Homes and structures developed before 2001 were frequently built with spot footing, which is a kind of footing where each spot is independent and intended to support only one point of contact. Spot footings sit on a square foundation pad, usually measuring 2 ft. by 2 ft. Improper footings like spot footings are risky for your home since this footing will settle unevenly and damage your house over time.
Worried about your improper footer? We have the repair answer:
If your house sits on unstable soil, spot footing is unsafe because the piers supporting your home can experience the ill effects of differential settlement. This will make your foundation settle unevenly, causing issues around your home like:
CNT Foundations suggests introducing a continuous footing that will connect all the load-bearing points under your foundation and provide a steady, consistent footer for your home. This footing will shield your foundation from differential settlement and keep your home shielded from extreme damage caused by foundation settlement. Call 877-958-9150 today for a free assessment!
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