Major bows and cracks in your foundation walls will eventually cause a wall to collapse. Fortunately, this homeowner called Foundation Systems of West Virginia to support the wall BEFORE it collapsed.
Several times each year and every year, we receive a phone call or an email from a homeowner who waited too long to call us about a foundation issue in his or her home.
They’ll say, “I wish I would have called you a couple of years ago. The cracks and bows started getting bigger the past few months, but I waited too long. This week, my wall collapsed!”
Not only do homeowners have to deal with rebuilding their foundations when they have a wall collapse, but they also have to deal with a muddy mess in their homes. A foundation repair that could have been done very quickly and relatively inexpensively when the cracks and bows first appeared now will cost the homeowner a lot of time and money. If only they would have called sooner!
Those cracks and bows in your foundation’s walls aren’t going to improve over time. The freezing and thawing over winter, as well as hydrostatic pressure, can put tremendous pressure on failing foundation walls. Most bowed or cracked foundation walls WILL eventually collapse over time unless repairs are made to support and strengthen them.
Fortunately for customers, Foundation Systems of West Virginia offers free, no-obligation estimates. We can have one of our highly-trained foundation experts examine your home and tell you if what is occurring is serious, or something you really don’t need to worry about.
If we feel that a repair is necessary for you and your family’s safety, we will design the most affordable solution for you and your family.
No matter if you live in Morgantown, Fairmont, Clarksburg, Bridgeport, Martinsburg, Beckley, Charleston, Huntington, Wheeling, Bluefield, Elkins, Parkersburg, Buckhannon or Lewisburg – or anywhere in between — and are experiencing foundation problems, we can provide a free, no-obligation estimate for you and your family.
Call us today at 855-607-7715 to schedule your free estimate. Taking care of this foundation problems now will save you a lot of time, money and aggravation in the future.