Find out how you can prepare and maintain your lawn in order to prevent foundation damage during the hottest summer months.
When thinking about what could cause foundation damage, not many stop to consider that the soil their house sits on.
Repairing your home’s foundation doesn’t have to be daunting. Find out what you need to know if our latest blog post.
The type of soil compaction your house is built on and the way it is compacted is extremely important. The foundation of your home relies on the firm support of the soil surrounding it to remain stable. Any shifting of this soil can lead to a cracking and crumbling foundation.
When your foundation is being repaired, ensuring you have the right concrete is crucial for the job to be successful.
Understanding how concrete pier spacing requirements for foundation repairs work is not as easy as one might think.
Soil subsidence represents a process through which the soil sinks gradually underneath a home, pulling the foundation down with it.
Pier and Beam foundations bring along a series of benefits for the buildings located in this area; however, they do need to be leveled at some point due to the soil in our area.
You may think the roof is the most important part of your home, but the truth is, it is your foundation.