Foundation Repair Moraga, CA

Are you a homeowner in Moraga? If so, Bay Area Underpinning can offer you experienced, professional foundation repair. We do everything from helical piers to polyurethane injections, also known as slabjacking. If you only have time to read only one thing on this page scroll to the bottom and check out our customer reviews!

If you live in Moraga, CA and have a problem with your home’s foundation, you’ve landed on the right page! Bay Area Underpinning has been providing experienced, professional foundation repair for homeowners in Moraga, CA since 2005. If you have a foundation problem, we can fix it!

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Common Foundation Problems in Moraga

We repair foundation problems in Moraga, CA including…

  • Drainage problems
  • Wet basements or crawl spaces   
  • Improper grading
  • Underpinning problems
  • Earthquake damage
  • Landslide damage
  • Retaining wall failure
  • Expansive soil (A common problem in the Bay Area)
  • Beams and posts that have rotted
  • Wall, ceiling, or floor cracks
  • Bowed walls
  • Rotated walls
  • Doors and windows that stick
  • Uneven floors

Foundations are the most important part of any structure, and that includes your home. Even minor issues can quickly turn into major problems if they’re not immediately resolved. If you have any of the problems listed here – or something we haven’t mentioned – contact us today to schedule an inspection.  

Foundation Repair Services in Moraga

We know foundation issues can be stressful. However, we’ve been fixing foundations in Moraga and throughout Northern California since 2005 – over 2700 completed so far! – and we help worried customers by educating them about their particular foundation problem and guiding them through the repair process step-by-step. You’ll be in good hands!

Foundation Leveling

Are your windows and doors hard to open? Floors sloped? These are signs of a foundation that isn’t level. Usually, this is due to settlement and can be fixed using heavy duty steel push piers to lift the building back up.

Helical Piers 

Helical piers look something like big screws. Because they’re fast and easy to install, they’re the perfect choice for construction projects that need a deep foundation. They’re also a cost-effective alternative to concrete piers.

Drilled Concrete Piers 

Are you living in a home built on a hillside? If so, you might be noticing things like sloping floors, doors and windows that are no longer aligned, or cracks in your drywall. This happens because the soil under your home eventually makes its way downhill and this causes the foundation to destabilize. Concrete piers drilled deep down into the bedrock are used to stabilize the structure.

Polyurethane Foam Injection 

Concrete sidewalks and other types of walkways can sink due to problems with drainage, tree roots, or expansive soil. Since uneven concrete is a safety hazard, this is something you should fix right away.

We can re-level concrete walkways using a minimally-invasive process known as ”slabjacking”, or polyurethane foam injection. As the foam under the slab dries it lifts it back up again. It’s less expensive than replacing the concrete and as soon as the repair is finished, you can use the path or walkway again.

Crawl Space Screw Jack Replacement 

There are times when you notice signs of foundation settlement in your home even though the foundation is perfectly sound. This is usually because you have deteriorated screw jacks or when the support posts in your crawl space have settled. We can use the existing pier locks and just remove/replace the posts or screw jacks. The floor can then be leveled back to where it was before.

Foundation Replacement 

Sometimes it’s just not cost-effective to repair a foundation. This can happen when the damage to the foundation is extensive. We offer both full and partial foundation replacement.

Free Foundation Repair Inspection and Estimate in Moraga

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