by Lee Wyatt
(last updated October 30, 2015)
If there is any part of the home that truly lives up to the old adage of "Out of sight, out of mind," then it has got to be the foundation. In fact, many people do not ever really think about their foundation, until they find themselves faced with costly repairs. No one likes to really think about it, but foundation repairs are a necessary evil that we all have to face unless we are wanting to see our money go down the drain.
Foundation repairs though can be kept to a minimum, if we know what to look for. To that end, here are some simple guidelines that anyone can use to help minimize foundation repairs in their home.
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