House Raising Austin, Tx
Things to keep in mind before going for a house raising construction
Want to increase your property space?
House Raising Austin is one of the fantastic alternatives to adding variety and space to your property. We get frequent orders from the Austin region to elevate the house level. Mostly the reason is that the area is highly flood-prone. But many people within or outside Austin region are choosing the House raising to add the space and innovativeness to their already constructed property. Moreover, new rules also made house raising compulsory to be eligible for insurance relate to flood damage.
- That is why instead of relocating House Raising Austin is opted by many people. Our team of experienced builders will complete the job. Before raising your property, you need to keep few things in mind to continue with the house rising. Read on!
- You need to talk to our builders for this one. Our builders, after seeing your property will give an estimated height of the property after raising it. You need to look at if the point-slope is raised maximum up to 7.6 m. be careful not to dig your land soil because thee, measurement is taken from the average inside grade.
- Our engineer has the different proposition for construction according to the age of the building. If your house is constructed before 1990, there will be no footing in the foundation like the modern building. Instead, it will be only made up of concrete, gravel, and rocks. The modern’s construction with eight-inch vertical wall and two-foot concrete base can be more easily lifted up.
- If your house already has the half basement, then it needs digging too. The excavations need to be done in case of that. The excavation process is quick but removing dirt could be a messy affair. So better to keep a space allotted where we could accumulate the dirt and then continue with the digging work. After the completion of the work, the height will be of eight feet.
- You also need to replace the sewer pipe. You need to make it more elongated so that it can accommodate more of the space. A portion of the intake line also needs to be removed. We will make sure that your storm drain pipe and the new sewage will be at the same trench.
Keeping certain things in mind beforehand will save a lot of time. So, now you can contact our service and get the most out of every scenario that wants your house to make an elevated one.
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