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cracks in dirt

Nothing impacts a foundation more than the soil that surrounds it. In the Kansas City area, clay is the most common makeup of the soil. Clay is very susceptible to moisture content. In drought soil conditions, clay will dry out and shrink, letting the foundation sink. Conversely, if there are periods of heavy rains or…

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leaning post in basement

Do you have a leaning post in your basement? Leaning posts in the basement can cause serious issues throughout the home. Sagging or uneven floors, cracks, water damage, and pest infestations are just a few problems that can come from leaning support posts. Results of a Leaning Post in a Basement: When a load bearing…

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polyurethane for concrete leveling

There are numerous reasons to choose polyurethane for concrete leveling: Number 1: Polyurethane is Cost Effective. Don’t tear out your concrete, repair it. High-density polyurethane foam can lift, level, and stabilize driveways, sidewalks, and more. Use polyurethane for concrete leveling and lifting! Number 2: Polyurethane Cures Quickly. You can be driving on your driveway or walking…

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don't wait to repair your foundation

Out of sight, out of mind is easy when it comes to foundation problems. If the signs of a foundation issue are in your basement, you may not notice them regularly. Unfortunately, no one has invented a self-healing foundation. If you see a small sign of foundation damage, it won’t get better. In fact, it…

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foundation settlement

Common Signs that Your Foundation is Settling Foundation settlement can be a scary thing to face, so it is best to be prepared and know the signs so that you can look into repairs before it gets worse. Luckily, the common signs of foundation settlement are pretty easy to spot. Then all you have to…

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