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Video: How to Save Your Foundation Walls When They Start to Crack

 
When the walls of your foundation start to crack, it is a warning sign that there is something seriously wrong with your home’s foundation. Usually these are caused by pressure from the soil around your home and poor drainage.

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  • Water can be very destructive to your basement and foundation if it is not properly drained when it rains or snows.

 

Waterproofing your basement, crawl space or foundation is key. But, you also have to fix the cracks int eh walls so that they do not continue to spread, causing more damage.

Once a crack starts, it has to be stopped or it will get larger and can cause the walls of your foundation to buckle under the pressure of your home combined with the pressure coming from the outside due to soil expansion and poor drainage.

 

Check out this video, it explains how we can help save your foundation walls after they crack:

Video: How to Save Your Foundation Walls When They Start to Crack

When the walls of your basement or foundation start to crack, it is a warning sign that there is something seriously wrong with your home’s foundation. Usually these are causes by pressure from the soil around your home and poor drainage.

 

  • Water can be very destructive to your basement and foundation if it is not properly drained when it rains or snows.

 

Waterproofing your basement, crawl space or foundation is key. But, you also have to fix the cracks in the walls so that they do not continue to spread, causing more damage.

Once a crack starts, it has to be stopped or it will get larger and can cause the walls of your foundation to buckle under the pressure of your home combined with the pressure coming from the outside due to soil expansion and poor drainage.

 

Check out these videos, they explains how we can help save your foundation walls after they crack:

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