This homeowner called DryZone with concern about his steps which were sinking and leaning into his home. Our inspector knew that the quickest and easiest solution to this problem would be the use of helical piers. Our crews arrived and installed helical piers on both sides of the stairs giving them the support that they needed to stand straight. Once more, a presentable and safe entrance to the home was restored through the efforts of Team DryZone.
The foundation in the basement of Wye Mills, MD is experiencing bowing walls and water problems. No homeowner wants to deal with foundation repair, but foundation problems can affect your home's safety, appearance, and value. If you've seen issues such as floor cracks, bowing walls, or other foundation damage, DryZone can help. We will find the source of your problem and provide you with a quality foundation repair solution.
In Worton, MD foundation problems are a serious issue, especially for these homeowners. The wood is starting to rot because of the water that has damaged the wood. Once wood begins to rot it will break down. This is a major problem since the foundation is what holds up the home! Why let this problem continue in your beautiful home? These homeowners contacted DryZone and we were able to fix the foundation problem.
Large cracks in the basement wall are a sign that the wall is failing and could possibly cave in. A basement wall is mainly held in place by straight up and down pressure, so when that wall is straight it works. As soon as the wall starts to bow inward, it loses strength. Some walls take forever to get really bad, while other break and fall apart very quickly. There is no way of telling if the wall will ever fall in, but why take that chance? Getting it fixed now will save a lot of money in the long run. It also makes it easier to sell the home if you can pass on a huge warranty to the new owners.
This is a sight we get to see all too often. A homeowner is trying to fix the sagging floors in his home and goes to a big warehouse store for answers. The kid with the vest tells him that this jack is perfect for his problem so he buys one. Unfortunately, these jacks are for temporary use on light loads only. The SmartJack crawl space jack is meant to stay in place and, more importantly, to last.