Cost Is a Critical Factor in Your Decision to Move Forward…
Finding out “how much does foundation repair cost” is at the top of your list when dealing with this important issue. Of course, you want to get the work done to preserve your property value but not overpay for repairs that are not needed.
That’s where the team at Foundation Repair Pros can save you a bundle!
Yes, we’d like the opportunity to earn your business through our unique evaluation and proposal process. However, we’re building our reputation on advising you on the most practical, cost effective solutions to your foundation issue…even if that means telling you that extensive repairs are not needed!
In more than a few cases, our team has suggested simple leak repairs, landscaping or drainage management corrections that will fix your foundation problem.
In the event more extensive repairs are needed to stabilize your foundation permanently, we will work with you to develop the best solution available to meet your specific needs.
Actual Cost Depends on the Selected Alternative
As you might suspect, we cannot give you a cost repair estimate without conducting a thorough onsite inspection of your property.
Each property has its own unique characteristics that must be considered. Variables like soil conditions, type of foundation (pier and beam or slab), water and sewer line integrity, ponding, drainage management, crack formations, size of building, degree of settling, location of settling, bowing of floors or walls, level readings, extent of sheet rock damage, extent of any wood rot, history of past repair efforts, access to crawl space if present and the list goes on!
In addition to these onsite condition variables, the cost of precise foundation repair technique recommended is likewise highly variable. For example, if underpinnings, piers or pilings are proposed, the cost will vary with the number of installations needed, internal or external placement, the type of materials specified (i.e. cement, steel, cable), installation equipment needed, extent of tunneling or excavation, depth to refusal and of course, manpower.
Notwithstanding all of these variables, we can offer a range of “average” or “typical” costs which may or may not be applicable in your specific case:
Piers – $400 to $1500 each at 6-8 foot intervals
Tunneling (if specified) – $225 to $300 per linear foot
Crack Repair – $525 to $3,000
Structural Engineer Fee (if specified) – $500 to $1000
City Permit (if required) – $75 to $200
Note that these fees do not include the cost of any plumbing repairs, wood beam or joist replacements, root barriers, or external drainage correction measures. If needed, these items will be priced separately.
Looking at the big picture, the overall cost of a “typical” foundation repair project in the Tulsa area will be in the range of $2,000 on the low end, up to $30,000 on the high end, with the “average” at about $5,000 to $7,000.
Let’s work together to answer your burning question:
How Much Does Foundation Repair Cost?
Give us a call today and we’ll schedule a no-obligation appointment to get that answer to you promptly!
Foundation Repair Pros
7633 East 63rd Place #300
Tulsa, OK 74133
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