There are two general classes of foundation repair; deep, and shallow. Deep repairs, sometimes referred to as underpinning, mostly involve pushing or screwing steel piers into the ground to transfer the support and lift structural elements of a foundation. Shallow repairs can be used to address slab-on-grade foundations such as floating slab floors which have …Read More
Below is a comparison of the four major methods of foundation repair used in Texas. While each has its advantages and its disadvantages, a side-by-side comparison of Dawson’s Bell Bottom Pier method clearly demonstrates that it is the most reliable way to solve a home foundation problem permanently. This method is proven and has been …Read More
Do you have cracked walls? Doors that won’t close? Bulging floors? Any of these can be signs of foundation problems. Foundation settlement can lead to major structural problems within your home. Luckily there are ways to repair a concrete foundation without having to tear it out and start from scratch. Foundation settlement and movement requiring …Read More
CONCRETE FOUNDATION REPAIR METHODS Past techniques for repair of sunken concrete has varied. Wood, concrete, cement and steel have been poured, pushed, turned or somehow forced into the ground trying to salvage these foundations and slabs, while early on, anyone and everyone, trained or untrained, became “experts” at this type of repair. Often as not, …Read More
I have nothing but good things to say about Quincy Lewis and his crew. My job was done professionally, clean and promptly.
The only issues I had were my own. I should have followed the direction of john and done my entire house from the start.
To Abry Bros,
A very good job very courteous, professional and informative. Good job Ken, Quincy and the crew.
Please accept this note as an expression of our grattitude for the professional job you and your crew did at our house. Thanks for explaining the work so well and doing anything possible to make it a pleasant experience.
We really appreciate what you guys did.
Hugh and Shannon Cunningham