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For many of us, our home is the largest, most important investment we will make. Foundation problems can threaten that investment by causing serious structural damage that reduces a home’s value. Poor soil conditions, excessive water, and settlement over time all cause stress on your foundation that can lead to structural failure. If you wait too long, foundation problems can turn into foundation failure. It is important to protect your home with foundation repair products to ensure the integrity of your foundation, whether it is a crawl space, slab on grade, or a basement made of poured concrete or block. Look for the following signs to see if you are experiencing foundation failure: cracked walls, ceilings or floors, bowing or leaning walls, leaning chimneys, sloping floors, garage column cracks, or doors and windows that stick. If you see these signs, contact us today. My Foundation Repairs has contractors that will provide you with a free inspection and offer the best solution for your foundation repair needs.
My Foundation Repairs contractors use only the best products for foundation repair, manufactured by Earth Contact Products (ECP). ECP is the industry leader in manufacturing foundation repair and basement waterproofing products, and provide products for commercial, residential, and industrial foundation repair, as well as basement waterproofing repair. My Foundation Repairs is here to help. Contact us today.
Finding competent and reliable foundation repair contractors is a tricky process, but your contractor is the most important part of home repair projects.READ MORE
Helical tieback anchors are designed to straighten or strengthen basement walls. They can be used to fix bowing or leaning walls. External water pressure, also known as hydrostatic pressure, places pressure on your foundation walls. As that water pressure shoves inwards, your foundation walls can bow or curve inward or start to lean or rotate. […]READ MORE
This Christmas, the gifts under your tree might not be as important as the gift under your feet. Investing in waterproofing to ensure a dry basement is one of the best, longest-lasting presents you can give your family. In the classic 12 Days of Christmas holiday song, the seventh item on the list is “7 […]READ MORE
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