There are many kinds of foundation damage - from little cracks on the concrete wall to complete bowing of a wall. When this happens, an immediate fix should be done to prevent further structural damage to the foundation of your building. By fixing any foundation damages as soon as you see them, you will avoid any more damage that they may cause.
What to look for
Bowing and cracking are obvious signs of a structural problem and it may worsen over time when it goes unfixed. Basically, the longer you take to fix them, the more expensive the repair will be. When a concrete foundation gets damaged, it will cause problems in all the building.
The windows and doors become hard to operate, as they will be dealing with additional pressure from the damaged concrete. The building walls can crack, the floor may bow when you don't fix the problem right away. Fixing the foundation problem as soon as they arise will save you money down the line. It will also minimize the extent of the damage from the concrete problem.
We are here to help with your concrete needs
We provide quality concrete work and limit the amount of unnecessary work other contractors may try and charge you for. It is obviously hard to do the repair yourself, so finding the right concrete company who has worked on this field for a long time is important.
We can also spot small problems other companies miss, and with the proper craftsmanship, we can make foundation and concrete repairs in no time.
Be careful of companies that just quick fix your problem with filling cement or patching cracks, sure they will take care of the cosmetic repair, but they don't necessarily fix the entire problem.
Doing these kinds of repairs only provide a temporary fix. Sooner or later, you will have to do a more permanent restoration. It is better to get the foundation fixed immediately instead of waiting for the damage to worsen over time.
We provide a free, no obligation inspection of your concrete foundation, retaining walls and other areas of your home. Just call us now at 215-342-0397 or email us by clicking here for more information.