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 House Raising New JerseyFor more information about getting your house raised or any other aspect of construction, please feel free to contact us via e-mail at or call our office at 908-654-8227/888-236-8398. We look forward to hearing from you.

We’re talking about raised house foundation design a few basic reasons why we’re going to use raised house foundation design one is when we lift a home you cannot take the home and move it off of its current footprint to be able to install wood piles past that it will be because your current soil conditions are poor and you need local plows to be able to create will say a greater base for you.

I’m going to build your final foundation to rest your home on Youku piles can go down anywhere from 00 feet.
Basically the options are unlimited most times most of these homes are going helical pile and then you will build your foundation on top of those helical piles they can be expensive they can range from 800 to 200 per points.

This is a very important part of the building process if you’re going to do all this work to rebuild your home once lifted and your soil is poor this must be designed by a licensed and engineer and or an architect to be able to go through the permit process in the town to meet really have your own approved and to move on to the next step to be able to install these piles once the house has been lifted in place another thing for this is that you can lift the home and install these helical piles under the home while it is currently lifted whereas in wood piles the home must be moved off the footprint so you can install a while the home is off of its footprint.

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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 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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