Residential Projects

Residential Projects

Void Filling

Project: The soil beneath the rear yard patio slab of this home had settled approximately 4 to 6 inches creating a large voided area under the slab....

Void Filling

Project: The soil beneath the driveway and walkway slab of this home had settled approximately 4 inches creating a large voided area under the slab. Because the...

Primiterra Project

Project: The front entry walkway and one side of the driveway of this home had settled approximately 1-1/2 inches. Team Foundation Systems cored several 2” holes through...

Crossridge Project

Project: The driveway of this home had settled approximately 1-1/2 inches along the front edge of the garage. The front edge of the garage floor slab had...

Lot 10, Gallagher Road

Project: The Patio privacy wall had settled approximately 6 inches on the north end. The privacy wall was constructed on a typical concrete foundation placed on compacted...

Andrews Residence

Project: The SE corner of the home had settled approximately Five inches. Team Foundation Systems Ltd. installed (7) seven A.B. Chance Pulldown Micro Piles® with (6-8-10 in.)...

Vernon Residence

Project: The NW corner of the home had settled approximately three inches. Team Foundation Systems Ltd. installed (5) five A.B. Chance Helical Piers® with (8-10-12 in.) diameter...

Kelowna, B.C – Residence

Project: The front entry landing of this home had settled approximately 2-1/2 inches. Team Foundation Systems installed two (2) Chance Helical Piles with 8”/10” diameter helices. Piles...

Indian Rock Road Residence

Project: At the height of the Okanagan Mountain Park Wildfire, the owners of this home were evacuated out of the area. During their absence, the water main...

McKinley Landing Residence

Project: The NW corner of the home had settled approximately four inches. Team Foundation Systems Ltd. installed (9) nine A.B. Chance Helical Piers® with (8-10-12 in.) diameter...

Revelstoke, B.C – Residence

Project: The south-west corner of this home had settled approximately six inches. Team Foundation Systems installed eleven (11) Chance Helical Piles with 8”/10” diameter helices. Piles were...