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The SmartJack® system provides solid support for sagging and undersized beams, restoring stability and straightness to sagging floor joists in a crawl space.
Once installed in your crawl space, SmartJack® supports can correct problems such as sloping and overly springy floors, interior wall cracks, and out-of-level level door frames.
Because of its design, the SmartJack® can be adjusted over time to provide additional straightening and leveling action if necessary.
The SmartJack® is also compatible with a crawl space vapor barrier system, allowing you to address crawl space mold and humidity issues while repairing your structural issue.
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We serve Portland, Bangor, Rochester, Portsmouth, Lewiston, Waterville, Dover, Auburn, Biddeford, South Portland, Yarmouth, Windham, Gardiner, Bath, Somersworth, and many nearby areas in Maine.
To be stable, strong and level, the floor above a crawl space requires solid mid-span support that's usually provided by a post-and-beam assembly. But beams are often undersized, and many contractors use wooden posts that can rot, shift and settle. When this happens, floor joists sag and other structural problems occur. The SmartJack® system is a foundation repair product that provides a permanent solution to these problems.
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The SmartJack® is also compatible with crawl space encapsulation systems, making it a good choice for homeowners wishing to eliminate moisture problems and improve home energy efficiency, while also solving structural problems.
If your crawl space is sinking or sagging, we at TC Hafford Basement Systems are here to help.
We offer free crawl space repair quotes throughout our service area. Each quote comes at no obligation and includes an on-site inspection, professional consultation, and written cost quote. We'll also send you a complimentary copy of our 90-page foundation repair book for your personal reference.