Ram Jack Distribution, LLC

Leaning Chimney Repair

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Ram Jack's helical pile system repairs leaning chimneys with the goal of restoring them to their original position. Made of 100% American steel, these piles provide strong foundation support by twisting deep into load-bearing soil.

Why You Should Repair It Now?

Repairing a leaning chimney is vital to avoid hazards and property damage. A leaning chimney indicates underlying foundation or structural issues, necessitating prompt evaluation and repair by a trained professional like Ram Jack.

Restore Chimney Integrity: Ram Jack's Helical Pile System

  • Avoid hazards
  • Prevent damage
  • Foundation support
  • Restore integrity
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At local franchises, customer satisfaction takes top priority, and they demonstrate this by offering lifetime limited warranty coverage. They go the extra mile to provide customers peace of mind by installing steel piles specifically designed to remain stable. If you have concerns about foundation movement, our dedicated dealers will promptly inspect, adjust, or replace a pile and its associated bracket as necessary. Moreover, they will thoroughly assess your property for any signs of soil movement beyond their previous work.
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2. Book Appointment

Book an appointment with our project managers to evaluate and diagnose your foundation issues.

3. Proposal

Repair solutions completely customized and manufactured based on your property’s needs.

4. Finalize & Repair

Financing and payment options that let you flex your budget.
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A chimney that is leaning and separating from your home is an indication that deeper issues are present. A leaning chimney is a common sign that your home is suffering from foundation or structural damage. Although not every situation is the same, a leaning chimney is a common sign that your home is suffering from some sort of foundation settlement and should be evaluated by a trained foundation repair contractor.

There are many reasons why a chimney may lean away from a house. While these causes vary, chimney separation should be taken seriously and an evaluation should be performed so the problem can be properly determined.

Causes of a leaning chimney include:

  • Shallow or inferior footings

  • Insufficient drainage or water management

  • Poorly compacted or inferior soils underneath the chimney

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