Does your structure suffer from rotting posts? This is common particularly in old pole barns, where post-frame construction used a centuries-old technique to build sturdy, reliable structures quickly. The posts were buried a few feet into the ground when constructed, and as a result, tend to rot over the years. This can compromise the structural integrity of your building. Those rotting posts should be replaced, repaired or braced in some way for safety and functionality. If you’re wondering who can fix a rotted post bottom in Peoria IL, turn to the area’s specialist: Savage Building Systems.
If your pole barn, commercial building or other structure is starting to fail, crack, rot, tip, crack or sink, it may have a lot to do with rotting post bottoms. We can reinforce and repair those posts with state-of-the-art products that we stand behind with pride. Quick action is the key. Remember, many pole barns and older buildings were crafted centuries ago for speed and efficiency but not necessarily for long-lasting allure. For safety and to preserve the life span of your structure, you need us to repair the rotted post bottoms.
Our contractors proudly use proven Savage Building Systems materials on all our post repairs. We also supply professional post frame builders with products and tools that result in better strength, durability, and precision. When demolition is out of the question, and you want to preserve the historical significance and function of your barn, you need fast and lasting post bottom repairs by professionals you trust.
You’re in luck. We specialize in repairs to posts bottoms, of course, but also to beams, gutter systems, roofs and other structural components. Our goal is to maintain the integrity and safety of the building.
For example, Savage Building Systems offers these types of repairs for your building:
To learn more about how we can repair rotted post bottoms in Peoria IL, call us at 815-475-5457 or email us at email@example.com. We are based in Minonk IL but serve all of Peoria and surrounding areas.