Potential Structural and Property Damage
As with any structural and property repair such as foundation repair, there is a high risk of miscalculation, damage, and other side effects from inexperience. The services we provide require years of training and experience to prevent mishaps and damage. With costly projects such as foundation repair, it’s not a situation where you want or can afford to make a mistake.
Possible Failure to Pass Inspection During Resale
If your home doesn’t pass a complete home inspection by a professional home inspector, then they can prevent you from selling your home. If your DIY foundation repairs are sloppy or lacking in any number of specifications, home inspectors can determine your foundation to be sub-par, which can affect how easy it is for your to sell your home.
Every home buyer want a house that they can trust. Something as basic as a foundation is one of the top priorities of home buyer decisions. If you can’t trust the foundation of the home, then the value of the house drops rapidly because of all the potential problems it can create throughout your home.
You Might Not Have Foundation Damage
Without a thorough foundation inspection, you can be sure whether the cracks in your walls, floors, or uneven flooring is actually caused by foundation damage. There are various causes that can be the underlying issue.
If you attempt to adjust the beams of your home without knowing for sure that it’s the problem, you could cause extensive and costly damages that would need repairs by a professional foundation company even faster than originally anticipated. By hiring a professional foundation expert to confirm that you do have foundation damage or not, you can prevent causing additional damage from a do-it-yourself repair. Our foundation repair specialists have the training, experience, tools, and necessary skills to recognize foundation and other related problem, their causes, and offer the best solution.