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Case Study - Push Piers for Eagle Ranch Subdivision

Push Piers (Residential)

  • Project: Eagle Ranch Subdivision 2 homes
  • Location: Eagle, Colorado
  • Date: November, 2009

Condition:

The evaluation revealed a lack of roof gutters and the existence of drainage issues. Both homes had settled more than 2 inches on their southwest corners. Creating cracks in walls, ceilings, and doors that could not be operated.

Corrective Measures:

Foundation Repair of Western Colorado installed Push Piers to lift and stabilize the foundation and prevent further vertical settlement. In a few cases, piers reached a depth as great as 61 feet with a lift capability of over 50 Kips.

Results:

Installation of Push Piers has lifted the house to a more level condition, and stopped ongoing and distractive movement! Most of the drywall cracks closed, and doors became operational. Roof eaves of the home and the porch came into a parallel plane with one another, eliminating a “curious” view from the curb.

Customer Comments:

“The foundation specialist was very helpful alleviating our concerns and a valuable source of information. From the beginning he made himself available to discuss our concerns and was always willing to take the time to communicate with us.” – John P.

Project Summary

  • Installing Contractor: Foundation Repair of Western Co LLC,
    Grand Junction Colorado
  • Products Installed: Push Piers

Our Service Area

We serve from the following:

Foundation Repair of Western Colorado
2575 U.S. 6 & 50, Unit A
Grand Junction, CO 81501