We installed eleven helical piers on the backside of a Blue Ridge cabin due to foundation settling causing sloping floors. Our solution involved placing helical piers with slab brackets every five feet in the affected areas to stabilize the foundation and prevent further damage.
After acquiring an older East Point home, our client discovered mold in the crawlspace. We remediated the area with EPA-certified chemicals, sealed vents, and added a dehumidifier. Failing support posts were replaced with two permanent ones, and we also installed gutters to divert water away from the house.
Significant pavilion structural issues, including water damage and rot in support posts, raised safety concerns in the community courtyard. Our team swiftly stabilized the structure, removing damaged post sections, adding metal stabilization posts, concrete piers, and lateral support brackets. We also provided an engineering letter for future reference.
Two helical piers with slab brackets were installed on a corner of the porch slab, which had settled nearly 2 inches on one side. Our technicians successfully used these piers to lift and stabilize the concrete, preventing future movement.
U-Haul mishap! During a move-out, the tenant accidentally drove a truck into the garage wall, causing major structural damage. Our team swiftly responded, performing comprehensive repairs, including wall reframing, new siding, brickwork, and garage door reinstallation.
This homeowner expressed concerns about the weight capacity of their rooftop deck due to frequent social events and the addition of large planters. After consulting with an engineer, we formulated a solution by installing extra joists and framing members, effectively reinforcing the deck and boosting its weight capacity.
A 14ft LVL beam was installed in this three-story home during a remodel to remove a load-bearing wall between the kitchen and living room. Our team of engineers and framers ensured structural integrity by replacing the wall with proper support.
Our team built this 2-tier retaining wall to replace an existing wall that was showing signs of deterioration and failure. With a well-built foundation and proper drainage, this wall is guaranteed to last!
After exploring options, this east Atlanta homeowner chose our premium encapsulation package which includes thorough cleaning including mold remediation, installation of a French drain with a submersible pump and 12mil vapor retarder on walls, columns, and ground, as well as a dehumidifier and R-19 insulation.
After discovering that the sunroom was falling due to an improperly supported beam, our team of professionals leveled the room and installed properly sized footings and support posts to re-stabilize the structure. Additional lattice work was replaced to provide the sunroom with a more modern look!
Completing a premium encapsulation, our team installed a 12mil vapor retarder, french drain with sump pump and a dehumidifier, in addition to mold remediation.
The existing support posts in the crawlspace had significant damage. Permanent stabilizers were installed to prevent further damage.
The deck was rebuilt and redesigned to relocate the staircase. Our engineers made sure the design complied with the updated building codes, ensuring safety and longevity.
An LVL beam was installed in garage to replace old undersized beam along with the temporary support post, creating a larger space.
A drainage pipe was installed underground to divert stormwater away from the property.
A 12ft beam was installed in the crawlspace to stabilize 4 damaged joists and provide support for the floor above.
After determining that the existing beam in this 2-story home was undersized and insufficient, causing the floors above to sag and preventing the doors from shutting properly, our team was able to successfully level the floors and install a properly sized LVL beam.
A section of a load bearing wall in rental property was rebuilt after having significant water damage.
A poorly constructed chimney lead to water intrusion, causing significant damage to the framing members. As a solution, our team removed the chimney and fireplace, and reconstructed the deck and wall.
With the use of carbon fiber straps, our team was able to stabilize foundations with large cracks that were causing displacement.
The massive Duluth Retaining Wall project included the design of approximately 340LF of a retaining wall for a residential client. Unfortunately, the existing wall has collapsed, and our engineering team designed a 12ft tall replacement with an upgraded stormwater plan and sewer piping routing.
The Dobbins Home is a remolded home that was experiencing issues with water intrusion, deteriorated supports, and cracking within the foundation. Recommendations included water prevention measures such as proper slopping (5% min), waterproofing, epoxy sealant, and a combination of French drains.
The Carrollton Home is a beautiful home built in 1880. However, due to its age and improper support, structural concerns range from beam deflection, support post shifting, and foundation cracking.