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BASEMENT WALL ANCHOR SYSTEM

What Are Wall Anchors Used For?

The Grip-Tite basement wall anchor system utilizes proven engineering methods to secure and stabilize deteriorating basement walls. Walls that are affected by leaning, tilting, bowing, or cracking can be corrected using our innovative and effective basement wall anchor system. Our system consists of an interior wall plate, exterior soil anchor, connecting steel rod, and hardware designed to stabilize and support weak or failing basement walls. This cost-effective system features a minimally invasive installation process and requires little maintenance during the course of its lifetime.

When you want to provide your customers with the best foundation repair services possible, you want a basement wall anchor kit from Grip-Tite. Call us today for more information and to place your order.

How Foundation Wall Anchors Work

During times of heavy rain, the soil around the foundation of your home can become saturated. When this happens, it puts a tremendous amount of pressure on the walls of your basement foundation. If that pressure exceeds the amount of force those walls can handle, that’s when you begin to experience foundation failure. This is where our foundation wall anchors come in!

During the installation process, the foundation wall anchors are extended past the unstable soil to hard, suitable soil beyond. There they anchor themselves into the soil and provide your home with a bracing force, counteracting the push from the wet, unstable soil. Once these basement wall anchors are in place, they can be slowly tightened over time to correct the damage and move your foundation walls back into their original place.

Installation should only be done by a certified Grip-Tite installer to ensure the project is completed to the best possible standard. Call our crew today for more information and to start the certification process so you can give your customers the best!

  • In most cases can straighten wall (over time) without excavation
  • Limited disturbance to lawn and landscape
  • The low-profile wall plate can be easily painted or finished over
  • Counteracts pressure on the wall without causing damage to structure (does not rely on the floor joists or wood framing as the reaction)
  • Will stabilize bowed, leaning and sheared walls
  • The patented product can only be installed by manufacturer-certified installers
  • An alternative to completely removing and rebuilding basement walls

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 10 gauge (0.134-inch thick) hot-rolled, embossed steel plate. Available in standard plate (approx. 195 sq. in.) or large plate (approx. 300 sq. in.)
  • Two cross-plated 10 gauge (0.134-inch thick) hot-rolled, embossed steel plates
  • Nominal diameter 0.734 inch with rolled threads in 6.5 foot sections
  • Wall anchor components hot-dipped galvanized in accordance with ASTM A-153.
  • Allowable Rod Capacity = 8,400 lbs.

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