Last updated 7 days ago
The Technidea Ziplevel offers revolutionary measuring abilities for foundation repair estimates. This state-of-the-art level uses high precision altimeter technology to determine the exact level and elevation of a home. No matter what challenges the grading or leveling of a property poses, the Technidea Ziplevel will ensure that measurements are taken efficiently and accurately. Let’s take a look at some of the advantages of using the Technidea Ziplevel during a foundation repair project.
Precision Altimeter Abilities
A conventional rotary laser can take considerable time and effort to achieve an accurate reading. On the jobsite, factors such as hills and visual obstructions can all complicate the measuring process. The Technidea Ziplevel, by contrast, offers precision altimeter abilities. This cutting-edge leveling tool can achieve precise readings, even under tough situations. Using its precise calibration abilities, the Technidea Ziplevel can achieve an exact reading, without the use of a complicated laser that is connected to a rod and a sensor. With the Technidea Ziplevel, an estimator can achieve a reading that is precise down to 0.050 of an inch.
Quick and Efficient Operation
The Technidea Ziplevel offers quick and efficient operation, so this incredible measuring device can help make a foundation repair project run more smoothly. This tool can be set up in two seconds and taken down in five seconds. The Technedia Ziplevel is also incredibly durable, and can operate in temperatures as low as -22 Fahrenheit and as high as 158 Fahrenheit. Using a single 9 volt battery, the Technidea Ziplevel can operate for a year with daily usage.
To learn more about the innovative tools and engineered approved methods that Secured Foundation Repairs will use during your home foundation repair project, visit our website. We offer free slab or pier and beam evaluations, and our company is fully insured and bonded for your protection. To set up a consultation for your home in the Dallas area, call us at (888) 459-6317.
Last updated 20 days ago
When you are concerned that your home may need foundation work, your repair process will start with a comprehensive analysis. At Structured Foundation Repairs, we offer free evaluations for all of our clients. When you contact our office and schedule an evaluation, we will send one of our evaluators out to visit your property. Foundation evaluations and recommended repairs are always opinion based. In order to come up with a logical plan of repair the analyst will do a visual inspection looking for signs of stress, including but not limited to brick cracks, sheetrock cracks, door and window separations, etc. He will then take a full set of floor elevations using state of the art equipment. After the evaluation process has been completed, he will determine if repairs are needed. If so, he will leave a written estimate with you at the time of evaluation. He can also call the office to expedite scheduling the repairs.
To schedule your free foundation analysis today, contact Structured Foundation Repairs by calling (888) 459-6317. We are proud to serve the Dallas and Ft. Worth areas with expert foundation repair and drainage correction services. To learn more about how we can help you repair your slab or pier and beam foundation, be sure to visit our website.
Last updated 28 days ago
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Roxanne – Post Production
Sara Nicholson – Office Manager
Heidi Morrison – Operations Manager
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Mitzi – Evaluation Scheduler
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Robert Springstead - Field Superintendent
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Mario Lopez - Crew Chief
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Last updated 1 month ago
During our evaluations of Pier & Beam houses we crawl the understructure to determine if there is any rotten wood that needs to be replaced. Watch this video to see Structural Analyst, Billy Tatum, find rotten sill plate.
Last updated 1 month ago
When dealing with excess moisture in the ground it is important to know the difference between a Surface drain and a French drain as they serve two very different purposes.
Why would I need a surface drainage system??
All homes require proper drainage. Homes that have poor drainage can heave. (i.e. if water ponds within 4 feet or so of the foundation after watering or rain) This heaving of the foundation causes stress to both the foundation and structure.
What is a Surface Drainage System?
A surface drainage system typically includes 9 inch by 9 inch or 12 by 12 inch area drains and 4 inch flexible PVC pipe. The system is used to collect water at ground level and channel it away from the home. If there is not enough natural grade to allow the water to gravity drain away, it may be necessary to install a sump and a pump system.
Why would I need a French drain?
?A French drain is most commonly used to collect and channel ground water to keep it from going under the home. Ground water that travels under a slab foundation can cause a foundation to go up and down repeatedly which can cause foundation problems.
What is a French Drain?
?A French drainage system typically consists of a deep trench (approximately 4 feet deep), a perforated 4" PVC pipe, a permeable wrap to go around the pipe, and gravel. French drains are common drainage systems, primarily used to prevent ground water from migrating under the foundation.
On occasion both types of drainage may be needed and a Combo Drain is installed.
What is a Combo Drain?
A Combo drainage system is a French drain and a Surface drain used in conjunction with each other in the same trench to remove excessive ground and surface water from around the foundation.
If you have concerns that you might need drainage at your property, the analysts at Structured Foundation Repairs, Inc. are fully trained to provide a free evaluation, and prepare the proper repair plan to address your drainage and foundation needs. Visit our website to learn more about our services. To set up a free evaluation, call today at (888) 459-6317.