It’s starting to get chilly, and we’re spending more time indoors. Have you noticed sticking doors in your home? Find out how they’re caused and solutions to the problem.
During cold winter weather, the soil beneath your home expands and contracts. And when water and moisture penetrate the soil, this shifting can result in foundation damage.
Flooded basement? Check Your Foundation! Your foundation repair issues may be the cause of your waterproofing problems.
When you think of retaining walls, you probably think of the tilting walls next to the sidewalk that make it hard to walk past. These retaining walls are failing, but in most cases, they are placed to hold back the soil on hills or sides of houses.
If you’re having trouble with an unstable foundation, it’s time to take control of the situation and get foundation underpinning.
Sidewalks and driveways will buckle and cause raised edges that become a trip hazard over time. If this is taking place on your driveway, it can make it harder to shovel and an uneven ride for anyone pulling in. Mudjacking is an easy solution.
Because basements are underground, they are especially susceptible to water. There are countless ways water can get into your home and leak into your basement. Even small cracks and leaks can lead to structural damage and moisture problems. It’s not always easy to...
Your foundation is the base of your entire property and keeps it from sinking into the ground. But extreme weather and soil conditions can cause the soil underneath your foundation to expand and shrink.