Sagging Floor Repair
If you have a sagging floor, low spots, or those diagonal cracks above your door or window frames, these are often signs of inadequate support under the home.
This can be caused by many things including newer or heavier items in the home such as granite countertops or a bigger refrigerator. Or the problem might be the structure of the house itself.
Over-spanned joists (too much distance between support piers) can cause floors to sag in the middle. In some cases, floor joists require support piers, and your home may have too few or none at all. In addition, a damp/wet crawlspace can soften the wood joists over time, causing the floor to sag.
No matter how your floor came out of level, the team at ACS can identify the problem and provide a quick, professional timeline to correct the issue.
How Do We Correct a Sagging Floor?
Pour new concrete footings in the appropriate areas (we don't use temporary blocks for support)
Install heavy duty steel adjustable support piers
Install steel I-beams under the affected areas to gently lift the sag out of the floor.
Our piers can be raised/lower depending on future needs
All steel piers come with a Lifetime Warranty
All Our Work is Guaranteed