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Category: Foundation Engineering

Foundation issues can spell real trouble for your home. Unfortunately, signs of foundation trouble may be subtle or unnoticeable to the untrained eye.
It is no secret that a good foundation lasts a lifetime, so it makes sense to pay attention to the details that ensure it stays dry and crack-free for
Buildings, including residences, are built on different types of foundations. As the name implies, it is the lowest part of your house structure that
Recent surveys of U.S. homeowners and renters revealed wet/flooded basements to be rampant, incurring huge expenses. While 55% of the respondents stated
Problems within the foundation can be caused due to several reasons and therefore create critical structural issues. Whether you are a homeowner or a
A home’s foundation is not a self-supporting structure. All homes that sit on top of foundations are supported on the ground beneath, and that ground
Are you finding cracks in your home’s walls and floors? Do the doors and windows not seem to fit their frames as they’re supposed to? If you are noticing
Introduction: Before we become familiar with the impact erosion, specifically soil and land erosion, has on homes and buildings, we must understand what
What would you look for when buying a house? It’s natural to consider factors like the floor layout, daylighting, storage, quality of finishes, and signs
Any structure consists of two parts, a sub-structure, and a super-structure. These two parts of a structure are separated by a line called the plinth

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