You may have noticed a door that's difficult to open, or perhaps a few stubborn windows. Cracks may appear in the corners, and even in the ceiling. "No big deal," you might think, "houses shift all the time." But as cracks start popping up everywhere, and one corner of your floor begins to sink, it's hard not to worry.
Is your foundation settling?
Is there a serious issue at play?
We're here to help you figure it out!
Why Is My House Sinking?
What Happens When Your Foundation Begins to Settle?
Hearing about friends or family needing foundation repair can spark concern for your own home. Is your home just experiencing normal settling issues, or does it need a foundation repair?
The soil that supports your home can significantly affect your foundation. Changes in soil can result in your home's structure gradually sinking. Learn more about the impact of soil on your foundation.
In Southern California, one of the leading causes of localized settlement for residential homes is the lack of rain gutters or storm run-off drains. Learn why these elements are crucial to protecting your foundation.