Sonia Posted April 18 Report Share Posted April 18 I am in the process of having my foundation replaced and have been running into problems. First off, my house is over 100 years old and built on a sloping hill. I was quoted a very high price (nearly $100,000) for the job but went ahead with this company because they had excellent reviews. Now after digging trenches and a crawl space around the house, I was told that my house would require leveling and that would cost an additional $9,000. There were other added costs but this is the one that concerned me. They took measurements for weeks before beginning work and never mentioned that the house needed to be leveled. Then I was given a choice of them finishing the foundation without leveling the house so everything is crooked and off kilter, or pay the money to have them level the house so everything is straight. Doesn't replacing a foundation require a house that is level? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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