Looking at a house with a 2" slope downward in the floor boards one side. This was likely caused by improper drainage of rainwater from the roof causing water to accumulate at the base of the house and eroding soil under the house. The spouts from the roof have to be repaired to avoid the problem from continuing, but I'm curious in regards to fixing the current slope.
I've been reading that the solution is mudjacking – pumping grout or concrete into the foundation to raise the house back to a leveled plane. Does anybody have experience with the process? Was it cumbersome? Did the issues return? Was it a 6 figure project?
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