Cracks in the walls of your foundation are one of the first signs you’ll notice when your foundation has an issue. It is important to have your foundation inspected by a foundation repair contractor to determine the underlying cause of the damage to your foundation.
Crawlspace waterproofing is the best way to keep your crawl space dry and free of termites. Use the tips above to protect your foundation and your home from a termite infestation.
Wet basements are not desirable in any home. A wet basement is an indication that water is seeping through the foundation of your home. This can cause notable damage not only to the basement but also to your entire home.
Bowed basement walls may be an indication of serious foundation and basement problems, but can in some cases be difficult to detect.
Do you plan to sell your home in the future? You may be thinking of home improvement projects that can help to increase the value of your home. Hopefully, basement waterproofing will have made it on your list.
Do you own a home? You should know that your house is only as good as its foundation. A weak foundation can spell disaster for your home. Your foundation should therefore be one of your top priorities.
The top 10 reasons why you should choose Accurate Basement Repair for your foundation restoration and waterproofing needs: In Southeast Wisconsin, we have the only Nationally Certified Structural Repair Specialist on staff and two Nationally Certified Waterproofing Specialists on staff.
A foundation inspection is an important step to take in maintaining the structural integrity of your house. Inspection by a professional foundation repair contractor will help to identify problems early.
If you are building a new house or remodeling your old house, you need to consider installing one or more egress windows in the basement or other areas where windows are necessary.