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Foundation Jacks for Houses New Jersey

We are getting this question a lot. if you have a home and the home is settled and you’re going to lift the home now to meet new Fema regulations and replace your foundation should you level your home.

It can create a lot of other alternative or exterior repairs interior repairs because what happens when you level out your home your home most likely the settlement has happened over the years of the house maybe the first couple years and it’s continued over time and you’ve rebuilt your house to different elevations within the home so if we go to level your house and put this down and a perfectly square foundation you’re gonna find that you are a lot of stress cracks maybe some sheet rock cracks some spider cracks.

It’s a window and door adjustments that will exist in the house so it’s up to you however if you leave the home basically at the different elevation points that existed when it was currently at lower elevation on the ground at that same kind of elevation marks in the air you will find you’ll have a lot less problems coming forward a lot less corrections to make within the house again

Foundation Leveling

Over time your home’s foundation can begin to fail.There are numerous reasons for this including excess moisture, soil issues, a foundation that was not designed to support the weight of your home effectively, and more. Your home’s entire weight sits on its foundation, so these problems can cause it to sink or sag. Both interior and exterior damage can occur and become increasingly serious.Foundation Leveling

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