Foundation problems don’t go away, they just get more expensive to repair the longer they exist. That is why our experts use their many years of expertise to properly evaluate your foundation issues and offer effective foundation repairs.
What causes cracks in a house’s foundation?
A variety of things can cause your home’s foundation to crack. Changes in the weather, inadequate drainage, natural disasters, poor construction, and loose, overly dry, or wet soil are all things that can damage foundations.
How do I know if my home has a foundation crack?
If you see any of these in your home, then your home might have a crack in its foundation:
- Cracks in the drywall
- Bowing walls
- Sloping floors
- Uneven door and windows
- Cracks in ceramic tile, concrete, or brickwork
If I have one or more of these problems, what should I do next?
Check all 90-degree corners in your house – where most cracks begin. If you find a crack, grab a ruler and measure. If the crack widens at one end, you should probably call a professional, like us, to perform the foundation repairs.
From injecting foundation cracks to honeycombed walls using urethane and epoxy, our foundation repairs will completely seal cracks and stop water seepage and insects from invading your home. If you see cracks in your walls, uneven door and window frames, cracks in your foundation or basement bricks or concrete, give us a call before it gets worse. Free inspections and estimates for customers in Georgia, South Carolina, and Western North Carolina – schedule an appointment here.
Waterproofing • Encapsulation • Foundation Repair • Concrete Services • Mold Remediation
Please contact us to set an appointment.
Atlanta, GA Office:
2625 Piedmont Dr, Ste. 56-185
Atlanta, GA 30324
Greenville, SC Office:
242 Horseshoe Bend Dr
Westminster, SC 29693
Phone: (800) 701-9828