15 Money-Saving Tips for your Foundation Repair
Protect Your Home, Add Value and Prevent Damage with these 15 Foundation Repair Tips
$12.5 Billion Dollars a Year – That’s how much a study of failed foundations (ADSC 2000) estimated the cost of repair to American consumers annually. The most common cause? Poor maintenance.
In order for a house to function as intended and provide safe, dry shelter for you and your family, there is a need for some preventative maintenance to reduce movement of the home. By regularly making foundation maintenance a part of your homeowner routine, you stand to save yourself tens of thousands of dollars in repair.
Download Our Foundation Repair Guide
Let this Foundation Repair Guide show you the 15 common foundation problem areas that plague many homeowners. You’ll learn what to look for and the steps you can take to minimize stress on your home’s foundation and the structure it supports.
Our Foundation Repair Guide will highlight:
Indoor Foundation Repair Tips For
- Catching Plumbing Leaks
- Reinforcing Steel Exposure
- Brick, Rock or Cladding Cracks
- Interior Doors
- Animal Damage
- Termite Damage
Outdoor Foundation Repair Tips for
- Slope Maintenance
- Flat Work
- Flower Beds
- Gutters and Downspouts
- Subsurface Drains
- Capillary Drains and Sump Pumps
- Irrigation and Sprinkler Systems
- Vegetation and Trees