After any procedure there some common questions that help you understand what your expectations should be. If you have knee surgery, you may want to know if you’ll be able to run like you used to be able to. If you have your car fixed, you may want to know what to expect in terms of performance and maintenance. And if you have your home’s foundation repaired you’ll probably have your fair share of questions about that as well.
One of the most common questions is, “will I see cracks in the future after my house has been repaired?” It was likely the appearance of cracks that initially made you consider whether your house had foundation damage in the first place, so naturally the appearance any cracks afterwards would be a cause for concern.
While a compromised slab can show minor cracks, the good news is that it rarely happens. It also doesn’t indicate any sort of problem with your repair. Rest assured that your house is stable and structurally sound; you won’t need to be worried about other structural issues like roof warping or twisted framing.
If you’ve noticed cracks in your foundation, or any other common signs of foundation damage, call WCK Foundation Repair for a free estimate. For over 30 years WCK has been repairing homes in south Louisiana with the only proven method to combat the effects of our area’s unique soil.