When It Comes To Quality Foundation Repair,
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Serving Texas Since 1984.

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    Service Areas for Dawson Foundation Repair

    As of September 1, 2020 we have adjusted our service area(s) as shown on the adjacent map due to the COVID-19 virus and limited personnel.

    Why Dawson Foundation Repair?

    Our philosophy is unique – we feel every homeowner should have the option to choose the Highest Quality foundation repair method available. We are referring to Bell Bottom Piers – they are time-tested, proven, and PERMANENT – and we have multiple engineering studies and reports on our web site that discuss the different repair methods. We inspect your foundation to determine the best place to install piers and perform a soil test to ensure they are drilled to the proper depth. And our experienced crews care for your lawn like it was their very own. We have 600+ testimonial letters online from happy and satisfied customers so please read as many as you wish. And you can rest easy knowing every repair job comes with Dawson’s Lifetime Service Agreement.

    The Highest Quality Foundation Repair in Texas

    Bell Bottom Piers are built as a single unit and are much stronger than pushed piles. Bell Bottom Piers have a larger footprint for greater stability and can bear 5 to 10 times more weight.

    Dawson Foundation Repair is the premier company offering foundation repair in Houston, Sugar Land, Katy, Kingwood and other large and small cities in Texas.

    We are unique because we install Bell Bottom Piers which are the highest quality foundation repair method available.

    This method requires more labor, concrete, steel rebar, and construction time. Bell Bottom Piers are proven and permanent while other repair methods are not.

    Bell Bottom Piers - Time Tested, Proven and Permanent

    So, which foundation repair method do you want to support your home foundation? Most people can see the obvious advantages depicted in the image above. But there are other important advantages to consider. This is the same design method that is used to build support columns for bridges and highway overpasses. Holes are dug to the depth of stable soil, concrete is poured into the hole, and steel rebar is added for maximum strength. Isn’t that what you want for your home? In addition, there are no damaging forces exerted on your house during installation. Unlike the majority of foundation companies, we do NOT use your home’s weight and foundation as a lever to push concrete or steel cylinders into the soil.

    Our method, known as the Bell Bottom Pier method, is the highest quality foundation repair method available in Texas. It is by far the method favored by structural engineers for foundation repair in Houston, Dallas, Plano, Sugar Land and large and small cities in Texas. Of course, we use this method exclusively throughout the state of Texas. A graphic comparison of these foundation repair methods clearly illustrates the advantages of Bell Bottom Piers. Dawson has more than 30 years of experience, thousands of satisfied customers, and an unsurpassed reputation in the professional community. If you are still not convinced, please browse through the online Testimonial  Letters (600+ Testimonials) from satisfied and happy customers!

    Warning Signs of Foundation Problems

    Warning Signs of Foundation Problems

    One of the first warning signs of foundation problems is the appearance of stress cracks in a home’s interior walls (sheetrock) and the inability to open, close, or lock doors and windows properly. The first exterior warning signs are cracks in the home’s mortar or bricks. Patching these cracks with mortar does not fix the problem. Without professional help from a foundation repair contractor, these cracks will widen and may eventually threaten the structural integrity of your home. You can see the activity in Google Trends.

    If you have cracks appearing in your home, or you notice any of the other warning signs of foundation problems, contact us for a Home Foundation Inspection. We will walk you through every step of the repair process, step-by-step, from start to finish.

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