Sagging Crawl Space Problems
Causes & Repair Solutions For Sinking, Sagging Crawl Spaces
Your crawl space is experiencing structural problems that are causing it to sink or sag in the middle.
Crawl spaces experience structural sagging for these three primary reasons:
- Support Columns Spaced Too Far Apart
- Rot-Weakened Joists, Girders, Posts
- Columns Settling Due To Weak Soil/Poor Footings
A floor joist shows signs of compression due to the heavy weight of the home -- and too few crawl space supports.
Inadequate crawl space support leads to sinking floors, uneven floors, and damage to your structure.
Crawl space jack posts provide a fast, permanent, warrantied solution to this problem. They're a great option for homeowners investing in home repairs.
- Tilting or sinking crawl space supports
- Moist, rotting wood
- Sagging, sloping, or uneven floors upstairs
- Cracks in interior drywall
- Door & window frames skewed and/or unlevel