Foundation Repair is a phrase you hear might hear tossed around a lot, whether by homeowners, realtors, contractors, or other folks with something at stake. If you own a home or business in East Alabama, you’ve likely seen the negative effects of someone neglecting their structural problems, or deciding that it was just too expensive to engage in professional foundation repair. Many contractors consider this type of work beneath them (no pun intended). But believe it or not, there are contractors who specialize in this exact type of work. If anyone is going to be successful at contracting foundational repair work for homeowners and business owners. FoundationRX is that type of contractor. We take pride in restoring what would otherwise be lost to the elements. If you want to know how much foundation repairs cost in East Alabama, call the pros from FoundationRX for a FREE on-site assessment.
While an experienced homeowner may be able to pull some short-term solutions that might give the appearance of stabilizing a troubled foundation, you can likely count on your foundation repair costs having a comma somewhere. Professional solutions for East Alabama homeowners can cost anywhere from $3,000 to $15,000 or more, depending on the elements involved, and the methods utilized for repair. Obviously, repairing a commercial structure that is multiple floors high would run a much steeper bill than for homeowners in our area. But neither cost is as much as the cost of losing your home, or losing your commercial building. Tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost property will always pale in comparison to structural repair or foundation repair costs, regardless of the extremes. If you need a professional assessment of your foundation, don’t hesitate! Call FoundationRX today!
With an average cost that ranges between $4,000 and $9,000 dollars, with an upside of $15,000 or more, home foundation repair doesn’t come cheap. But it could save your home, and your investment in the future. Crack repairs, depending on the severity, could be fixed by injecting epoxy either directly into the crevasse, or drilling on either side of the crack, and cross-connecting the two separated wall pieces. If the direct injection method can be used successfully, you could actually escape with a very inexpensive repair cost, sometimes even as low as $1,000 or less. But if your home needs a more involved process to salvage its structural integrity, like helical pier installation, could run you $1,000 or more per pier, plus any excavation, installation, and auxiliary costs (like for landscaping replacement). So if an average home needs between 8 and 15 piers, you’re talking $8,000 to $15,000, right out of the gate. While there are many other repair methods possible for foundations and structures, FoundationRX will always give you the highest total value, and the highest total ROI of any local foundation repair company. Call today to schedule a FREE on-site assessment of your foundation repair needs.