Basement Wall Strap
Check-out our newest product, which has been designed and tested in-house, that will repair a bowing foundation wall. Discount codes for bulk purchases and more information is located in the description on the product page.
Insta-Footing is used in place of a poured concrete footing, saving significant time and money. Insta-Footing is to be placed on top of a poured concrete floor slab that is at least 3.5 inches thick. The slab may be required to be leveled with non-shrink grout if existing conditions warrant. Insta-Footing is to be secured to the floor with either two 1/2″ diameter concrete expansion anchor bolts, two concrete screws or powder driven nails. Insta-Footing comes in two difference sizes, a 12″ x 12″ plate and a 16″ x 16″ plate. Plates are painted yellow steel.
Joist Repair Kit
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When renovating a building, you might be challenged by floor joists that have been cut to allow for pipes or conduits to pass through, or you may be considering cutting existing joists to install new plumbing or conduits. This can weaken the joist and make it to be unstable. Our Joist Repair Kit is a safe way to repair the joist, created by structural engineers who are well informed on load-bearing requirements.
Joist Repair Kit Video
Basement Wall Strap
This product is intended to permanently repair a cracked and/or inward bowed foundation wall and to prevent the wall from tipping in at the top. The straps will not remove the crack or bow in the foundation wall but permanently prevent the wall from bowing in any further and prevent the top of the wall from tipping in any further. The straps act as steel reinforcement on the interior face of the wall. Since the straps resist stretching the wall is unable to bow inward any further. The straps are secured to the wall at the top and bottom using a 3/8” diameter concrete expansion anchor. The straps are anchored to each wall between the top and bottom bolt by epoxying in 3/8” diameter bolts. The top of the straps are anchored to the sill plate using two ¼” diameter x 1.5” long structural screws.
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Basement Wall Strap Video
The bulkhead attaches to the sides of the bottom truss chords or ceiling joists and resists the spreading (pulling apart) loads that exist in the truss bottom chord or ceiling joists thereby maintain the strength and integrity of roof system. The attachment points slide on the rails making them easily adjustable to the Attic Hatch Bulkhead can be positioned anywhere you wish to have your attic hatch or pull down stairs. The Attic Hatch Bulkhead comes in pieces and is very easy and quick to assemble using standard tools. Position and secure the Attic Hatch Bulkhead first before cutting the trusses or ceiling joists. Custom sizes are also available.