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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

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House lifting



House lifting is the process of separating a building from its foundation and temporarily lifting it with hydraulic screw jacks. The process is the first step in structure relocation in which the building is moved to a different location.

House raising

House raising allows you to increase livable space without having to move.House raising can be a less invasive construction process and cost less (than new construction) because you are not disrupting what exists on upper floors.

Foundation Repair

Foundation Repair and cracking can present significant structural problems for your home along with a reduction in the home’s value. Repairing the foundation of a home is time sensitive—if not repaired quickly, it can lead to additional problems that are unrepairable, and the structure will be unsafe to live in.

Underpinning

Underpinning is the process of strengthening the foundation of an existing building or other structure. Underpinning may be necessary for a variety of reasons: The original foundation isn’t strong or stable enough. The usage of the structure has changed.

House Leveling

House leveling is a term used to describe the process of lifting a home as close to its original state as possible. Leveling a house is usually accomplished by performing foundation repair. A home that is sinking at one end or multiple places likely has a structural problem.

Equipment & Storage.

Heavy Equipment & Storage space is a must-have for your super heavy and awkwardly sized equipment, parts, tools, and machinery. WA conveniently store heavy equipment and bulk items from floor to ceiling.

Pyrrhotite Problems

If pyrite or pyrrhotite are present in the rocks underneath buildings, the swelling can push on the foundation, walls, and basement floor of the building, causing cracks and other structural damage. In some cases, groundwater can then transport sulfates into the cracked foundation, causing further damage.

Crumbling Foundations

Presence of pyrrhotite in the concrete combined with moisture and oxygen. Critical element is moisture and the interaction of pyrrhotite with moisture and oxygen. Homes with small amounts of pyrrhotite (less than 0.3%) still can experience crumbling foundations.

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