Crumbling Foundations Repair in Pennsylvania
Most homeowners will pay around $4,179 to repair foundation issues. Major repairs involving hydraulic piers can cost $10,000 or more, and minor cracks cost as low as $500. The typical homeowner pays between $1,836 and $6,580. Upwards of 35,000 homes in a radius of Stafford Springs, Connecticut, are facing the potential for a failed concrete foundation due to the possible presence of a naturally occurring iron sulfide, pyrrhotite, in their concrete foundation. Homeowners are eligible to receive reimbursement for both visual and core testing on the same property. However, each house is eligible for reimbursement for only one visual examination and one set of core tests. For full details on the program and an application for reimbursement, visit: www.foundationtesting.org or contact CRCOG.
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