Street Creep Repair Expert Serving Omaha, Lincoln, Denver, Kansas City & Wichita
Trusted solutions to repair foundation damage caused by street creep
Have you noticed your garage floor slab pulling away from the garage wall? Are there cracks or gaps forming in the concrete around your home? If so, your foundation may be in danger of street creep.
With over 45 years of experience, Thrasher Foundation Repair has the expertise and solutions to repair foundation damage caused by street creep. Contact us at 1-844-948-3306 or online to learn more about our street creep repair services. We offer free, no-obligation foundation repair estimates in Omaha, Wichita, Denver, Kansas City, and throughout Nebraska, Western Iowa, Central and Western Kansas, and Northwestern Missouri.
What is Street Creep?
Street creep is a common foundation problem caused by the thermal expansion and contraction of concrete roads, sidewalks, and pavement surrounding a home.
Like many materials, concrete expands when it's hot and contracts when it's cold. Contractors place expansion joints in sidewalks, driveways, and other exterior concrete slabs to absorb and dissipate the stress caused by fluctuating temperatures. The expansion joints allow the concrete slabs to expand and contract independently, relieving pressure and reducing cracking.
Over time, standard concrete expansion joints may fail because they've started to erode, crack, or become filled with materials like sand and gravel. When this happens, the concrete will expand as a single unit, which leads to street creep. As a result, tremendous pressure is put on the edge of the concrete where the driveway meets a garage slab or foundation wall.
Signs of Street Creep Damage
Street creep is a slow process - the lengthening of a typical block-length concrete street is generally only a fraction of an inch each year. While it may not be noticeable at first, the movement will add up to several inches over time and may cause serious foundation damage.
Understanding the warning signs of street creep will help mitigate foundation damage.
- Compressed expansion joints between the garage and driveway
- Movement, cracks, or gaps in sidewalk or street concrete
- Foundation walls tilted inward on either side of the garage
- Basement or foundation walls pushed out by the garage slab
- Cracks in foundation walls or garage floor
- The garage floor slab has pulled away from the garage wall
Permanent Street Creep Repair Solutions in Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Missouri & Iowa
If your Omaha, Denver, or Wichita home has experienced foundation damage caused by street creep, Thrasher Foundation Repair can help. We use a proven two-step process to repair foundation damage caused by street creep.
Our trained structural repair experts will install new expansion joints to take the pressure off the foundation wall and create space between the foundation, driveway, and other concrete slabs. We'll also install wall anchors to restore stability and stop the inward movement of foundation walls, eventually restoring them to their original position.
Free Street Creep & Foundation Repair Estimates in Denver, Omaha & Nearby
Foundation problems caused by street creep and other issues can worsen over time. Thrasher Foundation Repair has the experience and solutions necessary to repair the problem and restore the safety, integrity, and value of your home. To learn more about our street creep and foundation repair services, contact us at 1-844-948-3306 or online.
We offer free estimates to homeowners throughout Nebraska, Western Iowa, Colorado, Northwestern Missouri, and Central and Western Kansas, including Lincoln, Omaha, Sioux City, Denver, Wichita, Kansas City, and nearby.
Get a Free EstimateGive us a call at 1-844-948-3306 or complete this form and we'll contact you shortly to schedule a Free Inspection, and you'll get a no-obligation written quote during our initial visit.
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