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Foundation problems are often the result of a variety of changes that can occur in soils surrounding your home. Unfortunately, these problems only get worse with time, often leading to door and window issues, water intrusion, safety hazards and more.
In some extreme cases, homeowners have waited so long to fix the problem that entire basement walls have collapsed, resuling in an unlivable home that is very expensive to repair.
Why the urgency?
In a recent study, Consumer Reports found 15% of new homes had serious foundation problems.
Foundation problems never get better with time - only worse. And as it does, the cost to repair the damage increases. Your home should be a safe place you can enjoy, not one where constant worry and concern overtake your peace of mind.
The constant cycle of wet and dry seasons indicate that movement of your foundation walls may never be "over." The only way to know foundation movement is done is to fix the problem permanently. The value of your home and the value of your peace of mind are worth it.
Once the forces of nature take hold beneath your floor, the situation will continue to get worse. Tripping hazards and bouncy, soft floor systems become more significant, and therefore more expensive to repair, the longer the problem goes untreated.
As a concrete slab cracks, sinks, and settles, dangerous trip hazards form around your living space. The longer you wait to fix it, the worse it becomes. Proactive measures can be taken now to reverse these damages, returning safety and peace of mind to you and your family.
Why should I
fix my foundation?
Without a proper solution, foundations can eventually collapse and other serious safety hazards happen.
Peace of Mind
Finding a permanent solution to your foundation problem is the surest way to get on with your life, and check a major concern off your list.
Return on Investment
Fixing your foundation problem before the realtor or buyer does not only mean making more money on the sale, it means enjoying your home more in the meantime.