A failing foundation is a serious matter for any home owner. Over time, advancing damage to your home’s foundation can cause serious issues throughout your home, resulting in a loss of value and even significant safety concerns.
One thing is certain, when foundation damage begins, it gets worse over time. That means the cost of repair can skyrocket in time.
There are certain signs that any homeowner can recognize. When you see them, it’s time to call in a professional for evaluation.
In some cases, a settling foundation can cause severe damage, including wide cracks through brickwork and concrete.
In addition to causing structural damage, a failing foundation is a primary source of basement leaks. It can pave the way for bugs, rodents, and mold.
The best approach for repairing a foundation depends on the type and severity of damage. A foundation repair professional from D-Bug Waterproofing can evaluate the problems your home is facing and recommend one or more procedures for stabilizing your foundation.
How do you know which method is right for your home? That depends on the nature and the extent of the damage caused by your settling foundation. It’s best to have a professional from D-Bug Waterproofing examine your foundation to determine if improper drainage, bad landscaping, or even mine settlement might be at fault.
One thing is clear, calling in the experts as soon as possible is the best way to save money and prevent advancing damage to your home.
D-Bug Waterproofing’s expert team can handle foundation repairs in any season. Call us today at 1-855-381-1528 to learn more.
Waiting for spring or summer means the heavier rain of the warmer months will find its way into your basement with ease. Frost heaves in the coldest months can quickly expand cracks and destabilize existing wall damage.
It’s also more difficult to schedule the help you need once spring arrives. Waterproofers and contractors are typically in heavy demand once the weather turns nice. Don’t wait, call on D-Bug Waterproofing today.
Our services are reliable and affordable, and we’ve been family owned for nearly 80 years.
Call us at 1-855-381-1528 or visit our Contact Us page today to learn more about protecting your home from advancing foundation damage this winter.