Texas a Possible Leader in Foundation Repair – Dubious Honor

Dr. Harry Williams, an associate geology professor at the University of North Texas says that too many new homes in the area are being built on soils that are poorly suited for housing development because of the high expansive clay content of the land.

Texas could become “the possible leader in foundation repair.”

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    • Cubby Gardner
    • March 4, 2007

    S.O.S our walls and windows are cracking, the doors are out of alignment…we’re taking on water…we’re going down…S.O.S We need a quote ASAP…Contact info: Cubby Gardner 940-231-3476 after 5pm. Cubby.Gardner@charter.net

  1. Cubby,

    I’m not a contractor, but a homeowner like you. Check out how to find an engineer to look at your situation here:
    https://www.repairfoundation.net/2006/05/17/consider-a-structural-engineer/
    and a list of repair companies belonging to a the Texas trade association here: http://www.foundationperformance.org/index.cfm

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