Remodeling Your Home After Hurricane Harvey? You Might Want to Check the Foundation First

If your home took-on water during Hurricane Harvey and you suspect that you might have foundation problems, like cracks in walls or uneven floors, it’s best to have your home inspected before making cosmetic repairs or installing new flooring. Here’s why…

CW39 NEWSFIX: GPS data shows Harvey bent the Earth’s crust beneath Houston

Chris Cates, General Manager of Olshan Foundation Repair in Houston, TX interviewed by CW39 news.

Finding Cracks in Your Concrete Slab After a Flood?

Another major problem – removing soaked carpet & padding or damaged flooring only to find that your concrete slab has developed cracks. If you’re finding cracks in your concrete slab, Crack Lock is an affordable way to help stop the problem before you re-finish your floors.

Raising Your Home Above Base Flood Elevation

Finally, for homeowners that live in areas prone to flooding, Home Elevation may be an option to consider. The Home Elevation process literally raises your home above base flood elevation. It’s complex and can be pricey, but it works, such as this case where residents in an elevated home were able to save their flooded neighbors. The good news, payment options and financial assistance programs are available.

We’re Here to Help

If you have questions about raising your home or addressing foundation problems post-Harvey, feel free to contact our team and we will do our very best to assist you.