Water seepage can wreck havoc on your home’s foundation- but it can be prevented.
Last year’s winter storm took us all by surprise. Make sure your home is ready for whatever winter throws at us this year!
Foundation damage isn’t always apparent. Sometimes, foundation problems go unnoticed for a long time, which means they could lead to major structural damage within a home.
Have you recently noticed any changes in your foundation? In that case, they could have been caused by the normal settling process or specific foundation problems.
Ensuring your foundation is safe starts with the soil that supports it. Find out more in our latest blog post.
Having a high clay content, Houston’s soil is extremely vulnerable to seasonal fluctuations, which cause it to significantly expand during the winter and shrink just as much in the summer.
Excess water isn’t the only factor that can cause foundation issues. Dry weather can also lead to a variety of problems for your home’s foundation.
Lifting your Houston home above the minimum BFE can help you save a lot of money on insurance as well as maintenance and repairs.
If you’ve recently noticed cracks in your drywall, you probably ask yourself whether they’re dangerous or not.