The city of Goodyear has been a great place to live ever since it was founded in 1912. Unfortunately, with so many positives in Goodyear there are a handful of negatives about living in the city that many homeowners don’t like to talk about or don’t fully understand. One of these negatives is the poor soil conditions found in Goodyear and most of Maricopa County. The layer of caliche and the presence of clay soils can wreak havoc on homeowners in the area due to the soil’s ability to allow homes and commercial structures to settle, or sink. When a home’s foundation settles there are a handful of options for repairs, but typically only a few causes. Over the last couple of years we’ve become familiar with the common signs & symptoms of a settling or compromised foundation in Goodyear:
Residential slope stabilization refers to reinforcing a slope to prevent soil erosion, landslides, rockfall, or other slope failures.