Check Your Home’s Foundation in this Extreme Heat – Foundation Repair

Temperatures soaring over 100 degrees for several days in a row and no rain in sight could be harmful to your home’s foundation. Our soil has a high clay content that can shrink in times of drought and extreme heat, and that can lead to empty spaces under your home’s foundation. A good soaking rain will cause the soil to expand again, but there may still be empty pockets underneath your house. If you have noticed cracks in your wall or floor and doors that are suddenly difficult to open, your home’s foundation may have shifted or cracked. This is a problem that need to be fixed immediately. Give us a call here at Blass Residential Services; foundation repair is one of our specialties!

Category: Foundation Repair

 

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