8 REASONS MICHIGAN HOMEOWNERS TRUST KENT HOME SERVICES
With no shortage of "fly-by-night" companies and one-man shows, it can be a frustrating task to find a reputable contractor to help with your foundation problems. Kent Home Services stands out as Michigan's premiere choice for many reasons, but here are a few highlights:
A+ BBB Rating
Free, No-Obligation Estimates
Fully Licensed & Insured
Trustworthy, Respectful Crews
Experts in Home & Commercial Repair
Efficient / Minimally-Invasive Repairs
3 Generations Serving Michigan Homeowners
Protect Your Home's Value
It's difficult to sell homes with sinking foundations, leaking basements, or cracked driveways. Beyond the structural concerns of soil instability or the health concerns of mold entering a basement or crawl space, your home is likely your largest investment. We aim to protect your home's value and appearance, and to help ensure you don't encounter obstacles should you sell your home in the future.
Kent Home Services News & Updates
There are many opinions on the best time to pour new concrete. Factors like temperature and weather play a role, as do environmental factors (like salt falling from vehicles during winter months. read more...
Depending on your experience with construction, tools, and available time, going the DIY route may not be impossible. But is it the smartest way to go? Let's discuss your foundation type, the symptoms of the problem, and determine if DIY or a professional is right for you. One thing is sure: The problem will not fix itself... read more...
There are many opinions on the best time to pour new concrete. Factors like temperature and weather play a role, as do environmental factors (like salt falling from vehicles during winter months.) First, let’s start with the factors that affect the strength of concrete. read more...
Excessive water runoff is one of the chief causes of erosion of the subgrade beneath your home’s sidewalks, driveways and patios. If the erosion continues over the long run, it can leave you with sunken, uneven concrete – and trip hazards that make it difficult to use your property to its fullest extent. read more...