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Foundation Underpinning Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Ana

Strengthening and Stabilizing Your Foundation in California

Foundation underpinning is the process of strengthening and stabilizing the foundation of an existing building or structure.

There are a variety of reasons for foundation underpinning. In some cases the existing foundation has settled or shifted at certain points and in other cases the interior configuration has been changed, resulting in the removal or change of load-bearing walls.

Reasons for Foundation Underpinning

  • The original foundation is weak, unstable, or simply not strong enough to support the weight of the structure.
  • The usage of the structure has changed, adding more stress and weight on the foundation.
  • The properties on the soil have changed or where mischaracterized buy the construction engineer during design on the unstable structure. Soil properties often change, shift, and sink over time.

Foundation Underpinning Los Angeles

How does foundation underpinning work?

Foundation underpinning works by extending the foundation deep into the ground beneath the structure. The foundation then rests on more supportive soil and distributes its weight across a larger area.

Each foundation repair and foundation underpinning situation is unique and should be designed by a professional engineer. At Weinstein Retrofitting Systems we can obtain the engineering necessary for your project and complete the repair.

Contact Weinstein Retrofitting Systems for a free foundation inspection in Santa Ana, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Huntington Beach, Anaheim, Glendale, Oxnard, Van Nuys, Garden Grove, Torrance, Pasadena, Pomona, North Hollywood, Palmdale, Whittier, Fullerton, La Puente, Simi Valley, Costa Mesa, Downey, Ventura, Bell Gardens, Burbank, Norwalk, Lancaster, Inglewood, Orange, Irvine and surrounding California areas.

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