation repair may look daunting initially, but our goal is to inspect and educate you on the best possible solution for your home. Foundation issues should never be overlooked; we are licensed professionals to aid you. RhinoLift offers a wide range of foundation repair services with products backed by the largest and most trusted deep foundation repair product manufacturer, CHANCE, a Hubbell company.
Helical piers are a popular solution for foundation settlement because they provide a stable and long-lasting foundation support system.
Polyurethane deep foam injections are a popular foundation settlement solution because they are quick, efficient, and cost-effective.
RETAINING WALL REPAIR
Retaining wall repair can be an effective solution for foundation settlement in cases where the wall is responsible for supporting the foundation.
LEANING CHIMNEY REPAIR
Leaning chimney repair is an important solution for foundation settlement as it can prevent significant structural damage to your home.
Blogs & Guides
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Polyurethane Foams History and Current Use
What Is Foundation Damage?
Foundation damage refers to any structural problem or deterioration that affects the stability and integrity of a building’s foundation. This can be caused by various factors, such as soil shifting, moisture infiltration, or poor construction techniques, and may lead to cracks, uneven floors, and doors or windows that no longer function properly.
What If I Don't Fix My Foundation Damage?
If foundation damage is left unrepaired, it can lead to further structural problems and potentially compromise the safety of the building. Over time, foundation damage can cause the building to shift or settle unevenly, resulting in cracks in walls, ceilings, floors and doors, and windows that no longer function properly. In severe cases, foundation damage can even lead to the collapse of the building.
Is RhinoLift Licensed? Is There A Warranty?
RhinoLift has vast experience installing these underpinning systems and is proud to offer the best products in the industry. CHANCE is the world’s oldest and most trusted helical pier manufacturer, so homeowners can rest assured that RhinoLift is offering the best foundation repair solutions. RhinoLift offers a life of the structure warranty, and CHANCE also offers a 30-year Peace of Mind Warranty.
What Is A Helical Pier?
A helical pier is a foundation system that uses a steel shaft with helical plates, or “flights,” to anchor into the soil and support structures. The helical plates allow the pier to be screwed into the ground with minimal disturbance to the soil. They can be used in various soil types, making them versatile for foundation repair or new construction.
What Is Polyurethane?
Polyurethane is made by mixing two liquid components, which then expand and harden into a lightweight, high-strength foam that can be used to fill voids, level uneven concrete, and stabilize soil. Polyurethane foam is an effective solution for many foundation repair issues and has the added benefit of being minimally invasive and requiring little to no downtime for homeowners/tentants.
Are Inspections Free?
At RhinoLift, inspections are FREE! We will visit the customer’s property during our on-site inspection and assess the issues. We will examine the affected areas, take measurements, and ask questions to understand the situation completely. This process allows us to identify any underlying problems and provide the recommended repairs.