Cable Lock Foundation Repair & Shoring

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New Orleans: 504-828-2223
Baton Rouge: 225-273-2525
Lafayette: 337-989-9090
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

House Lifting in New Orleans LA

Do you need a lift? Cable Lock Foundation Repair & Shoring provides house lifting services for entire homes or sections of homes. If your home is leaning, give it a lift by depending on our skilled team for house raising. We have the experienced team and a proven system that ensures a job well done.

You don't have to settle for sinking sand and a sliding foundation. Instead, allow our foundation contractors to set things straight again. Using our innovation Cable Lock system, we are able to lift any home, from single-family homes and multiple houses to historic structures. We know how to raise your home to a safer and more secure level.

Making Your House Lift Up!

You may not believe, but your home doesn't have to stay where it is. Using advanced technology and a patented process developed by our owner, David Knight, we can make your house lift! From a few inches to a few feet, the sky's the limit. House lifting is usually necessary when a portion of a home has sunk due to foundation settling, erosion, or other issues.

Rest assured, we can make all things level again. Whether your home is leaning to one side or it's sinking in the middle, we have the tools, experience, and advanced methods to correct the problem. Most importantly, we have the ability to complete your house lifting project on time and within budget.

Lifted House in New Orleans LA

How House Raising Works

It takes more than a jack to raise your home. In fact, if you need to raise your home, it is important use professionals that are highly experts in the field. In addition to providing house raising since 1996, our owner also invented the Cable Lock system that is currently being used by foundation contractors throughout the nation.

The pile system that we use is firmly locked together with a strong cable that has a tensile strength of 200,000 psi. This allows the lower part of the piling to act as an anchor, which prevents upheaval during wet periods. It is a state-of-the-art system that provides reliable support for a lifetime. In fact, we back up our work with a transferrable lifetime warranty.

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