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Commercial Slope Stabilization

Thanks to generations of human ingenuity, you can see buildings across the Carolinas situated on hills for stunning looks and fantastic views. However, the expansive soils in the region mean that any building built on a hillside has a risk of foundation settlement or even foundation heave. Any structure built on a hill might experience slope creep or failure, leading to a need for slope stabilization to keep all structures secure. Carolina Foundation Solutions offers a range of solutions that stabilize buildings on slopes and preserve their structural integrity.

Call us today at (877) 770-7050 or contact us online to learn more about slope stabilization and schedule an assessment for your property.

What Is Slope Stabilization?

Slope stabilization is a catchall term for any procedure that stabilizes and secures a slope prone to soil movement and instability. It’s common to achieve stabilization by removing any unsecured material and ensuring the remaining material stays put with nets, carefully balanced chemical formulas, better drainage, and enhanced structural support. Retaining walls are an important tool, often working in tandem with shotcrete, helical tiebacks, or helical piers.

Importance of Slope Stabilization

Building on a slope is inherently risky, but stabilization makes it viable for long-term structural integrity. Without stabilization, a building can slide right off a hill in the right circumstances — even though this occurrence is rare. Any method of slope stabilization combats the possibility of slope failure, which may consist of:

  • Subsidence
  • Slides
  • Falls
  • Flows

The slip plane is an area of stable soil, and at some point, it gives way to weaker soil prone to breaking off and sliding away. During the slope stabilization process, we calculate where the slip plane ends and put additional support in place to prevent sliding.

Call Carolina Foundation Solutions at (877) 770-7050 to learn more about the importance of slope stabilization in North Carolina.

Advantages of Slope Stabilization

Why is slope stabilization a crucial procedure for many properties in Charlotte and the surrounding areas? The advantages include the following:

  • Preventing soil loss: Without intervention, any hill will have soil move around and cause issues for any structures in the area.
  • Improving drainage: Stabilization facilitates more efficient water diversion from the soil’s surface.
  • Expanding buildable areas: Slope stabilization makes it possible to build on steeper hills without additional risk of soil movement.

If your property could benefit from slope stabilization, call Carolina Foundation Solutions at (877) 770-7050 or contact us online to schedule an inspection.

Why Choose Carolina Foundation Solutions?

Carolina Foundation Solutions understands that slope stabilization can feel like an overwhelming project, and we’re here to complete it as smoothly as possible. With decades of experience in North and South Carolina, no competitors match our expertise and dedication to world-class service. Our professional, licensed associates understand the ins and outs of commercial slope stabilization and work hard to complete each job safely and efficiently.

To schedule an assessment for commercial slope stabilization in Charlotte or nearby areas, call Carolina Foundation Solutions at (877) 770-7050 or contact us online today.

Why Choose Carolina Foundation Solutions?
Why Choose Carolina Foundation Solutions?
Unrivaled
Experience

We provide hassle-free guidance, support, and customer care to take your project from start to finish.

Affordable
Solutions

We know making a major repair can be daunting, so we offer transparent pricing and tailored solutions to fit your budget.

Reliable Products
& Solutions

We select only the most trusted products and systems for superior reliability.

Accountability

Our work reflects our commitment to excellence: we hire and train only the very best technicians.

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& Operated

Our family is deeply committed to our communities in North and South Carolina.

Guaranteed Work

We do every job right the first time and back that up with our work guarantee.

Unrivaled
Experience

We provide hassle-free guidance, support, and customer care to take your project from start to finish.

Affordable
Solutions

We know making a major repair can be daunting, so we offer transparent pricing and tailored solutions to fit your budget.

Reliable Products
& Solutions

We select only the most trusted products and systems for superior reliability.

Accountability

Our work reflects our commitment to excellence: we hire and train only the very best technicians.

Family-Owned
& Operated

Our family is deeply committed to our communities in North and South Carolina.

Guaranteed Work

We do every job right the first time and back that up with our work guarantee.

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