When you decide to schedule your foundation repair work with CBFR, we will agree upon a day that is workable for both you and our crew. Before the scheduled date, we will request a permit from your city’s permit office and also request the utility company to come to your residence and mark utility lines.
Our crew will arrive on the day we have scheduled your repair at the previously designated time. Depending on the amount of work to be done, our crew will finish in the time allotted. Sometimes while the crew is performing the foundation repair, another issue may be discovered that needs to be resolved, such as a plumbing leak. In this case, you will be required to hire a plumber to repair the leak. Unexpected interferences such as extra deep perimeter beams, requiring more digging, or inclement weather can also postpone completion. However, approximately 95% of our jobs are completed on time.
Sometimes plants/shrubs need to be moved before we begin digging. They will be transplanted after the foundation work is performed. Although we do not guarantee that your plants will live after being moved, we seldom have plants die after we have transplanted them.
We will communicate with you throughout your foundation repair process. Our goal is to bring your home back as close as possible to its original position without causing further damage.