An Overview of Grapevine Texas
Homes and commercial building in the Grapevine, Texas area are built on top of soils that contain clay. Clay soils are well know for their ability to swell and shrink with changes in moisture content. Unfortunately, this swelling and shrinking, or soil movement, will crack and damage rigid concrete slab foundations and create the need for foundation repair.
Grapevine, TX is a suburb of Fort Worth and primarily located in Tarrant county. Small portions of the city extend into Denton and Dallas counties. The city was named for its wild mustang grapes and there are a number of wineries in the area. Grapevine has 35.9 square miles of total area of which 10% is surface water, Grapevine Lake.
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Dawson Foundation Repair will obtain all necessary building and engineering permits to begin a foundation repair job in Grapevine. A building permit and an engineering report are required in this city. You may call the city building inspection department at 817-410-3165 for more information.