Reblocking Releveling Melbourne
The Restumping Process
Whether you are planning to start a restumping project or you have noticed some warning signs for restumping, you should know what the process entails. This helps you to make informed decisions and to hire the right reblocking contractor for the job.
A house restumping project may last several days to weeks, depending on the extent of repair work to be done. Engaging an experienced local restumping contractor, aids in bringing skills and expertise needed to restore the structural integrity of your house. When you hire Total Restumping Melbourne, they have a simplified onboarding process that enables them to quickly jump on to new projects and stick to the set deadlines.
Here is our way of handling house restumping projects:
- Call us – You jump on a consultation call with our customer service team to schedule an appointment.
- House Inspection – We conduct a physical inspection of your house, to assess the condition of the house stumps. The soil around the foundation is cleared to expose the house stumps. The inspector will assess the condition of each stump, the condition of the soil and determine the ones in need of replacement.
- Jacking up the house – The foundation is cleared up of any soil and obstacles to create room for placing hydraulic jacks. This will firmly support the house, making it safe for starting the reblocking process.
- Digging out stumps – After the hydraulic jacks are installed firmly in positions, we dig out house stumps and make deep holes that reach the plate.
- Levelling the house – While the house is still supported by hydraulic jacks, it is levelled with the aid of a computer. This helps to improve the accuracy of the levelling process.
- Replacing house stumps – Once the level of the house has been determined, the process of replacing house stumps will begin. Depending on the type of stumps used, they are hung in their holes. Concrete is poured into the holes and left to cure for up to 48 hours before it can be loaded.
- Repairing the floors and walls – Once the new stumps are inspected, the plinth boards are put back in place. If there are any areas in need of fixing, the reblockers will fix the problems that are connected to the restumping process.
- Backfill and cleaning up – The team will backfill any excavation and clean up the place to make it ready for occupying once again.
How to choose the right reblocking contractor
- The contractor is licensed to service homes in your area
- They have insurance to cover the projects
- Has trusted referrals
- You have compared more than 3 quotes before choosing the ideal contractor.
Ensure that you hire local experienced contractors with referrals in your area. This helps to avoid surprises, and control the outcome of your project.
Total Restumping Melbourne has been servicing homes in the Melbourne area for years and is well-versed with the area, as well the regulatory requirements. We have a simplified onboarding process that helps to reduce the waiting time before starting each project. We assist our customers with filing applications for council approval.