Bracket Foundation Support Systems Blog

French Drains Help Foundations with Too Much Standing Water

It’s the fall season. Time for raking leaves, cleaning gutters, and putting away patio furniture. As you are working in the yard, if you notice small puddles of water even though it hasn’t rained in a few days, you might need a french drain to protect your found .... Read more...

October 10th, 2012 by Ben Brackett | No Comments »

Expansive Soil Around Your Foundation Needs a Soaker Hose in Dry Hot Weather

Summertime brings days and weeks of endless sunshine and brief rain showers. While homeowners water to protect their lawn, trees, plants and shrubs, they often forget to water one of their most important investments: their home. By forgetting to care for the foundation of t .... Read more...

June 29th, 2012 by Brackett Foundation Repairs | No Comments »

How to Protect New Home Construction from Foundation Failure

Can new home construction be protected from foundation failure? In an earlier blog post we listed three reasons why new homes can have foundation failures and explained why you need to hire a soils engineer to evaluate your house plot before building. If the engineer deter .... Read more...

November 18th, 2010 by Brackett Foundation Repairs | No Comments »

Ben Brackett, President of Brackett