A reality of living in the Pacific Northwest, is rain. Lots of rain. In 2020 – 2021, we had an especially rainy season, which led to foundation issues for people. 

Why does rain lead to foundation issues? 

The problem with your foundation isn’t the foundation itself — it’s the soil which your foundation sits upon. When that soil gets saturated, it can shift. The shifting soil makes your foundation move, which causes issues. 

If you are experiencing sloping floors, bowing walls, cracking brick, cracking on the outside of your house, sticking windows, or your chimney is sloping away from the house, you may have foundation damage. 

What Does This Mean? 

If you do have foundation damage, it might not be a big deal. Then again, it might be critical to get it fixed soon. Either way, we’ll let you know. We want you to make the best decision for you and your family. 

Schedule a free foundation assessment with one of our experts and we’ll tell you what we recommend.

Make an informed choice. Schedule your free assessment today.

We want you to make a smart choice — how can you do that without all the information? Schedule your free assessment, and we’ll find out together if your foundation is in need of repair, the timeline, and the severity of damage.
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5 Things To Know

BEFORE Starting Your Project

Don’t put yourself at risk. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the laws and regulations you need to pay attention to, which will save you thousands of dollars over your project. Don’t start your project until you have a full understanding of what’s involved.
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