Category: Foundation Repair

Home Maintenance Tip: Solve Poor Yard Drainage Issues
Posted on February 12, 2016

If your back yard looks like you have a lake front lot after a rain storm, then you’ve got drainage problems. Poor yard drainage can cause a variety of problems including foundation cracks, rotted siding, rot to wood structural components, mold in crawl spaces or in basements, erosion and migrating soil and mulch. How does

Foundations Hold Up Your Home – Insure Them Against Floods
Posted on March 20, 2015

Many people underestimate the importance of their homes foundations. They certainly don’t stop to consider what would happen if the foundations were to be damaged by flood waters. Foundations – The Backbone of Your Home Imagine trying to function as a human being without a working backbone. This vital part of the anatomy is responsible

How Trees Can Harm the Foundation of Your House
Posted on April 25, 2014

Landscaping that includes trees and shrubs can certainly add to the beauty of a home. But, builders don’t usually put much thought into the type or the location of trees or shrubs they plant around a house. Typically, trees and shrubs are planted too close to the house. When the house is new, the plants

Home Maintenance Tip: Too Much Mulch Can Harm Your Foundation
Posted on April 03, 2014

  Mulch is a great way to keep moisture in the soil, moderate soil temperatures and keep weeds from getting out of control. Mulch can also prevent erosion of the topsoil allowing rainwater to enter the surrounding soil. But problems can occur when too much mulch is used. It’s not helpful for your plants and

Foundation Issues Found When Renovating a House
Posted on January 28, 2014

When you are renovating a house, the foundation might be at the bottom of your list. A foundation that needs repair can lead to cracked walls, uneven doors, and problems throughout the interior of the entire house. By just patching over foundation problems now and not addressing the underlying problems, you may end up spending

Foundation Problems with a New Construction House
Posted on January 21, 2014

A new construction home can be an exciting time when move-in day arrives.  It’s clean and new and you are proud to call it your home.  After a while a few cracks become noticeable; a stair-step crack that breaks a brick, block or solid concrete, horizontal cracks, wide cracks (the thickness of your fingernail or

Leaning Chimney Can Cause a Problem for Santa
Posted on November 29, 2013
Slab Foundation Problems in Raleigh NC
Posted on November 04, 2013

Many people choose not to do anything for slab foundation repair even if the damage becomes increasingly noticeable. The most common reason for that is because they are worried about the cost. Ignoring a slab foundation problem will only make things worse over time. Preventive measures can be very helpful. Using gutters that channel water

Fall Home Maintenance Tips to Protect Your Home’s Foundation
Posted on October 22, 2013

Fall is the time of year to inspect and repair damage to your home before the winter is upon you. Labor Day is the unofficial sign that summer is over.  In North Carolina, we will get many more hot days along with some chilly nights but it’s a great time to take a look at

How a Coin Can Determine if Foundation Repair is Needed
Posted on October 08, 2013

Cracks in the foundation of their home may be a cause for concern to homeowners, especially when it comes to costly repairs or having to vacate the place because of them. But how to know whether your foundation problem is something you should worry about now, or you just have to keep an eye on

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