• June



    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:

    • March



    Interior vs Exterior Waterproofing

    Many homeowners frustratingly deal with wet basements. Water surrounding your home or seeping into your basement can cause structural damage if left unfixed. B-Level never uses a one-size-fits-all approach to basement waterproofing. We have several solutions to help and we offer both interior and exterior waterproofing systems. As a homeowner, you may not know which

    • February



    Structural vs Non-Structural Foundation Cracks

      Not all cracks are created equal. Cracks in your foundation can typically be classified into two categories: structural cracks and non-structural cracks. Both can be worrisome to a homeowner who is not sure what might be going on. Not all cracks cause structural damage. Non-structural cracks are typically cosmetic and don’t require major repair.

    • February



    2020 Angie’s List Super Service Award

    B-Level, Ltd. Earns 2020 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service   B-Level, Ltd. is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s

    • January



    Hydrostatic Pressure

    Hydrostatic pressure describes the outward and downward pressure caused by standing water pushing against an object or surface that blocks it, which in this case, would be your basement walls. It is the most common cause of basement water penetration. Central Ohio soils are known to be thick clay that easily retain moisture. During the

    • December



    Chimney Foundation Failure

    Cracking or gaps where your chimney meets the house can be a sign of foundation failure. Nine times out of ten, if the chimney foundation is settling (sinking), the cracking will appear larger at the top of the chimney and will get smaller as you work your eyes down towards the ground. Leaving your compromised

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