Sagging Floors Inside Your Home
You’re not alone. We’ve all experienced it – that one spot in your house where when you step, it’s not quite flat. Maybe it’s the transition from one room to another, maybe it’s a section of your kitchen, or maybe it’s so bad that the floor in a room of your home is leaning. Maybe it happened so slowly that you thought it would never get bad enough to need a repair, or maybe it happened quickly.
Regardless of what it looks like, KC Waterproofing has probably dealt with it. From sloping rooms in older homes to sagging floors in nearly new homes, we’ve seen it, inspected it, and repaired it.
What do Sagging Floors Mean?
Sagging floors can mean a number of things. They might indicate something simple, such as a damaged section of wood on which the floor rests. They could mean that one of the supports for floor is failing. In these cases, replacement of the damaged area may be needed, or it may be as simple as adding a support brace. Sagging floors could also mean underlying foundation settlement and damage, in which case a more extensive repair could be required.
Interior Floor Repair for Sagging Floors
KC Waterproofing is your interior floor repair expert From the installation of simple braces to using driven piles to lift an entire section of your home, KC Waterproofing can do the job the right away at a reasonable price. We use adjustable steel brackets in conjunction with driven or helical piles to lift and stabilize sagging floors.
Other foundation repair companies use inferior methods, such as shims. Not only do these increase stress on the structure, but they also may need to be replaced later. KC Waterproofing uses the best products and methods available. Not only that, we provide a free inspection. So if you’ve noticed sagging floors in your home and have been wondering what to do, give us a call. We’d be happy to help.
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