Denver Mudjacking Warns of Rabbits and Snakes and Skunks, Oh My!
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Excellent winter ski weather usually means wretched thaw out seasons, and Denver CO is a good example. During that season, homeowners get to deal with some unique problems. Basements tend to flood due to slab cracks and foundation issues and small furry animals like to move in wherever possible for the winter. Denver Mudjacking trys to keep homeowners advised of rabbits and snakes and skunks, and oh my… they can be quite the issue.
Sometimes issues are not within the line of vision, at which point homeowners need to be aware of scents. If one gets a whiff of mildew of mold in the basement, stair well or a ground level room, there could be a foundation issue. If the scent of an animal seems to permeate the house, one has probably moved under the foundation. Both of these situations can lead to more problematic events.
Slabs allowing mold, mildew and unwanted residents have already experienced enough erosion to initiate other issues. The homes foundation can begin to sink, basements can flood, windows and doors can become unaligned, refusing to open or close properly, if at all.
We can all get a little down in the dumps, especially if our foundation is threatening to sink down too. In Denver, there is always something positive to make things better. Denver Mudjacking can provide a valid solution to any slab of problems. Simply contact the professionals with Cascade Mudjacking at 303-840-4725, and they will shine some light, no matter how dank the situation.