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United Dynamics in Evansville, Indiana provides foundation repair, basement waterproofing, and concrete leveling and repair. Some of the causes of foundation issues can be from time and age, soil erosion, and renovations gone wrong. Our experts can evaluate the state of your foundation and recommend the best solution.
Residential Foundation Services
The Resistance Pier System and the Helical Pier System both support your foundation and guard against future settlements. United Dynamics uses hydraulic pier systems to stabilize your foundation. Resistance Pier System uses hydraulics to push against bedrock to support your foundation and prevent future issues. Helical Pier System is similar, but a large rotating bit is used to push against bedrock to support the foundation.
A wet or flooded basement can have many different causes, but we can help find a solution. Our permadry system, best used for issues caused by hydrostatic pressure, collects groundwater before it seeps in and a sump pump disposes of the water. One of our experts can help determine the best process and solution for your property.
Concrete Leveling and Repair
Helical piers and pressure grouting work together to level and stabilize the concrete slab. Pressure grouting is a process in which holes are strategically drilled into the slab and grout or poly foam is used to lift and level the slab. Helical piers provide added support. We also service bowing walls, basement wall realignment, as well as brick and lintel repair.
Concrete repair can make your Evansville, IN home a safer place for your family and your business a more appealing place to visit.
Commercial Foundation Services
Soil nails are used to provide more support to soil and prevent soil slopes that could affect the stability and support of the structure. Micropiles are a foundation solution that can be used in various soil types and spaces where other construction practices cannot be used. Underpinning may be necessary if cracks are visible in the foundation. To stabilize it, the foundation is extended in depth or range to redistribute weight.