Problem With Your Santa Ana Foundation or Concrete?
We provide sensible fixes to many house structure, settling concrete slab or wet crawlspace ailments.
In case you are experiencing an issue in your house in one of these places, we are an ideal choice to give you a hand.
If you call us, we can discuss what is going on and set up a time to come by your property and give you our opinion on exactly how we would repair it.
How Do I Know For Certain I Have a Problem?
Sometimes a Southern California homeowner can readily see they face a structure problem.
Occasionally, the evidence is simply evident.
In other instances the issue is hard to see.
Nevertheless, these troubles can turn up regardless of what type of house you have.
Symptoms That May Suggest You Have a Problem:
• Water pools around or under your house after a rain
• Windows or doors stick to their frames when you try to open or shut them
• There’s water down under your house
• Gaps around doors and their frames, primarily external doors and garage doors
• Uneven or sloping interior floors
• Cracking in exterior or interior brick walls or mortar
• Vertical cracking in sheet rock, often between a door frame and the ceiling
• Cracks in solid surface exterior or interior walls
• Cracked or separated wood molding, sometimes crown or door moldings
• Significant cracks in a concrete floor or foundation
• Damp, unpleasant and musty-smelling basement
• Floors are saggy, spongy or bent, or tile floor sections have become loose
• Spaces between walls and ceiling or wall and floor
• Separations between exterior walls or a wall and chimney
This Looks Hard to Repair. Is It?
Certain house structure problems look like they would be extremely hard to take care of, but nearly every one can get corrected.
Some of the repair jobs are relatively basic; a few of the jobs are very difficult.
A big foundation repair job will require a highly trained contractor, with the right staff and equipment to get it done right.
Going under a building, elevating it up and getting it level without interrupting the structural strength of the building is not for the inexperienced contractor.
Crawlspace Waterproofing Company Near Your House
If your basement gets water in it after a significant rain, we will put a stop to it.
We’ll determine why water is coming in and how to stop it. No homeowner should put up with a damp crawlspace.
We might come up with a great waterproofing strategy that will deal with your moisture issue without needing to do work down under your house at all.
It is possible we will correct the issue through working outside your house on the rain gutters, landscaping and grounds surrounding your home.
Santa Ana Slab Jacking Services
If parts of your concrete front walk, terrace or driveway has sunk, we will correct that too.
This process is called mudjacking (also called slab jacking).
Mudjacking is a procedure of vigorously injecting a thick caulk compound under the sunken slab. This mixture takes up space underneath the concrete and forces the slab to rise up.
Sometimes property owners would like slabjacking done primarily in an attempt to help the look of their home or property, but cement slab raising can reduce accidents and trips from having uneven sections and it can help other concerns, such as improper drainage, too.
Many jobs are finished in one morning or day.
Why Do These Types of Issues Occur Anyway?
Well, one of the leading causes is because of the properties of the soil. The soil which is under our houses shifts often. It moves.
The soil will contract and expand as it gets subjected to water and changes in temperature. This frequent swelling and contracting of the dirt our homes rest on can place great stress on many types of properties.
Most homeowners will not experience substantial structure or water troubles, but a few do.
There are a couple of tasks a property owner can do to help protect against problems.
Initially, they can be sure the lot their home sits on is correctly graded to move rain water away from their house.
And they should make sure they have gutters that collects all the rain that falls on their home and move it away from their house as well.
The particular type of soil at your property is a big deal as well.
Some types of soil will swell much more than others whenever it gets wet.
An absorbent residential lot will take in water and then swell up.
That is not good.
One more somewhat uncommon source of foundation troubles takes place when you’ve got a really large tree too close to your house.
This tree may cause a challenge if it’s roots spread under the house and interfere with your foundation or sewer and water lines.
The long roots from a huge tree too close to your property may also pull all the moisture out from the ground underneath the house.
Obviously, this would only come up during a dry and hot Summer.
These sorts of ecological strain may add to the creation of tiny cracks in the foundation of your house.
Small-scale cracks can allow in moisture and have a habit of progressing into greater cracks over the years.
Can I Bother With This Later?
If you suspect you’ve got a situation with your property, at the very least, it is best to call an expert to look at it and get their views.
And if you learn you should get some work started, you shouldn’t neglect that information.
Remember, your basement structure sustains the entire house.
The walls, floors and roof all depend on it.
These problems should be covered when they’re learned.
If moisture slowly seeps under a house, it can lead to challenges through the years as mildew and mold.
And it will not become any better over time either.
If you are thinking about just selling your home and not dealing with it, there are only a few potential buyers who would even consider a house that has a structure worry or one that gets water in its basement.
And since you already know your house has a serious issue, you’re obligated to inform the prospective buyer of what it is.
You don’t want that buyer to come back after you after the sales transaction has ended.
Don’t be worried and assuming your condition is too big and difficult to repair. Or it will get too expensive to fix.
An experienced contractor can cure any type of predicament you’ve got.
And your final cost might be less than what you are expecting.
Are We the Best Choice for You?
When the time comes for finding a contractor to get your house problem addressed, you’ll be able to choose from a couple of nice choices.
Our professional contractors and work crews can examine your property, plan your project and take care of the repairs as promised.
We are going to put your home back into great shape.
Which Orange County Neighborhoods Do We Work In?
Our support area incorporates the Santa Ana metro area including the neighborhoods of downtown, Civic Center, Willard, City Hall, Lacy, Artesia Pilar, Santa Ana College, Logan, Casa Bonita, Central City, Pico-Lowell, Santa Ana High School, Henninger Park, French Park, Washington Square and Flower Park.
Besides the central part of town, we also work in all the surrounding areas, such as East Santa Ana, Orange, Fountain Valley, North Santa Ana, Northeast Santa Ana, South Coast Metro, Tustin and West Santa Ana.
If your property is in an area that we can’t service for some reason, we’ll simply tell you when you call.
What We Can Do For You:
Call Today: 323-641-4171
An Orange County Contractor
We work at homes and business properties including the neighborhoods of downtown, Civic Center, Willard, City Hall, Lacy, Artesia Pilar, Logan, Casa Bonita, Central City, Pico-Lowell, Santa Ana College, Santa Ana HS, Henninger Park, French Park, Washington Square and Flower Park.