Ultimate Guide to Your Kansas City Home’s Strong Foundation
Something as small as doors and windows that won’t open can be a sign that your Kansas City Area home is experiencing foundational damage. You need to be able to know how to spot the damage so you can correct it early and protect one of the biggest investments you’ve made, your home.
The key to an effective foundation repair is to know where the damage is coming from and why. At KC Waterproofing we make that the foundation of our service so we can ensure we repair the damage right the first time.
Let this Ultimate Guide to Your Home’s Strong Foundation help you protect your home and your investment, spot the damage before it gets more serious and educate you on the options you have when it comes to repair.
And then learn about KC Waterproofing’s approach to Foundation Repair of your Kansas City metro area home and how we can help you today.
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Signs of a Damaged Foundation
Sometimes it can be hard to detect foundation repair. In our busy lives, it’s not something you go searching out. And undetected foundation damage can just continue to get worse without any attention. Let this list of articles help you determine if you have an issue you should have a professional look at.
- Common Winter Foundation Problems: Sticking Doors
- Are your foundation walls damaged?
- Sagging Floors Inside Your Home
- 9 Ways To Spot Serious Home Foundation Problems
- A Closer Look at 3 Types of Foundation Cracks
- What Your Brick Walls Say About Your Foundation
- Kansas City Real Estate – Foundation Issues
- 4 Red Flags That Your Home Might Need Foundation Repair
- What Do Different Types of Foundation Cracks Mean
- Frost Heave and Your Foundation
- Flooded Basement? Check Your Foundation.
Foundation Repair Methods
The best way to start with a foundation repair is to uncover the root of the foundation problem. At KC Waterproofing we take the time to dig into why your foundation is experiencing problems or damage, then we apply the foundation repair method that is best suited to fix your damage. Learn more about the different methods available to you.
Benefits of a Strong Foundation
With everything you need to take care of, we want you to know that spending time keeping your home’s foundation strong is not a wasted effort. Your investment and the health of you and your loved ones is worth the effort. Learn more about the benefits of keeping your home or commercial property’s foundation in top shape.
- Do you really need to fix your foundation?
- Your Foundation and Your Health
- Rising Heating Costs – Your Foundation May Be To Blame
- Foundation’s Effect on Home Value
- Why your foundation is so important – Coming soon
Keeping your Foundation Healthy
The first line of Foundation Health defense is an offense. Let this set of articles help you stay on top of keeping your Kansas City’s home’s foundation strong by focusing on knowledge and maintenance.
Basement Waterproofing Case Studies
Helical Tie Back Being installed through a residential foundation wall. Hydraulic drive head. Workers adjusting the hydraulics’ to continue driving the Helical Tie Back in the Ground. Average Depth is 15-20 ft. Helical Tie Back Load Bearing Plate. This is placed on...
Here is a piercing job completed by Keith's crew in Lees Summit, MO. In this job, Keith and his crew worked to resolve a foundation repair issue with previously installed piers. The piers weren’t making sure the house was lifted and level, and that’s very important to...
In this job study, we are going to Olathe, KS with Fernando’s crew. This was a fairly big job, and it had a few different pieces. The homeowner, Robert, purchased the home knowing that some previous work had been done to it. They had plate anchors installed...
In this job in Mission, KS, Keith’s crew worked on a basement waterproofing dilemma. Basement waterproofing can cause issues with the foundation and it’s important to take care of them as soon as possible to avoid big future expenses. Once the crew arrived, they spoke...