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Foundation Settlement – When is it a problem?

December 14th, 2017 by Chris Mitchell
foundation settlement, residential foundation contractors

With the exception of houses built on solid rock, ALL foundations settle over time. Fixing foundation is not uncommon but you should still consult a residential foundation contractor to help. A typical total foundation settlement range is up to approximately one inch. The alternative is to build on soil, which has a tendency to settle…

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I Have Foundation Cracks – Should I Be Concerned?

October 5th, 2017 by Chris Mitchell
Foundation Crack Repair

Foundation cracks worry a lot of people. Home inspectors may tell you that they need to be repaired, and to consult with foundation repair contractors/residential foundation contractors. Home buyers may see problems that call for your foundation fixing but walk away from a potential transaction or ask for a reduction in the sales price. Truth…

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Speciality Project Features in Helical Pile World Industry News - STEP 2

VersaGrade, Inc. Specialty Foundation Design Project VersaGrade’s foundation design specialty project for the 12,000 square foot expansion of STEP 2, a non-profit organization in Reno, NV, was recently featured in an industry newsletter! Read the entire case study, originally featured on the Helical Pile World website and newsletter. “The soils investigation confirmed the project site would not…

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5 Warning Signs You Need Foundation Repair

August 22nd, 2016 by Diane Hansen
Foundation Repair

A structure does not have to be older to be in need of foundation repair. The need for fixing foundation can also be caused by construction, soils, and weather. The warning signs which indicate foundation problems are subtle. If ignored, it could turn into a bigger project down the road. It is crucial for your…

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