Have You Noticed Any of the Following Signs of

Foundation Failure in Your North or South Carolina home?

Since we inspect thousands of foundations each year, the signs of a foundation needing repair are readily apparent to us. Common symptoms of a foundation needing to be repaired can include:

Have You Noticed Any of the Following Signs of

Foundation Failure in Your North or South Carolina home?

Since we inspect thousands of foundations each year, the signs of a foundation needing repair are readily apparent to us. Common symptoms of a foundation needing to be repaired can include:

Cracks On
Exterior Brick

When you see cracking in the mortar joints of your walls, it is a sign of differential settlement. This means the soil beneath your footer is not strong enough to bear the weight of the home, and it is settling into the ground.

Problems Opening and
Closing Windows and Doors

Doors and windows that stick or are hard to open and close can be a sign the frame has become out of square.
Doors and windows that stick or are hard to open and close can be a sign the frame has become out of square.

Uneven or
Cracking Floors

Cracks in your concrete floor slab can mean foundation settlement. However, it may also be simply that the slab floor alone has settled. A slab floor will sometimes sinks independently of the foundation walls, causing damage to the floor but not necessarily the walls.

Cracks On
Exterior Brick

When you see cracking in the mortar joints of your walls, it is a sign of differential settlement. This means the soil beneath your footer is not strong enough to bear the weight of the home, and it is settling into the ground.

Problems Opening and
Closing Windows and Doors

Doors and windows that stick or are hard to open and close can be a sign the frame has become out of square.
Doors and windows that stick or are hard to open and close can be a sign the frame has become out of square.

Uneven or
Cracking Floors

Cracks in your concrete floor slab can mean foundation settlement. However, it may also be simply that the slab floor alone has settled. A slab floor will sometimes sinks independently of the foundation walls, causing damage to the floor but not necessarily the walls.

If you see any of the above – or even something suspicious that isn’t listed here – contact us today and ask for a foundation evaluation and repair estimate

If you see any of the above – or even something suspicious that isn’t listed here – contact us today and ask for a foundation evaluation and repair estimate

Utilizes our
Deep Lock

INJECTION PROCESS

TruLift Concrete Repair utilizes our Deep Lock injection process to chemically grout the soils beneath your home with extremely powerful polyurethane technologies.

Utilizes our
Deep Lock

INJECTION PROCESS

TruLift Concrete Repair utilizes our Deep Lock injection process to chemically grout the soils beneath your home with extremely powerful polyurethane technologies.

Utilizes our
Deep Lock

INJECTION PROCESS

TruLift Concrete Repair utilizes our Deep Lock injection process to chemically grout the soils beneath your home with extremely powerful polyurethane technologies.