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
With the installation of this tram system on the Lake Michigan dunes, the Kent Home Services first had to assess the situation. The sand dune that we were scheduled to work on was 350 feet high. The owners of the Lake Michigan property had used a wooden stair railing to access the beach. read more...
Property managers are constantly reviewing and assessing their properties for a variety of building uses, occupants and visitors. Kent Home Services helps property managers with areas of their property that have high pedestrian risk – walkways, driveways, stairwells, entrances, parking decks, loading docks, patios and more. read more...
What does concrete raising look like? Will I be able to see the holes after the raising process?
The entire Kent Home Services team is committed to helping our customers understand the entire concrete repair process. We think it’s important to share the same expectations of the concrete raising process so that you’re completely satisfied with the work on your property. read more...
With the winter season coming soon, you may notice that your basement walls are looking a little...close. Are the walls closing in on you? Bowing and leaning walls in a basement are no joke. They can cause serious damage to your home and foundation if they are not repaired correctly. read more...