Re-stumping or commonly know as re-blocking, this involves resetting (or replacing) the stumps (piers) on a house that uses a pier constructed subfloor. This is normally necessary when the house stumps have settled as a result of soil movement, its been incorrectly constructed or when wooden stumps have rotted as a result of moisture in the soil or the concrete stumps have cracked or deteriorated and need replacing. It is also a wise move to re-stump an older home that will be undergoing major renovations, due to the added strain on the structure of the house. Re-stumping any house is a big undertaking and if it's not executed correctly, it could be very dangerous for you and your house. Sig

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