People always want to know how much foundation repair is going to cost them, and rightfully so. Your home is perhaps the biggest single investment you’ll make in your lifetime. Our experts are happy to give a quote regarding your unique foundation
repair needs, and on-site assessments of your situation are always free. And while there will undoubtedly be some costs involved in repairing your home’s foundation, it will always pale in comparison to the costs of ignoring your foundation repair
needs. If your home collapses due to a combination of foundation problems and your own negligence, you could easily be left with nothing. FoundationRX has financing partners who are willing to help you, especially if major problems have driven the
costs of foundation repair upwards. When you factor in the fact that all foundation repairs with FoundationRX come with a Transferrable Life of Structure Warranty, it could literally be one of the wisest financial decisions of your life to get your
necessary foundational repairs from FoundationRX.
There are plenty of pros and cons to most of the choices you make when your foundation needs help, especially if you’re choosing to take action instead of ignoring your problems. Money isn’t the only issue if you’re facing the decision of whether
you should replace or repair your foundation. By this point, you have likely sought professional advice regarding the status of your foundation, and have heard their assessments on how dire your situation actually is. As many home foundation repair
experts will tell you, it takes a lot of cons to make replacing your foundation more appealing than repairing it. When you choose to replace the foundation of a contractor-built home, you’re likely to have to do things like raise, lift, or jack up
the house before you can do anything below. In our neck of the woods, just lifting a house can cost upwards of $40,000. To lift an average house and replace the foundation could run up to $100,000, depending on square footage and job difficulty
factors. Not to mention that the amount of risks you take by lifting and replacing are monumental in comparison to the risks of repairing your foundation. Each house is unique, and the desires of each homeowner are different. So if you’re wondering
whether you should replace or repair your foundation, we urge you to seek professional advice, and start by calling FoundationRX for a FREE on-site assessment of your needs!
We have found that when people ask, “What is Foundation Repair?”, they’re really asking what their options are for repairing the foundation or restoring the structural integrity of their home, business, or other building. There are literally too
many structural repair options to list, but we believe these to be the ones that most folks inquire about. If you’re ready to see if Foundation Repair is right for you, don’t hesitate! Contact FoundationRX for a FREE on-site assessment.
For an unstable or even a collapsing foundation, a foundation repair expert might recommend channel anchors to stabilize bowing or tilting walls.
Crawl Space Support Posts
If you have sagging floor joists, girders, or other structural problems in your crawl space, support posts might be the solution you need.
These steel foundational pins are sturdy and supportive in situations where the soil has been compromised underneath a structure.
Insultation Whether you need exterior foundation insulation repair, or you need to insulate your basement or crawl space, we can help.
A pier system of any kind is a noteworthy investment in the foundation of your home, business, or other building.
In certain circumstances, push piers can be the only thing keeping a structure from crumbling at the foundation.
A pier slab foundation repair job can provide stability to your concrete slab, interior walls, and all your other foundational parts.