Basement or foundation wall cracks can be a sign of foundation problems, or they might just be the result of normal shrinkage or settling. No matter the crack, it is always prudent to have an expert perform a thorough crack inspection to determine the cause of the crack.
Always contact a basement crack repair expert first before trying to fix a basement crack yourself. The reason is simple, being able to see the crack and measure the width will allow a trained professional to undersand the causes and potential risks.
Sometimes our inspectors will recommend that a crack monitor be installed to monitor any seasonal changes and wall movements. When we install crack monitors we will ask you to take a picture of the monitor each month and email these to us for review. If we determine that it is a normal shrinkage crack, we will happily refer you to BasementDepot.com where you can purchase a "do it yourself" crack repair kit if you prefer.
At Pioneer Basement, we also fix leaking cracks in your basement and we have warrantied solutions specifically designed to repair each type of leak in your basement or foundation.
Pioneer Basement is the leading structural crack repair company in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Our team has been fixing basement wall cracks for over 30 years, so we definitely know our stuff. We put all of our inspectors and installers through rigorous training, and only use our own full time employees on projects, unlike many of our competitors who often rely on sub contracting to others.
We stand by our work by offering 5 to 15 year transferable written warranties on our repairs. We can also help you with leaky basement cracks, crawl spaces and vapor barriers. If you have a questionable crack in your foundation, or just want to ask us a few questions, feel free to go to our contact Pioneer Basement page for personal contact with a foundation expert.
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