Frisco, Texas is located in Collin and Denton counties and is a rapidly growing suburb north of Dallas. Frisco has received the “Tree City USA” designation for a number of years. This award recognizes environmental improvement and a dedication to tree care and tree preservation in a community. Frisco consists of 70 square miles of area of which only a very small percentage is surface water.
The Frisco community has experienced rapid development of housing and commercial business. Along with this development has come the realization that the city rests on expansive clay soils that can damage home and commercial concrete slab foundations. Yes, expansive clay soils are enemy #1 because they swell in volume when saturated and shrink dramatically when dry. This creates soil movement that can crack and damage rigid concrete slabs. And the entire home or building is affected, including walls, floors, and the roof.
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Dawson Foundation Repair will obtain all necessary building and engineering permits to begin a foundation repair job in Frisco. A building permit and an engineering report are required in this city. You may call the city building inspection department at 972-335-5580 for more information.