Posts Tagged ‘foundation settlement’

Causes Of Foundation Problems

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012
Foundations may fail for a number of reasons as anything that will make a foundation move will cause an unfavorable effect on it. Differential settlement (instead of total settlement) and lateral pressure are the reasons why homeowners get in touch with the repair services, making these the main classifications of… Read More »

Ensuring a Stable Foundation for your Commercial Property

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
A stable foundation for your commercial property goes much further than just possessing a strong business knowledge. It is also very important that your business’s actual structure is built upon a strong foundation. Insuring the strength of your commercial property’s foundation will lay the groundwork for a quality, lasting construction… Read More »

Be a Smart Home Owner and Fix Your Foundation Walls

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012
Owning your own home comes with many responsibilities. There are many problems that can occur due to elements that are out of the homeowner’s control. Outside elements such as weather and pressure from soil or water can actually cause your home’s foundation walls to collapse. The buckling, bowing or tilting… Read More »

Foundation Water Damage: What to Do When It’s More Than Just a Basement Leak.

Monday, April 11th, 2011
Water on expanding soil caused this basement wall to bow. Bill Loden, a seasoned home inspector from Madison, AL tells Consumer Reports: “If there are 10 things that can go wrong with a house, 15 of them have to do with water.” Having dealt with water intrusion problems for the… Read More »