North Texas Basements Advises Watching for Soil Movement and Foundation Damage this Winter

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North Texas Basements warns homeowners to watch for foundation damage caused by moisture this winter.

North Texas Basements wants to remind homeowners to keep an eye on their foundations this winter. Foundation damage is caused by ground moisture changes. Ground moisture changes happen as a result of rain, wind and freezing temperatures, the kind of weather one would expect during winter.

North Texas Basements specializes in basement construction. They understand that the deeper the foundation, the more resistant the basement will be to soil movement. That’s why North Texas Basements builds high-quality basements that are deep to prevent damage from moisture.

The best way to check for foundation issues is to look for cracks in walls or concrete floors. Another warning sign would be a door that jams or windows that stick or won’t close completely. Chipping or flaking concrete as well as a bulge or curves in outside foundations are also obvious signs of a foundation problem. Puddles or wet framing should also cause immediate alarm.

Homeowners who are concerned about their basement foundations can also call North Texas Basements for expert turnkey services. North Texas Basements can handle engineering, excavation, installation of forms, grading and waterproofing services. Contact North Texas Basements if there’s concern about moisture in the basement.

Don’t wait for moisture damage this winter; contact North Texas Basements to address any foundation problems immediately. North Texas Basements is the contracting team to call this winter for a new basement or turnkey services. Find out more by visiting or call 817-770-2768.

About the Company:
North Texas Basements is a total solutions residential and commercial concrete form work contractor specializing in basement construction, with expertise in building of columns, vertical walls, retaining walls, cistern and culvert construction. North Texas Basements is a member of the American Concrete Institute, the Concrete Foundation Association, the National and Texas Home Builders Associations, and The Greater Fort Worth Home Builders Associations. They have over thirty years of experience in residential and commercial construction.

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