Do you think something could be wrong with your foundation? Take a walk around the perimeter of your home. Do you see numerous small cracks in the foundation, or maybe even large ones? Is the concrete flaking off or crumbling in certain places? Does one area look different than others? As homes age, some homeowners resort to patching, installing skim coats or large coats, and other foundation coatings that may hide red flags that were visible in the past.
Cracked Basement Walls?
Learn what horizontal and vertical cracks in your basement walls mean, and how we can fix them.
Cracks appearing in your walls are one of the most common signs of foundation instability.
Cracked Concrete Floors?
Cracked concrete floors indicate house settling problems which can damage your home's foundation.
Cracked Foundation Bricks?
Foundation bricks can crack horizontally, vertically, or in a stair-step pattern. We'll show you how we can fix it.
Cracked Chimney Bricks?
Noticing cracks in your chimney or your chimney leaning away from your home?
Cracked Cosmetic Problems?
Cracked bricks are more than just an eyesore -- they could be a sign of foundation problems.
Is the ground sinking underneath or around your home? This could be a sign of a serious foundation problem.
Sloping & Uneven Floors?
Uneven, bowing or sagging floors? The cause could be settling support columns or sagging floor joists.
Gaps In Floor?
Sagging floor joists and settling foundations are common culprits. You may also notice squeaking and uneven floors.
Stuck Windows & Doors?
Stuck doors and/or windows are indicative of foundation problems. But you don't have to live with it! We can fix it.
Bowed or Buckling Walls?
Too much pressure against your basement walls can cause them to bow. This could be serious if not remedied.
Basement Flood Vents?
Storms and floodwaters can put extreme pressure on your foundation and cause major structural issues.
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