SGT STRUCTURAL REPAIRS
Welcome to SGT STRUCTURAL REPAIRS (SGT-SR) a Full-Service Structural Repair, Foundation , Basement & Crawl Space Contractor, with 40+ years of hands-on experience, providing quality service to residential, industrial, and commercial clients ranging from South Florida to Western North Carolina.
We specialize in Structural Wall Systems; Building New or Repairing Existing Structures, Foundations, Crawlspaces, Attics, Basements And Retainer Walls For Residential And Commercial Buildings.
Knowing the early warning signs of foundation troubles can head off problems that ultimately could cost tens of thousands of dollars to fix. The sooner you identify potential problems, the easier — and less expensive — it is to fix them. Do you have cracked walls? Doors that won't close? Bulging floors? Any of these can be signs of foundation problems. Foundation settlement can lead to major structural problems within your home.
Perhaps your home or business has water damage and stains that can be seen on walls, floors, and ceilings. Puddles of moisture can be seen on the floor. Do you have mold beginning to grow on walls, boxes, or on anything stored in the basement, crawlspace or attic. Perhaps your home is starting to smell musty. Are the wooden support beams and floor joists beginning to have signs of rotting, warping, or deteriorating. Regardless of the cause of the problem, we will get to the bottom of it and recommend the best course of action for getting the problem taken care of quickly and effectively.
Are you aware that soil erosion, surface drainage issues, foundation settlement and earth / home movement requiring foundation repair can be caused by building on expansive clay, compressible or improperly compacted fill soils, or improper maintenance around the homes foundations. Older homes are typically more susceptible to foundation problems, especially in the western region of North Carolina. Whatever the cause, settlement problems can destroy the value of structures and even render them unsafe. If you see signs of foundation distress, don't delay in getting the problem solved, this is NOT a DIY (Do It Yourself) project.