Quality Restumping and reblocking Melbourne
If you’ve been told your property is structurally unsound, or you’re concerned about the safety of your home, call Mr Reblocking Melbourne today to fix the problem. We’re the professional underpinning, reblocking Melbourne and restumping company that is dedicated to securing your building for extensions, alterations and damage repair. When it comes to your home, don’t take any chances. Speak to the best in the business, by contacting Mr Reblocking Melbourne now.
Reblocking & Restumping
Uneven floors, cracked walls, and distorted doors frames are all signs that your home is no longer sitting on a solid foundation. But don’t worry! If you need an expert restumping Melbourne contractor, you‘ve come to the right place. These issues can easily be remedied with house restumping Melbourne services from Mr Reblocking Melbourne.
Servicing homes and businesses throughout the metropolitan region, our team have been fixing underpinning problems and reinforcing foundations for a number of years. If you’re looking for an experienced and professional underpinning Melbourne company to fix the structural problems at your home, Mr Reblocking Melbourne is here at your service.
Restumping costs vary greatly depending on factors such as the size and age of your property, soil type and location, as well as the amount of damage to the foundation. Here at Mr Reblocking, we pride ourselves on providing some of the most competitive restumping costs Melbourne has to offer, regardless of your property type and state.
Signs your home is in need of reblocking Melbourne
Many homeowners begin renovations before having their foundations and sub floor examined. This often causes delays in renovation time and additional costs. You should always have your foundations checked before taking on any renovation, particularly if you’ve recently noticed any of the following issues, which are signs of sinking and rotting stumps:
- Slanted door frames
- Cracking brickwork
- Doors not opening or closing properly
- Doors tilting from hinges
- Sloping floors and balconies
- Cracks and gaps in plaster work