Foundation Repair in Pittsburgh

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Advanced Basement Solutions is proud to work with homeowners in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the surrounding area to provide outstanding services, including foundation repair. Our highly-trained staff is committed to giving you the results you need. To learn more about Advanced Basement Solutions and Foundation Repair in Pittsburgh, contact us today.

Foundation Repair in Pittsburgh, PA

Foundation Cracking & Bowing

Foundation cracking and bowing occurs when there are various forces applying pressure to the structure. The result is an unstable foundation.

In situations where cracking and bowing is present, homeowners should take immediate action to minimize further damage to property and/or other supporting structures of the home.

If you would like more information on foundation cracking, call us.

Foundation Shifting & Sinking

Foundation shifting and sinking are problems that are caused by various issues happening to the ground under the structure. Several signs that your foundation is shifting and sinking include:

  • Visible cracks on interior walls or outside structural walls
  • Nail pops or hairline tears in the walls or ceilings
  • Windows or doors that stick or are hard to open or close
  • A leaning chimney
  • Uneven floors

Do you need helping with yours shifting or sinking foundation? Contact us!

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Advanced Basement Solutions: Foundation Repair in Pittsburgh

Your basement and/or foundation walls provide a solid base for your home or building. When a basement or foundation wall begins to bow, crack, shift or sink it can jeopardize the structural integrity of your home.

Ideally, your basement and/or foundation walls are designed to hold the load of your home or building. Factors such as excessive water, frost heave, age, settling, pressure from tree roots, deterioration and lateral ground movement can create stress over time causing your foundation/basement walls to bow, crack, sink, shift or even collapse.