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Saber Foundation Repair has been providing durable, long-lasting, and trusted commercial foundation repair and concrete leveling in Ventura, CA since 2001.
Whether you need tough foundation pier systems, a long-lasting concrete leveling solution, or crawl space support jacks, we have the commercial repair solutions that will better serve your project!
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Customer Olivia M, of Somis, California, and her husband purchased their 1980’s home a year prior, fully knowing it had foundation settlement issues. Researching the available options, Olivia determined that Saber had the best online reviews and would be the best company to evaluate the property. Subject site is a single story home supported by a slab on grade foundation. Noticeable cracking in the foundation and flooring tile was evident as well as the floor was determined to be out of level. Upon inspection, Saber’s Project Specialist, Joe J. proposed to install 12 hydraulically driven steel Push Piers at 6’ intervals along the affected area to stabilize and lift the home back to it's original elevation.
Saber’s Foreman Trevar A and his crew completed the Push Pier installation in three days and performed lifting and leveling on the fourth day, followed by Polyurethane injection. Polyurethane was utilized to fill voids under the slab that were created during the lifting phase, further permanently supporting the foundation.
Another happy customer! Olivia was very pleased with the work completed. It is safe to say, she now has piece of mind knowing that the foundation of her home is stable.
A homeowner in Camarillo, California noticed some major signs of settlement occurring in and around their property. The homeowners have notice large cracks forming above and around the door frames and window frames of their home, this was also making it hard for those doors and windows to open and close properly. The homeowners did some research and discovered that they had a soils settlement issue. Soil settlement is mostly due to the shifting of the soils beneath the homes foundation, cause gaps and voids to form and in turn the foundation becomes comprised because the solid ground it was once supported by has since lost that stability. The homeowners then checked out ways to fix the problem, they found that pouring a new foundation would not only be time consuming, a huge disruption to their life and expensive, so they continued to look for other options. They then spoke to a friend about the issue, who recommended Saber. Saber was able to fix the issue in much more convenient cost effective way. Saber used the PolyLEVEL™ system to stabilize and lift the property, closing the gaps and cracks that had formed. The PolyLEVEL™ system is a great way to effectively repair and lift the foundation using a blend of poly to be pumped beneath the homes foundation. The process is relatively quick and the cure time is minutes. The homeowners no longer see the signs of settlement and those doors and windows that once where an issue now open and close with ease.
A homeowner in Ventura called Saber stating that every time he walked to the sink in his kitchen, the floor sagged. He wanted to remodel his kitchen but was afraid the movement in the floors would ruin the countertops and backsplash.
Visible signs of foundation problems were obvious. The kitchen floor was basically suspended in the air, with no contact with the footing. Lack of support to the home was causing many issues.
Curtis and his team removed concrete from three locations around the home in order to place support piers. Two piers had to make a tight squeeze between the gas meter and A/C unit. The piers, once installed, lifted the foot back up to the mudseal of the home, making full contact. The removed concrete was then repoured and replaced.
Saber's services fixed this Ventura home's problems by placing the home back on the footing for full support. The kitchen floor was then rendered 'bounceless'. The client was easy to work with and was very happy with the outcome! Total time on the job site was 4.5 hours.
Oxnard resident Stephen B contacted Saber regarding cracked walls and sticking doors in his home.
Our project design specialist did a complete home evaluation.
Our crew was able to fix the sinking founation using our state-of-the-art PolyLevel process. Stephen was happy with the results and the clean up.
Simi Valley resident contacted Saber regarding uneven concrete on his home's sidewalks. This was becoming a trip hazard.
Our project design specialist performed a complete evaluation.
We were able to correct this trip hazard using our state-of-the-art PolyLevel process.
Arvon was satisfied with the finished job and clean up.
Moorpark resident James E. contacted Saber regarding exterior cracks in the walls of his home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of James's home. The foundation of his home was sinking.
Our crew istalled Push Piers to lift and strengthen the homes foundation. We then caulked the cracks, which is shown in the picture.
James was happy with the result and the clean up.
Oak View resident David S. contacted Saber regarding because his home was in escrow. The home inspection revealed that there were vertical cracks in his homes foundation. Our Project Design Specialist did a thorough inspection of David's home.
Our crew excavated holes where the foundation was sinking. Then they inserted Push Piers to lift, level, and strengthen the foundation. The installed Push Pier is pictured.
David was happy with the result and the clean up.
Ojai resident Jany C. contacted Saber regarding selling a home that was vacant. The home inspection showed uneven floors. Our Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of the home.
Our crew replaced the Crawlspece support posts that were installed incorrectly. We then installed smart Jacks and cement based wood posts with the correct brackets to attach to the cross beams.
Jany was happy with the result and the clean up.
Santa Paula resident Paul H. contacted Saber about cracks in the concrete surrounding the gas meter of his home. Our Project Design Specialist completed a thorough evaluation of Paul's home.
Our crew dug holes and installed Push Piers to the base of the home's foundation. This raised the sinking parts of the foundation, thus leveling the entire home foundation.
Paul was satisfied with the completed job and clean up.
Fillmore resident Simone C. contacted Saber regarding cracks in the walls of her home. Our Project Design Specialist performed a complete evaluation of Simone's home.
Saber's crew exposed the parts of the foundation, that were sinking, and installed Push Piers. Our crew then caulked the cracks.
Simone was happy with the end result and the clean up.
Newbury Park resident contacted Saber regarding Cracks that were causing Trip Hazards in her deck. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough and free homeowner inspection. The soils has settled under the patio. This had created voids. These voids had caused some of the concrete slabs to sink under the patio tile.
Our Crew drilled holes through the concrete into the voids. Saber then filled the voids and lifted the sunken slabs using our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection system. This solved the trip hazard issue.
Ventura resident Corine contacted Saber regarding Fondation Issues with her home. She was remodeling her home, and had noticed that, there were loose bricks at the base of the chimney, and there was crumbling concrete under the carpet she had removed. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a complete and Free Homeowner inspection of Corine's home. The soils had shifted under Corine's home. This had created voids, that in turn had caused her home's Foundation to sink.
Saber's crew brought the foundation to a consistant elevation by using PolyLevel injection under the slab to fill the voids. Next, holes were excavated next to Corine's home. Excess concrete was cut off and disposed of. This made the base of the home foundation flush with the top of the concrete slab. Then Push Piers were attached to lift the outer portion of the slab. The holes were filled in. These steps greatly strengthened the home's foundation, so that Corine could continue with her plan to remodel.
Corine was pleased with the result and the clean up.
Thousand Oaks resident Lillian G. contacted Saber regarding Cracks in the walkways of her home. These cracks were becoming Trip Hazards. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough and Free Homeowner inspection. Voids had formed under the walkways of Lillian's home.
Our Crew drilled holes in the walkways. We then used Saber's State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process to fill these voids with Polyurethane. Last of all, Nexus Plus was applied, to fill and seal the cracks. The attached picture shows how one of the walkways turned out. Trip hazard eliminated.
Lillian was happy with the end result. She now has peace of mind.
Newbury Park resident Dora D. contacted Saber regarding cracks running through her tile patio. See the attached picture. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of Dora's home. Voids had formed under the concrete patio slab.
Our crew drilled holes through the slab and into the voids. We then filled these voids with Polyurethane, using Saber's State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process. This gave the slab a consistant elevation. Then we filled the cracks with grout.
Dora was happy with the completed work.
A Port Hueneme association supervisor contacted Saber regarding cracked and crumbling sidewalks in the community. Saber's Project Design Specialist performed a thorough inspection of all of the walkways. Several of the concrete slabs were in such bad shape, that they had to be replaced. See the attached picture. Saber Excavated these slabs, and removed all of the concrete. We then filled the voids, that had formed, with Polyurethane. Last of all, new slabs were poured.
Thousand Oaks resident Janice J. contacted Saber regarding the Cracks, that have become Trip Hazards in her Driveway. Voids have Formed under the Driveway.
Saber's crew drilled through the Concrete and into the Voids. We then used our State-of-the-Art PolyLevel Injection Process to fill the Voids with Polyurethane. This eliminated the Trip Hazards. Saber then Used Nexus Pro to fill the Cracks. See attached Picture.