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House Relevelling:
What It Is and Why It Matters

At its core, house relevelling is a critical procedure aimed at correcting the foundation of homes that have experienced differential movement due to soil reactivity, environmental factors, or changing building standards.

This process ensures the longevity, safety, and structural integrity of your property. It's not just about fixing uneven floors or realigning doors; it's about addressing the root cause of these issues to prevent future damage.

Rectify specialises in chemical underpinning, a modern and effective solution for house relevelling. Our approach not only stabilises your home's foundation with minimal disruption but also fortifies it against further subsidence.

How We Relevel Your House In 4 Simple Steps

Relevelling a house is a precise and technical process, but at Rectify, we've refined our approach to achieve a seamless delivery.

Our method involves a series of steps designed to ensure the safety, stability, and longevity of your home, with a focus on our trusted chemical underpinning services.

Here's Why We Stand Out

The Rectify Advantage

Unrivalled Experience
We have a team of qualified structural engineers, geologists, project managers, supervisors and technicians with highest level of expertise and training.
Cutting-Edge Technology
We invest in the latest technology, equipment and materials, constantly reviewing latest developments from around the world
Quality Assurance
Our commitment is backed by the quality of our workmanship, offering a 10 year warranty across our services.
Seamless Delivery
Our non-invasive technique ensures you do not vacate your home or business, enabling continuity of use
Affordable Solutions
We ensure the solutions provided are affordable and competitive when compared to other similar companies
Environmentally Conscious
Low carbon footprint using less raw materials, reduced site traffic and excellent thermal insulation properties.

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What Causes Concrete Slabs To Sink?

A variety of factors contribute to the underlying issues that lead to sinking floors and slabs, leaning or cracked walls, jammed doors and more.

These issues often stem from changes in the ground beneath a property, leading to soil movement. The impact of these changes can vary significantly depending on the type of ground your property is built on, with certain conditions exacerbating the effects.

As the ground shifts, it can cause buildings to experience subsidence, where foundations or footings lose their support and sink into the weakened ground.

Here are a few of the common causes of house subsidence.

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