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A Guide to Building Leveling (Part Two)

Previously, we began to discuss what building leveling is and the signs you may encounter that can lead into its consideration. Some causes can include moisture level changes and soil conditions. We also discussed uneven settlement, and how visible cracks in the interior or exterior of your property can be telling signs. In this second part, we will continue discussing building leveling and the process and methods in making it happen. 

The process of building leveling is a precise and technical procedure that involves experts and engineers. To begin, there is always an initial assessment to identify the extent and cause of foundation settlement. Based on this, a customized repair plan is developed identifying the exact method and equipment needed. Utilizing this, the property is lifted and leveled, this is a gradual process handled with care.  

After leveling, foundation repair occurs which involves addressing soil stabilization, adding additional support or reinforcement. Finally, quality control is done to ensure the building is returned to a level and stable position. Timely leveling can prevent the escalation of foundation issues and ensures improved safety and structural stability.  

We hope you found this second part on the various reasons why people level their buildings to be insightful in your personal or professional life! At AJS, we are committed to serving the Gulf Coast and beyond in moving, building, and leveling and we are here to help you and your properties. For lifting, construction, or moving, give us a call today to schedule a free consultation! 

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