Owning an historic or older home means embracing its distinctive charm and character. Nevertheless, as time passes, even the most resilient of older residences may encounter structural challenges, such as foundation issues and water damage. This is precisely where Appalachian Property Preservation steps in. We stand as your reliable ally in safeguarding and rejuvenating the structural stability of older homes. Backed by years of expertise and a profound knowledge of historical building methods, we excel in delivering personalized solutions for foundation repair, structural restoration, and waterproofing, all tailored to meet the specific needs of your historic home.
Older homes often present unique challenges due to their construction methods and materials. Not every contractor is qualified to work on these types of homes. Our experienced team has extensive experience working with a variety of historical building techniques, allowing us to provide tailored solutions that respect your home’s history.
As time passes, the foundations of older homes may undergo deterioration, resulting in potential structural instability. Our range of foundation repair services is designed to address this issue comprehensively. Ways we can repair the foundation of your home include foundation repairs, carbon fiber straps, and wall braces and anchors.
If your older home is showing signs of structural damage, such as sagging floors, cracked walls, or weakened beams, our team can restore its structural integrity. We employ advanced techniques to fix and reinforce structural elements, ensuring your home stands the test of time.
Older homes are often more susceptible to water intrusion due to outdated drainage systems and aging foundations. We offer state-of-the-art waterproofing solutions that protect your home from moisture damage and maintain its aesthetic appeal.
Our team is made up of fully licensed home remodeling contractors and our mission is to repair and preserve the condition of our client’s historic homes. Call Appalachian Property Preservation today to renovate your old house.
Check out the images below from a recent project we worked on. This house in Rocky Mount was built in 1831!