Front of the Home
Front of the home. The back and sides of the home have multiple foundation cracks ranging from minor to severe.
This shot shows multiple wall cracks of varying sizes. Even these cracks can cause major foundation issues if left unchecked.
Cracks Near a Window
Image showing multiple cracks including on near the basement window.
Cracks in Different Directions
This picture shows both a vertical crack and horizontal crack in this foundation.
Large Crack By Another Window
One of the largest foundation cracks is pictured here next to this window.
Large Vertical Crack
This image shows a very large vertical crack along with some crumbling along the bottom of the wall.
Closeup of the Crack
Closeup to show just how large this crack really is. Cracks of this size can be very dangerous for a home.
Smaller Window Crack
A smaller crack by another window. Cracks like this can let in anything from water to damp outside air which will raise your energy costs.
Thin Vertical Crack
A thin vertical crack, one of many in this house's foundation.
Group of Thin Cracks
A group of thin cracks in another area. There is also some crumbling along the ground line.
Two fairly large vertical cracks with the foundation crumbling between them.
Side of the Home
View of the side of the home showing the location of some of the larger cracks.
Large Crack From Inside
Image of the largest crack by the window from the inside.
Length of the Crack
This image shows just how far the crack extends on the inside of the wall.
Stair-step crack through the cinder block wall.