Types of Foundation Crack Repairs Used by Reputable Contractors

Reputable contractors have several repair options that they will suggest or recommend to you depending on how serious your situation is and what specific circumstances are involved with your foundation crack repairs.

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 in Blog
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Basic Methods of Foundation Waterproofing

The foundation of your home is its structure and what determines the strength of your home. Whether you are building a home or have an existing home that is not waterproofed, it is important to understand the basic methods of foundation waterproofing for both the interior and exterior of your home.   The exterior of [...]

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 in Advice, Blog
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5 Reasons You Should Stay Away from DIY Basement Waterproofing

If you Google “DIY basement waterproofing,” you will find a healthy handful of articles and blogs trying to convince you that you can easily tackle this common home improvement need. Avert your eyes. There at least a hundred good reasons why you should hire a professional waterproofing companies, but we only have space for five. [...]

Thursday, October 31st, 2013 in Blog
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Foundation Crack Repair in Toronto

Cracks in your foundation are often the first sign of a potentially very big problem for your home. These cracks can indicate shifts that may lead to damage in the structure of your home. They can also allow water to get in your home and create more damage. When you notice any creaks in your [...]

Friday, October 18th, 2013 in Blog
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Do You Need Structural Repair Toronto?

If a crack in the foundation is left for long periods of time, the cost of the repair on the other end can be extremely high. It may require digging up the entire foundation and re-pouring hundreds of pounds worth of concrete. A small crack, caught early on requires much less. Usually the repair can be done with a small hole and a concrete-patch solution. All homeowners, and especially those who experience vast temperature differentials, should do routine visual inspections of their foundations. Doing so can save them time, a large amount of money, and a sizeable headache.

Friday, June 7th, 2013 in Blog
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