Southlake Foundation Repair
Southlake's Most Trusted Foundation Repair Crew
At Perma Pier, we understand how stressful it can be to notice foundation damage in your home. Cracks in the walls, doors that won’t close properly, and uneven floors are all telltale signs that your foundation is in need of repair. If you’re dealing with foundation issues, it’s important to act quickly. Perma Pier is the leading foundation repair team in Southlake, and we have over 20 years of experience helping homeowners resolve their foundation problems.
- FREE foundation evaluations
- Flexible payment options
- Over 30,000 projects completed
Foundation Services We Offer
We Know Texas Soil
With Perma-Pier teams in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston we are able to take our knowledge of each Texas region’s soils, assess the impacts they have on your commercial or residential property.More About Us
Exceptional warranty Offerings
We understand a foundation repair warranty is only as good as the company that offers it. Perma-Pier Foundation Repair has been serving the Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin areas since 1992 and has a solid reputation to back its warranty.Warranty Options
Our Association Partnerships
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS
Texas Association of Builders
Greater Ft Worth Builders Association
Southlake, TX Soil Experts
Perma Pier is the only foundation repair company in Texas with staff trained in geological science. This means that we provide a more tailored solution to your foundation issues, as we understand that each soil type is unique. Our services are specifically compatible with your Southlake soil, meaning that you won’t have to worry about your foundation ever again. Our goal is to provide a long-lasting and durable foundation, which is why we’re confident that our services are the best in Texas.
Professional & Reliable Foundation Repair Services
There are a lot of foundation repair contractors out there, so how can you be sure that you’re choosing the right one? Through hundreds of 5-star reviews, our past customers have noted our team’s professionalism, honesty, and thorough work. We want you to feel just as confident as we do in the work being done. That’s why we offer lifetime warranties, flexible payment options, and individualized solutions. When you work with us, you can rest assured knowing that your home is in good hands.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I really need foundation repair?
Maybe! If your home is a tenth of an inch out of level, you don’t need to pull out your wallet just yet. But if your home’s foundation has significant damage from the soil heaving or contracting, it's best to tackle the problem before it snowballs into a bigger one. The last thing you want is to have to replace windows, doors, counters, etc. because you didn’t have the right foundation solutions.
For how long do I have to move out for foundation repair?
Foundation repair is less intrusive than it seems. In most cases, foundation can be repaired through tunnels dug around the perimeter of the property. Our team will come out, tunnel outside of your property, go under it to fix the foundation, then close the tunnel back up. You won't even remember we were there.
Do cracks mean foundation problems?
Not necessarily. Some cracks, like stair-step cracks on the outside of windows, can be more indicative of foundation problems. Others are just cracks caused by the normal settling of your property. If you’re unsure, it’s best to call an expert for some peace of mind.
What causes foundation problems in Texas?
The major causes of foundation issues are landscaping, irrigation, drainage, weather, and plumbing. Everything from the roots of your trees to the way your drainage and irrigation are set up will be a huge factor on the health of your foundation.
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