A foundation repair can seem daunting, but we have good news! True Level offers non-invasive, permanent solutions for your foundation issues so you can rest easy again. If you’re noticing signs of settlement in your home, make sure you give us a call. Foundation problems don’t get better with time, they get better with True Level.
Once we have established that there is a foundation problem, True Level Concrete has solutions that address the problem soils and stabilize your home. We will give you peace of mind knowing that your foundation has permanently regained its structural integrity.
There are options to fix your settling foundation and we want to address why True Level Concrete has the best and proven engineered solutions. The wide variety of options can create confusion, so we’ll try and help you evaluate the most common repair methods.
This home was purchased in 2017. It was immediately clear to the new owners that the structure had settled significantly. The 2-story residential home located in the Mount Pleasant area of Vancouver displayed evidence of major foundation/frame settlement of up to 9 inches toward the front entrance of the home.
In Burnaby, British Columbia, True Level Concrete was asked to lift and level a home that was not structurally sound. The 2-story home was sinking due to poorly compacted soils which caused the floors to slope. In fact, if you put a marble on the floor it would roll to the other side of the room!
Richmond is known for having soft, shifting soils that cause foundation problems. Recently, True Level Concrete was asked to stabilize the perimeter of a sinking Richmond home. The 2-story residential home had sections that were sinking up to 7.5”!
One Mount Pleasant homeowner contacted True Level because his home had a noticeable slope. Due to shifting and unstable soils beneath his home, the two storey 1986 house was slowly settling and causing the foundation to be 11 inches off level.
True Level is not limited to the Lower Mainland just as poor soils are not limited to the Lower Mainland. We recently spent time on the coast of Vancouver Island in Victoria where the crew was able to fix and protect a foundation that had settled more than 18 inches.