Commercial

Foundation Repair

Baird Foundation Repair is dedicated to transparency, providing industry-best solutions, and giving our customers honesty and respect every step of the way.

We are proud to serve businesses through the repair of existing structures, as well as end-bearing deep foundations for new construction applications. We have helped ensure solid, safe, and secure foundations and permanent solutions for commercial businesses of all types, including schools, apartments, churches, government, and municipal buildings, as well as all other structures.

Our solutions, manufactured by Supportworks, Inc., have been developed and tested by geotechnical and structural engineers to ensure quality in all that we do. The products and solutions we use are manufactured and tested to meet industry standards, making sure we provide a permanent solution to bring you and your team peace of mind.

Our Solutions

Helical Tension Anchors

Helical Anchors, or tiebacks, provide stability to foundation walls and retaining walls with unbalanced earth pressures and require minimal excavation. Helical Anchors can be installed in all weather and where access may be limited, making sure that construction or repair can continue without delaying your project’s goals. Our team is also able to immediately test the effectiveness. Helical anchors are a convenient and cost-effective solution for many projects.

Helical Piers

Helical piers, or piles, are a steel foundation system consisting of a central shaft with one helix-shaped bearing plate welded to the lead section that helps pull the pier into the soil during installation, and serves as an anchor as the weight of the foundation or structure is transferred to the pier. Our helical pier system is effective and versatile for stabilizing and restoring foundations and masonry elements like brick, limestone (often found in the Texas Hill Country), and adobe in new and existing construction.

PUSH (RESISTANCE) PIER SYSTEMS

Our push pier system utilizes high-strength steel tubes and a load transfer bracket (retrofit foundation repair bracket) to stabilize and/or lift sinking or settling foundations. The foundation bracket is secured to the existing footing, and pier sections are driven hydraulically through the foundation bracket and into the soil below using the combined structural weight and any contributory soil load as resistance. Pier sections are continuously driven until a suitable load-bearing stratum is encountered, causing the structure to lift or reach equilibrium.

Crawl Space Jacks

The SmartJack® is a support system for crawl spaces with sagging beams and floors that have weakened over time due to high moisture and rot. It can also be used to support columns where an existing column or pier foundation has settled. The SmartJack® can support up to 30,000 pounds and has been tested to ensure that the system meets industry and national standards, and is a permanent fix for your business or infrastructure.

Trust We've Earned

"They moved the chimney a total of 15 inches. It fit like a glove. Baird would be my first, go-to, foundation repair company in San Antonio".
Robin and Keith M.
"They were great. Very respectful of our property; they felt like family went they left!"
Donna
Baird helped this customer fix the foundation of his wife's sewing shop!
Steve B.
Baird did an excellent job. The first phone call was very pleasant and the office staff was very nice and helpful. I was amazed at how the sales person answered all my questions. The clean up was excellent. Everything kept to a minimum and the clean up was as if they were not here. I would hire Baird again, but I hope I never have a problem again. I had read up on foundation repairs and then had the company come out, do estimate, asked lots of question, had them bring samples of supplies. Everything was in a timely manner finished and to our satisfaction. Was always kept informed of what they were doing.
Jutta H.
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