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Grand Junction

Problems like bowing walls and foundation settlement happen at your Grand Junction home because of the soil beneath and surrounding your foundation. But Peak Structural can help return your home to solid ground.

Crawl Space Encapsulation & Basement Waterproofing in Grand Junction

Depending on the age of your home, it’s not uncommon for your house to be built without any or sufficient waterproofing measures installed. While some more modern homes in the Grand Junction area have some builder-installed exterior waterproofing, these methods commonly clog and fail over time, leaving homeowners with a wet basement or crawl space.

We understand that discovering water or a moldy, damp basement or crawl space can be incredibly frustrating as a homeowner. It’s time-consuming to not only dry water and humidity but research and find the right solution to solve your problem.

If you live in Grand Junction, Steamboat Springs, or Aspen, Peak Structural is your ideal choice. You know it takes more than a sump pump or dehumidifier to keep your foundation dry. The local experts at Peak Structural use our nearly two decades of knowledge working in the area to develop a plan that considers the area’s bentonite clay soil and often drought-like conditions. Our interior drainage systems are designed to be clog-free, and our lineup of sump pumps offers state-of-the-art features that leave a builder’s grade sump pump in the past.

Keeping water and humidity levels in check means lower energy bills and fewer pests since their perfect breeding ground has now been eliminated. After a free inspection, our team will walk you through the solutions they suggest to stop water damage and keep humidity low in either your basement or crawl space.

Foundation Repair in Grand Junction

Helical Pier on Concrete

While it’s not uncommon for homeowners in Grand Junction to notice cracks in brickwork or a bowing basement wall and think the problems are no big deal, the reality is these are red flags for serious foundation problems.

Typically, foundation settlement occurs at your Grand Junction home because the soil beneath and surrounding your house can no longer support the weight of the structure. When the volatile bentonite clay shrinks and expands, the soil shifts, creating voids and allowing the home to settle. As the foundation settles, it affects the space upstairs as well. That’s why drywall cracks and sticking doors and windows are common for homeowners to notice first.

A settling foundation is very concerning and should be solved quickly. If the problem progresses, you’re compromising your greatest asset – your home. While it may seem overwhelming to repair your foundation, the local experts at Peak Structural can help.

From push piers to helical piers, our home stabilization products can return your home to solid ground. For bowing basement walls, wall anchors resist hydrostatic pressure and can return your walls back to their original position over time.

Concrete Lifting in Grand Junction

Like foundation issues, the reason behind your sinking or uneven sidewalk, driveway, or walkway slabs in Grand Junction is the soil. While you can’t change how clay soil shrinks and contracts, choosing the right solution to lift your concrete slabs can counteract the effects of the problematic soil.

Unlike mudjacking, Peak Structural uses PolyRenewal™. This cutting-edge polyurethane foam is waterproof, cures in about 15 minutes, and doesn’t add additional pressure to the weakened soil below. PolyRenewal™ even creates a barrier that prevents water from seeping in and causing additional damage.

Our trained technicians expertly inject the foam through small penny-sized holes to fill the voids created and gently lift slabs to their original location. This light touch prevents slabs from rising too quickly and breaking.  Contact Peak Structural to schedule your free concrete lifting inspection.

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Grand Junction, CO

Peak Structural

2575 U.S. 6 & 50, Unit A
Grand Junction, CO 81501

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