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Mark Jacobs

Mark Jacobs
Customer Service Manager Mark developed a passion for foundation repair in his formative years. Growing up in the family business has shaped the way he looks at homes and his ability to solve problems - from the ground up! He loves to read and keep up with the new technology that is constantly developing in the foundation repair industry. Outside of work, he loves adventuring with his family, spending time by the water, and has a passion for cooking.

Recent Posts

Checking Your Home Post-Hurricane [A Helpful Checklist]

By Mark Jacobs on August 20, 2019

Experiencing a natural disaster is incredibly scary. Sometimes, even harder than that, is all of the repairs that come afterwards. Not knowing what to do in the situation can exacerbate it, but Allied Foundation has put together this handy post-hurricane checklist to help put your mind at ease and make this hard process just slightly easier. 

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Need Your Houston Home Leveled? Termites Could be to Blame

By Mark Jacobs on July 26, 2019

A home that is sinking from one or many ends has a structural issue. If not resolved, the problem could lead to structural failure. The most effective way to correct a sinking home is house leveling.

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What to do When Your Perimeter Drains Clog

By Mark Jacobs on July 17, 2019

When your perimeter drain clogs, do not be late in cleaning it. There are efficient methods for unclogging your drain. The first thing you need to consider is the suitable tools that can help you do the whole job in less time and with hundred percent results.

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Signs Your Main Sewer Line Needs to be Replaced

By Mark Jacobs on July 3, 2019

There is nothing more frustrating than having a faulty sewer line. The frustration comes with knowing that regular DIY plumbing tips would not resolve the problem and that you have to brace yourself for the inevitable expenses that comes with hiring a professional plumber. But have you ever thought of the signs to look out for that would suggest your sewer line may need replacement? This article provides you with five telltale signs that indicate you may have major sewer line issues.

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Common Foundation Problems in Houston Homes

By Mark Jacobs on June 14, 2019

Most homeowners in Houston are no stranger to foundation problems. No matter where you live in Houston, your home is probably built on a mix of soil and clay, as opposed to rock. When it comes to your home's foundation, the properties of the underlying soil can spell disaster. Here's a look at some of the most common problems homeowners in Houston face with their foundations. 

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Knowing Your Houston Home's Drainage System

By Mark Jacobs on May 28, 2019

Water drainage is a serious issue thanks to Houston's rainy climate. With improper drainage comes floods, mildew and other forms of water damage to your home and lawn. The best way to stay above water is to get to know your home's drainage system so you can identify problems early on and have a plan to correct any issues you find. Let's get to know your home drainage system. 

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What Kind of Soil is Your Houston Home Built on & What You Need to Know

By Mark Jacobs on May 21, 2019

Houston is home to dozens of different soil types across its vast stretches. Of course, many of these soil types can be grouped together based on their qualities. Due to the variance in soil types, it is important for Houston homeowners to understand what type of soil their home is built on so that they can learn the proper way to protect their home's foundation against the natural shifting and settling that can occur. Here's a quick overview of what you need to know to identify the soil in your area. 

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Fresh Water Lines in Your Older Houston Home - Are They Safe?

By Mark Jacobs on May 14, 2019

When buying an older home in Houston, there is a lot you need to watch out for. That is why a proper home inspection is a crucial part of the buying process. But even a complete inspection may not tell you about the state of your existing plumbing. If you are buying, or already own, an older Houston home, here are a few things you need to know about the safety of your fresh water lines and how they will impact your family. 

Topics: Pipes PEX
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Homeowners Insurance and Foundation Repair

By Mark Jacobs on April 11, 2019

The health of your home's foundation is of the utmost importance to the integrity and safety of your home. Fortunately, most foundation damage happens slowly, over many years, and can be corrected before any serious failures happen. As a homeowner, you should be prepared to make repairs at the first sign that your foundation has cracked or begun sinking, because the longer you wait, the harder it will be to correct the problem. When it's time to make repairs, you may be thinking that your homeowner's insurance will kick in to save the day, but there are some important caveats to your coverage that you need to know about before you schedule your repair.

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What is a Weeping Tile System?

By Mark Jacobs on March 28, 2019

There are many things that can contribute to a failing foundation. Having water settle near or underneath your home is one of those things. Unfortunately, It can be difficult to locate a leak in your plumbing system underneath your house. The good news is that there are ways to prevent this. 

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