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Cost of Jacking up a House Foundation Pennsylvania

The areas where flood and water damages occur often need the lifting of their foundation to avoid such losses. This process of lifting the house from the foundation is called jacking up the house. The jacking makes use of various portable devices to raise or lift heavy objects by using hydraulic and pumping mechanisms by the foundation experts. Definitely, this is not the cheaper option if anyone has decided to raise their foundation.

The national average cost of jacking up a house foundation is about 5,000 dollars. If the room is minimally small, then the cost will be at least 300 dollars.

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Reasons for House JackUp a House

Jacking Up a home is a great way to add space and increase value without taking away square footage from your yard. It’s also a surprisingly economical way to approach a change to your living space, as it avoids the costs of selling and purchasing a new home. Typical reasons include: Excavating a new basement Adding headroom and increasing current basement functionality Adding another story to the home Repairing an old or deteriorating foundation Protecting against or retrofitting for flooding House JackUp
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