Unstable soils are a basements worst enemy, whether the antagonists are expansive clay or compressible or improperly compacted fill. They launch a sneak attack by leaving foundations unevenly supported, triggering settlement and cracking. They can also barrage basement walls with lateral loads, causing walls to bow inward. As many homeowners can attest, the battle scars from all of this damage can be devastating to real estate values.

Fortunately, it's possible to rescue settled foundations by using hydraulically driven piles or piers. But what about those bowed, cracked walls? How do you repair bowed basement walls and salvage their structural strength? How do you prevent further movement without turning the basement into a war zone of steel support beams?

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