Your home’s structural integrity depends on the strength of your foundation. It supports everything else – walls, windows, floors, doorways, roof – so when your foundation is damaged, it can cause serious problems throughout your home.
Like most things in life, your foundation is subject to environmental stress. Expanding and contracting soil, excessive moisture and inadequate drainage are some of the most common threats to your home’s foundation. Over time, environmental stressors can cause a foundation to shift, crack or settle unevenly. And homeowners often miss early warning signs of foundation damage.
Homeowners spend about $4 billion annually stabilizing faulty foundations, and those costs may increase as more homes are built in areas known for shifting soil.
Understanding risk factors and signs of foundation problems can help you protect your most valuable asset from irreversible damage.
Download the Guide to Foundation Repair to learn the most common signs of foundation damage, methods of repair and associated costs, as well as how to choose the right person to repair your foundation
Inside you'll find tips on:
How to Look for Signs of Foundation Problems
The Essential Homeowner's Checklist for Foundation Repair (Interior & Exterior)
Different Types of Foundation Problems
Learn What Causes Foundation Problems
How Expansive Clay Soils Affect Home's in Your Area
A Complete List of Foundation Repair and Waterproofing Methods
How to Select a Foundation Repair Contractor
The Cost of Foundation Repair
And much more!