Soil Stabilization Services in Coral Gables
Coral Gables Foundation Repair specializes in removing and stabilization of foundations throughout the Coral Gables neighborhoods. We are extremely proud of our expertly trained employees and their friendly support staff. All employees stand ready to assist you with your questions, especially the technical ones. We perform comprehensive inspections of the inside and outside of your home before creating an individual plan tailored to your home’s needs. Providing customers with peace of mind is our purpose, and serving you is what makes Coral Gables Foundation Repair different.
Coral Gables Foundation Repair provides a wide range of soil stabilization and even full-depth reclamation services. As a result of soil stabilization, the soil becomes stronger, more stable, and can be used to support pavements and foundations. In situations where the subsoil is not suitable for construction, such as a roadway, parking area, or site development project, soil stabilization products are commonly used. Soil stabilization is an environmentally friendly and non-toxic process, has no toxic effect on workers or bystanders, increases soil strength immediately, creates a concrete foundation suitable for rigid and flexible pavements, and surpasses the OSHA respirable silica standards.
How We Can Help!
Foundation repair in Coral Gables is our specialty. We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured. We provide a full range of services, including:
- Lime Soil
- Full-Depth Reclamation
- Cement Soil
- And More Soil Services!
We have completed numerous projects for property owners in the Coral Gables area since we started providing soil stabilization services. Our company is a full-service foundation repair contractor that completes jobs quickly and professionally. Contact us to find out more about any of the soil stabilization services we provide.
Lime Soil Stabilization
If clay soils of poor quality are not treated, concrete slabs and pavements can crack. Concrete is stabilized with lime when it’s placed on such soils. The type and amount of lime to apply depends on the particulars of the soil in question when stabilizing it. The soil quality is not only different between regions but also changes within a short distance of the roadbed. You can make your roadbed more stable over time with the help of a contractor who understands soil stabilization. Since lime serves to restrain clay’s expansion, lime stabilizes the subgrade. Moreover, roadbeds containing this material will be strengthened in a long-term, even way, by preventing water from penetrating the underlying subsoil.
Cement Soil Stabilization
Is the soil in the area where the road is being built not ideal? The solution is perhaps to stabilize your soil with cement. Solvent stabilization alters soil in order to maximize the soil’s already existing physical properties. A number of additives, including lime, fly-ash, and Portland cement, are used to achieve this effect. Stabilization of the soil using cement entails an increase in tensile strength. By stabilizing the soil, shrinking and swelling properties will be reduced so that you can install your pavement on a stable base.
You can request a free service quote for all soil stabilization or commercial foundation repair services by contacting us today. Our contractors can provide you with a quote for soil stabilization services after visiting your property. So, don’t hesitate to call us today at 305-770-6457 if you have any questions about our services.