If your foundation suffers from cracks, settling, bowed or leaning walls, Systèmes Sous-sol Québec has the solution for you. After your Quebec home is built, changes in the soil around it can damage the foundation. Increase the value of your property and breathe new life into your house in areas like Montreal, Quebec City, Laval, and nearby areas by calling us or contacting us online today for your free foundation repair inspection and quote!
If you're in need of a foundation repair contractor for your new construction, Systèmes Sous-sol Québec is here to help! Learn more about our helical pile systems.
When a house is first constructed in areas like Montreal and Laval of QC, the builders dig a hole in dense virgin soil for the foundation. After the foundation is built, the loose soil that was dug out is backfilled around the foundation. This loose soil can easily allow water to pass through and seep into your basement. Through the years, this soil can also expand and put added pressure on your foundation, causing cracks. Systèmes Sous-sol Québec has a number of foundation underpinning solutions for all of your foundation repair needs in QC. They are compatible with most home designs and can be installed with no damage to gardens, steps, porches, walkways, or other landscaping.
Systèmes Sous-sol Québec uses the Supportworks push pier system to transfer the weight of your home through the piers from unstable soil to competent soil or bedrock.
Installation of galvanized steel foundation push piers can be done quickly all year round without the use of heavy equipment.
Installation usually takes about a day, and it can be accomplished with minimal damage to your yard's landscaping.
The push pier system can stabilize settled foundations and can even lift the structure back to its original position, making it a powerful and long-lasting solution for your home. Learn more about foundation push piers.
For lighter structures, porches, patios, and other structures that are sagging and showing fatigue, Systèmes Sous-sol Québec installs the Supportworks line of Helical Pier Systems.
Helical piers are mechanically screwed into the soil to assure permanent stabilization. They can be used as an alternative to the push pier system in some situations and are commonly used in new construction.
Helical piers are usually installed with small construction equipment, but can be installed with hand equipment in tight spaces. The shaft has a high resistance to bending and the helical piers offer reduced mess and excavation in and around the home. More information about helical piers systems for foundations.
Foundation soil in areas like Montreal shifts and settles when alternating between shrinking from drying out and swelling from moisture. This can result in sinking columns and sagging crawl space beams, which can cause your crawl space to settle.
Improperly-spaced beams can also become overloaded and start to sag, causing the floor boards to sag as well. Our SmartJack® Crawl Space Stabilizer has rugged steel support beams specifically designed to stabilize your crawl space and protect your home. They can support a vertical load of more than 60,000 pounds and are able to level existing beams and floor joints. More information about support systems for crawl spaces.
Cracking and bowing in the foundation walls of a house is a common problem. It most often occurs as the lateral pressure from the soil around the foundation exceeds the home's load-bearing capacity. A properly installed foundation wall anchoring system in Quebec can restore and reinforce the structural integrity of a building.
Foundation wall anchors provide a good alternative to removing and rebuilding foundation walls or using other wall bracing systems, and they can be installed with minimal landscaping disruption. More information about foundation wall anchors.
No matter what your foundation problem is, Systèmes Sous-sol Québec can find the perfect solution for you! Let us help you by calling us or contacting us online today for your free foundation inspection and estimate in Quebec.