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The Allied Foundation Difference - Why Us

By Jon on December 9, 2021

The choice of a foundation repair company in Houston is always an important one. You want to be sure you are getting the right skills and the right support at the right price. An inexperienced crew can put your foundation in danger by failing to correct the problem the first time.

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Protect What's Yours - Foundation Repair

By Jon on November 22, 2021

If you suspect you might have a problem with your home’s foundation, it’s crucial to get it checked out right away. Foundation repair can be highly affordable and quicker than you might think – but if the issue is allowed to worsen for months or even years, it can get complicated.

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Foundation Problems You Can’t See

By Jon on October 28, 2021

A deep, wide crack in your foundation or a puddle of water in your crawl space or near your home are two visible signs of foundation problems. However, foundation damage isn’t always apparent. Sometimes, foundation problems go unnoticed for a long time, which means they could lead to major structural damage within a home.

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Enclose Your Crawl Space before You Get Unwanted Guests

By Jon on October 20, 2021

A crawl space provides a cost-effective and convenient way to house heating and cooling units, ductwork, electrical wiring, and plumbing. Having all these located in your crawl space makes maintenance and repairs easier. Additionally, a crawl space improves air circulation underneath your house, which could help prevent water damage in your home.

Topics: Crawl Space
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Signs Your Home Was Affected by the Storm

By Jon on October 13, 2021

Typically characterized by high wind speeds and torrential rains that could produce flooding, storms often exert enormous pressure on the exterior surfaces of the structures in their path. On the other hand, the doors, windows, and roofs are the most vulnerable components of a home. If they’re compromised during a storm, wind and water could enter the home and cause catastrophic damage.

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Healthy Soil Is Great for Your Yard and Home

By Jon on September 15, 2021

Protecting your foundation from different external factors that could lead to soil movement and differential settlement is key to preventing major structural damage throughout your home. If you wonder how you can prevent potential foundation damage, specialists indicate a few measures that could be easily implemented. For instance, watering your foundation during a prolonged drought, keeping your gutters and downspouts clean, ensuring you have an efficient drainage system that prevents water from pooling around your home, installing root barriers, and inspecting the perimeter of your home on a regular basis so you can catch foundation issues early are just a few things you can do to avoid foundation problems.

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Common Mistakes with Foundation Repair

By Jon on August 19, 2021

A solid foundation is critically important if you want to have a home that will last forever. But even though foundations are built to resist soil movement, keep out moisture, and insulate against freezing temperatures, it’s essential to inspect your entire home and foundation on a regular basis in order to catch potential problems as early as possible.

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Landscaping Can Help Protect Your Foundation

By Jon on August 3, 2021

A beautiful landscape is one of the most important elements of a piece of property. Besides improving the curb appeal of a home and making it more welcoming, specific landscaping ideas can help you transform your surroundings into a perfect space for relaxation and entertainment.

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House Lifting Explained

By Jon on July 27, 2021

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Do I Have Signs of a Sinkhole or Foundation Issues?

By Jon on July 21, 2021

A sinkhole developing under a foundation is just one of the factors that can contribute to foundation failure in Houston. Sinkholes typically occur in areas with soluble bedrock, such as limestone, salt rock, and/or carbonate rock. Because the groundwater moves through the bedrock, it can slowly dissolve and wash away these rocks. As a result, underground caves and tunnels form in these areas, causing the soil above to collapse or sink into the newly developed cavities.

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