Foundation Repair Before & After Photos

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Church Wall Bowing Repair

In Seward, NE, a local church had a bowing wall in the basement. They didn't want the issue to get worse as they store items and have meetings in the rooms adjacent to that wall. A few of the members of the church had used Thrasher before, and so they had us out to see how we could help them. System Design Specialist, Joe Dearth, came out, did an inspection, and found there was expansive soil with little access to sunlight that was causing hydrostatic pressure. Eventually, this pressure was strong enough to force the wall inward. 

To solve this issue, Thrasher installed 12 PowerBraces with different brackets to support the floor joists. Once installed, the PowerBraces can be tightened to straighten the wall back out. Check out the before and after of this project! 

Crawlspace Repair in Eminence, MO

This crawlspace was experiencing an array of issues. It was extremely damp and had high humidity. This weakened the floor system, allowing it to sag and drop under the weight of the home. We encapsulated the entire crawlspace to fix these issues, making it a controlled environment. We then installed a Sedona dehumidifier to dry out the crawlspace and flooring system and prevent any future mold growth. Then we installed 8 galvanized steel beams and 16 smart jacks to to permanently stabilize the floors and lift them back into place, closing the gaps between the walls and ceiling. 

Severe wall failure in Ravenna, NE

This wall was in dire condition, reaching the point of crumbling and collapsing onto the basement floor. Due to the severe condition, our only solution was our EverBrace Wall Restoration System.

The EverBrace system offers an innovative approach to tackle severe wall failure head-on. The system uses steel corrugated panels and steel I-beam that work together to stabilize existing foundation walls. We inject a specialized rigid foam behind these panels to fill every gap, and move the weight from the original walls to the new walls. 

The purpose behind this system is to redistribute the load from the compromised wall to the new support framework. It's the best alternative to full foundation replacement. Instead of removing the entire foundation, homeowners and business owners can opt to use the EverBrace system and get the same results as replacing the foundation. 

The EverBrace Wall Restoration System

Your home's foundation is the rock. And when signs of trouble start to show, it's time to take action, Maybe your stone, clay block, or brick foundation walls have begun to show unsettling signs of failure - bulging, bowing, cracking or even crumbling. Or perhaps your poured concrete or block walls are barely hanging on and about to cave in. That's where the EverBrace Wall Restoration System steps in.

The EverBrace system is an innovative approach that targets these issues head-on, providing a much-needed solution to foundation damage. Steel corrugated panels, and steel I-beams come together to reinforce your existing foundation structure. On top of that, a specialized rigid foam is injected behind the panels, filling every void between the existing wall and the panels. 

This system serves a huge purpose - transferring the load of the failing wall to the new support system. It's like a breath of fresh air for your foundation. One of the most remarkable aspects of the EverBrace System is its a great alternative to total foundation replacement. Yep, that's right. Instead of ripping out your entire foundation and dealing with the expenses and disruption that comes with that, the EverBrace System stabilizes your walls like new. With EverBrace, you're not just saving your foundation. You're preserving your peace of mind. Your home is safe, and therefore so is your family. 

Sinking Porch in Wichita

This porch on a home in Wichita was sinking and leaning in the middle severely. We were able to fix it by installing a few piers. You can see the visible difference in the photos!

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