Learn more about home elevation, home reconstruction, and elevated new homes from P3 contractors who have been elevating homes for over 25 years.
We have a large team and a large fleet of company-owned home elevation equipment. Our process enables us to begin many projects each week and work each one through the construction sequence within about 60 days after permitting. Our permitting team typically needs 7 to 30 days, depending on jurisdiction. Specialty buildings will require a longer engineering period.
Our costs are mostly linear with slab size. We can provide a detailed estimate for your home elevation.
We provide turn-key services for most projects. We provide everything needed for a complete elevation.
No problem. We expect to find 2-10 of the 100 most common issues and we efficiently solve them all. We’ll bring to your attention anything of particular concern or cost before we start.
Two possibilities. If your home receives a “Substantial Damage” designation from your city or county, or you have repetitive flood claims, you will likely qualify for an ICC (Increased Cost of Compliance) grant of about $30,000. This is not a recovery grant, it is a prevention grant. We can help. Other grants are rare. FMA (Flood Mitigation Assistance) and HMGP (Hazard Mitigation Grant Program) grants require city or county sponsorship and must survive a multi-year justification and elimination process.
Yes. We can refer you to lenders who commonly make elevation loans.
We use the state-of-the-art Unified Jacking System to elevate the entire slab. (and a lot of preparation and care.)
TIP: DO NOT let anyone punch holes in your slab and DO NOT let anyone separate the walls from the slab. If the house is gutted, this “slab separation” method is okay.
If it’s already remodeled/repaired, separating walls and slab will not be cost effective. These outdated methods can have a ton of hidden costs and require more time before you can settle in.
Make sure you have a highly detailed list of deliverables and final costs before you sign or pay anything. Do not be pressured into hasty action. A sound process yields a sound elevation experience.
No. Some jurisdictions will not issue a repair/remodel permit until you are elevated above the floodplain. If you’re allowed, we encourage you to do all things necessary to restore your home life. The elevation process is non-intrusive and no contents need to be removed.
We find most homeowners have many questions about the home elevation process, project costs, and funding. You should expect a friendly consultation (at no cost) which covers all your questions. Contact us today for an elevation consultation & estimate.
We proudly raise, reconstruct, and build homes in:
Guadalupe County | Harris County | Ft. Bend County | Galveston County Aransas County | Brazoria County
Liberty County | Montgomery County Jefferson County | Orange County | Chambers County | Hardin County
Cypress | Katy | Simonton | Pasadena | Galveston | Nassau Bay | Seguin | New Braunfels
Bellaire | Lake Jackson | Dickinson | Bevil Oaks | Kingwood | Humble | Friendswood
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