That time of year is approaching fast. Midwest Foundation Supply is gearing up to attend the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Downtown Kansas City. We would love to have a helping hand in making a Big Impression for the Foundation Repair Industry. Last year We took 3rd Place. For being only our First Parade under our belt, We were stoked! So join us this year to grab that First Prize Trophy!
|Posted by Michael Scott on 2/28/2019||Read More|
With all this freeze and thaw, sump pump discharges can freeze and burst. The best thing to do is unplug the sump pump during the overnight freeze and plug back in when the temp rises in the afternoon. Remember you can unplug your pump while leaving the charging systems for battery back up still plugged in. If you have questions on how you can message us on facebook
|Posted by Dave Newcomb on 2/25/2019||Read More|
Cold weather does affects concrete foundations. If you live a cold climate with freezing temperatures, cold weather can have a major impact on concrete foundations. A cracked concrete foundation can result to leaks, wall cracks, and other structural damage. Uncovered foundations that are exposed to the air can freeze the ground several feet, causing frost heave under pavements, homes and buildings.
|Posted by Dave Newcomb on 2/6/2019||Read More|