Foundational Crack Repair
Homeowners in St. Charles, MO are familiar with foundation cracks and the problems associated with settling homes, and that’s why we are here to be your foundation repair experts.
If you live in an old home, foundation settlements and cracks are inevitable, making foundation repair necessary.
These problems can be unsightly and cause structural damage, such as walls that are no longer plumb and doors and windows that no longer fit properly in their frames. Beyond that, foundation issues can also seriously decrease the value of your home and make it difficult to sell in the future.
What Are Some Signs and Symptoms That You Need Foundation Repair?
We’ve learned to recognize the indicators and symptoms of problems that require foundation repair. These are some of the most typical signs that we encounter while performing ACR repairs.
Damage to Doors or Windows
- The frame may have become out of square if doors and windows are difficult to open or close. Gaps between the door or window and the frame, or cracks in the frames themselves are also signs of foundation settlement.
Cracks and Uneven Floors
- Foundation settlement can be indicated by cracks in your concrete floor slab. However, it’s also possible that the slab floor alone has settled. Slab floors may sink independently of the foundation walls, causing damage to the floors but not necessarily the walls, which frequently necessitates our ACR foundation repair services.
- One of the most typical indications of foundation issues is visible cracks in the drywall throughout the home. Drywall cracks will appear around door frames and windows, in the ceiling, in corners, and along the wall. Even if it’s ripping or coming loose, drywall tape might be a good indicator. Sinking crawl space supports, sinking floors, and heaving floors can all cause drywall cracks, which is caused by problems that require foundation repair.
Get An Expert To Help With Your Foundation Repair
If you notice any of these foundation problems in your home, it’s important to call ACR right away. The sooner you address the problem, the less damage it will cause to your home.
We know it’s important to you that your home is stable and safe. That’s why we offer a free consultation so that we can assess the damage and provide you with a custom foundation repair plan. You’ll be able to rest easy knowing that your home is in good hands with ACR.