Discovering cracks and weaknesses in your foundation can be scary, but Premium Wall Anchor & Waterproofing is ready to show you how to repair crumbling concrete basement walls, so you can put your fears to rest. Find new confidence in your home and protect your family by strengthening your property’s foundation.
Diagnosing A Problem Basement
Most homeowners don’t regularly examine their basement walls, but scrutinizing the concrete blocks that form the foundation of your home can clue you in to signs that all is not as it should be.
Go to your basement, look around and take note of any of the following:
- Bulging, cracking or crumbling
- Walls that lean at the top
- Evidence that walls are sliding inward at the bottom
- Leaks and seepage
Standing water continuously soaking in the soil around your home is also a telltale sign that your foundation could be at risk.
Why Do Basement Walls Crumble?
Contractors build concrete foundations to withstand the test of time, but certain conditions can negatively affect your home’s stability. Homes built on poor-quality soil may sink over time. Excessive rain and standing water is also a risk factor; oversaturated soil puts pressure on your basement’s walls, forcing them inward, slowly eroding the concrete and causing the concrete to crack or even disintegrate.
How To Repair Crumbling Concrete Basement Walls
At Premier Wall Anchor & Waterproofing, we offer three types of improvement intended to improve, repair and protect your basement walls:
- Waterproofing to form a protective barrier against moisture and drain away excess water
- Foundation repair, ranging from sealing cracks to stabilizing the walls and surrounding soil
- Retaining wall installation to prevent foundation wall damage from occurring
Schedule Your Service
If worries about your basement walls are keeping you up at night, professional repair could be exactly what you need to save your home and get some much-needed sleep. Every home is different, but our team knows how to properly assess the condition of your foundation and set up a custom repair plan that fits your needs. To schedule your service, get in touch online or call us directly at 800-573-7170.