This is a common problem on both new and old homes alike. It is often referred to as "honeycomb" or "porous" concrete. It can be the result of a variety of factors, including the use of concrete mixes that have gone "bad," or aren't the correct strength for the construction of a basement wall. Additionally, the problem could be attributed to builders using poor or outdated construction techniques. The result is weak, brittle surfaces which can start to fall apart in certain spots. This can eventually cause water to seep inside of the home and cause damage.
There are some waterproofing contractors who believe that the only solution to the problem is to tear out the wall and build it again. However, we know that you don't want to have your home torn apart, and this can be a very expensive and time-consuming solution that isn't really necessary seeing as how there are other more effective, more affordable options available to you.
At Don Kennedy and Sons, we can make use of a waterproofing membrane that will be placed over the outside of your foundation walls. It has tiny dimples in it that allow moisture to pass through and into a drainage system which will ultimately lead it into a sump pump.
We called Don Kennedy and Sons to give us an estimate on some settlement on one corner of our house. The initial appointment went very good. We were impressed with how knowledgable Mr. Kennedy was and that he explained everything to us clearly. The work has been completed for over a month now ...
Alex Baxter - Destin, FL32540
We recently completed work moving the Athens-Limestone Maternity Center to its new location. The move went well and the client was happy.
Athens-Limestone Maternity Center - Athens, AL35611
I’ve lived in my house for over 20 years. I began to notice cracks in my walls and the floors were squeaking. I contacted Kennedy and Sons and they came out and inspected underneath the house and inside the house. The company drew up a pictorial of the supports that they were going to use to get ...
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