When it comes to the safety of your home, no other part plays as much as a vital role as our foundation. As we all know, it’s what started our home and what keeps it upright even through dangerous weather

But a foundation can also be dangerous, as damaged ones can lead to outright disasters  and accidents. So to make sure your foundation is safe and solid, we here at Disaster Restoration Pros have made a small list of signs that your foundation is in dire need of some repairs. 

Foundation cracks. 

The most common and easiest to find a problem for your foundation is to see if it has any cracks. These foundation cracks can be either big or small, so make sure to keep a close eye on them. 

They are usually caused by water damages and the expansion of heat, so if you live in a rainy area then you better double check your walls, ceilings, and even the floor to make sure there aren’t any cracks there. 

Foundation settling or sinking. 

Have you ever noticed that your foundation has been somewhat imbalanced? Like, one side is lower than the other? Then that, my friend is a clear sign of foundation settling or sinking

If you notice this in your home, then immediately call professionals like us to check it  out. It is a serious foundation dilemma caused by water damages, so if you notice this, then call us here at Disaster Restoration Pros

Doors that stick or won’t open properly. 

Lastly, a quick and easy sign to see that your foundation requires repairs is when you notice that your interior or exterior doors have problems opening or closing, or are getting stuck entirely. 

This is due to water damages or just moisture in general, causing the soil below your home to sink and then expand due to heat. When you notice this, then you already have a good idea who to call! 


Those are just a few simple signs that can help you out in determining whether or not your foundation needs repairs or not. The best way to go about this is by calling us here at Disaster Restoration Pros for the best foundation repairs this side of St. Louis!