Protect Your Home’s Foundation During Spring

Posted By: wtiaccess on 22nd January 2017 Category: Basement Waterproofing, Foundation Repair

When most people think of spring, they think about cleaning their homes, sprucing up the cabinets, and removing clutter. But spring is also a perfect time for home maintenance. After the snow and ice melt and the heavy rain begins to fall, check the following areas of your home to prevent future foundation problems. Remove […]

Can Wall Cracks Tell Me What Type of Foundation Problem I Have?

Posted By: wtiaccess on 16th December 2016 Category: Foundation Repair

When cracks start to form at the corners of windows and door frames, it can be alarming. Fortunately, most wall cracks are not severe and are caused by seasonal changes. But if you have cracks accompanied by water seepage, then it is time to contact a professional to assess the situation. However, any crack should […]

How does the freeze-thaw cycle affect your concrete? Most people think concrete is an impenetrable solid. But in actuality, concrete is a porous material with many capillaries and voids throughout the surface. Although concrete is strong in compressive strength, it is weak in tensile strength and elasticity. Concrete can tolerate heavy loads, but it is […]

How To Prepare Your Home for Fall

Posted By: wtiaccess on 28th October 2016 Category: Basement Waterproofing, Foundation Repair

Fall is a beautiful season with colorful leaves and crisp air, but it can bring unanticipated surprises if your home is unprepared. In order to keep all the components of your home in top condition, and to avoid costly repairs, it’s important to make sure your home is ready to withstand winter temperatures. Our Fall […]

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