Crawl Space Support Posts
A damaged crawl space can lead to a series of issues throughout the home, affecting your home’s structural integrity and diminishing its value. Mold, wood rot, and water damage are the most common contributors to crawl space damage, but other issues can affect your crawl space, as well.
If your crawl space wasn’t properly constructed, if builders installed too few supports, or if the supporting soil is weak, it’s only a matter of time before your crawl space becomes an issue.
Regional Foundation & Crawl Space Repair uses the SmartJack® Crawl Space Support System to fix and restore damaged crawl spaces. Once installed, the SmartJack® Crawl Space Support System will correct sloping and springy floors, interior wall cracks, and unlevel door frames.
Best of all, the SmartJack® system can be adjusted to better straighten and support your crawl space over time.
The SmartJack® System can support a load of over 60,000 lbs and uses galvanized steel posts to resist corrosion. This system can be installed in the tightest of spaces and is the only one that addresses weak supporting soils.
Crawl Space Structural Support Jacks
Frequently, the beams in many crawl spaces are undersized or made of wood. Wood can rot, shift, and settle. Undersized beams don’t provide the mid-span support necessary to support the floor above the crawl space.
The SmartJack® system provides permanent support to keep your floor level and protect your home from these problems. If you’re planning on encapsulating your crawl space to fight moisture issues in the future, the SmartJack® system is compatible with crawl space encapsulation systems.
Free Estimates on Crawl Space Repair in North Carolina
If your crawl space is starting to rot, shift, or warp, causing issues throughout your home, our team can help. Call or contact Regional Foundation & Crawl Space Repair today to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation!