La Vergne Floor Support Solutions
Providing High-Quality Structural Support Solutions Across Tennessee
United Structural Systems stands as a beacon of expertise and quality in the structural repair service industry. With a track record spanning over 25 years, we have successfully addressed the diverse structural support, foundation, and waterproofing needs of more than 25,000 property owners. Our commitment to exceptional service has earned us a 5-star rating from satisfied clients across Middle Tennessee and Southwestern Kentucky. If your home or business begins showing signs of structural problems, it's essential to act swiftly. Unaddressed issues can lead to further complications like leaning walls, door frames out of plumb, and uneven floors, all of which can jeopardize your home’s stability.
Don't let a failing floor become a serious safety hazard – let our experienced team restore its structural integrity. Request an estimate online today or call us at (615) 307-9510.
Have you noticed sinking, sagging, or bouncing floors in your home? Perhaps you've seen cracks in your drywall or your interior doors are sticking. These issues could indicate damage or poor construction in your floor framing or foundation support. At United Structural Systems, we can thoroughly assess your property and identify the root cause of these problems. United Structural Systems provides trusted floor support solutions in La Vergne. Our team of expert contractors are equipped to handle everything from minor repairs to major renovations, ensuring your home’s structural integrity is maintained. In addition to our floor support services, we also specialize in foundation repair, concrete leveling, and basement and crawl space services. As a leader in the area for these services, we're committed to delivering outstanding results and customer satisfaction.
Common Causes of Floor Support Issues
Home or business owners may require floor support services for a variety of reasons, each of which could potentially pose a risk to the structural integrity of your building.
Here are several common causes of floor support problems:
- Aging Infrastructure: Over time, buildings naturally age and may begin to show signs of wear and tear. This can result in sagging or uneven floors, especially in older homes or commercial properties that were not built to today's construction standards.
- Water Damage: Water is one of the most destructive forces for any structure. Persistent leaks, flooding, or high humidity levels can cause wood rot and other damage to the floor supports, leading to sagging or bouncing floors.
- Soil Settling or Shifting: Changes in the soil underneath a foundation and crawl space floor supports can lead to uneven floors. This can be caused by a variety of factors, such as poor soil compaction during construction, extensive periods of dry or wet weather, or seismic activity.
- Overloading: Placing too much weight on a floor, whether from heavy furniture or equipment in a commercial setting, can strain the supports and lead to sagging or cracking.
- Pest Infestations: Insects like termites or carpenter ants can cause significant damage to wooden floor supports and framing if not promptly addressed.
- Construction Errors: Mistakes made during the construction process, such as improperly spaced joists or inadequate support beams, can lead to structural issues down the line.
If you're experiencing any of these issues, seek professional help promptly. Ignoring the problem can lead to more extensive—and expensive—damage over time. At United Structural Systems, we specialize in identifying and addressing these types of issues to secure your home.
Why Choose United Structural Systems?
Our La Vergne floor support service team is experienced in dealing with a range of floor-related issues. Whether your joists are overspanned or damaged due to excessive moisture, soil settling, or insect infestation, we have the tools and techniques to provide an effective, long-lasting solution. We may use additional steel support posts and beams to lift and support a sagging area or use sister joists to restore integrity to split, cracked, or otherwise damaged joists. We can also repair or replace any damaged wood to provide adequate support to your flooring.
Contact Us Today
Don't let sagging or uneven floors compromise the comfort and safety of your property. Reach out to our floor support services team in La Vergne today to learn more or to request an estimate. We proudly serve Middle Tennessee, Southern Kentucky, and Western Kentucky, including communities around Nashville, Clarksville, Franklin, and Murfreesboro.
Call today at (615) 307-9510.
“I have rarely dealt with any company that comes close to USS in the quality of work they do, and in the honesty, ethics, character, and integrity of their company, staff, and repairmen.” Sandra
“USS is my go-to vendor for everything related to foundation concerns and repairs!” M.E. Myhre - Compass Realty
“If you need foundation repairs this company definitely has your best interest at heart and are very straight forward and honest to deal with.” JV
“A fantastic result. When completed, this "crawl space" will become a 1500sf suite with 9'6" ceilings. Could not have done this without USS.” Rob B.
“Very satisfied customer and I’m able to sleep better during heavy rain not worrying about my crawl space anymore!” Steven F.
We're the right choice.
Lifetime GuaranteeAt no additional charge, we offer transferable lifetime warranties on our foundation repair and waterproofing services.
An Experienced TeamWe’ve worked with over 25,000 customers in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Alabama. Many of our team members have been with us for 5, 10, 15 years or longer.
Hundreds of 5-Star ReviewsOur customer reviews speak for themselves. Click here to check them out.
call for a free consultation.
25+ Years and CountingWe’ve been serving residential and commercial customers since 1994.
Payment & Financing OptionsWe don’t ask for payment until the repairs are completed. We offer financing plans, accept major credit cards and personal checks.
We Won't Sell You An Unnecessary RepairIf your foundation doesn’t need a repair, we’ll let you know.