Foundation Elevation Survey

An elevation survey shows the elevation of various locations of the slab surface or, in the case of a finished house, the finish floor. An elevation survey is a snapshot of the situation. To get the big picture and a better sense of how the foundation moves, it's more useful to take an elevation survey at different times.

You may need an elevation survey if:

  • You live in an area with unstable soil

  • You have drywall cracking, binding doors, sloping floors, or foundation wall cracks.

  • You have had past structural repairs.

  • You are anticipating the need for structural repairs.

  • You are in dispute with your builder over construction defects or deficiencies.

  • Your home is for sale, and the buyer's home inspector has reported on structural movement.

  • You are buying a home and want to have maximum information regarding structural condition.

  • Your structural warranty company has denied your claim for structural damage.

  • You want to have a "benchmark" document for monitoring for future movement.

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