Lone Star Foundation Repair is ready to tackle foundation work of any size home in Tyler, TX and East Texas. Because of the diversity of problems East Texas homeowners face, we offer several methods of foundation repair. Through our evaluation of your home and its foundation, we can help you best decide which type of structural repair fits your home’s needs.
For concrete slab repair, we dig holes under and around the house’s foundation to insert heavy-duty support piers. This supports the home so that it is stable again.
After the foundation is repaired and secured, we will restore the landscaping to look like it did before we started. The cracks in your walls or along your brick will shrink significantly. Your home will be fully restored, and all the signs of foundation problems will be minimized or erased when we are finished.
Most cost effective solution. 6000 psi concrete cylinders are driven to refusal. Backed by our Transferable Warranty
Provides added depth of steel and the affordability of concrete. Backed by our Transferable Warranty.
Provides the deepest and strongest protection. 2 7/8” steel pipe with sleeve lock technology is engineered to protect your home for a lifetime. Backed by our Lifetime Transferable Warranty.
Foundation repair in East Texas is typically required when the ground beneath your house shifts and changes over time. This is usually due to changes in the amount of moisture in the soil. This is especially a problem in East Texas, where the local red clay in the region can significantly affect houses in the area.
If the soil beneath one section of your home dries out, the ground may shrink, leaving that part of your house unsupported. On the other hand, if the soil beneath your house retains too much moisture without draining correctly, the ground may swell, pushing that section of your home up.
In both cases, your home's foundation is no longer evenly supported, which can cause some sections to sag down and cause cracks in the foundation.
If left untreated, foundation problems in Tyler, TX and East Texas will get bigger and worse over time.
Does your brick grout have cracks in a zig-zag or stair-step pattern? This could be a sign of foundation problems.
If your doors don’t open and close easily, it could be because your house is no longer level.
If you notice large cracks where the wall seems to be separated from another wall or separated from the ceiling, you should get your foundation inspected.
Have you noticed a dip in your floor? Do you hear squeaking when you walk over certain sections of your floor? This is a frequent symptom of foundation problems.
Want to know if your home in the Tyler area needs foundation repair services? Contact us today to schedule a foundation inspection. We will tell you precisely what, if any, issues your home's foundation has and what it will take to fix it.