What is Carbon Fiber and How Does it Work?
Carbon fiber strips are an effective foundation repair method used to support and strengthen your basement walls. Carbon fiber installation requires a skilled, trained professional that can accurately measure and install your carbon fiber. The installation process is relatively simple, yet effective. First, the surface is prepped and primed. Second, a mixture is applied to the carbon fiber. Next, carbon fiber is placed over the affected crack. Finally, the project is complete. The surface can be painted.
Why Should I Invest in Carbon Fiber Repairs for My Home?
Carbon fiber offers many benefits for settling homes in the Bay Area. It is made of high tensile strands that are woven into a fabric. They do not stretch or break which helps stabilize walls and prevent movement. Additional benefits include:
- Simple, quick installation process that can be completed in a day
- Strong, durable material
- Cost-effective solution that is cheaper than steel beams
- Requires no maintenance from the homeowner
- Goes undetected and can be painted over
- Repairs cracking and bowing foundation or basement walls
- Environmentally friendly
- No maintenance
- High-quality Rhino Carbon Fiber resins and installation tools
- Lightweight material
- Little change to structure’s shape
Bay Area Underpinning knows how important it is to protect your home against foundation damage. That’s why we’ll work with you to prevent soil-related issues around your home, so you won’t encounter future foundation issues. We want to make sure your home is structurally sound so you can save money in the long run.
We use premium carbon fiber from Rhino Carbon Fiber®, a full line of carbon fiber products for basement and foundation repair. Rhino has specialty products to repair bowing walls, cracked foundations, and basement pillars or columns as well as wall repair kits. With Rhino products, we are always able to find one that fits your specific problem.
For all of your carbon fiber repair needs in the Bay Area including in the cities of San Francisco and Sacramento, CA, contact Bay Area Underpinning today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about your property and provide free estimates.