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STRENGTHEN AND RESTORE YOUR HOME WITH PROFESSIONAL STRUCTURAL REPAIR SOLUTIONS.

TRUST US TO REPAIR AND STABILIZE YOUR HOME.

MAIN SUPPORT BEAM REPAIR
     -Drop Girders
     -Flush Girders


FULL FLOOR REPLACEMENT
     -From the Subfloor Down


FLOOR JOIST REPAIR
     -Including I-Joists


SECONDARY SUPPORT BEAMS


SUBFLOOR REPAIR


SILL PLATE REPAIR


WALL PLATE REPAIR

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • Signs of structural issues in a home can include cracks in walls, floors, or ceilings; uneven or sagging floors; doors or windows that stick or no longer close properly; bowing or leaning walls; and visible signs of structural damage or foundation movement and settling.

  • Structural problems can result from various factors. Moisture-related structural damage can stem from various sources, including water infiltration through cracks or leaks in the foundation, high humidity levels promoting mold and mildew growth, inadequate ventilation leading to condensation buildup, and prolonged exposure to moisture from plumbing leaks or groundwater seepage.

  • The cost of structural repairs can vary widely depending on the extent of repair needed, ranging from minimal repairs to full floor tear-outs and replacements. As repair needs increase, so does the cost, which can be categorized into three stages: minimal, medium, and major.

    Minimal: Often unnoticed, like a few joists damaged by termites or water, or needing extra support for heavy items. Costs range from $3,000 to $10,000.

    Medium: More noticeable, with signs like cracks in drywall or doors not closing properly. Costs range from $10,000 to $25,000.

    Major: Extensive damage visible inside the home, requiring full floor tear-out and replacement. Costs range from $25,000 and up.

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  • Yes, structural problems typically worsen over time if left unaddressed, potentially leading to more extensive damage, compromised safety, and decreased property value. Prompt evaluation and repair by a qualified professional can help prevent further deterioration.

  • Various methods are used to repair home structures, each addressing specific issues for stability and integrity. Main Support Beam Repair covers Drop and Flush Girders, crucial for even weight distribution. Floor Joist Repair targets different joist types like I-Joists for stability. Secondary Support Beams reinforce the framework. Subfloor Repair ensures a solid foundation, while Sill Plate Repair anchors framing securely. Wall Plate Repair maintains wall alignment and support. Full Floor Replacement addresses damage from the Subfloor down, providing comprehensive solutions. These methods effectively tackle structural issues, ensuring long-lasting durability.

  • The duration of structural repair depends on the complexity of the issues and the chosen repair methods. In some cases, homeowners may need to temporarily vacate during major structural repairs, while minor repairs may allow for continued occupancy with minimal disruption.

  • Structural repairs typically require specialized knowledge, equipment, and expertise, so it's advisable to hire a professional contractor experienced in such repairs. Attempting DIY structural repairs without proper training can lead to further damage and safety hazards.

  • Addressing structural issues in a home can increase its value by restoring structural integrity, enhancing safety, and preventing further damage. Additionally, potential buyers often view a structurally sound home more favorably, which can positively impact resale value.

  • Homeowners insurance typically covers structural damage resulting from sudden and unforeseen events, such as a burst pipe causing foundation damage. However, insurance may not cover damage resulting from long-term neglect or lack of maintenance. Check with your insurance provider to see what your policy covers. 

Does your home seem like it is falling apart from the ground up? Delaying structural repair can lead to risky consequences. Your home's safety and integrity are our priority, we have professional repair solutions to help you restore your home.

VISIBLE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE?
When you are under your home in the crawl space, you may notice rotting wood, mold, damaged joists or other support elements. This is an indicator that you are in need of critical structural repair.

SAGGING OR UNEVEN FLOORS?

If the floors in your home are no longer level or have noticeable sagging, it may indicate structural issues caused by weakened supports or damaged materials under your home.

DOORS THAT WON'T CLOSE?

Difficulty in opening or closing doors is often a red flag for structural issues. When the foundation shifts or settles, it can cause misalignments, affecting the operation of doors.

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