When your wall fence and concrete get some problems

Cracks of structures on the beams have a vertical or diagonal pattern, in addition, there are also patterns of hair fractures. Cracked concrete beams can be categorized into cracked structures consisting of bending cracks having vertical/vertical patterns usually caused by loads that exceed the beam capabilities and shear fractures that have diagonal/oblique patterns commonly occurring after the presence of bending cracks having vertical patterns. Cracked shear can also occur if the beam is exposed to seismic forces. In addition, the beam crack can be caused by less than perfect process. Small cracks or cracked hair, much of it caused by environmental influences. Generally occurs because the beam is exposed to sunlight and rain. In the meantime, you may hire a trusted concrete crack repair service whenever you must fix your foundations.

3 Alternative solutions:

1. For the concrete beam under which there is a wall, can be made additional columns / additional poles around the cracks. The function of this column is to support the beam and help channel the load down / the foundation.

2. For concrete beams underneath it is not possible to provide additional columns, first given the injection of epoxy on the crack, then enlarged dimension beam with external reinforcement.

3. For small cracks, simply fill with plastering. The goal is that iron reinforcement is not directly related to the outside air that can cause rust.

In addition, we often encounter wall fence is tilted or almost collapsed. Of course, it would be dangerous if the wall collapsed and hit the surrounding environment or passers-by. What are the causes of wall fence collapsed? First, the location of the foundation is less deep so it is not able to withstand the load of the wall of the fence on it, resulting in a sloping wall. Second, wall fence exposed to the burden of wind / big push.

3 Alternative Solutions:

1. Dig the soil around the foundation, straighten the fence tilted with the addition of temporary reinforcement, in the form of wooden / iron supports on the wall of the fence.

2. Make a foundation and sloof behind the fence as a place of column holder/pillar support.

3. Create columns / triangle-shaped columns to hold the slope of the fence. The size of the pole is adjusted to the load of the supporting wall.