Allied Foundation Blog

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Increasing Energy Efficiency with PEX Pipes
Replacing your old worn out pipes with PEX pipes offer new ways to save energy and money.
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How to Protect Your Houston Home From Flooding
Living near the coast can cause some house problems when it comes to flooding, but there is something...
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Is PEX Piping Environmentally Friendly?
The amount of damage that can be done to your floors, walls, and foundations by a busted pipe can be...
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Cost to Fix a Foundation in 2020
The process of having to fix your foundation can be scary and cost a lot of money.
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Root Barriers: How they Work, and How We Install Them
A BioBarrier System should be installed if you are worried about your tree roots expanding and damaging...
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PEX or Copper? Which is More Sustainable?
The two most popular materials that are used to repipe your homes and businesses are PEX and copper.
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Hurricane Season in Houston: Everything You Should Know
Although the historical peak of the season is from mid-August through mid-October, it’s never too soon...
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Flooding in Houston: What You Should Know Before, During, and After
A surefire way to protect your home from potential flood damage is to elevate it to the required Flood...
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Improving the Look of the Brick on Your Older Home
Adding timeless, historic charm and character to buildings, brickwork is one of the most valuable architectural...
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