Tag Archives: Foundation Problems

Where Does Crawl Space Moisture Come From?

Posted February 4, 2020 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair, Foundation Repair

Crawl space moisture typically comes from three different sources: 1. The Earth- The Earth constantly releases moisture into the air which results in higher relative humidity. This is why, at a minimum, you should have a 6-mil or 12-mil poly vapor barrier covering 100% of the ground. This can prevent the need for remedial measures […]

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Comparing Different Types of Foundation Repair

Posted September 17, 2019 No comments |Foundation Repair

Foundation is an integral component of the house and burdens the weight of the entire structure. Damages to the foundation can cause a depreciation in the value of the property and also expose it to the dangers of failure. There are numerous ways in which foundation damages could be repaired to restore the structure of […]

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10 Signs of Foundation Problems and How to Fix them

Posted August 15, 2019 Comments are off |Foundation Repair

A house is the biggest investment a person makes during their lifetime. Also, your house is your safe haven and a treasured place where you weave thousands of memories with your family. If you have already made the investment of money and time in buying a house, it is advisable that you take good care […]

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Don’t Settle For Foundation Cracks

Posted April 11, 2017 Comments are off |Foundation Repair

Signs of foundation cracks in your home can be very unnerving. The fear of what prolonged damage has been done as well as what costs will be involved with correcting any foundation problems can make way for stress and budget concerns to arise. Maybe your home has uneven floors, or you experience sticking windows and […]

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Where Does Crawl Space Moisture Come From?

Posted June 10, 2015 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair, Foundation Repair

Crawl space moisture typically comes from three different sources: 1. The Earth- The Earth constantly releases moisture into the air which results in higher relative humidity. This is why, at a minimum, you should have a 6-mil or 12-mil poly vapor barrier covering 100% of the ground. This can prevent the need for remedial measures […]

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