Foundation Repair - Salt Lake City
At Intermountain Foundation Repair we understand that most people are unaware of the signs of foundation damage. We make it a point to educate home and business owners on the signs and symptoms of foundation damage. If you recognize any of the following examples occurring on your property, don’t hesitate to have us send one of our skilled Utah concrete repair technicians for a free inspection and quote call (801) 682-1854. In many instances we can give you a quote online. Quotes and inspections are only provided to home owners. In addition every Ram Jack System repair job we complete comes with a written warranty for your peace of mind.
Common Causes of Foundation Settlement
- Soil shrinkage due to moisture loss (wind, sun, evaporation, transpiration)
- Under-compacted fill soil during construction
- Failure of original soil (low density, poor soil conditions)
Signs of Interior Foundation Damage
- Misaligned Doors & Windows
- Cracks in the sheetrock
- Doors & Windows that stick
- Sloping of the floor
- Cracks in the floor or tile
- Water leaks in basement
Signs of Exterior Foundation Damage
- Cracks in the Brick
- Gaps around Doors & Windows
- Cracks in the Foundation
- Fascia board pulling away
Foundation Repair Solutions in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo & Beyond
Trust the Intermountain Foundation Repair Experts
Intermountain Foundation Repair, Inc. is dedicated to providing our customers in Salt Lake City, Provo, Ogden and beyond with the information they need to make educated decisions when solving their foundation problems. We encourage you to read the information about each of the Foundation Support services on this page, and call an Intermountain representative to discuss your questions and concerns.
Foundation Settlement Repair in Utah
Intermountain Foundation Repair, Inc. has chosen to use the superior RAM JACK System for foundation repair and support. Ram Jack’s patented system can drive structural support pile deeper into a competent bearing layer to ensure a more firm support and their patented piles are designed to hold more weight to outlast the competition. Ram Jack Utah incorporates both helical and hydraulically driven steel piles with a proven track record that can individually hold 30,000 to 150,000 lbs. depending on the pile type! The steel pile material has been tested and specifically selected for its unusually high quality to resist bending and buckling. The System causes little disturbance to landscape, the work is completed quickly, and due to the high quality of the materials used, Intermountain Foundation Repair, Inc. is able to provide a lifetime warranty for the hydraulically driven piles and engineered helical piles.
Helical & Pre-Construction piles
The helical pile system is very useful for stabilizing light loaded structural members such as porch columns, wing walls, slabs, and interior floors. Helical piles can also support heavier structures if soil conditions are suitable for higher bearing requirements. The Patented Ram Jack helical pile has a screw together connection which makes it particularly useful for wall tie backs or uplift resistant anchors.
Pre-Construction Helical piles for new construction are good in expansive soils, high water tables, fill areas, and other areas where unstable soils require piles. Use of pre-construction piles can result in significant cost savings when compared to deep over-excavation or cast in place reinforced concrete piles. Our pre-construction piles can be designed for ultimate loads from 30,000 lbs. to 150,000 lbs. each.
Wall Failure Repair & Structural Reinforcement
Intermountain Foundation Repair, Inc. is the local distributor of the FORTRESS STABILIZATION reinforcing product. We primarily use this epoxy encapsulated carbon and Kevlar fiber product to reinforce basement walls that have begun to fail, bow and crack. The material can also be used to restore structural integrity to bridge columns, concrete beams, and to mend cracks in concrete structures.
Structural Crack Repair
Learn more about structural crack repair here.
Concrete Lifting/Slab Jacking
Learn more about concrete lifting (slab jacking) here.
Contact Intermountain Foundation Repair Services in Ogden, Salt Lake City, Provo and beyond Toll Free: (801) 682-1854