I am guessing you are currently reading this page because you are experiencing some damage to your slab foundation as of right now. This damage is often because of that fact that here in Texas, we have shallower frost lines and the constant swelling and shrinking of the ground puts much stress on your foundations. These stressors over time with cause your concrete slab to crack and even chip apart. This issue is why it is vital to have your slab inspected often or if you also notice damage yourself to call the foundation repair specialist right away. Cleburne Foundation Repair can be there for you to fix foundation problems you are currently experiencing before they turn into something much more severe.
There are usual tells when there are problems with your slab foundation. Cracking of external brick or even cracking with the sheetrock inside your building will indicate something is wrong with your foundations. Another way you can notice that there are problems with your foundations is if you see doors or windows stick or not closing properly. It is warm here in Texas and also a dry region. If your foundations have shallow footings, they are easily susceptible to various problems. If you or someone notices any of these signs or are just concerned, you owe it to yourself and others to call in the specialist to handle your foundation problems today.
As always with anything, there is a multitude of ways to approach the repairs of your foundation. Also, the type of damage the severity of it is a factor in determining how we approach your slab repairs. One method at our reply is with the use of helical pile to repair damage to your foundations, especially when it has become out of level. We can also use a cement glue to handle any cracking in your concrete. As well we have other methods at our disposal, and we are more than willing to do them. Let us know how we can help with your specific problem with a phone call.
You also may be experiencing far more severe damage to your foundations. This problem could mean a more invasive method of rebuilding parts of your foundations, but again, this is a worst-case scenario, and we only think of this as a last resort.