Structural problems can reduce your home’s value and jeopardize its safety, as well as leave it looking unsightly. But if you discover structural issues affecting your home, Virginia Foundation Solutions’ team of certified repair experts is here to help. We offer solutions specifically tailored to meet your repair needs. All of our repair projects are completed by experienced repair crews with superior installation methods, and first-rate products. At Virginia Foundation Solutions,Your Home is Our Mission.
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Why Choose Virginia Foundation Solutions for Structural Repair?
At Virginia Foundation Solutions, we know that hiring a structural repair contractor for your home can be a difficult process. If your home has structural issues, you may be worried that the problems you are facing will be complex and costly. But, at Virginia Foundation Solutions, we pride ourselves on making the repair process as easy and stress-free for our customers. After all, our motto is: Your Home is Our Mission. We know you want to choose the best structural repair contractor to protect the value and safety of your home, and with us you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
Virginia Foundation Solutions is a veteran-owned, BBB A+ accredited, class A contractor, who has provided effective, long-lasting foundation repair solutions to hundreds of homes in the Hampton Roads and surrounding areas. We are a member of the Supportworks network — a group of more than 130 contractors across the United States and Canada that is committed to redefining the industry by improving the homeowner-contractor experience. Honesty. Transparency. Respect. We pride ourselves on these core values. We communicate with our customers clearly and sincerely, provide you with the facts you need to make an informed decision, and ultimately deliver you a quality solution that is tailored to your unique foundation repair goals.
How to Identify a Structural Problem
Do you notice that your floors are sloping or uneven? Perhaps you see cracks on your drywall. Your home might have an unusual or foul odor. There are many signs that your home could be experiencing that indicate a possible structural issue. It is important to call and schedule an inspection if you notice any of these issues, because your home’s structural integrity could be compromised. If you leave the problems hoping they will resolve on their own, they will only get worse, leaving your home’s safety and value in jeopardy. If you think that your home is experiencing structural issues, the best way to find out is for a structural repair expert to complete a thorough inspection of your home.
Contact us today for a free, no-obligation inspection of your home’s structural integrity. By the end of your appointment, you will know if you have structural problems, what caused them, how we can fix them, and exactly how much your structural repair will cost.
Why Should I Fix My Home’s Structural Problem?
- The Problems get Worse with Time: A structural problem will only get worse with time. This means that leaving your structural issues unresolved will result in a more complex repair, and a larger bill.
- Resale Value: Nobody wants to buy a home with a structural problem.
- Your Family’s Health: Structural problems can put your health at risk, by causing heightened allergies or asthma symptoms.
- Appearance: Structural problems often cause unsightly cracks in walls and around windows and doors, and they can leave floors bowing and sagging.
- Door & Window Operation: Structural issues can cause windows to stick and doors to jam.
- Safety: If your structural problem is severe, your crawlspace may deteriorate and jeopardize your home’s safety, as well as your family’s.
How To Prevent Home Structural Issues
Did you know that you can protect your home from ever suffering structural problems? Most structural issues are caused by moisture in the crawlspace. Most moisture comes from humidity in the air, from the earth below, or from flooding and water. Luckily, crawlspace moisture from each of these areas can be prevented by encapsulating your crawlspace You may have heard of this process referred to as a sealed crawlspace or an unvented crawlspace, but both of these terms are the same as crawlspace encapsulation. That being said, why fix your home’s structural problem when you can avoid it entirely?
Gail Brown Chesapeake
I received the most professional service ever from VFS; 5 star service. The foreman called in advance to let me know he was on his way to the house, explained in detail the order and all the work that he would be doing and he answered any questions I had during work in progress stage of the project. The crew was so tidy and so respectful of my home. My experience with this company has been nothing more than superb! You will not regret contracting with this team as they have reasonable rates and produce quality work.
Nigel Buttery Suffolk
After a visit and quote from a professional sales person, a crew of four showed up at the agreed upon time. They crew was courteous and neat with their work. They went out of their way to keep me informed of there progress. Completed the work on time and did even more than they originally said they would do. After all was complete another fellow came by to inspect the job and show me pictures. Thanks go out to Jose, Joe, Gerald an Alex.
Avery Byers Hampton
I had several estimates on the exact same issue from various vendors. VFS came up with the best solution and the best price and when their crew showed up to do the work they were professional, courteous and efficient! VFS did exactly what they said they would do, no upsales or hidden fees. I am extremely pleased with the job they performed and would highly recommend them to anyone needing this type of work.
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