Foundation cracks can happen to every home. Even the smallest cracks can let water and pests into your home. So, it is important that you get every crack evaluated. There are many different kinds of cracks that can occur in your foundation. This is why you should look into a foundation crack repair with Residential ResQ.
What causes foundation cracks? There are a number of things that can cause a foundation crack to occur. Here are just a few:
- Shrinkage cracks usually do not cause any structural damage to your home. They are caused by the concrete shrinking over time or by being overloaded with weight. However, they should still be repaired, as they can allow water or pests to enter your home.
- Trees are usually a common cause of problems with foundations. Tree trunk and root growth can push the foundation out of place, causing cracks to form over time.
- Too much or too little water can also affect your foundation. Soil that is too moist can apply large amounts of pressure against the foundation walls. Very dry conditions can cause the soil to shrink, taking support away from the foundation wall.
Foundation cracks can occur in any type of material. Whether it is concrete, mansory, foundation walls, floors, or ceilings we can solve the issue. Residential ResQ wants to make sure that we perform the best foundation crack repair possible. It is our top priority to make sure that you and your family are safe inside of your home, with a perfectly repaired foundation.
Here at Residential ResQ, our team of experts can evaluate the cracks in your foundation and determine what exactly caused those cracks to happen. Once we determine what has caused the crack, we will work with you to determine a foundation crack repair plan. We will not just apply a cosmetic fix to your foundation crack. We will make sure we fix it to the root, and solve the underlying problem.
We encourage everyone to constantly check their homes for different signs of foundation cracks. It is important to know where the problem may have started so that our team of experts can do the best evaluation possible. It is our main goal to fix the problem no matter how hard it may seem.
If you are unsure if you have a foundation crack or you are worried about an already existing crack, we recommend you give Residential ResQ a call at (844) 201-4166 or visit our website here. Residential ResQ will do their best on every home in Connecticut.