Drop girders and beams hold the center of your house together, typically run parallel to your band, support your joists and sit on a piering system that carries key loads throughout your home.
No other foundation repair company in North or South Carolina replaces as much rotted beam as Falcone Crawl Space. Structural Repair is one of our specialities.
Replacing crawl space components is complex, and not a do-it-yourself task. The crawl space specialists at Falcone Crawl Space & Structural Repair can install additional supports when your floors sag and can replace rotted structural members due to termite or moisture damage.
Your Carolina structural repair experts
Your on-site crew leader will have completed extensive classroom training in building systems and proven themselves in the field by replacing over 5,000 linear feet of band, still, girder and joists.
Wood members of crawl spaces are subject to moisture damage (rot), pest damage (from termites, carpenter ants, etc.), dry rot, warping due to being over spanned. If the rotted wood and its cause are not addressed, wood keeps rotting away, getting weaker and weaker. All crawl space wood replacement will be backed with a 30 year transferable warranty.
Falcone carpenters are experienced at replacing all components of your floor system, including bandsill, girders, joists and subfloor.
I am very pleased with the work Falcone did at my home. I engaged them for two projects. They came out, took pictures and explained everything. I was kept informed about next steps on the projects. I highly recommend Falcone.
This group is one of the hardest working companies that we have hired. Chris and Randall were courteous, continuously kept me informed, and knew the crafting needed to stop my drainage problems. We would absolutely hire Falcone again.
Known by many names – band, band joist, rim joist, band board; sill, sill plate, mudsill – these important structural members run along the perimeter of your home.
Joists are 2x material that run perpendicular to your girder and carry your live or daily load (furniture, people, etc.).
A subfloor is a structural layer that is installed over the joists or concrete slab of a building's foundation. It provides a flat and stable surface for the finished flooring materials, such as hardwood, laminate, carpet, or tile, to be installed upon.