The firm’s latest systems are available for both residential and commercial properties, and allow for placement of steel peers to average depths of between 25 and 40 feet. Rectification works can use a combination of several components, including straight steel piers, helical piers, mudjacking, and high-density foam.
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The recent update comes as demand for PowerLift’s foundation repair service grows, with the firm stating that more requests are now coming from architects, engineers, and the property management industry. In addition to Oklahoma, the firm has introduced its improved technologies in its other service areas, including Arkansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
The foundation of a building plays two important roles: evenly distributing the weight of the structure to the ground beneath, and preventing groundwater and moisture from penetrating the building fabric. Signs that a foundation is in need of repair can include cracks appearing in drywall, bowing walls, door gaps, sticking windows, uneven or sagging floors, and poor water drainage.
While there are several approaches to foundation repair, PowerLift states that its enhanced hydraulic techniques are now recognized as some of the most robust in the industry. Central to the company’s approach is the insertion of piers to greater depths which, when compared with some other methods, allow for more reliable and effective long-term stabilization.
“The PowerLift system is unlike any other repair process in the industry and is recommended by 9 out of 10 engineers in the United States,” a company representative explained. “The pillars we use go to an average depth of 25 to 40 feet, allowing us to properly stabilize and correct the foundation at the bed rock or load-bearing strata level. That’s why we’re able to offer a satisfaction guarantee.”
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Materials now used by PowerLift have been designed and engineered in-house, offering greater strength and corrosion resistance, and backed by a lifetime guarantee. The firm’s advanced technologies include a patented synchronized lifting system, allowing it to lift an unlimited number of piers simultaneously, while minimizing stresses on the structure above.
“The folks at PowerLift are excellent and very cost-effective for the amount of work they performed,” one homeowner recently stated. “After 27 years in our home, we had some shifting foundation problems. PowerLift explained what they were doing, were careful in their digging and lifting process, and left our house looking like new again.”
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