Foundation Repair in Allisonia, Virginia
Structural problems with your home aren't things that you should ignore. Whenever you notice a problem, you need to contact a foundation specialist immediately so that they can pinpoint the cause of the problem and get it fixed for you. Regardless of how old or new your home may be, it can still have structural problems because of concrete shrinkage or from the soil shifting around the foundation. This can lead to settlement problems or bowing walls. What's more is that wall or floor cracks could form below your home. Choose to ignore them and they will likely start to leak.
- Windows and doors don't open or close like they used to
- Wall and floor cracks show up in the basement of the home
- Cracks form along window and door frames
- Leaning walls appear in the basement
- Leaks start coming in through the cove joint (where the basement floor meets the wall)
- Noticeable settlement begins on one or more sides of the home
- Basement floor feels unlevel in certain spots
Foundation Crack Repair
Cracks on the walls and floors can appear in a variety of sizes and patterns. They are often developed in stair-step, vertical, or horizontal patterns. Our team will fill the cracks with a special epoxy material. We will clean the surface of the crack, and then fill it up from the soil to the surface. This technique is very useful and effective. It will permanently seal the crack and prevent water from seeping inside. It can be painted over.
Seal-Tite Basement Waterproofing Co has been doing work in the industry since 1972, so you can rest assured knowing that your foundation is in capable, experienced hands with us. We have seen it all when it comes to structural issues, and we guarantee that we will easily be able to determine the problem with your home and get it fixed fast. We are proud to say that we have a Class A Contractor's License, and we are in good standing with the BBB - we have an A+ rating, in fact. Our company is licensed and insured in your area, as well. Call us today to schedule an appointment for a consultation.