The PowerBrace is secured tight against the wall and secured to the floor.
The PowerBrace I-Beam is also secured at the top to the floor joist. Here you can see the adjustable bracket.
Now that the PowerBraces have been installed, the wall is protected against further movement.
The PowerBrace's adjustable top bracket can be adjusted over time and can potentially reverse wall failure.
A Middletown, Ohio homeowner was having problems with a bowing wall in the basement. The homeowner called The Basement Doctor of Cincinnati and met with Roger, a Certified Inspector, who recommended a PowerBrace System to resolve this problem.
PowerBraces are steel I-beams that are secured tight against the wall and anchored to the floor and floor joists with brackets. The adjustable bracket allows for the PowerBraces to be tightened over time. PowerBraces immediately stop settling of the foundation wall and can even potentially straighten the wall.
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