Archive for the ‘Foundation Repair’ Category

Slabjacking May Be the Answer

Monday, March 18th, 2013
Over a period of time the concrete around your home may start to sink, tilt or settle in spots. Slab jacking is the process of pumping a mortar-based mixture under a concrete slab in order to lift it. The mortar, or “slurry,” hardens and secures the concrete slab in place.… Read More »

Timing is Essential in Foundation Repair

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
In regards to foundation problems, time is of the essence. Since foundation issues don’t usually occur overnight, homeowners should pay attention to the small things. Small things like cracks in the walls or slab or doors and windows that won’t close properly are usually a sign of something more serious.… Read More »

Foundation Failure Can Be Dangerous

Monday, February 25th, 2013
Foundation failure can be extremely dangerous if left uncorrected for too long. Unfortunately the signs of a failing foundation usually present themselves once the problem has already become serious. These signs include cracked walls, uneven floors, cracked tiles and windows or doors that do not open and close properly. If… Read More »

Working From the Bottom, Up

Monday, September 10th, 2012
In nearly every home that has been built and with every home that will be built in the future, the very first item on the “to build” list is the foundation. The concrete foundation that sits in the ground and that the whole house rests on top of, is the… Read More »

Never Settle in Your House

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012
Some easy-spot signs of house settling and foundation repairs One of the most overheard topics of conversation about a home is that, with time, a house will start to “settle.” What this really means is that a house is sinking. Sinking or “settling” homes are not something that should be… Read More »