House Removal & Restumping
What is Re-Stumping?
Homes are supported by wooden posts known as stumps. Over time, these stumps become worn, rotten and damaged. The erosion of your home’s structural support can cause damage to your walls, floors and foundation. Restumping is the process of removing these old, damaged stumps and replacing them with new support stumps.
The restumping process is completed in five steps. First, the home is prepared for work to begin. Secondly, the house is lifted to expose the old stumps. The company will then dig the necessary holes and set the new support posts. The support posts are set in concrete. After the posts are set, the house is lowered onto its foundation and the work area is cleaned appropriately.
Why Do You Need to Restump Your Home?
If you notice shifting in your home’s foundation, you might want to consider restumping. Also, if you are planning to invest large sums of money into renovating your home, you should have a professional examine your home’s foundation and determine whether or not restumping is necessary. It is important that you make sure your home’s foundation is sturdy before you invest loads of money into upgrades and renovations.
Choosing the Best Restumping Company
When you are planning a huge undertaking such as restumping your home, it is important that you elect to work with an experienced company. Locate potential candidates by doing some research on the Internet. Ask how long the company has been in business and how many homes they have repaired. Make sure that they are licensed and insured, and be sure to review the contract in detail prior to signing.