There are several options available to improve the defective base, some of which are more desirable than others. One option is the complete removal and replacement of the base wall. This solution removes landscaping, decks and exterior concrete slabs, and explores the surrounding ground. The home is pulled up and alternatively supported while the base walls are removed and replaced. Not only is this solution complicated and costly, but the problem is likely to reoccur if the original reason (s) is not addressed.
The second option to repair is the installation of steel posts (though they work as beams in this application). Steel beams are typically fixed to the bottom of the bottom to the concrete floor and are screwed, screwed or nailed to the wood floorboard. The forces exiting the wall are there before being passed between the steel beam and the floors. Due to the high degree of variability inherent in home design and design, designers of these systems must thoroughly understand and understand each site-specific application, especially the details of the connection with wood framing and the necessary additional blocking and reinforcement. Without proper design the steel beam can be bent, the floor panels and the first floor can be attached and the walls may still differ. This option can also not align the base wall to its original position.
The third option is carbon fiber strips or disks. The application / equipment includes an epoxy adhesive that attaches the carbon fiber to the wall. The carbon fibers are then tensile strength on the inner surface of the wall, thereby minimizing the additional flexion. While these products can be successfully used to minimize additional bending conditions, they should not prevent the wall from turning upwards or placing the wall in its original position.
The ultimate solution is a wall fixing system. With a wall anchor system, the heavy, galvanized steel ground screws are securely embedded in the stable ground on the wall of the wall. Ground anchors are connected to galvanized steel sheet metal on the base with long, threaded, galvanized steel rods. This system is linked to the passive resistance of the ground on the ground anchors to withstand the over-pressurization of the wall against the wall. The wall fixing system does not rely on domestic wood framing for support. Wall mounting systems are proven to support the base walls and provide the best possible solution for walls to return to their original position. Anchor systems have long been ideal for bending and lending problems, even though the US Housing and Development Department evaluated the offer in 1992.
Advantages of the Wall Anchor System include all-year installation, minimal interference with lawn and landscaping, interior floor defects, wall walls, further bending / leasing prevention, and most importantly restoration to customers. Although defective backbones can be frightening and intimidating for home sellers and buyers, the solution of the falconry system can quickly and often be reduced to less money than the asking price of the seller is subject to structural concern or perceived repair.