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With foundations, sometimes you need to start from scratch. But often, you can strengthen and reinforce existing foundations without having to rebuild. Let’s do a walk-through to spot the most common warning signs you might be missing:
If you’ve lived in the Bay Area for more than hour, you know: Foundations are serious business. So serious that the state requires you to fill out an earthquake-strengthening checklist before you sell your house. Having lived and worked here for 30 years, we get it.
We know your needs, down to your neighborhood and its codes. Which is why so many homeowners trust Ryno Builds to repair their foundations to make them as secure as possible. The repairs we make today could help you avoid bigger problems tomorrow, not to mention, lower your insurance premiums.
Foundation settlement and cracking can lead to major structural problems for your home. There are ways to repair these issues without tearing it out and starting from scratch. Most homeowners will pay around $4,158 to repair foundation issues. Major repairs can cost $10,000 or more.
The average residential foundation repair typically takes 3 to 5 days. Naturally, there are some variables that could cause a job to take longer.