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Warning Signs That You Need to Repair Your Carillon Lakes Home

Warning Signs That You Need to Repair the Foundation of Your Carillon Lakes Home For Sale

 

It is important to address problems with the foundation of your Carillon Lakes home for sale as soon as you see these warning signs.

 

A shifting, settling, or failing foundation can cause major structural damage to your Carillon Lakes home. The sooner you are able to fix any problems in your home’s foundation, the less damage it can cause.

 

The problem with foundation issues is they don’t show up right away. Your home’s foundation shifts, settles, or fails gradually and the simple telltale signs of foundation problems could be easily overlooked by homeowners.

 

Here are warning signs of foundation problems:

1. Cracks in floors

2. Misaligned garage doors, exterior doors, and windows

3. Bulging floors

4. Cracks in the foundation, brick, or stonework

5. Interior doors don’t fit their jambs any longer or get stuck

6. Cracks in the interior sheet rock

This amazing tips in buying a Carillon home for sale will ensure your purchase will be a successful one.

 

If you notice any of these signs of foundation problems, call a structural engineer immediately. The engineer will assess the damage and determine what type of repairs are needed for the foundation of your home. The engineer will also identify the causes of the problems in your home’s foundation.

 

The next step would be to call a foundation repair company to do the necessary repairs (like slabjacking and piering) to save your Carillon Lakes home for sale.

 

Make sure to ask your structural engineer what caused the problem and how you can prevent it in the future. Usually, the culprits are uneven distribution of moisture in the subsoil which results in settling and shifting, eventually destroying the home’s foundation. This can be avoided by making sure you have good lot drainage and sufficient and properly installed gutters.

 

Addressing problems in your home’s foundation as soon as you see these warning signs will help you avoid bigger and costlier damages in the future and will help to ensure a smoother sale of your Carillon Lakes home.

 

Call me, Petra Norris, at (863) 619-6918 or send me an email at petra@petranorris.com if you’re looking for a Carillon Lakes real estate agent with superior local knowledge, experience, professionalism, integrity, and personal service to help you sell or buy Carillon Lakes Fl homes for sale.

 

Petra Norris, REALTOR®…

Going The Extra Mile For You!

 

Authored by Petra Norris 

 

Petra Norris - REALTOR®, SFR
Managing Broker - CDV TransAtlantic, Inc.
 
CDV TransAtlantic Inc
(863) 619-6918
 
Lakeland Florida Home Search
 
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