Texas’s dry soil means that its home foundations are notoriously vulnerable to instability.
In this video, Structured Foundation Repairs owner and president Tom Kidd explains how homeowners can help to prevent foundation problems from developing. He also discusses some of the warning signs that can indicate that something may be wrong with your home’s foundation.
Structured Foundation Repairs offers comprehensive foundation repair services, including drainage correction and pier and beam repair. We are insured and bonded for your protection, and our full office staff will be happy to answer your questions. To find out more about our services, call (972) 484-1200 or visit us on the Web.
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A strong foundation is absolutely essential to the long-term survival of your home. At the first sign of foundation issues, finding a fast fix is crucial. However, even more important than acting quickly is finding a reputable foundation repair contractor to do the work. Hiring a contractor who isn’t up to the job could leave you with an expensive mess on your hands and serious damage to your property. In this infographic, Structured Foundation Repairs, Inc. explains why finding the right foundation repair specialist is so important and how to weed out risky choices. Use these tips if your foundation shows signs of distress, and help your family and friends make informed choices about foundation repair by sharing this information with them.
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 (972) 484-1200.