Is your home showing signs of foundation problems? If it is, you need to have it inspected immediately. Over time, foundation problems can result in extremely costly repair problems, such as fixing uneven flooring, broken tiles, crooked doors and windows, and/or cracks in the drywall.
Granite Foundation Repair is an experienced foundation inspection and repair company that has helped property owners in Texas restore the structural integrity of their homes since 2002. Our inspection process is entirely FREE of any costs. We only charge for the repairs themselves.
Foundation problems are usually a result of external problems. For example, they could be caused by water, temperature changes, or soil composition and moisture content.
When you hire Granite Foundation Repair, we’ll carefully examine your home and provide you an easy-to-read report advising you on what problems you have and the next steps you should take. We serve Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth Plano, and the entire DFW metroplex.
Whether your foundation is concrete or a pier and beam one, rest assured Granite Foundation Repair can help you get to the root of the problem. Besides having a team of qualified professionals, our company is licensed, bonded, and insured.
Contact us today by calling 214-865-8609 or by leaving your details here. We will be more than happy to assist you in the best way we can.
What Are the Common Signs of Foundation Issues I Should Be In The Lookout For?
If you’re concerned about the possibility of having foundation damage in your Lewisville home, your best plan is to contact a professional. A professional will inspect your foundation regardless of whether it’s a concrete slab or pier and beam foundation and identify the source of the problem.
Figuring out the root cause of the problem is the first step to finding an appropriate solution. With foundation problems, acting fast is key. Over time, foundation issues will only get worse and result in more expensive repairs.
If you suspect your property may have some foundation issues, you should be on the lookout for these telltale signs of problems:
- Cracks on the walls, floors, and/or the foundation itself. This is inarguably one of the most common signs of foundation damage. These cracks are often caused by foundation movement or shifting. Small, hairline fissures are exceedingly common, anything exceeding 0.25” should warrant some concerns.
- The foundation settling into the ground. If you notice your home is sinking into the ground, contact a professional immediately. Foundation settlement is a serious problem and safety concern.
- The foundation is moving in an upward direction, causing doors to stick and fireplaces and steel columns to move upwards. If you see this happening, get in touch with professionals as soon as you can.
- Doors are becoming increasingly difficult to operate. This may be caused by high humidity levels but it may also be because of foundation issues.
- The floors are no longer level and are sagging, dipping, or bowing. If they are, it is possible that your pier and beam foundation has a problem.
It goes without saying that the sooner you fix a foundation issue the better off your property will be. What may begin as a subtle crack in your drywall can become a huge problem that may impact the habitability of your home.
Our Approach When Inspecting Foundation Problems
When you call Granite Foundation Repair, the first thing we’ll do is take a careful look at your concerns. Not all of your concerns may be caused by foundation problems. However, if it sounds like you might have foundation problems, we’ll schedule an inspection with you. It’s important that you are present during the inspection process.
During our inspection process, we examine both the interior and exterior of your Lewisville home. We use a variety of tools to help us get an accurate assessment of the problem. For example, we make use of a high-tech Zip Level to help us determine whether a home is level or not.
Once we have completed the inspection, we’ll then prepare a detailed report of our findings. This report will indicate our findings, as well as the solutions or next steps to fix any problems we may find.
Areas We Serve
We service the areas of Lewisville, Shady Shores, Grand Prairie, Greenville, Irving, Keller, Lake Worth, Lakewood Village, Lancaster, Lake Dallas, Nevada, Josephine, Hutchins, Kennedale, Little Elm, Lucas, Murphy, Mansfield, McKinney, New Hope, Mesquite, Highland Village, North Oak Point, Pantego, Lincoln Park, Parker, Plano, Princeton, Prosper, Lavon, Lewisville, Frisco, Richardson, Rockwall, Richland Hills, River Oaks, Roanoke, Glenn Heights, Rowlett, Royce City, Sachse, Seagoville, Southlake, Westwood Village, St. Paul, Sunnyvale, Terrell, Addison, The Colony, Westlake, Crowley, Wilmer, Bedford,White Settlement, Dalworthington Gardens, Wylie, Fort Worth Texas, Ft Worth Texas, Plano Texas, University Park, Allen, Fort Worth TX, Dallas, Arlington, Azle, Benbrook, Colleyville, Balch Springs, Combine, Heath, Saginaw, Crandall, Coppell, Denton, Hurst DeSoto, Cockrell Hill, Carrollton Cedar Hill, Fort Worth, Ft. Worth, Farmers Branch, Duncanville, Euless, Hebron, Hickory Creek, Farmersville, Grapevine,Fate, Haltom City, Flower Mound, Forest Hill, Forney, Richland Hills, Garland, Hackberry, Dallas, Highland Park, Fairview, and Watauga.
About Lewisville, Texas
Lewisville is a city in Denton County located within a suburb in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The city is estimated to have a population of about 109,270 people as per the recent census. This makes it the 36th largest city in the state of Texas.
There are many things to do and see in Lewisville. Some of the top attractions include the Grapevine Lake, Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, LLELA Nature Preserve, and Andrew Brown Park East.