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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What kind of shape will my yard be in after repairs are completed?
A: We do our very best to save all landscaping.  We will relocate any plants or shrubs that are directly in the area to be repaired before we begin the foundation repair process.  We return all plants and shrubs to their original location once the foundation repair is complete.


Q: Will repairing one area of my home cause damage to another area that isn’t being repaired?
A: No, repairing the damaged area will not cause other areas around the foundation to fail.


Q: How long can I wait to repair my foundation?
A: When a foundation begins to fail, it should be addressed immediately.  It can potentially cause damage to plumbing, sheetrock and the structure.  Waiting can be very costly.


Q: Is there a better time of year to repair your home?
A: The best time to repair your foundation would be as soon as possible.  The time of year does not make a difference on the foundation repair.


Q: Can I remodel my home before I repair the foundation?
A: Home improvements should be avoided until the foundation is repaired.


Q: How long should I wait to make repairs around my home after my foundation has been repaired?
A: It is best to wait approximately 60-90 days before any repairs are made.


Q: What does Foundation Repair cost?
A: Costs vary from structure to structure.  Some structures require more piers than others.  Each home must be inspected by a qualified professional to get an accurate assessment of the repair that will be needed.


Q: Why are there many different repair methods?
A: Different companies use different methods to repair foundations.  We chose the Dual-Pier System because it is the best in the industry.  We offer a lifetime warranty and a have a product that will truly last.

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