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Frequently Asked Questions


  • What Causes Foundation Failure?
    Uneven moisture content in the soil around the structure can cause ongoing expansion and contraction of the soil. This can cause structure to heave. This movement can cause foundation failure, poor landscaping, poor drainage, plumbing leaks, poor lot preparation and tree roots.
  • How Do I Know If I Have Foundation Failure?
    Things you need to look for: Doors and windows sticking, cracks in concrete floors, sheet rock and brick veneer cracking. Gaps or Seperation beside garage doors, windows and door frames. Gaps under interior baseboards. Basement walls cracking or bulging/caving in.
  • Why Is It Important To Repair Foundation Failure?
    Letting foundation failure go could cause more major damage to the foundation and cause plumbing damage and more expense and loss of value
  • How Do I Get Started On Repairing My Foundation?
    Call Power Jack's office staff to set up a time to meet with an experienced foundation repair specialist. Our sales representative will check the elevations of the foundation. He will determine what kind of foundation repair in needed.
  • Why Is It Important To Use The Steel-Driven Pier Method?
    Steel-Driven Pier have the durability to drive through unstable soil to bedrock or a load-bearing strata. In some areas piers are driven 80' to 100' deep.
  • Why Do Pressed Piles Concrete Method Fail?
    Concrete methods are not a long term fix. Concrete Shoring Piers & Concrete Press Piles/Cable Locking Systems can not drive to stable soils. Seasonal moisture changes and expansion and contraction of unstable soil can cause the Concrete Pressed Piles/Cable Locking systems to fail.
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