Foundation Repair in Arrington
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. Also, wall and floor cracks could also form in your basement. Choose to ignore them and they will likely start to leak.
Many homeowners call us and want to know about the warning signs of a foundation problem. Take a look at the list below to see what some of the signs are:
- Windows and doors don't open or close like they used to
- Wall and floor cracks form in the basement of the home
- Cracks form along window and door frames
- Bowing walls appear in the basement
- Leaks start coming in through the cove joint (where the basement floor meets the wall)
- Noticeable sinking begins on one or more sides of the home
- Basement floor feels sloped in certain spots
Foundation Crack Repair
Floor and wall cracks can develop in various sizes, short and long, and in a few different patterns. They can be vertical, horizontal, or even in a stair-step pattern. Our team will fill the cracks with a special epoxy material. The process begins with us wiping off the surface of the crack so that dirt and debris doesn't get inside, and then we will fill it from the dirt to the surface with epoxy. This technique is very useful and effective. It will seal the crack and stop water from ever getting into your home. It can be painted over.
Seal-Tite Basement Waterproofing Co has over 40 years of experience in the business, so you can rest easy knowing that your home is in good hands with us. There is no problem too big or complex for our specialists to handle. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and a Class A Contractor's License. Our company is licensed and insured in your area, as well. Contact us today to learn more and to get a free estimate.