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    Structured Foundation Repair Customer Testimonial

    Last updated 7 years ago

    • on Structured Foundation Repair
    • "Structured Foundation Repairs is the first foundation repair company that I call. In my business I am always in a time crunch to get an estimate of work and they have never failed me. It is important to me to have a foundation company that I can rely on for quick and reliable service and information. I think that the inclusion of a third... More

      Britt Lopez, Realtor

    Structured Foundation Repair on HLTV

    Last updated 7 years ago

    Texas soil is infamous for continually expanding and contracting, making foundation problems fairly common in Texas homes. But how can you tell if your foundation is severely damaged, and when should you take action? In this video from Home and Lifestyle TV, you’ll learn all about how foundation problems occur as your soil changes, and what you can do about it.

    One of the things you absolutely should do is call a foundation repair and drainage correction company that can correct foundational problems directly as well as make suggestions on how to properly maintain the moisture content of the soil around your home. In the Fort Worth area, there is no better foundation repair company than Structured Foundation Repairs, Inc.  They specialize in repairing slab and pier and beam foundations in order to prevent huge foundation disasters. For more information on their services, call (972) 484-1200.

    Structured Foundation Repair Customer Testimonial

    Last updated 7 years ago

    • on Structured Foundation Repair
    • "Structured Foundation promptly returns all calls to my clients. My clients have commented on the quality of the work performed as well as the prompt service afterwards. They have also worked some jobs into their schedule in order to be sure my home owner was able to close by the contract date. I really appreciate the attention given to all... More

      Ann Weaver, ABR, RFS Realtor

    3 Facts About Steel Pressed Pilings

    Last updated 7 years ago

    Pilings come in a few different materials and shapes, and can be installed under foundations in different ways as well. While concrete pilings are most common, steel pilings are also used regularly in both home and non-residential construction. Here are three things you may not have known about steel pressed pilings:

    1. Steel piles are referred to as “pressed” when they are pushed into the ground using a large piece of machinery known as a hydraulic ram. Using the structure as leverage piles are forced into the ground.
    2. In certain types of soil situations, hollow steel piles may be filled with concrete to reinforce the strength of the pile. This adds extra support to the pile in case there is increased risk of erosion.
    3. Installation of steel pressed pilings is very easy, and can take just one or two days for a piling job to be completed successfully.


    If your foundation requires repair, then be sure to call a foundation repair specialist. Contact the foundation repair and drainage correction experts at Structured Foundation Repair, Inc. They work with steel and concrete piling to help return your home’s foundation back to normal. They also offer professional drainage correction services to help prevent foundation issues. To learn more about our services, visit Structured Foundation Repair online or call (972) 484-1200.

    Structured Foundation Repair Customer Testimonial

    Last updated 7 years ago

    • on Structured Foundation Repair

    • "I have nothing but GREAT things to say about Tom Kidd and Structured Foundation Repairs. I feel they are only a phone call away, and they do their best to meet any necessary deadlines. They look at each home on an individual basis, and have a way of easing the minds of the buyer or seller. I am amazed at the number of times they have... More

      Debbie Knox

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