The outside of a residential home where the foundation of a stone structure is cracking away at the bottom of the base due to the structure being unlevel.
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A residential home where the patio door has insulation at the bottom outside the home as well as a stone wall beside the patio door where cracks are taking place at the base of the foundation.
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A stone chimney that is cracking apart at the foundation where the stone meets the concrete foundation as well as mold damage at the bottom of the wall foundation.
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This image features a stone chimney that is cracking at the foundation leaving a visible large gap with tools at the ready.
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Water damage seeping into a residential home from outside the backyard cement patio as mold is growing at the bottom of the foundation
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A stone chimney being featured with the Aquaguard product helical pier in order to prop the stone gap upwards to fix the foundation.
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Water is seeping into the home from the outside back concrete patio where there is equipment ready for repair.
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A helical pier holding together the structure of a stone chimney as you can clearly see the stone breaking at the bottom of the structure leaving a visible gap between stones.
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A stone chimney being featured with the Aquaguard Helical Pier product to fix the gap between the stone structure that appears to be falling apart at the seams.
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