Was your home in Grand Prairie, Texas, built on expansive soils? Are you thinking about buying a home here? If so, you may want to call Olshan Foundation Repair. A lot of companies brag that they have years of industry experience, but we have more than that.
In fact, we have 85 years of experience, and our company has gained a reputation for integrity, quality workmanship and honesty. If you even have a structural question in the back of your mind, you should schedule a free structural assessment today.
The Dangers of Poor Structural Integrity
Warning signs that your home has poor structural integrity vary. You may find that the windows and doors open slowly, as they face resistance. Another danger is that if the home’s foundation goes without repair for long enough, eventually, the home could suffer serious cosmetic and structural damage.
You want to catch and repair damage to the foundation as soon as possible, because the cost continues to snowball over time. What may have been a $3,000 repair can rise to $15,000 or more in a hurry. The sooner you stop the damage, the better.
Repairing your foundation with Olshan is easy. We offer a variety of flexible payment programs based on your needs.
Here are some of the perks when it comes to payment:
- No Application Fees or Closing Costs
- Almost No Paperwork
- Credit Approval Can Take as Little as 10 Minutes
- Application Process is Straightforward and Simple
- No Prepayment Penalties
- No Payments and No Interest for up to 12 Months!
The Process of Foundation Repair in Grand Prairie
The average foundation repair will take a few days to finish, depending on the severity of the damage. Most of that time involves excavating and drilling pilings underneath the home, then testing them. When Olshan Foundation Repair does this job, we take care of your property like it was our own. Our professional crews do their best to save your lawn and plants, and we also clean up after we have finished the job.
First, we conduct a soil core test. This is a 15 to 18-foot soil test that determines the depth needed for stable soil. Without this test, your foundation repair contractor is making guesses that could cost you later. In the northern Texas region, such as Grand Prairie, regulations require that you have to dig six to seven feet below the frost line. This is so that the pipes don’t freeze. In south Texas, that frost line is only a foot, so the stable soil might be higher.
After that, we do what is called boxing where we drill holes and follow the plan that we had for placing the pilings. The holes will be dug until stable soil has been found with the guidance of the test. Next, we put in the steel rebar and pour the concrete. The pier holes will be filled with the concrete, and the steel rebar will be added for extra reinforcement. Finally, we clean up the job site and haul away the dirt from the excavated holes.
Olshan Foundation Solutions pays special attention to the clean-up because we know that the client appreciates our efforts. We do our best to focus on quality control with our foundation repairs. While Texas is infamous for structural damage, Olshan’s friendly technicians will stand behind you. We offer the patented Cable Lock ST Plus, which is our most popular solution, because of the improvements to cost, quality installation and long term reliability. It’s backed by a lifetime transferable warranty.
We work with residential and business structures throughout the Dallas, Fort Worth Metroplex, including Arlington, Bedford, Carrollton, the Colony, Coppell, Dallas, Denton, Euless, Garland, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Fort Worth, Frisco, Irving, Hurst, Lewisville, Mansfield, McKinney, Mesquite, North Richland Hills, Richardson, Waxahachie and Weatherford. Get in touch with us today for a free estimate — there’s no obligation to you!