How To Level A House Professionally
- Steel push piers – These piers are pushed into the soil below your foundation one section at a time. Once they reach strong enough soil, hydraulic jacks lift your home back to the maximum practical level or the ultimate amount of lift required before your home experiences any unnecessary damage.
- Helical piers – These piers are twisted into the soil below your foundation like corkscrews. Just like push piers, once they reach strong soil, hydraulic jacks lift and level your home.
Can You Level A Home Yourself?
Is It Hard To Level A House?
That’s why we wrote this article. Our goal is to inform you on what to expect before foundation repair experts inspect your home. This information will also help you decide who to call if your home has foundation problems. Read more: The Most Common Signs Of Foundation Problems.
How Much Does It Cost To Level A House?
A depth clause states their piers will only go to a certain level below your foundation until each extra foot costs you more money, doubling the price of your project. This means that if stronger soil is 50 feet below your foundation, but the company’s piers will only reach 25 at a base price, that extra 25 feet will end up on your bill. Companies like The Real Seal do not have depth clauses.