Sagging Floor Joists Repair

Are your floors sagging, or do you notice rotten wood in your basement or crawl space? If so, your home may need sagging floor joists repair, because your floor joists are responsible for supporting your home and ensuring your flooring remains leveled. When these joists start to fail, the floor can sag and create an unsafe environment.

Luckily, the foundation repair team at Basement Improvements, LLC can handle the repairs and ensure your home is safe. Contact our team at (207) 489-6519 today to schedule an inspection. We proudly serve Southern and Central Maine as well as New Hampshire. 

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COMMON INDICATORS OF FLOOR JOIST DETERIORATION

SAGGING FLOORS

Your floors may be sagging because of rotted floor joists. With the floor joists rotted, your floors may sink and create an unsafe living environment. Floor supports will ensure your flooring remains stable today and far into the future.

CRACKS IN THE BASEMENT WALL OR FLOORS

When floor joists are not supporting your floors, your walls will carry the added pressure. This can create cracks as your walls bend and buckle.

WALL AND CEILING COLLAPSE 

If left unaddressed, sinking floor joists can lead to collapsing floors. The best way to ensure your home remains safe is a thorough inspection from Basement Improvements, LLC.

  • SAGGING FLOORS

    Your floors may be sagging because of rotted floor joists. With the floor joists rotted, your floors may sink and create an unsafe living environment. Floor supports will ensure your flooring remains stable today and far into the future.
  • CRACKS IN THE BASEMENT WALL OR FLOORS

    When floor joists are not supporting your floors, your walls will carry the added pressure. This can create cracks as your walls bend and buckle.
  • WALL AND CEILING COLLAPSE

    If left unaddressed, sinking floor joists can lead to collapsing floors. The best way to ensure your home remains safe is a thorough inspection from Basement Improvements, LLC.

    HOW TO DETECT DAMAGED FLOOR JOISTS

    • Skewed or uneven door frames.
    • Tilted or sinking crawl space supports.
    • Cracks within the interior drywall or foundation walls.
    • Cracks within the flooring.
    • Sagging, sloping, or uneven floors
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    How to Detect Damaged Floor Joists
    • Skewed or uneven door frames.
    • Tilted or sinking crawl space supports.
    • Cracks within the interior drywall or foundation walls.
    • Cracks within the flooring.
    • Sagging, sloping, or uneven floors

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