Foundation Repair Pittsburgh
Repairs to your home’s foundation are necessary whenever structural damage has occurred. The integrity of any type of foundation can be compromised as a result of continuous pressure that goes beyond its designed capacity.
Finding and addressing the warning signs of existing foundation problems early on can often be done by less invasive repair methods. Less invasive repairs means keeping your home and family safe and secure for a much lower cost.
Regular inspections of your foundation are necessary to find the warning signs of problems early enough to make a difference. Our certified inspectors perform a 68 point inspection and will find everything that is, or could be, damaging your home’s foundation, completely free of charge.
To ensure you and your family can have the peace of mind you deserve, all of our foundation repairs in Pittsburgh come with a Lifetime Warranty. The warranty also covers our 5 Year System Diagnostic, which includes regular inspections and maintenance for all work performed by Keystone Basement Systems, at no additional cost.
Before speaking with any foundation repair companies in Pittsburgh, it’s best to have a list of specific questions to ensure you will find a contractor you know you can trust.
Warning Signs of Foundation Problems
Any structural damage to your home can be indicated by numerous warning signs. Addressing the cause of damage to your home early on will significantly reduce the cost to repair your foundation.
Foundation Repair Methods For Your Home
Fixing your home’s foundation requires addressing the cause of the damage, not just the warning signs. The severity of the problem will dictate which repair methods will be used for your foundation.
Early signs of structural damage, such as walls beginning to lean or hairline cracks, indicate that your house is under stress and in need of additional support. These repair methods reinforce the structural integrity of existing walls.
Uneven or cracked concrete floors and/or vertical cracks that widen at the top or bottom of the wall could indicate that your home’s foundation isn’t level. Raising and stabilizing sections of your foundation that have settled can help repair damaged, uneven floors.