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Foundation Repair can eventually be necessary for a homeowner due to our extreme climate changes. Seasonal drying or drought-like conditions cause the soil around your home to shrink. Excessive rain can make it swell. The shifting and moving of the ground below stresses the foundation and eventually cracks the slab.

Signs to Look For:

  • Cracks in Sheetrock
  • Gaps Around Window
  • Doors Sticking
  • Separation in Brick
  • Frame Pulling Away
  • Plumbing Breaks

At Allied Foundation, we have extensive knowledge of the unique soil properties found in Houston, Texas. We offer a comprehensive solution approach to any foundation repair. We know your home is one of your top investments, and we are here to help insure the protection of that investment! The first step in our foundation repair process is to determine the severity of the repairs.

The first possible foundation problems to check for are:

  1. Cracks found in the interior walls
  2. Doors that do not close properly
  3. Windows that open and close without much effort
  4.  Rise or sink in foundation floor
  5. Cracks found on exterior bricks
  6. Cracks found in concrete beam below siding or bricks of your home
  7. Separation of wood trim at exterior corners
  8. Separations of brick adjacent to wood surfaces at the side of garage doors or chimney

If you find any of these problems listed, call us at Allied Foundation for your free consultation and estimate. We will conduct a step-by step analysis of the interior and exterior of your home to determine if a foundation problem is present. When you need a foundation repair expert, call Allied Foundation.

Allied Foundation offers two outstanding piers:

1. A Driven Concrete Pier:

Solid Concrete Piers are driven to a point of refusal. Hydraulic jacks are then placed on concrete pads to level the foundation. The lift is then secured by blocks and shims.

2. A Pile Guard Pier:

Hardened mold-formed polymer joint guards are used to connect concrete piles driven to a point of refusal. With these in place a positive alignment and interlock is assured for a lifetime guaranteed repair.


Driven Concrete Pier

Pile Guard Piers



Houston homeowners can help avoid foundation repairs by keeping their foundations damp. The easiest way to do this is to invest in soaker hoses that can be placed around your home’s foundation. Watering your foundation during dry or drought-like conditions can greatly decrease the chances of foundation problems.

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