Wall Stabilization



Wall Anchors and Braces

ON-Site Estimate

Wall Stabilization Technology For Your Colorado Home

The foundation of your home can shift as a result of the soil underneath and around your home, swelling and contracting. Given that, the walls in your home may begin to move, which could result in structural damage. In any event, we at Liftech have extensive experience in helping homeowners prevent this from occurring. Liftech has years of foundation repair and concrete leveling experience ensuring whatever the issue, Liftech has you covered.

With our state-of-the-art technology, we can install wall anchors and braces to prevent the walls in your home from moving. In detail, we do this by holding your wall in place when the soil begins to swell. The pressure of the soil pushing against your wall is stopped by the braces and helps to keep your walls in place.

Wall stabilization

To sum it up, wall stabilization is way more affordable, less disruptive, and a much shorter process than replacing your walls entirely. If you’re seeking a permanent solution for your structural walls, get in touch with our team today!

Wall Stabilization vs Replacement

When you notice the walls of your home shifting, it can be worrying. Not only does it mean your home isn’t completely stable, but it could also mean costly repairs are necessary to get your home back to the way it should be. We here at Liftech are here to tell you that we developed unique processes to restore your wall to new. We have helped countless homeowners stabilize their walls around the Front Range! No need to replace your walls. Here are some of the benefits of using wall stabilization technology compared to completely replacing your structural walls:

benefits of wall stabilization


Removing a structural wall from your home and having to replace it is overwhelming and can be extremely expensive. Generally speaking, replacing a structural wall in your home could easily cost $30,000+. As well as the several days, or even weeks, of messy construction. With our wall stabilization systems, you will have a permanent repair at a fraction of the cost.



At Liftech, we use helical wall anchors and power braces when completing a wall stabilization project. Seeing as the expanding soils underneath and around your home will likely create the same problem if you were to just replace the bowing or damaged wall, our systems look to prevent future failure. Our wall stabilization systems will eliminate the bowing condition and hold back the soil permanently. So, you don’t have to worry about this same issue arising in the future.


Replacing a damaged wall is not only expensive, but it is also very disruptive and time-consuming. However, if you choose to stabilize your wall instead, you will spend a fraction of the cost and have your problem fixed in a matter of days. Compare that to wall replacement that can take weeks. While every circumstance is different when it comes to wall stabilization, we are able to diagnose and fix almost any issue.



A single wall brace repair can be completed with minor disruptions in the area. Wall braces do require access to the interior foundation wall, but in many cases, we can access the wall from the basement. Be that as it may, these repairs create very little disruption in your everyday family life. At any rate, stabilizing or bracing your walls provides a considerably smaller disturbance than replacing them.



Fix bowing walls

How Does The Wall Stabilization Process Work?

While it may sound like an intimidating process, wall stabilization is actually pretty simple. Liftech has helped stabilize many Colorado homes over the years, and we have our process down to a science. We repair structural walls with helical screw anchors or power braces. Here’s a quick overview on how our wall stabilization process works:

 Wall Anchors

  •  We install the anchors by drilling a small hole for the anchor rod to pass through your wall. From there, we excavate a hole outside to plant the bearing plate.
  • A small high-torque motor then rotates the screw anchor system into your soil.
  • As soon as the depth and predetermined torque are achieved, the anchor is terminated and a plate is mounted inside your wall to hold it in place.

Wall Braces

  • We use a similar concept for the installation of power braces, which are anchored to the inside of your foundation wall to prevent the inward movement of the walls. If for some reason your wall needs to be moved, a sufficient amount of soil must be removed to allow your wall to move.
  • We bolt the steel braces along your wall vertically to give it strength.
  • Then we use hydraulic pressure to push your wall and lock it back into place


Straight wall after wall repair

Liftech: Your Colorado Wall Stabilization Experts

The last thing that you want to hear is that your home isn’t stable. Not only are you concerned for the safety of you and your family, but you also don’t want to have to spend a large sum of money to fix the problem.

At Liftech, we completely understand all of your concerns. For that reason, we know when anything arises about the structural integrity of your home, you can’t help but stress about it. That’s why we are here to provide you with affordable and dependable solutions for foundation repair. We aim to ensure sure your family is safe and your home is structurally sound. Here are a few reasons why choosing the Liftech team for your wall stabilization needs is the way to go:

  • We are fully licensed and insured.
  • We are fully equipped to not only install wall braces, but also Helical Piers, Foundation Crack Repairs, and many other types of foundation repair.
  • Our repairs are backed by a lifetime warranty.
  • Our staff is made up of home builders, geologists, general contractors, certified technicians, and salespeople that have been in the foundation industry for years and have perfected the process to provide our customers with the best services at the best prices.
  • At Liftech, we have the best customer service, reputation, people, and products in Colorado.

As soon as you notice the walls in your home have started to bow or shift, contact our team at Liftech immediately. The sooner we can assess your home and provide you with a variety of options to fix the problem, the better off you will be. The First thing to remember is the longer you wait, the longer your home is unstable, meaning more issues could arise, resulting in more costly and time-consuming solutions.

What Causes Walls To Shift?

If you’re seeking wall stabilization solutions to repair your foundation, you are likely wondering what caused your walls to shift in the first place. There are a variety of causes to your walls moving and bowing, so it’s hard to say what exactly happened to cause your home’s movement. However, there are a few different occurrences that could be the culprit, including:


Colorado soil is known for having a high density of clay, which makes it prone to expansion and contraction. When this happens, it can result in the soil underneath and surrounding your home to fall. This leads to settlement, meaning the structural walls in your home are no longer being supported where they need to be.


Water pressure is one of the most common causes for your foundation or structural walls to crack and bow. The reason being, it can push upwards or laterally against a wall, especially in colder climates like Colorado.

Other Factors

As we mentioned above, it’s hard to say what exactly is causing the movement of your walls without taking a closer look. However, other aspects outside of soil and water can have a part in your walls shifting, including a poor building process, tree and bush roots, age, and many other factors.

Regardless of the cause, Liftech has your solution. Given that, we provide all of our customers a free, on-site estimate before understanding the problem you are experiencing. Subsequently, we provide you with honest, accurate options that will provide you with the solutions you are looking for.

How Much Does Wall Stabilization Cost?

We price each project uniquely depending on how much work needs to be done. However, when you choose Liftech as your Colorado wall stabilization specialist, you can have peace of mind knowing you are getting an honest appraisal of your situation. It also does not hurt that Liftech also offers helical pier installation, foundation crack repair, concrete leveling, and more. 


Financing Options

Paying for something like wall stabilization services is likely not included in your budget. Given that, we provide financing options so you don’t have to choose between your comfort and receiving necessary solutions to ensure the integrity of your home. We make it easy for you to make payments on your projects in a variety of ways, including:

  • You can receive loans of all different sizes to fit your scope
  • Affordable monthly payment options
  • Funding within 1-3 days
  • You can prepay without penalty
  • You are able to get loans without home equity

Common Questions About Wall Stabilization


We offer a variety of options to repair your foundation depending on the failure that has occurred. One of our Liftech professionals will discuss the different options with you at the time of your estimate, once they have had the chance to assess the problems you are experiencing. These repairs may include helical piers, push piers, wall anchors, power braces, epoxy injections, and other methods prescribed by our staff and approved by a licensed structural engineer. The method by which we repair your home depends greatly on its construction, underlying soil conditions, and the nature of the failure. Rest assured, we will only make recommendations as to the type of repair and the method used, and ultimately a structural engineer approves or modifies those final plans.


We want to make this process as seamless as possible, which is why we accept all forms of payment. For smaller projects, we don’t receive payment until we have completed the repair and you are satisfied with our work. For larger projects, we may require a maximum deposit of 35% to order the materials needed to complete the job. Then, the final payment is received when we complete the project. Keep in mind, we offer financing options for qualifying customers!


While keeping in mind that every project is different depending on the nature of the problem, we generally are able to complete a wall stabilization project within a few days with minimal disturbance to your home. Once we come onsite for your estimate, we can provide you with a more specific timeline for your project.

If you have additional questions, feel free to check out other commonly asked questions by clicking on the button below. If you don’t see your question answered, feel free to give us a call. We’re here to help!


Yes, provided there is enough room to excavate the exterior

If you have additional questions, feel free to check out other commonly asked questions by clicking on the button below. If you don’t see your question answered, feel free to give us a call. We’re here to help!