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Know the Different Kinds of Cracks In Your Walls

By Mark Jacobs on December 3, 2021

When it comes to your walls, a crack is a crack, right?

Yes and no.

Some cracks are superficial. They might be caused by simple maintenance issues that are easy to fix. In some cases, you can be doing everything right and still get one of these cracks. There’s no reason to worry about them, but you might want to get them fixed for aesthetic reasons.

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Is Your Home Ready For a Houston Winter

By Mark Jacobs on November 30, 2021

Bloomberg didn’t mince words when it declared, “Texas isn’t ready for another deep freeze.”

On top of all the other confusion 2020 brought to the Lone Star State and the world, the effects of the February, 2021 deep freeze are still being felt. During the freeze, millions of people were left without power. Natural gas wells were frozen, preventing any relief.

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Protect What's Yours - Foundation Repair

By Jon on November 22, 2021

If you suspect you might have a problem with your home’s foundation, it’s crucial to get it checked out right away. Foundation repair can be highly affordable and quicker than you might think – but if the issue is allowed to worsen for months or even years, it can get complicated.

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How Drainage Affects your Foundation

By Mark Jacobs on November 18, 2021

It’s no surprise to hear that your foundation is one of the most important parts of your home. The goal of the foundation is to support and distribute the weight of a house. The average house weighs somewhere between 80,000 and 160,000 pounds – that is, up to 80 tons.

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Do You Need Your Foundation Repaired

By Mark Jacobs on November 9, 2021

Whether you have recently bought a new home or are looking to improve the home you have, it is important to ask yourself if your home may need its foundation repaired. The foundation of your home is undeniably the most important part of your home. The foundation of your home provides all the support for your home, and without it your home would be unlevel and begin to sink into the ground. Here is more about your foundation, and questions to ask yourself when trying to decide if you need a new foundation.

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Foundation Problems You Can’t See

By Jon on October 28, 2021

A deep, wide crack in your foundation or a puddle of water in your crawl space or near your home are two visible signs of foundation problems. However, 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.

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Enclose Your Crawl Space before You Get Unwanted Guests

By Jon on October 20, 2021

A crawl space provides a cost-effective and convenient way to house heating and cooling units, ductwork, electrical wiring, and plumbing. Having all these located in your crawl space makes maintenance and repairs easier. Additionally, a crawl space improves air circulation underneath your house, which could help prevent water damage in your home.

Topics: Crawl Space
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Signs Your Home Was Affected by the Storm

By Jon on October 13, 2021

Typically characterized by high wind speeds and torrential rains that could produce flooding, storms often exert enormous pressure on the exterior surfaces of the structures in their path. On the other hand, the doors, windows, and roofs are the most vulnerable components of a home. If they’re compromised during a storm, wind and water could enter the home and cause catastrophic damage.

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Bumps in the Night

By Mark Jacobs on October 6, 2021

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. Because sometimes it’s easy to confuse normal settling, which is also called uniform settlement, with foundation failure, we wrote this blog post to explain the most important differences between the two. After all, being able to recognize the early signs of foundation failure is key to avoiding expensive home repairs.

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Protect Your Waterfront Home

By Mark Jacobs on September 30, 2021

Buying a home with stunning views of the Galveston Bay or a beautiful lake is a dream for many people who live in Houston or surrounding areas. Not only is living near the water a fun, relaxing, and uplifting experience; waterfront properties are also wise investments, as they tend to appreciate more than inland properties.

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