Should I Fix My Crack If I’m Selling My House? Yes!
If you are planning on selling your home, it is required by law that you disclose any known defects.
Since foundation cracks are one of the most common repair items noticed during the listing process, The Crack Wizard strongly advises having your foundation cracks corrected prior to putting your home on the market.
The Crack Wizard understands the concerns facing both sellers and buyers when it comes to foundation related symptoms, and we can minimize stress and provide peace of mind when it comes to repairing foundation cracks. Because we work closely with many top Realtors and home inspectors, The Crack Wizard knows the significance of providing timely, affordable repairs backed by our Lifetime of the Structure ‘Crack Wizard Warranty’.
The Crack Wizard Lifetime Warranty guarantees our repairs against future leakage for as long as your home is standing.
Plus, The Crack Wizard Warranty Certificate is named by the property address, so the repairs are covered under warranty by whoever is living in the home at any given time. And as an added feature, The Crack Wizard Warranty is transferable at no charge, regardless of changes in ownership. There are never re-inspection or transfer fees with The Crack Wizard. More importantly, by not making the repairs before the house is put on the market, sellers make themselves vulnerable to unnecessary bids that could cost thousands of dollars.
By proactively addressing foundation cracks before a house is put on the market, you will eliminate the risk of buyers and/or inspectors noting symptoms that could disrupt an otherwise smooth transaction.
Finally, for additional savings, ask about our ‘Realtor Discount Program’ if you got our name from your real estate agent. The Crack Wizard says…”For A Crack In Your Wall, Give The Wizard A Call”.