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HOUSE ELEVATION PLOTTING
Do you have concerns that your foundation may be settling or that a floor is not level? Magnolia Home Inspection Services can help you with our house elevation plotting service. We serve the Houston Area and the surrounding cities and towns of Livingston and Huntsville. Request a quote now, schedule online, or call (832)-303-8048.
Who Should Schedule a House Elevation Plot Inspection?
When looking for a home to purchase, prospective buyers may notice on a walk-through that a floor feels as if it’s sloping. Magnolia offers a service that will measure to the tenth of an inch what the actual slope of the floor is and whether that exceeds the allowed limit.
WHAT TYPE OF HOMES ARE PRONE TO SLOPING FLOORS?
Homes that are prone to sloping floors include those built in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s that are called pier and beam homes. Home elevation plotting will give you useful information to plan your next steps. Based on the inspection results, you may want to do one of the following:
- Have the floor leveled before you purchase it.
- Monitor its condition to see if the sloping worsens.
- Use these inspection results as a base point to check again in two years and five years to see if further settling is occurring — perhaps the foundation is settling.
WHAT IS HOUSE ELEVATION PLOTTING?
A house elevation plot is a specialty service that is easily added on to a buyer and seller inspection or new home inspection. If you have other concerns about a home you’re considering purchasing, be sure to explore those concerns before signing any contracts. We offer more specialty inspections to address the following:
For the best pricing, check out our package deals. We also extend discounts to veterans, first responders, and public-school-system employees. We may occasionally have off-season or special promotions as well.
Rest assured that our home inspections are of the highest quality and completed by certified inspectors. We offer comprehensive, same-day reports complete with state-of-the-art technology including video and pictures. You can then use this information to negotiate for repairs or a price reduction, to sign the purchase agreement, or to move on to a better home.