While foundation repair should always be performed by a professional to ensure that your home is safe and up to code, there are ways to monitor foundation cracks and see if your foundation is moving by yourself. All you will need is a pencil, ruler, some tape, and patience. First, let’s talk about some of […]Read More
If there’s one thing you don’t want to wait on fixing, it’s problems with your foundation. These problems are not a small issue that will go away or get better with time. Eventually, foundation problems can amount to a lot of time and money down the drain due to unsafe and unstable conditions to support […]Read More
We’ve been pretty spoiled this year with mild temperatures, but we all know that winter is just around the corner. Now is the time to make sure your North Carolina home is ready and your foundation is prepared for the winter freeze.
North Carolina has a wide variety of climates depending on where you live, […]
Take a deep breath. Does your air smell musty? Did you know that 40-50% of the air you breathe in your home comes from your crawl space? If your crawl space is damp, your home’s air will be stale and probably full of mold spores. A wet crawl space can also attract pests ranging from […]Read More
When you are looking into foundation repairs, you may be overwhelmed with a lot of terms or products that you are not familiar with. One of the first things you need to do before hiring a foundation repair company is to arm yourself with knowledge. The more you know, the better equipped you will be […]Read More
In like a lion, out like a lamb? Or is it the other way around? Either way, your Carolina home is in for some severe Spring weather. This area is known for having some wild weather, but there are several ways you can prepare your foundation for the upcoming rains.
There are many ways […]
As the temperature drops, it becomes more and more important for homeowners to be aware of the possibility of cold-weather foundation problems. Wintertime in the Carolinas often consists of widely varied day-to-day temperatures and mixed precipitation (rain, snow, sleet, etc). The variation in temperatures and moisture content of the soil can result in a few […]Read More