• December

      29

      2021

    Why Foundations Fail

    A proper foundation will support the weight of its structure. When a foundation fails, the structure becomes compromised. The longevity and safety of your home is dependent on a stable foundation. Whether you are preparing to buy a new home or you have already lived in your home for many years, a stable foundation should

    • December

      16

      2021

    Foundation Failure- Warning Signs

      If you are noticing these common signs of foundation failure, now is the time to contact us and let us see how we can help you. Left untreated, the problem will likely not only get worse, but more expensive. Don’t wait, we can help!   Inside Signs on the inside of the house that

    • November

      30

      2021

    Egress Windows

      Egress windows are designed to be large enough for an adult to climb in or out of as an escape route in case of an emergency. The entire openable area must be 5.7 square feet.  They serve their purpose as a window, but also act as an exit. Below are some other advantages of an

    • November

      4

      2021

    Sump Pumps and Battery Backup Systems

    A sump pump’s main job is to help prevent flooding and keep your basement dry. The pump collects water in a basin, or pit, and then moves the water away from the structure. Most sump pumps turn on automatically due to a pressure sensor or float activator in the system. As the sump pit fills with

    • October

      28

      2021

    Carbon Fiber Straps: Columbus, OH

    Challenge: A customer in Columbus, OH recently purchased a home with an outdated basement that they wanted to makeover. During the demo process, visible horizontal and stair-step cracks in the block wall foundation were exposed. Worried about their basement walls and wanting to save the structural integrity of their home, they contacted B-Level. Solution: To

    • June

      17

      2021

    Benefits of Encapsulating Your Crawlspace

    Many homes built on a crawl space foundation suffer from moisture problems. Encapsulating your crawlspace is a popular solution for these moisture issues. A heavy-duty polyethylene barrier is added to completely cover your crawl space and is then sealed to help regulate the moisture levels. Encapsulating your crawl space has many benefits: Improves air quality:

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