Having window wells is a great way to let natural light and ventilation into your basement. Unfortunately, window wells tend to catch a lot of water when it rains or floods, potentially causing foundation-related problems. You can use drains and covers, but our basement waterproofing experts say there are better options.
A functional plumbing system plays a crucial role in the health of your home’s foundation. If one of the pipes is leaking, this could spell trouble to the structural integrity of the foundation and your home as a whole. Today, Stratum Structural Systems, one of the top basement repair contractors in the area, discusses further.
Concrete leveling, also known as mudjacking, is a technique used to fix cracked and settled concrete slabs on sidewalks, driveways, and pathways. Despite being an effective method to fill voids in concrete, it is no stranger to many misconceptions. Get the facts straight as Stratum Structural Systems, your local brick foundation repair experts, debunks the most common myths about concrete leveling.
As a homeowner, it’s important to have good basement waterproofing in your home. Any kind of water leakage below your home can cause bigger problems later on. If you’re not sure whether your waterproofing is still intact, or if you just want to check for yourself, here are some signs you need to look out for in your basement.