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Foundation Underpinning

The foundation is the most important part of any building, as it provides the necessary support and stability for the entire structure. Without a robust and reliable foundation, a building can suffer from a wide range of structural problems, such as settling, cracking, and even collapse.

We are pleased to announce our latest foundation repair project in San Mateo, California, which has involved the installation of 40 helical piers for underpinning the foundation on landfill soil. The site was prone to soil settlement and voids, which can cause significant damage to the foundation.

To address this issue, we installed helical piers to provide a deep foundation system that can resist soil movement and support the weight of the structure. Our team of experts closely monitored the installation process to ensure that each pier is installed to the proper depth and torque, ensuring maximum support and stability for the foundation.

In addition to the helical pier installation, we also was taking steps to protect the foundation from expansive soil using void cardboard. This innovative approach involves placing layers of corrugated cardboard between the foundation and the soil, which helps to prevent the soil from expanding and contracting, thus reducing the risk of damage to the foundation.

Throughout the project, we have used the latest techniques and equipment to ensure that the work is completed efficiently and effectively. Our team of experts has extensive experience in foundation repair on landfill soil, and we are confident that we can provide the necessary solutions to address any issues with the foundation.

At our construction company, we understand the importance of a robust and stable foundation, and we take great care to ensure that our projects are completed to the highest standards of quality and safety. If you are in need of foundation repair services in San Mateo, California, don't hesitate to contact us to learn more about our services and how we can help you protect the integrity of your building's foundation.

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