- indicators of a crack in your foundation,
- potential problems that can arise, and
- why it’s so important to repair cracks during winter.
Signs of Cracks in Your Foundation
Cracks in Walls or Other Structural Components
One of the first signs of foundation damage is cracks in your walls. If you notice that thin cracks are beginning to form along surfaces in your home, it’s critical to begin the process of inspecting your foundation, too.
Doors Unable to Close or Open Correctly
Floors Begin to Sag or Rest at an Angle
Damp/Humid Smell in Basement
Insects in Crawl Space or Basement
Keep an Eye on Water Pooling
The Potential Consequences of Unfixed Foundation Cracks
Increased Repair Costs
Decreased Property Value—Difficulty Passing a Property Inspection
Why Repair Your Foundation Cracks This Winter?
Sourcing a Foundation Inspection
If you’re unsure about whether your foundation is cracked, the best way to double-check is to contact a team of professionals. Experts quickly identify foundation cracks and help you determine if extra work is needed to repair the issue.
Contact MT Drains & Plumbing for Foundation Crack Repair This Winter
Our team has over two decades of experience restoring structural integrity in the home. If you’d like to discuss waterproofing your basement this winter, contact our professionals to discuss a quote and organize an inspection.