We repair, re-level and re-support crawlspace structures and house foundations. We install beams to re-level and support the crawlspace pier and beam portion of house. We install piers supporting foundations, supporting beams and supporting floor joists which levels and supports the house. We repair, seal and waterproof cracks in crawlspace concrete foundation walls using epoxy injection, polyurethane, bonding adhesives, waterproofing sealers and much more. We reinforce crawlspace concrete foundation walls using carbon fiber straps.
A crawlspace foundation is exactly what it sounds like. It is a foundation structure design where you can normally crawl under it and concrete piers/blocks or concrete wall sits on a concrete footing or sits directly on the ground. Basically the pier and beam structure is normally above the ground between 2 feet to 5 feet depending on the crawlspace structure. In some cases, the crawlspace is too low for even the smallest people to crawl under, especially when the crawlspace height is less than 1 foot which is more common on homes built in the early 1900s
The piers or walls typically sit on concrete footings or on the ground, and are evenly spaced underneath the structure to balance the load. The weight of the structure is transferred to the beams, which transfers it to the piers, and so on.