Jack Up Your House
Are you located at a flood prone area and you are not ready to face storage of excessive floodwater in your basement? Are your worried that your crawl space will not be enough to face the consequences of flood? Well, then sit and back and relax. We, W.A Building Movers have taken the responsibility to make your houses a safe home. One of our many services includes House lifting and House elevation. House lifting refers to the jacking of the house higher above the ground to prevent your house from the collateral damages of flood. We take actions only after a keen analysis of everything. Even if your house is on a block foundation, our geologists will check if your soil needs pilling or jack up your house and then proceed with certain necessary steps. Our team is instructed to make sure that the project we undertake do not requires any overlapping work.
During the days of winters, anybody barely think of the circumstances that are going to appear in the monsoon season. On the other hand, during monsoon season, among many places in the world, the cities look like as if it has shifted on a river which has no edges or bank. Sometimes, monsoon can get brutally destructive to even wash away houses so what are we? However, if you reside in a location which is susceptible to excessive rain and flood, lifting your house should be a prime concern to all of you. However, don’t worry if your house is not flood ready. Leave that on to us. Be it repairing or jack up your house, we provide services assuring that you and your family could live rest assured during the heavy rainfall and flood.
House JackUp – Going up!
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