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What Do Jammed Doors and Windows Indicate?

When doors and windows refuse to close properly, it's often a whisper from your home that something deeper is amiss.

Jammed doors and windows can be a telltale sign of your house sinking, where the very ground your home rests upon subsides, leading to unwanted foundation movement. Sticky doors/windows isn't just serviceability issue; it's a sign of potential structural compromise. Rectify understands the gravity of this issue and stands ready with a trusted solution: chemical underpinning.

Our specialised service not only addresses the immediate annoyance of jammed doors and windows but goes to the heart of the problem, stabilising your home's foundation against future movement. With Rectify, you're not just fixing a door; you're securing the future of your home.

Why You Should Get A Structural Assessment

Opting for a structural assessment isn't just about due diligence; it's a proactive measure to safeguard your most significant investment—your home.

Understanding the integrity of your property's structure is crucial, especially in the face of subtle signs of distress such as cracks in walls, uneven floors, or doors and windows that no longer fit their frames snugly. These symptoms, often overlooked, could herald more severe underlying issues like foundation settlement or subsidence.

Rectify's chemical underpinning services come into play precisely here, offering not just a diagnosis but a robust solution to potential structural vulnerabilities.

A structural assessment by Rectify can unveil hidden problems and provide peace of mind by ensuring your home stands solid and secure for years to come. It's an investment in the longevity and safety of your living space, ensuring any necessary interventions are timely, targeted, and effective.

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 house sinking?

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

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

As the soil shrinks, it can cause buildings to experience subsidence, where foundations or footings sink with the subsided soil.

As a soil compacts, due to overloading or incorrect footing sizes (poor design considerations) it can cause settlement of the footing and structure above.

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

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