An Overview of Flower Mound Texas
Flower Mound, Texas is a small city of 43.4 square miles in Denton and Tarrant counties. The city gets its name from the prominent flower covered 12.5 acre mound located in the southern part of the city. The mound is believed to have been a sacred ceremonial ground of Wichita Indians in the early 1800s. It is currently privately owned and not available for development.
The physical geography does not vary greatly in north Texas and Flower Mound is located on top of soil with a high clay content. Unfortunately, these clays are the cause of soil movement and damage to rigid concrete slab foundations. And when a home or commercial building foundation has experienced movement then the home or commercial building itself usually suffers damage also.
Do you know what the warning signs are for foundation movement and damage? Cracked exterior bricks, cracked tile floors, cracked interior sheetrock, and doors and windows that do not open or close properly are all warning signs of foundation damage. If you see some of the warning signs of foundation damage, then please call us today for a FREE Foundation Inspection !
We utilize the Bell Bottom Pier method of foundation repair exclusively. Why? Because it is the best and we intend to offer our customers only the best. Bell Bottom Piers are proven, time-tested, and permanent. They use the same construction method that is used to build concrete columns for bridges and highway overpasses. There are other methods of repair available but we use only one. Please click the following link if you would like to compare the methods of foundation repair.
Dawson Foundation Repair will obtain all necessary building and engineering permits to begin a foundation repair job in Flower Mound. A building permit is required for jobs over $3000 in value and an engineering report is also required. You may call the city building inspection department at 972-874-6355 for more information.