KPRC 2 News called on Chris Cates, Olshan Foundation Repair of Houston General Manager, for expert commentary in their segment on weather issues plaguing area homeowners.
Chris explained how extreme heat and extended drought conditions put foundations at risk for damage from increased settling. As supporting soil dries out and pulls away from the house, foundations can shift, sink, and lose their load-bearing capacity.
In this news feature, Chris walks viewers through some of the most common warning signs of foundation damage. He also makes practical recommendations that homeowners can put in place to protect slabs and foundations and prevent more serious deterioration. Foundation repairs can be costly if problems are left unaddressed, and Chris’ tips on foundation watering can potentially save homeowners thousands if they follow a consistent watering regimen.
Olshan has been helping Houston homeowners protect their property with full-service foundation repair and restoration expertise since 1933. It’s no wonder that media outlets like KPRC 2 rely on Olshan for straight, authoritative answers when Mother Nature threatens homes in the gulf region.
Protecting your foundation can prevent all kinds of other damage to your home’s structure and interior finishes, and after all, your house is one of the biggest lifetime investments you’ll make.
If you suspect that your foundation might be at risk from Houston drought conditions, feel free to contact Olshan for a no-cost evaluation.
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