Davenport Foundation Repair has more than 30 years experience as a residential and commercial foundation repair contractor serving the Greater Salt Lake City area.
They specialize in solutions to repair bowing, leaning walls; foundation cracks, as well as sinking, settling concrete slabs. If you have a cracked or uneven driveway, walkway, concrete steps, garage floor, or patio, Davenport Foundation Repair can help permanently lift and stabilize the slab.
Their structural specialists are trained and in PolyLevel, a concrete lifting technique that is an affordable and less disruptive alternative over other common slab raising methods. PolyLevel uses high-density expansive polymer foam to quickly and effectively lift settled concrete surfaces.
A common solution to repairing sunken concrete is to demolish and replace the entire slab or sections that have settled with new concrete.
Before replacing the entire slab, have your concrete inspected by the experienced team at Davenport Foundation Repair. Their experts will examine your sunken slab and determine if PolyLevel is the right solution.
Davenport Foundation Repair also provides concrete sealing with SealantPro. SealantPro seals in quality and protects your concrete against damage for three to five times longer than other solutions.
Davenport Foundation Repair provides free estimates for foundation and concrete slab repair in and around Salt Lake City. They service many parts of Utah, including Price, Saratoga Springs, and surrounding areas.
Foundation repair issues are usually due to bad drainage, ground movement, subsidence or poor construction, which causes your foundation to shift or settle. Your foundation repair problem will usually be noticed by doors or windows that no longer open and close, or drywall cracks. Incomplete or failed waterproofing around and under basement walls and floors is a significant cause.
Foundation SupportWorks push piers were used to stabilize this home and return the foundation to its original integrity.
This is a home with major settling and it was affecting a front support beam. After wall anchoring, the home is stable and was restored to its original integrity.
Before and after piering. The customer was very pleased with the end result, and wished he had done this years earlier.