Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Foundation Repair projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 13 Foundation Repair projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Foundation Repair Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $91,000.00 with a per project average of $7,000.00.
Hi! I'm considering buying a house, built in 1890, with an addition put on many years later. There's a partial basement, but under the addition, there's only a crawlspace. The corner of the addition appears to have sunk a fair bit - perhaps 3-6 inches, but I'm not sure. Certainly it's visible looking at it from the outside, and the cupboards and floor are pretty obviously slanted on the inside too.
I know that the owner just put weeping tile around the house. What I don't know is if the foundation is continuing to sink, and before I made the decision to buy or not, I'd love to get a sense of what it might cost to fix it.
So here are my questions:
Does weeping tile typically stop a foundation from sinking more?
Is it possible to re-lift a whole corner of the house and re-build the footing? How much would that cost?
How much does it cost to simply re-level a floor - (likely by taking it down to the beams) - about 200 square feet, with the rough part being maybe 100 square feet?
I know we're not working with a lot of specifics here, but any rough estimates would be great!
I am interested in purchasing a property that looks to have significant foundation problems.
I wanted to get some quotes on the repair of the foundation.
I would like to have what exactly is being done, materials used, material cost, labour cost, duration foundation will take to fix, date you can start, how long is the work guaranteed for and are you insured.
I'm suspecting that I may have a foundation issue and would like to know if you can give me a quote about how much it would cost to fix. The front porch was enclosed using brick and the interior wall was taken down to enlarge the living area. I've noticed that there is a crack on the side of the interior wall, that the floor is saging a bit and that the outside bricks have a gap. I'm concerned that there is no foundation underneath. I'd like to have it inspected either Thursday or Friday.
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