Leaning Structures & Chimney Repair
Many different structures can lean over time. These include brick or stone chimneys, brick mailboxes, columns, headstones, and more. The experts at A-1 have experience correcting issues with each of these types of problems. Of course, each one requires a specific solution, but you can count on the technicians at A-1 to do it right and in such a way to last years to come.
Brackets are bolted to the chimney footer. Then steel pipe is driven into the ground with a hydraulic piston.
Once the steel pipe reaches bedrock, or can't be pushed any further, it lifts the chimney back into place. At this point, it is locked off.
Most of our processes lift the structure using hydraulic, or mechanical jacks, or, in more severe cases, using piers driven into the ground. Once the structure is lifted back into place, A-1 will typically inject the void underneath with a leveling compound to give it a new, solid base.
Free Leaning Structure Repair Inspection
Our expert foundation repair technicians will provide a detailed inspection of your issue, and outline their best recommendation to permanently repair your leaning structure. Even if you can’t imagine how we’d fix it, give us a call, you might be surprised what we can figure out for you.
Why call on A-1 Concrete for your leaning structure repair needs?
- Expert technicians with years of experience
- No job is too large or too small
- Environmentally-friendly solutions
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Supported by our National A-1 Franchise Network
- A-1 is a fully insured contractor
- Professionally-trained repair experts
- Patented state of the art foundation repair equipment
Featured Team Member
Lee is one of our Maryville concrete leveling experts. He understands intimately how concrete slabs move, and what it takes to get them back in the right place. If he is on your job, you know it’ll be done right.
They were great. Showed up and took a lot of time to talk through options with us. There was some concern about getting the truck up our driveway (it is a little steep), so the owner came out to our house and drove the truck up himself. It worked, no more porch slab sloping into the house. Thanks.