Fargo Moorhead Settlement

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Foundation Repair: Settlement

In the Fargo-Moorhead area, foundation settling is a common problem, but SafeBasements™ is here to help. If you’ve noticed stuck windows and doors in your Fargo-Moorhead home, uneven floors and stairs, or cracks in your basement walls, these may be signs that your foundation has settled and requires correction.

Our experienced team of basement pros has several options to stabilize and repair your foundation settling issues in your Fargo-Moorhead home and get your home back on solid footing where it needs to be. Of course, we don’t make any recommendations before completing a full inspection, which you can schedule for free. Our experts of foundation settling repair in Fargo-Moorhead know how serious foundation problems can be, so we make sure to keep you honestly and accurately informed about the scope of the problem and the solutions available.

SafeBasements SOLUTION:

  • Push Pier System
  • Helical Pier System


SafeBasements™ Patented Push Pier System

Push piers are a tried-and-true solution or repair for foundation settling in Fargo-Moorhead. Essentially, push piers are long, metal rods that are driven down into the soil around your home until they are anchored in load-bearing soil or bedrock. Then, once your home has found solid footing, our foundation repair experts carefully calibrate the system to get your home back into the correct position. At SafeBasements™, we use our own patented push pier system, Saber Tooth™, which is made from the most durable materials available. We use only the best and most reliable materials for foundation settling repair in Fargo-Moorhead, because we stake our reputation on the enduring quality of our work.

SafeBasements™ Helical Piers

While push piers are straight metal poles that rely on the weight of the structure to stabilize the foundation, helical piers are screw-like poles that are rotated into the soil, using the deep, dense, load-bearing layers for stability. Whether your foundation needs helical or push piers will be determined by our seasoned foundation inspectors.

When you schedule a free inspection with SafeBasements™, we come out with a full knowledge of the soil types in your area. We then survey your home and property, examine and research the soil, and put together a comprehensive plan to fix your foundation. Get on the path toward peace of mind today!