New Freedom Foundation Repair

The slab foundation repair is started by building a trench, then spreading gravel and pouring the concrete. The drawback to a slab foundation is that the ductwork, electrical wiring, or plumbing for a business or a residence property is often either under or run through the concrete slab. Slab foundations can create upheavals, cracks, fissures, and more.

If there are cracks in a foundation, it can mean the building was built on collapsible sandy soils or expansive clay. Buildings or homes with no gutters or inadequate rain-run-off collection next to the foundation are in real danger of foundation damage.

Both residential and commercial buildings need strong concrete foundations to withstand the strains and pressures from extreme temperature changes that occur from season to season as well as moisture that will sometimes get into cracks and fissures and then expand when temperatures reach freezing. Concrete foundations do well in Texas clay soils, but it takes a company that knows how to build a good, strong foundation to ensure the foundation will last and provide the stability a residential or commercial building needs.

There are different types of concrete foundations. The walls help to support the floor and walls of the building and protect the foundation during storms.

Another concrete foundation option is the pier and beam which is a method that uses pads of concrete with beams to support the walls and floors of a building. Buildings may have masonry foundations or concrete beams and may also have issues such as cracks in sheet rock or in the brick veneer.

There are many construction companies that build and repair concrete foundations. Some of these companies specialize in residential, some specialize in commercial foundations, and some do both. Houston foundation repair work includes fissure, crack and leveling repair.

Another concrete foundation option is the pier and beam which is a method that uses pads of concrete with beams to support the walls and floors of a building. Buildings may have masonry foundations or concrete beams and may also have issues such as cracks in sheet rock or in the brick veneer. If there are cracks in a foundation, it can mean the building was built on collapsible sandy soils or expansive clay. Buildings or homes with no gutters or inadequate rain-run-off collection next to the foundation are in real danger of foundation damage.