How Much Does Foundation Repair Cost?
In 2012, the United States experienced one of the worst, most prolonged droughts on record. At one point, drought conditions covered states from Delaware to California, destroying crops and causing significant foundation damage as dry soil shrank away from homes.
A homeowner who had first noticed signs of foundation damage in 2011 estimated his repair bill would be close to $50,000 for 2012’s drought-related damage because his sidewalks, driveway and landscaping would have to be replaced.
Foundation problems often lead to other issues around and within your home. That’s why it’s important to catch foundation problems quickly and repair them before other damage occurs. A problem that might cost $1,000 to fix today could become a $5,000 repair job if you wait too long to address it.
On average, basic foundation repair services range from about $3,000 to $6,000, depending on the size of the problem and property. Some homeowners may be pleasantly surprised after an assessment reveals that an extensive repair job is not necessary. Some homes may simply need preventive foundation maintenance, which could cost between $500 and $3,000. Any company inspecting your foundation should offer you a free estimate, as well as a warranty for any work performed.
While insurance may cover foundation damage that results from an earthquake, flood or other single event, drought-related foundation damage is often not covered by insurance. However, you may be able to work with companies to finance repair work.
KC Foundation Repair
10518 Mersington Ave
Kansas City, MO 64137
Why A Kansas City Foundation Repair Contractor?
We are a local business located at 10518 Mersington Avenue Kansas City, Missouri 64137 and provide the latest and most advanced technologies. We provide individual and personalized service and always with the best technologies and equipment on the market. No one plans needing a foundation repair. We are well aware that this can be stressful. This is why we try to treat each situation as if it were for our own families.