Laguna Woods, CA

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Foundation Repair In Laguna Woods

The first homeowners moved into Laguna Woods in 1964, but did you know the city wasn’t incorporated until 1999 when the residents needed to come together to fight against the construction of an airport at the decommissioned El Toro Marine Corps Air Station? Although it was once known as Leisure World, many of Laguna Woods’ homeowners have dealt with anything but leisure when it comes to their home’s foundation.

Much of the surface soil in Laguna Woods is made up of clay and sandy loam. With this mixture, we find expansive clay soil present at the surface soil layers. This expansive clay can often lead to a home’s foundation settling or sinking, and we’ve become quite familiar with the common signs of a settling foundation in Laguna Woods: signs & symptoms of a settling foundation in Laguna Woods:

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Foundation Repair Services In Laguna Woods

Ever since the 1930's homeowners in Laguna Woods have had to deal with the disadvantages that come with surface soils made up of expansive clay.  We've been trusted with quite a few homes in Laguna Woods and the most common services we're hired for include:

Foundation Lifting & Leveling With Piers

Our team installs push piers or helical piers to competent, load-bearing strata to lift and level homes or commercial structures.

Slope Stabilization With Helical Tie-Backs

Our crews install a helical pier horizontally at ~30° into the slope or hillside and hydraulically drive it to competent soils before securing the tie-back with a plate bracket or encasing it in concrete.

Concrete Lifting & Leveling With Polyurethane

Using a geopolymer polyurethane foam we can permeate and densify soils, while lifting sunken or settled concrete slabs back to where they were originally poured. It's a controlled expansive foam!

Crawlspace Repairs

Homes with a raised foundation are built MUCH different than slab on grade foundations. These crawlspaces sometimes need special attention with all of our seismic activity.

Are you ready to learn more about what’s happening with your property's foundation?

We offer free, no-obligation foundation inspections.

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