What is Foundation Stabilization?

| Blake Heron |

As a contractor, it is vital to find the newest and best products when it comes to foundation repair. Have you been searching for the most up-to-date ways to fix a foundation?

Foundation problems only get worse, and cheap, poorly made jacks are only going to make foundation stabilization difficult. Foundation repair methods must include soil stabilization and quality stabilizers that are going to last.

GridLock Foundations offers high-quality products that are the most efficient, peer-reviewed solution available on the market today. If you are a contractor dealing with foundation issues, it’s time to learn more about GridLock Foundations. We offer premier solutions to foundation settlement problems with cost-efficient foundation products that have a lifetime hardware guarantee.

Contact GridLock Foundations today to learn more about the products we offer for concrete foundation repair and stabilization.

A Modern Solution to Foundation Stabilization

There are a number of issues that arise when you uncover foundation damage after a foundation inspection. Technology has not changed much since foundations were first repaired, and this means the products created by GridLock Foundations used in foundation stabilization are worth the investment. When the home is stabilized, this means that the foundation repair permanently makes the home secure and stable for the duration of the building’s existence, in the areas installed.

GridLock Foundations offers contractors a patent-pending solution that includes a lifetime guarantee. When you are searching for new, dependable products for foundation stabilization, GridLock Foundations has answers.

Why Stabilize a Foundation With Our Products? 

Once you discover cracks in drywall, bricks, crawlspace, or foundation, it’s important to stabilize the area to avoid further damage to your property. While there are some products currently on the market to help with foundation issues and soil stabilization, such as helical piers, push piers, and concrete piers, GridLock’s new patent-pending solution for foundation damage and stabilization is a superior and cost-efficient way to stabilize a foundation. It is the modern solution when you discover foundation cracks or other foundation problems that require stabilization.

Revolutionizing the Way Foundations Are Stabilized

There are several traditional methods for stabilizing a foundation. Steel piers are the most common method suggested by structural engineers, as this is a solid way to stabilize a home as needed. Steel pipes are used to support the home’s foundation. However, this is an expensive way to stabilize a foundation, and it is inferior regarding strength, especially when the foundation is lifted off the supporting soils. Lift with steel piers causes many problems.

Helical steel piers are another option for repairing a foundation. Helical steel piers do not typically last as long as traditional steel piers. Although the process to install helical steel piers is great for new construction, this is not considered the best solution for repairing existing foundations.

Concrete piers can be used to stabilize a foundation, and the process includes pouring concrete into holes that are beneath the existing foundation. The process of using concrete piers takes a number of weeks and can fail during the hardening process for the concrete.

When you invest in GridLock Foundations, you will have the most efficient, durable, and cost-effective way to stabilize a home’s foundation and ensure safety. This is a modern foundation system, and GridLock Foundations are useful to contractors because they offer easy installation and are cost-efficient.

Old school ways to repair foundation issues have been used since the 1800s, and it’s time to find a better solution. Traditional foundation repair that uses push piers, helical piers, slabjacking, foundation piers, or mudjacking uses technology that is critically outdated.

GridLock Foundations are innovative, technologically advanced, and simple solutions to cracked foundation walls, underpinning, and for all home foundation repairs that bring foundation repair into the 21st century.

GridLock Foundations are the solution for a sinking foundation and are preferred by foundation repair professionals who need a fast and reliable option to keep foundation repair costs down. Our products are designed to be efficient, and these include both our Foundation Stabilizers and Crawl Space Foundations.

Our stabilizers can be installed by fewer technicians than traditional foundation repair solutions and require less training, equipment, and materials. The cost to install our stabilizers is decreased for contractors, increasing the overall profit margin.

Our products come with a 100 year hardware warranty and will provide the home with a stable foundation that will last a lifetime. The GridLock Crawl Space Foundation is 500 pounds stronger than poured concrete, and the Foundation Stabilizer offers 260 times more surface area of support than push piers. The strongest materials are used in manufacturing GridLock Foundations’ products. If you need durability, ease of installation, and a warranty for your business and clients, our brand provides you with the best foundation repair solutions on the market.

Efficiency and Strength for the Contractor and Homeowner

Foundation repair should last a lifetime. With GridLock Foundations, you can rest assured that these durable products are going to last forever. A contractor utilizing our stabilizers and steel foundation plates will maximize efficiency, at a cost lower than with traditional methods. Our products are peer-reviewed, designed, and engineered by experts and foundation repair contractors.

Purchase Our Premium Products

At GridLock Foundations, we offer superior products that are durable, and easier to install for contractors. While the cost may be a bit higher for this advanced technology, the training, and manpower needed to install our products for foundation stabilization is lower. We understand how to repair a concrete foundation, and we know that you want it to last forever. Our new technology uses the most durable materials available to provide you with the structural integrity you need when repairing a foundation.

As a homeowner, when you need waterproofing, have damaged grout, poor drainage, or uneven floors, it’s important to have your foundation inspected. As settling occurs over time, you might notice cracks in the foundation walls or floor. If you are worried about foundation repair costs, the earlier you make a repair, the better off you will be.

Various reports suggest that foundation repair can cost anywhere between $2,000 and $50,000. The national average in the United States is $8,000. It is important to understand that small foundation cracks may only cost $500 to repair cosmetically, while fixing underlying problems with your foundation can require $10,000 or more if substantial work is required.

GridLock Foundations Has Quality Products and Efficiency Locked In

For quality products that are going to revolutionize how you deal with foundation repair and stabilization needs, take a closer look at GridLock Foundations. With the most advanced technology offered for home foundation repairs today, the products offered by GridLock are unmatched in the construction industry. Call us today 1-855-66-STEEL to learn more about how our products can advance your business.

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Written By Blake Heron
Blake has specialized in crawl space & foundation repairs for over 10 years (since 2012). His prior engineering and business degrees from James Madison University in VA prepared him for a mastery of problem solving with crawl space & foundation repair issues. He is one of America’s top experts on crawl space encapsulation. As Founder of both ‘BAY Crawl Space & Foundation Repair’ as well as ‘GridLock Foundations’ he is a leading industry expert on crawl space foundation repairs.