At Lift-Texas we have gathered multiple case studies on the services that we provide. Please feel free to look them over and reach out if you are interested or if you have a similar problem that we can resolve for you!
Residential Pool: Arlington, TX
Pool Void Fill & Concrete Lift
The customers pool had settled around the entire perimeter upwards of 5 inches from end to end causing the skimmer pump to suck air and the waterline to be way off. This pool was located on the side of a hill and as with most all structures built on a hillside comes erosion and shifting of the soils around which in turn causing the “foundation” to shift.
Commercial Building: Plano, TX
Interior & Exterior Concrete Lift
We were contacted about a parking lot and sidewalk around an office building that had dropped significantly causing tenants to have issues getting in and out of the building as well as causing trip hazards. In addition, the slope of the sidewalks towards the building caused water to penetrate against the building which ultimately caused interior foundation issues that also had to be remedied. Inside the building, walls were no longer touching the floor in some areas and cosmetic cracks were prevalent in many areas where the floor had dropped. This case study describes the problem and solution.
Multi Family Complex: San Antonio, TX
Interior & Exterior Foundation Repair
We were contacted to evaluate the foundation the foundations of multiple buildings at a San Antonio multi-family property that were failing. On the exterior, there were multiple signs of stresses on the framing, windows, walls, etc. Inside had multiple cracks prevalent in many areas, as well as, floors noticeably dropped.
Commercial Warehouse: Carrollton, TX
Interior Void Fill & Concrete Lift
We were contacted to evaluate the collapse of a fire riser that had created a large void.
The interior slab had ruptured.
Commercial Warehouse: Dallas, TX
Foundation Repair & Void Fill
We were contacted evaluate the foundation of this large warehouse building in Dallas, Tx. We found it needed exterior piers to control the drop of the tilt-walls, and polyurethane foam injection to fill the interior void.