Foundation Repair Cost
Quality of Materials, Size & Complexity are All Factors In Foundation Repair Costs
Some foundations that are in need of attention do not require much repair work. They can be fixed more as a preventative measure than a reactionary one. If the foundation problem has been ignored, however, then costs quickly escalate because other issues tend to show up
While many foundation repair problems are alike, each one requires a customized solution to provide the best value and long term performance. Accepting anything less than a permanent customized solution is risking a less than permanent repair. We take pride in maing the costs of these repairs as clear and easy to understand as we possuibly can, our reputation relies upon it.
To assist you in deciding if one of our permanent solutions is right for you, our contractors provide free foundation repair quotes. Each quote includes an on-site inspection, professional assessment of your foundation problem and a detailed quote that we build with you for your home. To schedule a free quote, contact us today!
Foundation Repair Solutions
Settling problems of an older home will require a foundation engineer's expert opinion. For example, adding piers to stop further cracks in your foundation, without skilled advice, could cause the pressure to shift elsewhere creating a worsened situation. Costs will vary greatly depending on the problems and solutions recommended, but hiring an expert could save you money on hasty, unnecessary and expensive mistakes.
Underpinning is done using steel push piers, helical piers, helical tieback anchors, and plate anchors. The products used by My Foundation Repair and Waterproofing are all made by Earth Contact Products (ECP), the leading manufacturer of foundation repair and basement waterproofing products in the industry. Using an experienced professional that uses only the best products made, you can be assured that once the repair is done, it will last for many years to come.
On average foundation repairs will cost between $6,000 and $12,000, depending on the problem and the right solution. Settling foundations tend to be the most costly, while leaning, bowing walls or cracked walls generally are less expensive. The key to not wasting money is in hiring experts that have the education, equipment and ethics required to permanently repair your home.