Foundation Repair

Foundation Problems? We can fix them fast!

Schedule an Inspection When your foundation begins to fail, it’s easy to assume that the only solution is to lift up your property, remove the old foundation, and then replace with a new foundation. Good news. When you hire Foundation Technology, this is not true!
Fast, Non-Disruptive, Permanent Foundation Repair!
At Foundation Technology, we can permanently repair your damaged foundation in 3-7 days and with almost no disruption of your daily life. And the best part. You will not have to relocate at any point during the repair! Our foundation repair methods are the most cost effective, non-invasive, and Eco-friendly solutions in the industry. They come with a 25 year, transferable warranty too! Call (661) 294-1313 to schedule your inspection.  
Push & Helical Piers
We drive or “screw” steel piers into the earth, beneath the problem soil, to competent load bearing strata or bedrock. These piers are attached to the footings of your foundation by steel brackets. This is the only way to permanently stabilize a foundation because we are actually bypassing the cause of damage, which is the soil beneath the home or building. more
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We utilize smaller supports to stabilize lighter structures such as decks, walking bridges, sheds, light poles and crawl spaces.
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  • Micropiles
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Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting & Mudjacking
These methods are used to fill voids beneath cracked, sunken concrete to recover lost elevation and stability.
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Perform A Soil Survey For Your Property
Step 1. Select “Address” under the “Quick Navigation” tab. Step 2. Select an AOI tool from the tool bar. Then, click and drag cursor to define area on map. Step 3. Select one of the three soil report options.

Signs of Foundation Damage

Before & After