For most Americans, a house is your single greatest investment. You work hard and save in order to afford the home of your dreams. But for some, this dream can turn into a nightmare when your home is built on a poor foundation.
The foundation is among the first components of a house to be built, and arguably the most important. Foundation problems can have a devastating effect on an entire building. A house, which is otherwise built using sound construction principles, can crumble and fall if it lacks the proper foundation.
At the Bostic Law Group, we are here to assist with defects in your house foundation. Below are 3 key tips to keep in mind as you investigate problems with your house foundation and what to do about them.
There are several tell-tale signs of a foundation problem. If your house is exhibiting any of these symptoms, you may have a serious foundation defect:
A defective foundation can be the result of many factors, including:
As a homeowner experiencing foundation problems, you have several tools at your disposal to resolve a claim of defective construction:
As noted above, there are time limits for when you must file a lawsuit or risk forfeiting your claim forever. If you believe you may have a claim, we are happy to provide a no-cost consultation during which we will evaluate your claim and explore the options that work best for you.