FOUNDATION REPAIR

If a foundation is placed on unstable Utah soil, the weight of the building can cause it to sink or settle. You may begin to see cracks in brick, stucco, or sheet rock. Windows and doors may not close as well as they once did. This may result in needing a foundation repair done by a qualified professional. Foundation settlement can be fixed using a process called underpinning. Interwest repairs homes and buildings all along the Wasatch Front.

Basement Waterproofing

Basement waterproofing involves techniques and materials used to prevent water from penetrating the basement of a house or a building. Waterproofing a basement that is below ground level can require the application of sealant materials, the installation of drains and sump pumps, and more.

Helical Piers

Interwest’s resistance piering or helical piering systems will stabilize and/or raise the foundation to its original position and prevent further home, building or foundation settlement. Foundation piering is a great way to ensure that your investment stays on solid ground for many years to come.

Push Piers

Interwest’s resistance piering or helical piering systems will stabilize and/or raise the foundation to its original position and prevent further home, building or foundation settlement. Foundation piering is a great way to ensure that your investment stays on solid ground for many years to come.

Wall Anchors

Helical Pier or Push Pier depth will depend on the soils beneath the home or building. For example, piers installed under a home located in Salt Lake City may reach a deeper depth than a home in Provo. Of course city boundaries don’t determine soil type. We have even seen piers go deeper on one side of the house than the other.

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Wall reinforcement

Helical Pier or Push Pier depth will depend on the soils beneath the home or building. For example, piers installed under a home located in Salt Lake City may reach a deeper depth than a home in Provo. Of course city boundaries don’t determine soil type. We have even seen piers go deeper on one side of the house than the other.