Allied Foundation Blog

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Winter Tips for Your Houston Home
Even if you have already prepared your home for the chilly weather, here are a few simple maintenance...
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Cracks in Stucco – Good or Bad
There are two more less-common causes of cracks in stucco: the normal settling of the home and differential...
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Are You Harming Your Foundation
To avoid any structural issues that could ruin your home and cost you a small fortune to fix, here are...
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Foundation Damage after Flooding – Home Lifting Solutions
While most properties require different measures to keep floodwaters at bay, home elevation is the surest...
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What You Don’t See Can Hurt You – Foundation Damage
Many homeowners never think about their homes’ foundations. However, most of them start to worry when...
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5 Reasons You Want to Raise Your Houston Home
One of the best strategies to protect your Houston home from potential flood damage is to lift your living...
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Keep Your Home Safe in a Flood Zone
Regardless of where your home is located, assessing the risk of flooding in your area allows you to better...
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How to Prepare for Home Elevation
While not the most enjoyable component of an elevation project, preparation plays an essential role in...
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My Newly Built Home Has a Crack: Now What?
If you’ve just discovered one or more cracks in your newly built home, how worried should you be about...
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