Foundation issues can seem daunting. What starts with small wall cracks or doors that no longer close easily can quickly snowball into:
The fastest and most cost-effective way to handle foundation problems is to tackle them head-on. As soon as you notice signs of structural damage, contact Lone Star Foundation Repair for a free estimate.
Our foundation repair company has been serving East Texas homes and businesses since 2016.
We’ve seen many home foundations in various states of disrepair, which is why we can highly recommend requesting an inspection at the first sign of foundation failure.
Lone Star Foundation Repair is committed to providing honest evaluations and professional service.
Cracks in concrete foundations like to trap water, creating the perfect environment for toxic mold to grow. Even with a pier and beam foundation, the crawl space under your home may hold water over time and cause wood rot, mold, mildew, and unpleasant odors.
It is natural for the weatherproofing of your wooden beams to wear down over time. That’s why you must be on the lookout for this breakdown and the side effects that indicate your foundation is being impacted. When it’s time for concrete slab repair or new foundation piers, call Lone Star Foundation Repair.
It can be scary to experience foundation issues. Because it directly affects the structural integrity of your home, foundation problems can compromise the safety of you and your family. Our experienced crew is licensed to manage repair work for all types of foundations.
It can seem convenient to choose a pier and beam foundation because you don’t have to level and compact the soil perfectly as you do with a concrete slab foundation. Pier and beam are typically a bit more expensive, but they do not directly rest on the soil like concrete does making pier and beam more durable.
However, with time, shifting soil and extreme temperatures do take effect, and pier and beam homes need to be releveled. The crawl space adds an extra area of concern as water can be trapped beneath the home. When you begin to see signs of shifting, call Lone Star Foundation Repair.
Concrete slabs are very common in East Texas, as they are a faster and more cost-effective option than pier and beam. However, if the soil is not perfectly compacted below the concrete pour, or there is a lot of freezing, thawing, and shifting of the soil, you will begin to see cracks in your foundation.
Repairing your concrete foundation doesn’t have to be stressful. With a free inspection from Lone Star, we will honestly tell you if you need a repair immediately, a repair eventually, or if no repair is necessary.
Uneven sinking can cause floor joists to buckle, plumbing problems to arise, and much more. If your home is settling at different rates, the team at Lone Star Foundation Repair is ready to help restore your property to its correct elevation.
Sagging, uneven floors create tripping hazards and are a sign that your foundation is settling unevenly. Creaking floorboards can be another indicator that something is shifting under the surface.
Cracks can appear in the walls, ceiling, or flooring, but not all cracks are structural. Our experts can tell during your inspection if cracks are structural. You can also keep an eye on the crack, and if it appears to be growing, it is probably the result of foundation issues.
Door and window frames will begin pulling away from the wall, and the locking mechanisms will be harder to use properly because a shifting or uneven foundation will make the lock and plumb misaligned.
Unlike settling, this occurs when soil is buckling upward due to excess moisture in the soil and swelling.
If any of these signs sound familiar to you, it’s time to call Lone Star Foundation Repair for a free inspection. Our experts will offer solutions, schedule your repair, and approve your financing onsite in less than five minutes. With payment plans to fit any budget, you don’t have to delay your foundation repair until it causes more damage. Take care of your home with foundation services today.
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