Stabil-Loc® of Arkansas Provides Foundation Repair in Little Rock, Fort Smith, and Springdale
Stabil-Loc of Arkansas has two locations that provides foundation repair services statewide. From our local office in Little Rock and Springdale, we offer customized structural solutions for concrete cracks, sinking foundations, and bowed walls. We service all areas north and south such as Fort Smith, Fayetteville, and Jonesboro, AR. With our state-of-the-art Stabil-Loc Foundation Pier System® we lift any structure in residential and commercial areas. Since 2008 we have assisted our customers with reliable and stable systems and services with our Certified Structural Evaluators® licensed and approved engineers in the state of Arkansas.
Our full list of services and what to expect from our contractors include:
- Foundation repair
- Bowed wall repair
- Wall crack repair
- Sinking foundation realignment
- Concrete raising & leveling
- Free Certified Structural Evaluations®
- Lifetime Warranty on any Stabil-Loc® Pier
View our full service area list by cities and counties in Arkansas.
Our Foundation Repair Services
Getting the best of our services means a thorough inspection of your property and all aspects of foundation failure. With our Certified Structural Evaluators® we perform a diagnosis before beginning any work, and then plan the proper method of foundation repair. In most cases the Stabil-Loc Foundation Pier System® will be used to fix the initial problem of sinking foundations, and then proceed to other symptoms like bowed walls, cracks, and other cases of after effects. In these cases we use our carbon fiber wall supports and epoxy injection to seal cracks.Learn More Video About Stabil-Loc® Piers
When you can noticeable see one or more sides sinking further and further into the earth the overall structural integrity of the home can be jeopardized.
Cracks are noticed on the outside of the home and may extend upward from the foundation into brick, veneer, or vinyl siding.
Floor cracks must get taken care of before they start to let seepage from the soil inside the basement. They can be filled in and sealed using epoxy injection.
Cracks here could be a warning sign of an underlying structural problem, such as sinking concrete or a bowing wall.
These are typically seen outside of the home towards the base of the foundation. They can be caused from a number of things, mainly structural failure.
This problem is caused from excessive hydrostatic pressure in the soil surrounding the home. When too much pressure occurs the wall starts to lean inside.
These are usually seen inside of the living areas of the home, such as in hallways, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and so on.
When your doors and windows don't open or close like normal, it could be a warning sign that settlement issues are happening with the foundation.