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Gordon Energy & Drainage has been serving homeowners and the residential industry for 40 years with quality foundation repair services and products. Foundation Repair Services have become a large part of our everyday business. Contact Gordon Energy & Drainage today for your free evaluation and we will be happy to discuss your foundation repair concerns.
A large geographical area of the United States has soil types referred to as clay soil. There are many kinds of clay soil from region to region. Our clay soils will expand and contract (depending on the moisture content) enough that it will physically move our foundations. These soils coupled with extreme weather patterns, insufficient grade and surface drainage conditions will cause our foundations to move up (Heave), down (Settlement) and also inward (Bowed). When these changes happen, your home may show signs of the movement. In some cases the signs are significant and a reason for concern.
Foundation settlement is the downward movement of your foundation. When this occurs it may require a foundation repair specialist to mechanically stabilize “underpinning” and lift it to prevent additional and severe damage.
Bowed and Tilting Basement Walls are often the result of poor drainage conditions and saturated expansive clay soils in the backfill area. The foundation specialists at Gordon Energy can install a wall brace, conduct crack repair, or tie backs to correct your basement walls.
Our Wall Recovery System addresses both the Cause and the Damage. Learn more about our basement wall straightening techniques. We offer extended foundation repair and waterproofing warranty periods for this complete repair method.
Tree roots, broken drainage, and poor drainage can cause foundation heave.
Kansas City's weather patterns may cause your soil to settle or expand, impacting your home's center beam supports. We will adjust, add, or replace your home's beam supports to create a stable, level foundation for your home.
Encapsulation is often added to crawl spaces to maximize the benefit of controlling the moisture, or simply to gain usage of the space for storage.