We are a family owned Victorian business that have contractors with a lifetime worth of experience in reblocking, restumping, underpinning and general building foundation repairs. We service all of Melbourne & Surrounding Suburbs.
We pride ourselves with providing high quality work that ensures a solid foundation that will last. If you are looking for a professional, honest and high quality team to work on your house or property then contact us for an obligation FREE quote and consultation.
refers to replacing the existing stumps of a property to concrete stumps. The existing stumps are usually made out of wood and have deteriorated and sunk into the ground causing the house to slant and experiencing negative side effects.
is another word for reblocking but is exactly the same trade service.
If you already have concrete stumps but they are currently sloping and un-levelled than you are in need of underpinning.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you need restumping?
There may be many reasons why you want to consider house restumping. Restumping or another term reblocking, involves resetting the stumps on homes that use a wooden stumps as foundations to concrete stumps which are a lot stronger and consequently more durable.
Some reason for restumping be due to the stumps having settled as a result of soil movement, or when the stumps have been exposed to too much moisture in the ground and subsequently rotted.
Older homes should also be restumped to ensure that the foundation and floors are able to carry the load of the building effectively and that you avoid a situation where the stumps cause part of the building to collapse due to too much damage over time. House restumping is a big project to undertake, so it’s best left to a professional.
If your house is over 30 years old its best to get inspected to see whether you have foundation problems which can lead to bigger problems in the future.
What are symptoms of house foundation problems?
If you find ongoing cracks in the walls, or uneven floors, it might be time to consider restumping your home. Other signs include exterior cracks on the brickwork of the building, or windows and doors that are no longer functioning correctly where they squeek or not closing properly.
What are benefits of restumping?
Restumping ensures your house is built on the new, strong and levelled foundations.:
- You strengthen your house’s foundation
- You avoid future damage by ensuring the floors are up to standard
- You can flood-proof your house by raising the foundations
- You can also enjoy cooler temperatures inside the home with raised floors
When you restump your home, you might save money in terms of preventing future damage. You also enjoy psychological benefits such as peace of mind knowing that your house is safe and secure. Check out the following article by Sydney morning herald which outlines some Aussies paying a whopping $50,000 to fix foundation problems that that have been worsened over time. Visit https://www.smh.com.au/news/national/cracking-up-in-big-dry-over-50000-home-repair-bills/2005/06/25/1119321943628.html
There are a few different ways to restump your house, and it’s always best to start by getting an accurate and thorough assessment done by a professional.
To find out more about our affordable house restumping services in Australia, call us or send an inquiry below.
How expensive is restumping?
Costs of restumping your house vary on different factors such as the deterioration of your stumps, the quantity of stumps required, accessibility to your sub floor and the scale of the damage.
The best way of determining the cost and exactly how long it will take to restump is by contacting us or even a civil engineer to assess the damaged done.
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