Midland, TX Pier & Beam Adjustment Services
Does your older Midland, Texas home need a pier and beam adjustment? Or perhaps you own a much newer pier and beam home showing signs of early wear and tear. Either way, we at Childers Brothers have been helping homeowners in our part of Texas, as well as all the surrounding areas, for generations.
Due to the inherent differences from conventional concrete slab foundations, our approach to restoration is unique. Pier and beam systems come with their own set of challenges. Often, there’s no time to waste, as your property is a serious investment… and, if you’re like most other homeowners, you’ve got your HVAC, plumbing, or electrical wiring in your crawl space.
Floor-Level Adjustments: Our technicians can come in and optimize floor height by raising beams to remove supports than add or remove specialized steel shims. We can also replace worn or damaged vertical elements.
Replacing Wooden Beams: Over time and for a variety of reasons (moisture and critters being first among them), wooden beams break down and lose loading capacity. Replacements are a necessity from time to time.
Crawlspace Improvements: These days, there are a lot of different ways we can protect your crawl space from animals and the elements, elongating lifespan. This is especially since we work with nothing but the best materials in the industry.
Our Word-Is-Bond Warranty: Childers Brothers work on your pier and beam system is under our Word-Is-Bond warranty options. Be sure to ask your customer service agent or technicians more about these to get a complete breakdown.
Nice pier and beam homes are most common in Midland and surrounding areas where the clay soil sees significant contraction and expansion, uneven homesite grades or on hillsides, and in potential flood zones. Trust your home with a company that’s used to working in these environments; one who’s been getting their hands dirty with this soil a long time.
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The first thing we need to do is get one of our friendly and professional technicians over to your property to have a look and see whether or not your particular pier and beam system can be adjusted. Some of the factors they need to consider are your layout, the intervals between piers, how flexible your home’s framing is (specific tolerances), the type and size of your beams, and much more.
Perhaps the adjustment will focus on one specific area where a faulty beam is leading to saggy uneven flooring. Or we might find the need to add more piers. The bottom line is that when it comes to pier and beam systems, they MUST be addressed on a case by case basis. Get in contact with us today so we can determine what YOUR home needs.
What Our Customers Are Saying…
“The crew was polite and very willing to answer all my questions. They got the job done, cleaned up, and made sure I was satisfied with their work.”