Before and after. This concept is an important one. Whether we’re talking about a lifestyle change, an infomercial, or anything else. Understanding what happens after an action is taken is crucial for knowing how well that change worked. This is especially true when it comes to foundation repair. Restoring and maintaining the health, safety, and value of your home is the primary goal of foundation repair. If you’ve noticed any of these signs, it may be time to have your foundation inspected and repaired.
- Cracks in your flooring
- Cracks in you walls
- Doors or windows that are out of alignment
- Moisture in your crawlspace
- Doors that won’t stay opened or closed
The sooner you take action after observing any of these issues, the better. The expansive clay-laden soil in south Louisiana can wreak havoc on a concrete or pier and beam foundation. By addressing these challenges with repair and drainage solutions, you can save a lot of time and money.
So once you determine that your home’s foundation needs to be repaired, what can you expect? When you use a repair method that addresses the challenges of our area’s unique soil, you can expect any and every issue listed above to be resolved. Furthermore, with a fully-transferrable lifetime warranty, you can have the peace of mind that your foundation is structurally sound. It’s also important to address any of the peripheral issues that may have led to or increased the damage. Drainage is a key consideration. Solving the problems that to the damage is an important part of the process.
For over 30 years, WCK Foundation Repair has been helping owners solve their foundation and drainage issues. Using the drilled pier method, and providing a fully-transferrable lifetime warranty, WCK’s work and reputation speaks for itself.