The landscape of your property and the environment around it play an important role in the health conditions of your building structure and the overall health of your foundation. There are many factors that are responsible for causing structural damage on a building. For example, the humidity and the water index of the soils beneath effect the homes when the soils contract or expand. Depending on the soils water content the response of the soils will immediately be to expand with excess hydrogen particles from water, or to contract and shrink when the aggregate soil lacks hydration. Having control of the moisture levels in the soils beneath your structure seems like an impossible task.
Having proper ways to drain water from your property is crucial. Not only does a drainage system help keep water away from a foundation, but they also prevent water damage by intercepting excess water and can help control water content surrounding your home.
For more information homeowners and commercial property owners are welcome to call our office, and ask any questions that may be of their concern.
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