Why you should repair your foundation
While fixing up your foundation may seem like something that only happens in rare circumstances, it is actually a part of your home that you should not ignore for maintenance and care. The foundation of many homes have probably not been checked or improved in many years and may result in them having expensive damage. You will want to catch whatever damages there may be and get them treated before the expenses start to rack up and negatively impact the value of your home.
How to spot warning signs of a foundation problem
If you are inexperienced in looking at foundation issues, do not worry as they are fairly easy to catch before it gets too bad. We suggest checking these three things to see if you may have a damaged foundation in your home:
- Leaks from your foundation in the basement or any room below ground level
- Cracks that run along your foundation (either outside or inside)
- Walls inside your basement that seem to be protruding outwards and not fully in place
If you happen to notice any of these warning signs along your foundation, call Waterproofing One today and schedule a time for one of our highly-trained specialists to come and inspect your foundation for you. We will work hand-in-hand with you to ensure you know exactly what the issue is and how we will go about resolving it.