Concrete Slab Foundation Repair with Polymer Injection
Fix Your Foundation Issues at the Source
When slab foundations are showing signs of settlement the faster you can address it the better. When it comes to Concrete Slab Foundation Repair, there is no faster method than Geopolymer injection. Geobear's Geopolymer injection process is a fast, no-excavation method for stabilizing loose soils underneath your foundation.
How Polymer Slab Foundation Repair Works
Fix Your Foundation Issues at the Source
The goal of our geopolymer injection process it to address the root cause of of your foundation issues, namely the weak subsiding support soils underneath your home. If you do not address the soils you aren't really addressing the problem. Our process stabilizes and compacts the soil strata into a solid dense mass that is capable of supporting your home
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Southern California Concrete Slab Foundation Repair Process
Polymer Slab Foundation Repair works by injecting a light-weight, high-density, expanding geopolymer into the loose soil strata underneath the home foundation. Once injected, the geopolymer expands and compacts the loose soil into a dense matrix of geopolymer and soil.
Geobear uses a vertical and horizontal injection grid pattern to treat the weak soil zones underneath your slab. This cost-effective process can be used to lift, level, and stabilize the slab foundation back to grade.
Common Signs You Might Need Slab Foundation Repair
We're experts at solving the problems caused by subsidence or settlement. The earlier that you address subsidence, the less costly it's likely to be. Fortunately, subsidence comes with a variety of warning signs. Some of the most common signs of subsidence or settlement under your home are cracks in the walls, sinking floors, sticking doors or windows, and cracks in concrete driveways or patios.
When may cracks on a wall be signs of a problem with the structure itself?
Larger cracks that display certain characteristics can be a sign the foundation of the building is weak. Common characteristics include two sides of a wall at different heights, a gap between doors or windows and their frames, and cracks larger than about 1/4 of an inch. Noticing cracks that expand or grow over time is also a common sign.
Sticking Windows or Doors
Pay attention to doors or windows that are sticking and difficult to operate, swing open on their own, or have gaps around them. If these problems occur, investigate the cause right away. The cause behind these problems could be a sinking or otherwise unstable foundations. As subsidence occurs, the soil underneath a building can no longer support the load and the foundation starts to settle.
Sinking or Uneven Floors
If you've noticed sinking floors or floors that are separating from baseboards, you may have subsidence. A sinking concrete floor can be a sign of the subsidence of a building or a confined floor sinking into its footprint. In most cases, a sinking floor is isolated to the concrete slab within a building's structural walls. Where supporting walls are built off a slab, you may see diagonal cracks in walls in the area where there is the most subsidence.
Pioneering Ground Improvement Since 1983
Geobear is an international ground improvement solutions company treating subsidence, settlement, and other ground instability issues. Our fast, cost-effective, and innovative solutions stabilize the ground, fill voids, and lift slabs in Orange County and beyond with minimal disruption. We've treated over 200,000 properties across the globe. Because of this, Geobear is a trusted partner for industry and homeowners alike.
Proudly serving Southern California from our Yorba Linda, CA location
Proudly Serving Southern California
Geobear provides foundation repair services throughout Southern California including:
Orange County • Los Angeles • San Diego • Long Beach • Anaheim • Santa Ana • Riverside • Chula Vista • Irvine • San Bernardino • Fontana • Rancho Cucamonga • Ontario • Huntington Beach • Oxnard • Glendale