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After a convincing sales pitch I hired EagleLIFT to resolve an issue with my foundation.One room appeared to sink esp after a prolonged drought.

Salesman measured and insisted entire house needed "lifting" despite much of it in bedrock with no issues for 40 years. I was told it was a painless process with no damage to the interior as the floor foam injections wouldn't be noticeable and not damage the heating or water systems inside and underneath slab. Exterior was to take a few days. The house was a large midcentury design.

After 9 days of chaos the salesman announced they were done and demanded I sign off on the job. The water lines were filled with foam that could not be removed, radiant heat coils pierced in multiple areas, walls bowed, floors in almost all rooms now at a slant, windows didn't fit, some doors no longer closed, large floor holes every 4 ft throughout house and large new cracks in the slab. It was so dusty I developed an allergy to concrete dust.

They suggested leveling compound at my expense but the damage was extensive and beyond repair.As one contractor put it: "Lady, everything is fixable except your house."

Review about: Eaglelift Foundation Repair.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

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