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How Much Does Foundation Repair Cost?

While foundation repair can be costly, it is a necessary service to protect your home from instability.

Ignoring signs of foundation damage can end up costing you much more as the problem worsens. The cost of foundation repair depends on the extent of damage and the size of your foundation.

The type of foundation you have—a basement, crawl space, or slab foundation—also affects the repairs these foundations need and the cost.  

At Groundworks, we offer various solutions to fix your foundation. Watch this video for helpful insight.

The Average Cost of Foundation Repair 

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Because of the wide range of foundation damage that can occur, it’s difficult to pinpoint a single price when discussing general foundation repair.

Also, depending on the weather and soil conditions in your area, you may require more elaborate and expensive solutions to properly stabilize your home’s foundation.  

For example, homeowners in Columbia, SC, spent around $7,750 on repairs, while homeowners in Nashville, TN, spent around $25,000. In Birmingham, AL, homeowners spent close to $35,000.

To prevent expensive repairs, note any changes around your home’s foundation and make sure any damage is handled promptly. 

What are the Common Signs of Foundation Damage?

Catching foundation damage before it becomes extreme can save you money. If you know what to look for, foundation problems can be identified and taken care of early on. The following issues are common signs that your foundation needs repair:

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Why Should You Invest in Foundation Repair Early?

Foundation repair becomes more costly the longer it is delayed. A small crack in your drywall may seem harmless, but it indicates that your foundation is experiencing negative changes, such as settling into the ground around your home.

We’ve seen homeowners who started with a minor foundation issue they thought they could ignore, only to face a much larger problem later, putting their home at risk of structural failure. Additionally, as many as 54 percent of homeowners are unprepared to cover the cost of expensive home repairs. Don’t wait to contact a professional about your foundation. A $2,000 problem today can become a $20,000 issue within just a few years.


Look to Groundworks for Foundation Repair

At Groundworks, our team of trusted experts truly cares about protecting your home from foundation damage. We understand the stress and worry that comes with these issues, and we’re here to help you every step of the way. Our solutions range from simple fixes to complex repairs, and we’re dedicated to finding the best solution for your home.

Here’s how we can help:

These are just a few of the ways we work to protect your home and bring you peace of mind.

If you’ve noticed signs of foundation damage, don’t hesitate to reach out to your local Groundworks company. Our solutions are backed by warranties and proven to be effective. If you’re unsure whether you need foundation repair, contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation inspection. W

e’ll thoroughly evaluate your property and provide the most effective solution to keep your home safe and sound.


FAQs

In most cases, you can stay in your home during repairs. However, there might be some noise and temporary disruption depending on the extent of the work.

The duration of foundation repair depends on the extent of the damage and the type of repair needed, but most repairs can be completed within a few days to a couple of weeks.

Yes, foundation issues can significantly decrease your home’s value and make it difficult to sell. Proper repair can restore value and ensure structural integrity.