Don't Replace. Repair.
Repair a Sinking Patio or Sidewalk
Repair a Cracked Wall in a Pool or House
Raise and Level a Sinking Foundation
Indications of settling problems include:
- Foundation walls that are buckled or bowed
- Doors and windows that stick or don't open properly
- Cracks in foundation walls
- Cracks in exterior walls
- Cracks in interior walls and ceilings
- Sunken or buckled interior concrete floors
- Concrete Pool Shell cracked and pool losing water
- Subsidence in perimeter soils around the foundation
- Patio lanai or pool deck cracks
- In some cases water intrusion
Settlement in structures and foundations is a common problem faced by some quarter million homeowners each year. Homes and other structures situated on unstable soils settle when their foundations are subjected to extreme moisture conditions, lack of proper drainage, or poor soil compaction. A shifting foundation may result in structural damage to your home or other structures resulting in a loss of your investment. Listed above are symptoms of settlement. If you recognize these symptoms that are taking place with your homes foundation or other structures, please contact us. We will gladly assist to find a remedy for your situation at hand.
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This is a "NEIGHBOR FRIENDLY" SYSTEM
NO CRANES - NO POUNDING - NO VIBRATION
Minimal access of an area is needed to incorporate any of these applications
Once your CHANCE certified installer has received the plan of repair from a qualified design group or individual, he can proceed with the repair. Remember, one of the best investments you can make is to get a soil boring on your property. This will enable the designer to determine what type of anchor and to what depth it must go to stable soil. Usually the installer will excavate a hole at each anchor location wide enough and deep enough to place a bracket under the foundation. The leading section of the anchor with the proper number and size of helices will be installed by a rotary installing machine. Extensions are added until the helices are at the proper depth and the predetermined torque is achieved. At that point the bracket is added, the load is transferred to the anchor, and the building can be stabilized or lifted according to the plan of repair.
Consel Inc. is a specialty contracting company established in Naples and has been diligently servicing Southwest Florida and the Southeastern United States since 1983.
Consel, Inc. specializes in innovative services related to foundation repairs, soil stabilization, water stoppage, concrete radar imaging and pipe relining systems. Our environmentally friendly services provide a scope of solutions for new and old structures. The design for your repair is achieved by our years of experience, close relationships, and networking with engineering firms and well known product suppliers.
7935 Drew Circle
Fort Myers, FL 33967