Willis, Texas is a small suburban town approximately 60 miles north of downtown Houston. The homes and commercial properties in Willis suffer similar foundation repair problems of the larger geographic area. Willis rests upon the Gulf Coastal Plains of southeast Texas and is also considered part of the piney woods region of southeast Texas. The 2012 population of Willis was estimated at 5914 and the residents enjoy a blend of nature, history, recreation, and the arts. It is located close to Lake Conroe which is a popular recreational area offering year round water activities and cultural events.
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Willis Soil Characteristics As They Affect Foundation Repair
Willis consists of 3.3 square miles of area and rests at an elevation of 381 feet. The Gulf Coastal Plains, of which Willis is a part, is a flat to rolling topography that included many streams, rivers, and marsh wetlands. Most importantly, the Gulf Coastal Plains is largely comprised of many layers of sediments with a high clay content. The clay in the sediments give the soils a very undesireable characteristic for concrete slab foundations – movement. The clay soils will expand in volume when wet and shrink in volume when dry. This expansion and shrinkage equals movement and is repeated every year.
Home Foundation Repair In Willis Texas
Dawson Foundation Repair will provide FREE home foundation repair inspections and estimates for the Willis, TX area (free for homes not involved in real estate transactions).