There are many factors that can cause changes in the foundations of
our homes. The weight of the home’s structure, gravity, the internal components
weight and connection stressors. Plus the climate; such as wind, rain, and soil shifting and conditions.
These are the very reasons why future home owners and sellers should get their home inspected.
You can learn about the condition of the home and determine what the defective or marginal issues
are before you start the buying and selling process!
6 Symptoms That Your Foundation Could Be on the MOVE:
With a shifting foundation and the house settling it can change the dynamics of the door jam.
When the windows stick, the sill will move but the window frame remains the same size,
making it extremely difficult to open or close the window.
Sagging, Buckling or Sloping floors could mean your foundation is on the move.
6. Warped Ceilings
Also be on the lookout for exposed gaps where interior walls are supposed to meet with each floor and ceiling.
Knowing the Signs and Symptoms of a House on the Move Can Help You
Quickly Remedy the Situation Before Further Damage Can Occur!