House Leveling

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Phisherman wrote:

There are different types of ground movement. The most common type is in areas with expansive clay soils and those are relatively straightforward to deal with since it doesn't generally involve sideways shifting or undermining. The issue is uneven expansion and contraction of the soil due to uneven moisture content, i.e. the perimeter near where the ground is exposed to the air dries faster and thus shrinks faster leaving the perimeter of the house to drop relative to the interior. The deeper you install the piers the more stable the soil moisture and therefore the more stable the soil the pier rests on.
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HeyBub wrote:

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wrote:

Where do they put these piers? Inside or outside?

Jesus? I thought he did all hiw work in churches?

Check the Better Business Bureau for this company

But much heavier than a breaker box

A CAULKING GUN or a NAIL GUN? :)

You got em'
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In winter when I needed work and I was out of work I would bid at cost to keep my crew and not loose them, the 15000 guy may just be busy. Times are tough everybody cuts prices, it may be a deal.
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