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At Foundation Systems of Michigan, our goal is to educate customers to help them better understand the problems they are experiencing at their home, and what approach is necessary to solve the problem permanently. Please explore this resource center for helpful information on a variety of problems that could be affecting your foundation.

Homeowners are naturally alarmed to see cracks in their foundation walls. After all, those walls are holding up their house! Some minor cracking i...

Residential foundations vary widely from one home to another. While some builders prefer basements or slab foundations, others prefer a crawlspace&nda...

    Choosing the best home improvement solution can be a complicated process. Especially when it comes to something as important as...

  While spring showers bring May flowers, the change in the weather may also bring severe storms. A reliable sump pump with a battery back...

Water in your basement for many homeowners is a common occurrence. Even though it can be frustrating, it does not necessarily imply your home was...

As the temperatures drop and Michigan’s cold weather starts to settle in, it’s time for homeowners to start thinking about preparing t...

With the coming Spring Thaw, and massive amounts of snow on the ground across Michigan, many homeowners are concerned about the impact of all that mel...

Crawlspace water problems are very common, and something we get a lot of calls about.  Moisture affects a majority of homes built with a craw...

Michigan residents have seen a lot of precipitation in the past few months, and some areas, particularly Western Michigan, suffered record rainfal...

Basements are prone to leaks and water damage, necessitating the need for homeowners to hire waterproofing contractors to fix their problem.  How...

The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has arrived in Metro Detroit and has closed many schools and businesses across the eastern US. As one of the bigg...

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas.  It comes from the natural decay of uranium that is found in nearly all soils. If it is prese...