Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Foundation Repair projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 19 Foundation Repair projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Foundation Repair Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $121,000.00 with a per project average of $6,368.00.
I own a 1974 manufactured home sitting on top of a concrete foundation and the foundation leaks on the one side possibly because of the trees that used to be there when we moved in but have since had removed. I would like to get an estimate on how much it would cost to fix the foundation and the basement is only partially finished where the water had come through this year. I have only owned the home since October 2010 and don't want to do anymore renovations untill the foundation issue has been addressed.
A car hit our house and damaged our foundation, siding, and took out a basement window (see attachment for photos).
Our insurance company has approved repairs for the exterior damage (foundation, siding, and window) and once that's complete we'll need help with interior repairs as well.
We are looking for a general contractor to help us repair our home.
Scope of work:
- repair the foundation as per the engineering report (see attachment)
- replace the vinyl siding on the entire north side of the house
- replace the basement window
- interior repairs to follow as a separate contract (the major damage is in the finished basement but there is also cosmetic damage on the main level)
Please see the attachment for photos, the engineering report, and additional details.
On east wall of basement noticed stain on base boards after moving in. All first summer it felt okay, maybe damp every once in a while. We put a sharpy mark on the edge of stain and noticed no change over course of about 11 months. Now it has been raining hard and the stain has grown and carpet damp with a musty smell. The house is 11 years old and there is a poured concrete walk way around the house.
Just bought a house. The footing in the garage has angled in over the years. The previous owners had raised the garage about a foot. They installed one foot pony walls for the original garage walls to sit on. With the footing angled in, the one foot pony walls have angled out to match the angled in footings. I'm worried the garage will colapse. What can I do? Can the garage be raised up and new footings be poured?
We are getting a fixer upper house and we think there may possibly be a crack in the foundation how would we find out? And how much would it cost for someone to come and do a structural inspection. We aren't sure of the sq footage at the moment but the house is maybe 1950s or earlier. There is a small pile of dirt coming in from behind a well in the unfinished basement and a crack in the ceiling of the upstairs bedroom on the same side we hope there are no cracks but we feel like that is a worst case scenario and want to be safe.
Thank you Ÿ˜Š
I am in the process of selling my home and had an inspection completed, the inspector stated in his report that there is a crack in the foundation... there is no way he would have been able to see a crack as there is 1 foot of parging around the entire house. Mortgage broker requires something in writing stating there is no crack or the mortgage will not go through. If there is a crack I am looking to have it repaired along with the cracked parging around the house. SQ footage is 983. House was built in 1902 and has had an extension added in 1960.
Post your project and let top-rated pros compete to get your business. Compare bids, read real customer reviews and hire the best contractor the first time.Click here to get started