What Causes Sloping Floors?
Various issues can cause sloping floors.
If your crawl space or slab foundation begins to settle into the soil below, your floors will slope toward the lowest settling section.
If moisture builds up inside your crawl space, your wooden joists and support posts can absorb water, leading to rot and mold. This will slowly weaken the joists and posts, causing them to deteriorate and crumble.
Sloping Floor Solutions
Here are a few different solutions for sloping floors.
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Is it normal to have sloping floors?
How much does it cost to fix a sloping floor?
Since sloping floors can be caused by different issues and require separate solutions, the cost to repair them can range from $1,000 to beyond $10,000.