If you live in Oregon, you already know that one of the best things about this big, beautiful state is its wildlife and scenery. However, when the great outdoors begins to make its way into your home, things can start to get ugly.
Foundation cracks can begin to open up, causing very significant damage to your home. As foundations fail, drywall can form cracks, basements can leak, windows and doors may stick, and floors will tilt. Your homeâÂÂs value can be greatly reduced, and become extremely difficult to sell. In time, the problem can become so severe that the entire foundation may need to be replaced. DonâÂÂt allow this to happen! Call us for a free foundation repair estimate today!
The foundation and basement walls are possibly the most neglected and ignored parts of an Oregon home. Unfortunately, a foundation can experience damaging pressure from all sides: the homeâÂÂs weight pressing on top, expansive soils and moisture pushing from the sides, and shifting soils underneath creating vertical movement and uneven support.
These forces can combine to create foundation issues of all types including: sinking floors, tilting chimneys, bowing foundation walls, a cracking foundation, and sagging crawl space support beams. In some rare cases, a foundation'ÂÂs condition can degrade so much that it fails completely. Rebuilding the foundation is rarely the answer to your problems, because a new foundation will only be replacing the failed one, and the cause of the failure will not be addressed.
Your local Oregon foundation repair contractors are trained, ready, and more than willing to help you. Each foundation repair expert in our network is trained in the Foundation Supportworks national headquarters located in Omaha, Nebraska. We have custom solutions for your failing foundations and sinking crawl space supports that will help you reclaim your homeâÂÂs structural integrity! Our written foundation quotes and on-site consultations are FREE and come at no obligation!
Thousands of foundation problems and crawl space structural issues throughout the state of Oregon have been solved by Foundation Supportworks dealers in Albany, Bend, Coos Bay, Corvallis, Dallas, Eugene, Grants Pass, Gresham, Klamath Falls, La Pine, Medford, Oregon City, Portland, Redmond, Roseburg, Salem, and the surrounding areas.
Foundation Supportworks utilizes industry-leading foundation repair products that provide long-lasting, reliable, non-invasive, and timely foundation reinforcement and structural support.
We serve all over Oregon, from the shoreline areas of Coos Bay and Brookings, to the eastern areas of Redmond and Bend, all the way from Portland to Medford, and many more ! As an authorized Foundation Supportworks Dealer, our foundation repair contractors form an international network that stretches across the US, Canada, and the UK! We have several dealers that work in your part of Oregon. Call us toll free today or contact us online - we're ready to help you solve your foundation issues!
Project Location: SE 25th Ct, Hillsboro, OR 97123
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Comment: We have a concrete driveway that has sunken a couple of inches and need to get it jacked back up to be level with the garage.
Project Location: Cason Lane, Gladstone, OR 97027
Comment: I have shifting / settling of the ground around my house causing separation of cement steps and foundation, large cracks in garage floor and other concerning changes. I need to get an idea of what it will cost o fix the problem.
Project Location: SE Jefferson, Dallas, OR 97338
Comment: I am purchasing this 1900 home and need the foundation checked. The chimney and the house are separating.
Project Location: SW 28th, Lincoln City, OR 97367
Comment: Cracked and sunken foundation, sagging floors in 1940s home.
Project Location: Exeter Ave, Eugene, OR 97404
Comment: The floor is sagging in the kitchen area and when I went under the house it seems that not all of the floor joist supports are supporting the joist and that a number of them are a bit loose. I suspect the weight of the kitchen appliances have caused the floor to sag in that area and not in the others, which has now caused a line in the flooring where the floor is uneven.