The foundation is the base of your home or business. If it’s not strong, safe, stable, and in good shape, it can cause a lot of serious problems and expensive damage. It is important to ensure that your location has superb structural strength so that you don’t have to deal with the issues that come with foundation failure. You must understand what warning signs to look out for which could indicate that you have a foundation problem on your hands. Read the list below to see what you need to be on the look out for.
Common Issues Caused By Foundation Failure
- Wall and floor cracks
- leaning chimney
- Windows and doors that stick or are misaligned
- sloping floors
- moisture in your crawlspace
- gaps around doors and windows
- trim or molding misaligned
- bowing or leaning walls
- mortar and brick cracks
- stairs or steps pulling away from foundation
If you notice any of the above warning signs of a structural problem, you need to get in touch with Level It as soon as possible for an inspection and consultation. We have many years of experience working in the business, and we will be able to provide you with the perfect solution to your building’s unique problem. We know what works and what doesn’t in terms of repair products and techniques, and we will never steer you in the wrong direction when it comes to finding a solution to your sinking home, bowing walls, wall cracks, and so on.
Quality Foundation Repair You Can Rely On
Our team of trained professionals have helped countless home and business owners in the region with their structural problems. We make use of Stabil-Loc products, and this is one of the best underpinning and piering product manufactures in the industry. We have seen it all when it comes to problems with a foundation, and we will be able to properly take care of the situation so that you can have a strong, stable, and secure base to your home or business once again. We can install helical piers, push piers, helical tiebacks, wall anchors, and more.
We have structural engineers on staff who will be able to address any questions or concerns that you may have along the way while the repair work is going on at your home or business.