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Posted By:
ALEX PINEDA
Posting ID:
4260t0317
Location:
Dallas\ Fort Worth
Telephone:
214-777-2478
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Service Category:Home Services
Business Name:A & R Foundation Repair
Address:
1900 Clover Leaf #121
Irving, TX 75061

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A & R FOUNDATION REPAIR SPECIALIST, a company 100% dedicated to the repairing of, both, residential and commercial foundations. As a family operated business, we are pleased to say we offer the best services, next to the most resent and up to date technology operated by men today! Our tools are 100% reliable and to assure you that our job is safe and professional we offer a life time warranty, as if that wasn't enough, our warranty is transferable from owner to owner. Like a formal company, A & R Foundation Repair Specialist, are careful and respectful of your home, not damaging plants, bushes, pipes,, electrical cords and objects that may be at risk during this repairing process.

LOOK ALL OUR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Steel Pressed Piers
Double Pressed Piers
Single Pressed Piers
Drilling Piers
Block System
Mud Jacking
Helical Piers
Root Barrier
Internal Leak Corrections
Internal Tunnels
French Drainage
Main Line Drain Change
Complete Concrete Works


Foundation repair costs and methods vary widely. Many companies attempt to sell you a "cookie cutter" approach to foundation repair that is designed to maximize their bottom line with little concern for the long-term stability of your foundation. Many of these same companies offer a "lifetime warranty" that only provides for adjustments if your foundation continues to move.

In order to understand what is needed to properly repair your foundation you must understand what caused the problem.

The vast majority of foundation movement in Texas is the result of clay soils expanding and contracting. This expansion and contraction is caused by changes in soil moisture content. Because foundations are designed to be soil-supported, any soil movement also causes the foundation to move. This soil expansion and contraction normally extends to a depth of 8-12 feet below the soil surface. This first 8-12 feet of below the surface is called the "active zone".

Now that you know what caused your foundation to move, the following will seem fairly simple. Long-term stabilization of any foundation requires that the repair extends through the "active zone" and is seated in soils that are not expanding and contracting.


The only way to insure that the repair is the proper IS CALLING US TO MAKE AN ESTIMATE AND GIVE YOU THE BEST RECOMMENDATION FOR YOUR HOUSE AND YOUR POCKET

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