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The Top 10 Signs that Your House is Having Foundation Problems

Superior Foundation Repair Fixes Broken Homes

Residents of the Austin and San Antonio areas that see any of these signs are encouraged to call Superior Foundation Repair today at 877-302-5111 (toll free) or submit a free foundation repair estimate request.

Top 10 Signs that a Home is Experiencing Foundation Problems.

  1. Uneven Or Sloping Floors
  2. Cracks In Exterior Or Interior Brick
  3. Displaced Or Cracked Moldings
  4. Wall Rotation
  5. Cracks In Walls Or Bowing Of Walls
  6. Cracks In Floor, Floor Tiles, Or Foundation
  7. Doors & Windows Won’t Open Or Close Properly
  8. Separation Of Doors, Windows, & Garage Doors
  9. Spaces Between Wall And Ceiling Or Floor
  10. Walls Separating From House
    • Foundation Problem #1:

    • Uneven or Sloping Floors

    • The floor in this house has sunk causing it to separate from the wall
    • The floor in this house has sunk causing it to separate from the wall
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    • Foundation Problem #2

    • Cracks in Exterior or Interior Brick

    • Exterior cracking on this house has split the brick (top center) as well as mortar.Stair stepped cracks in mortar between bricks. Note signs of previous cosmetic repair.Close up of mortar cracks between brick located over a window frame.Stair-stepped cracks have rendered this wall unstable.Unstable soil has caused stair-stepped cracks on this brick wall.A large crack in an exterior brick wall caused by soil contraction.A stair stepped crack through the mortar on an Austin home.
    • Descriptions of photos from L-R
    • 1: Exterior cracking on this house has split the brick (top center) as well as mortar.
    • 2: Stair stepped cracks in mortar between bricks. Note signs of previous cosmetic repair.
    • 3: Close up of mortar cracks between brick located over a window frame.
    • 4: Stair-stepped cracks have rendered this wall unstable.
    • 5: Unstable soil has caused stair-stepped cracks on this brick wall.
    • 6: A large crack in an exterior brick wall caused by soil contraction.
    • 7: A stair stepped crack through the mortar on an Austin home.
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    • Foundation Problem #3

    • Displaced or Cracked Moldings

    • Crown moulding separation.Cracked corner molding.A crack running up the wall through the molding into the ceiling.Close up of cracked crown molding.
    • Descriptions of photos from L-R
    • 1: Crown molding separation.
    • 2: Cracked corner molding.
    • 3: A crack running up the wall through the molding into the ceiling.
    • 4: Close up of cracked crown molding.
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    • Foundation Problem #4

    • Wall Rotation

    • Wall rotation has caused this painted paneling to crack and split.The moulding over this passageway has separated, and the painted paneling has split, due to rotation of the interior wall supports.Wall Rotation has caused a large crack to form on the side of this building.Shrinking soil from the Central Texas drought has brought on wall rotation rendering this home unstable.A new home experiencing wall rotation which has caused this crack in the mortar.
    • Descriptions of photos from L-R
    • 1: The molding over this passageway has separated, and the painted paneling has split, due to rotation of the interior wall supports.
    • 2: Wall rotation has caused this painted paneling to crack and split.
    • 3: Wall Rotation has caused a large crack to form on the side of this building.
    • 4: Shrinking soil from the Central Texas drought has brought on wall rotation rendering this home unstable.
    • 5: A new home experiencing wall rotation which has caused this crack in the mortar.
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    • Foundation Problem #5

    • Cracks in Walls or Bows in Walls

    • Wallpaper border is torn due to cracking in painted paneling. Note wall and ceiling separation at top of picture.Vertical crack in sheet rock.A prominent wall crack running between the door and the ceiling.Large crack in a wall from foundation movement.
    • Descriptions of photos from L-R
    • 1: Wallpaper border is torn due to cracking in painted paneling. Note wall and ceiling separation at top of picture.
    • 2: Vertical crack in sheet rock.
    • 3: A prominent wall crack running between the door and the ceiling.
    • 4: Large crack in a wall from foundation movement.
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    • Foundation Problem #6

    • Cracks in Floor, Floor Tiles, or Foundation

    • Stair step crack that goes through foundation.Crack in concrete floorA cracked slab from foundation shifting.A severe crack running through the foundation of an Austin home.Soil contraction has caused a crack which runs through the foundation.This y-shaped floor crack is from a 4 year old home in Central Texas.A large crack in the slab foundation of a Central Texas home.An Austin slab foundation cracking due to shifting soil.
    • Descriptions of photos from L-R
    • 1: Stair step crack that goes through foundation.
    • 2: Crack in concrete floor.
    • 3: A cracked slab from foundation shifting.
    • 4: A severe crack running through the foundation of an Austin home.
    • 5: Soil contraction has caused a crack which runs through the foundation.
    • 6: This y-shaped floor crack is from a 4 year old home in Central Texas.
    • 7: A large crack in the slab foundation of a Central Texas home.
    • 8: An Austin slab foundation cracking due to shifting soil.
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    • Foundation Problem #7

    • Doors and Windows Won’t Open or Close Properly

    • Close up of door frame separation. Level shows the degree to which the door is out of level.Horizontal drop across doorway because foundation is sinking toward the middle. Note characteristic separation of door frame on left and vertical cracks in sheet rock.Close up of storm door that won’t close completely because frame is no longer square.
    • Descriptions of photos from L-R
    • 1: Close up of door frame separation. Level (tool) shows the degree to which the door is out of level.
    • 2: Horizontal drop across doorway because foundation is sinking toward the middle. Note characteristic separation of door frame on left and vertical cracks in sheet rock.
    • 3: Close up of storm door that won’t close completely because frame is no longer square.
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    • Foundation Problem #8

    • Separation of Doors, Windows, and Garage Doors

    • Separation of window frame.Brick has separated from window frame.Brick has completely separated from framing. Gap is approximately 2 inches wide and deep. Light gray vertical stripe (center) is the exposed window frame support and interior wall construction.
    • Descriptions of photos from L-R
    • 1: Separation of window frame.
    • 2: Brick has separated from window frame.
    • 3: Brick has completely separated from framing. Gap is approximately 2 inches wide and deep. Light gray vertical stripe (center) is the exposed window frame support and interior wall construction.
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    • Foundation Problem #9

    • Spaces Between Wall and Ceiling or Floor

    • Gap between wall and ceiling.Foundation movement has caused separation between this wall and ceiling.
    • 1: Gap between wall and ceiling.
    • 2: Foundation movement has caused separation between this wall and ceiling.
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    • Foundation Problem #10

    • Walls Separating From House

    • The brick facade on this wall is pulling away from the house. The result of this separation can be sudden catastrophic collapse of the entire wall.The wall on this home has sunk from the shrinking soil caused by the Central Texas drought causing the separation of the roof from the house.Unstable, shrinking soil has caused foundation damage as evidenced by the split running through this wall.Foundation movement caused by the severe drought in Central Texas has caused this home's walls to separate from one another.
    • 1: The brick facade on this wall is pulling away from the house. The result of this separation can be sudden catastrophic collapse of the entire wall.
    • 2: The wall on this home has sunk from the shrinking soil caused by the Central Texas drought causing the separation of the roof from the house.
    • 3: Unstable, shrinking soil has caused foundation damage as evidenced by the split running through this wall.
    • 4: Foundation movement caused by the severe drought in Central Texas has caused this home’s walls to separate from one another. Notice the gap at the corner where the house is splitting apart.
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