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Leveling Concrete with Mud-Jacking in Kansas City

By |August 1st, 2017|Repair Service|

In the not so distant past, to repair uneven concrete, old pavement needed to be torn out and new concrete had to be poured. In the process, a lot of money and time were spent. Today, another option, known as mud-jacking (also known as concrete leveling, slab-jacking etc) is much less [...]

Are the Ceiling Cracks in My Home in Kansas City Caused by Foundation Damage?

By |July 17th, 2017|Repair Service|

Knowing the difference in ceiling cracks can reduce your stress and help save your home. All homes are subject to movement, this is normal. This movement can be caused by changes in the weather or by the ground settling below the home. Listed below are a few things to check to determine [...]

Stress Cracks

By |July 5th, 2017|Repair Service|

Preventative maintenance is the only way to extend the life of your home’s concrete. Such maintenance will also stop the concrete around your property from cracking. When it comes to concrete, one thing is guaranteed; concrete cracks and crack repair is a must. When assessing the concrete on your property, look for two things. [...]

Does Your Home Need It’s Foundation Repaired?

By |June 19th, 2017|Repair Service|

10518 Mersington Ave Kansas City, MO 64137 (816) 691-8770 Unfortunately and more often than not, a house will settle unevenly overtime. Seasonal changes in moisture levels and temperatures directly relate to soil expansion and contraction and are the main sources of foundation damage. Too much water causes soil to [...]

Is the Soil Around Your Foundation Properly Graded?

By |June 5th, 2017|Repair Service|

KC Foundation Repair 10518 Mersington Ave Kansas City, MO 64137 (816) 691-8770 If you’re a home owner, you should know that your house’s foundation is not completely waterproof. Water will eventually accumulate in the soil around the outside of the home and could quite possibly leak through the foundation. When [...]

Foundation Repair Costs?

By |May 24th, 2017|Repair Service|

How Much Does Foundation Repair Cost? In 2012, the United States experienced one of the worst, most prolonged droughts on record. At one point, drought conditions covered states from Delaware to California, destroying crops and causing significant foundation damage as dry soil shrank away from homes. A homeowner who had first noticed [...]

How to Select a Contractor

By |May 10th, 2017|Repair Service|

How to Select a Contractor If you’ve spotted telltale signs of foundation damage in your home, you should schedule a professional inspection as soon as possible. But you also want to take time to find the right person for the job. Unfortunately, there are people who make a living scamming unsuspecting [...]

Foundation Repair Methods

By |April 26th, 2017|Repair Service|

Foundation Repair Methods Foundation problems need to be repaired correctly — and the sooner rather than better. Once foundation problems occur, they can lead to several other problems, including sloping floors, cracks in interior walls and/or ceilings and cracked exterior walls. A certified repair specialist inspects your home, determines the extent of [...]

Other Sources of Foundation Problems

By |April 12th, 2017|Repair Service|

Other Sources of Foundation Problems In addition to expansive soil, many homes’ foundations can be damaged by the following problems: Poor, Improper Drainage Water pooling, puddles forming near a home’s foundation and a damp/leaky basement are typical signs of poor drainage. Clogged or damaged gutters, as well improperly graded land surrounding a [...]

Sources of Foundation Issues

By |March 29th, 2017|Repair Service|

Sources of Foundation Issues Foundation problems may occur at any time and in any home. Soil conditions often create many foundation issues, particularly following prolonged periods heavy rain or excessively dry weather. “Expansive soil,” is soil with high amounts of clay which means it’s susceptible to expanding and contracting. Expansive soil puts pressure [...]