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Georgia
Acworth GA - Alpharetta GA  -Atlanta GA -  Americus - Austell - Bainbridge - Belvedere Park - Brunswick - Buford - Cairo -
Calhoun - Canton - Carrollton - Cartersville - Cedartown - Centerville  - Chamblee - College Park - Conyers - Cordele - Covington -
Dallas - Dalton - Dawson  - Decatur - Doraville - Douglas - Douglasville - Druid Hills - Dublin - Duluth GA - Eatonton  - East Point
GA - Evans - Fairburn - Fayetteville - Forest Park - Fort Oglethorpe - Fort Stewart - Garden City  - Gresham Park - Griffin -
Hinesville - Hinesville - Jesup - Kennesaw GA - Kingsland - Lawrenceville GA - Lilburn - Lithia Springs - Loganville GA - Macon
GA - Mableton - Martinez - Milledgeville  - Monroe - Moultrie - Mountain Park - Newnan - Norcross GA - North Decatur - North
Druid Hills  - Panthersville - Peachtree City GA - Perry - Pooler GA - Powder Springs - Richmond Hill - Rincon - Riverdale GA -
Rome - Saint Marys - Saint Simons - Snellville - Statesboro - Stockbridge - Sugar Hill - Suwanee - Thomaston - Thomasville - Tifton
- Toccoa - Tucker - Union City - Vidalia - Villa Rica - Waycross, GA - Wilmington Island - Winder - Woodstock

South Carolina
Aiken, SC - Anderson, SC - Beaufort, SC - Bennettsville, SC - Berea, SC - Cayce, SC - Charleston, SC - Clemson, SC - Clinton, SC -
Columbia, SC - Conway, SC - Dentsville, SC - Easley, SC - Florence, SC - Forest Acres, SC - Gaffney, SC - Gantt, SC - Georgetown, SC
- Goose Creek, SC - Greenville, SC - Greenwood, SC - Greer, SC - Hanahan, SC - Hilton Head Island, SC - Irmo, SC - Ladson, SC -
Lancaster, SC - Laurens, SC - Lexington, SC - Mauldin, SC - Mount Pleasant, SC - Myrtle Beach, SC - Newberry, SC - North
Augusta, SC - North Charleston, SC - North Myrtle Beach, SC - Orangeburg, SC - Parker, SC - Rock Hill, SC - Simpsonville, SC -
Socastee, SC - Spartanburg, SC - Summerville, SC - Sumter, SC - Taylors, SC - Union, SC - Wade Hampton, SC - West Columbia, SC
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                  WHAT QUESTIONS SHOULD YOU ASK A FOUNDATION REPAIR CONTRACTOR?


  1. How long have you been in the foundation repair business?
  2. Describe how you will evaluate my problem – what procedures will you perform when you visit my property?
  3. How do you determine if my foundation has experienced damage or movement?
  4. Why has my foundation experienced damage or movement?
  5. Will your repair plan solve the problem?
  6. What is different about your method of repair?
  7. How can I verify your company’s reputation? Do you have references?
  8. Describe your repair method – how will my landscape, interior or exterior finishes be affected?
  9. Do I have to vacate the property?


WHAT TYPE OF FOUNDATION DO I HAVE?

The type of foundation your home may have varies from area to area across the United States. Some homes are constructed with a
concrete perimeter foundation and wood interior floor, while others may have a concrete foundation and a concrete floor. Some of
the more typical foundation designs in the southeast are pier and beam, crawl space, basement, and concrete slab.

HOW MUCH DOES THE AVERAGE REPAIR COST?

Although the average  cost of  our crawl space foundation repairs in Georgia and South Carolina this year has been $2,333, there is
no such thing as an “average cost.” This is because each individual problem is unique, and what is required to repair your home
likely will not be what is required to repair your neighbor’s home. Once we have assessed your problem, the height of the crawl
space, the square feet of your home, and the location of the project - only then can an accurate estimated cost be given.

HOW SOON CAN I OBTAIN AN ESTIMATE?

After we receive your request for an inspection, it generally takes 1 business day for our estimator to receive the report and call
you to set an appointment. After our estimator visits your property and gathers technical information, we can usually issue a
proposed plan of repair and a cost estimate immediately. In cases with significant problems, additional testing or investigations
may be required which could delay the estimate process.

WILL FOUNDATION REPAIRS MAKE THE CRACKS IN MY WALLS BETTER OR WORSE?

Raising your home in areas that have severe settlement will often cause slight cracks. Our jacking system maximizes the positive
results achieved by lifting the foundation. However, the goal of the repairs is usually to prevent additional settlement from
occurring and to level the structure.

SHOULD I HAVE MY FOUNDATION REPAIRS COMPLETED PRIOR TO OR AFTER REMODELING OR MAKING
ADDITIONS TO MY HOME?

No repairs, remodeling, alterations or additions should be made until the foundation has been evaluated, and if needed, repaired.
Thousands of dollars are lost each year by homeowners due to construction work being undertaken prior to foundation repairs.

ARE YOUR CONSULTANTS PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS?

Our consultants are not engineers. However, they are extensively trained and experienced in foundation design and evaluation.
Our repair plans are based on local codes and structural engineering practices.

WHEN SHOULD I HIRE AN ENGINEER?

You should hire an engineer if you do not feel your home has been professionally analyzed or if you are not comfortable with the
repair plan recommendations. If your home’s foundation problem is unusual in some regard or we have specific concerns, we may
suggest that you retain an engineer to assist in deciding on a plan of repair.

WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CAUSES OF FOUNDATION MOVEMENT?

There are many causes of foundation movement, but expansion or contraction of expansive clay soils, termite, and water damage
are the leading causes. Soil expansion results from the clay soil’s absorption of moisture, causing an upward movement of the
foundation called heave. When the clay soil loses moisture, the soil shrinks in mass causing part of the foundation to move
downward or settle.


WHAT SIGNS INDICATE THAT I HAVE FOUNDATION PROBLEMS?

The most visible signs of movement or problems with your foundation are cracks in your exterior brick or interior sheet rock, doors
out of square or sticking and windows that are hard to open or shut. You may also see separation of walls or trim around window
frames or doors jams and have floors with significant slope. These are only a few signs of foundation problems.


DO WE SUB-CONTRACT OUR WORK?

We do not use any sub-contractors in performing any foundation repair or structural work. In some instances, we may have an
HVAC, electrical, plumbing or masonry sub contractor, if the project dictates the involvement of other trades.

Commonly Asked Questions about Foundation Repair

Below are a few commonly asked questions. Contact us if you have any other questions or want
additional information about our crawl space foundation repair services.
(404) 784-4301
Atlanta, Ga
(843) 303-1266
South Carolina
(912) 631-2115
Savannah, Ga
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