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Restumping a house

Updated: Jun 18

Restumping concentrates on the process of replacing your core aspects of structural validity – the wooden or concrete ‘stumps’ that are at the base layer of your property. This is not an easy process. Among the many things that restumping assesses, there are:

  • Type of stumps

  • Re-levelling work requested

  • Floorboard removal

  • Other structures and underground plans and obstructions

  • The number of stumps

  • Spacing between stumps

  • Previous underpinning work

  • Building regulations



Further, a number of things can impact on how secure your stumps are, so its important to engage a professional services vendor to check things through first. Gravity, soil conditions, water and hail, and indeed time itself work their damage on your property’s structural validity.


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