Your home’s foundation is just as important as any other element of your house, and it too requires regular maintenance. Partnering with a reputable company specializing in foundations will help to ensure yours lasts for years to come. The Texas #DirtNerds at Perma Pier are the ideal people for the job, Our team can examine, diagnose, and fix any foundation problems you may have, guaranteeing that your Sugar Land home has a solid foundation— literally!
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- Extensively trained in Texas' unique soil
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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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