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In my last blog, I described the state of the building when we first encountered it. To review the previous blog entry, click HERE.
For the last 12 months, we have had the opportunity to work on an industrial building that was severely distressed. Several parts of the building had sunk 15”, or more, and are continuing at more.
Are your home’s historic, original floors stopping you from fixing your crawl space supports? We can help.
You are about to buy a home that has had foundation repairs recently. Is it Ok to buy? It depends. It depends on whether things were done right; more importantly, it depends on whether the right.
In my last blog (https://www.foundationaz.com/blog/crawlspace-support-failure-repair-complications), I discussed the crawlspace failures and the difficulty in repairing with conventional.
Over the last few years, we have witnessed many crawl spaces with unstable shoring under the floor. Much of it was never properly designed or installed. Many homes have drooping or sagging floor.
I often hear people make statements about foundation movement that are not rooted in the reality of soil mechanics. Statements such as: