Accurate Basement Repair

How to Install Glass Block Windows New Brunswick, WI

By |2020-06-10T13:24:15-05:00February 24th, 2020|Windows|

What Are Glass Block Windows? As the name implies, glass block windows are transparent squares that combine to form a whole window. The glass block is really just clear rock, pure silica; each one is either 7.75x7.75 inches or 5.75x5.75 inches and can weigh between 3 to 4 pounds. That weight is an important factor

How Much Value Does an Egress Window Add? Wauwatosa, WI

By |2020-02-26T14:30:57-06:00January 17th, 2020|Windows|

If you are thinking about making your basement into living space, you should also be thinking about egress window installation. An egress window is simply a window big enough to serve as an exit in case of an emergency. All bedrooms must have egress windows, so if you are planning a bedroom in the basement,

How to Repair a Foundation: The Crack-Injection Method West Allis, WI

By |2020-02-26T14:31:13-06:00December 18th, 2019|Cracks, Foundation, Uncategorized|

When you start to see cracks in your foundation walls, you might be concerned that your whole house is at risk, and that you’re looking at major money to fix it. Those fears may be groundless on both counts. If you have a poured concrete foundation (the most common one in the Milwaukee area), you’d

Basement Underpinning: A Look into Strengthening a Foundation Milwaukee, WI

By |2020-02-26T14:31:32-06:00November 4th, 2019|Basement repair, Foundation|

The foundation of your house needs to be secure; it’s the basis for every other component of your home. Usually, you would be considering foundation repair when there are visible signs that your basement is damaged. However, if you are going to undertake renovations that involve adding a story (or more) to your home, you

Is My House Sinking or Settling? 4 Signs of House Settling Waukesha, WI

By |2020-02-26T14:33:12-06:00October 9th, 2019|Basement repair, Cracks, Excavation, Foundation|

A home’s foundation bears the weight of the entire home and must be in great shape to hold up for years in the often wet Milwaukee weather. While some home settling is normal, especially in the first three years of a home’s life, settling should cause little more than a few minor cosmetic problems. Of