Basement Tieback

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Basement tieback foundation repair is a method used to stabilize and reinforce the walls of a basement that are leaning or bowing. This type of repair involves installing anchors, also known as tiebacks, into the soil outside the foundation wall. The anchors are then attached to the wall using steel rods, providing additional support and preventing further movement.

Tieback foundation repair is typically used when the walls of a basement are affected by soil pressure, causing them to lean or bow inward. This type of foundation failure can be caused by a variety of factors, including soil settling, poor construction practices, or changes in water levels.

The installation of tieback anchors involves digging a small trench outside the foundation wall, typically along the length of the wall that needs to be stabilized. A hole is then drilled into the wall and the tieback anchor is inserted and secured into the soil outside the wall. The steel rod that runs from the anchor to the wall is then tightened, pulling the wall back into its original position and providing additional support.

Tieback foundation repair is a cost-effective and efficient solution for stabilizing basement walls. It is also a less invasive option compared to traditional foundation repair methods, as it does not require excavation of the entire foundation. The installation process is typically completed in a day or two, and the repair can be performed from the outside of the foundation without disrupting the interior of the home.

In conclusion, basement tieback foundation repair is a proven method for stabilizing and reinforcing basement walls that are leaning or bowing. With its cost-effectiveness, efficiency, and minimal disruption, it is a popular solution for homeowners looking to address foundation issues in their basements.

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Straight Line Construction

Straight Line Construction has changed a great deal over the last 30+ years in the industry, but one thing remains the same: our commitment to quality and to designing and installing permanent solutions to foundation settlement issues. Beginning with small residential jobs more than 30 years ago when the family-owned company was founded by Tim Davis, Sr., Straight Line Construction today repairs cracking residential and commercial foundations through its Ram Jack product toolkit and designs solutions for large infrastructure and industrial projects. We specialize in matching the right solution to each type of foundation repair issue.

Are you building a new home and want to ensure it has a solid foundation? Or is your house experiencing unwanted sagging or a cracking foundation? Are your walls cracked or your doors and windows sticking? As a bonded, licensed, and fully insured foundation repair company, we are proud to serve Colorado homeowners, builders, and commercial contractors. Our technical certifications enable us to offer the highest quality services and the best American-made, environmentally safe products available for foundation repair. Regardless of how your building is shifting or sinking, we can help you stop it. Our 30 years in the business and our designation as a Ram Jack certified dealer means you get the most technologically savvy solution to fix your foundation.

From the factory to the field, we strive to ensure the quality of our products and workmanship meet the highest industry standards. We work with other vetted professionals in the industry. All of our helical piers, push piers, and mounting brackets are manufactured by Ram Jack in Ada, OK, at an ISO-certified facility with American-made steel. Williams Form Engineering in Golden, CO, manufactures our reinforcing bar for ground anchor systems and shares our commitment to quality control and quality assurance.

About Ram Jack

Ram Jack is a family-owned business that began operations in 1968, in Ada, OK, where we currently source our piers and brackets. Back then, concrete piering was the original repair method used simply because it was the only technology available at the time. Over time, it became evident that concrete piers did not provide long-term stabilization of foundations and only provided a short-term warranty period. To guarantee the highest grade of customer satisfaction, a greater solution needed to be found.

The Ram Jack owners embarked on a research program to develop a foundation repair system to stand the test of time. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office first issued a patent to Ram Jack for its foundation repair system in 1985. Over the next few years, additional refinements and patents have followed, resulting in the strongest patented system in the industry. Ram Jack driven pilings are ICC-ES recognized (International Construction Code—Evaluation Services). Ram Jack is one of only two ICC-ES recognized foundation repair companies in the industry. Ram Jack’s products meet or exceed code requirements set down by ICC-ES for both commercial and residential properties.