Cracking in your foundations Active or passive?
As cracks can be either passive or active, it’s important to determine which they are to select the best method for repairing them. This is why it is essential that one of our experts carry out an analysis. Below is an overview of the steps and procedures used for crack repair to give you an idea of the process.
Active crakcing in your foundations
Piling for a reliable repair
Unlike passive cracks that reach a stable state and present a smaller risk to the foundation, active cracks pose many short- and long-term risks. They are often a sign of clay soil and unstable backfill, both of which can cause numerous problems for your building (water leaks, structure deterioration, mould, etc.). Don’t delay and take advantage of our services for a complete assessment of your situation and to learn about our effective solutions.
Active craking in your foundation
For all types of active foundation cracks
DOES YOUR HOME HAVE AN ACTIVE CRACK?
There are a number of solutions and financing options available for you to address the situation and protect the value of your home.