Slab Foundation Repair Austin, TX
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Slab Foundation Repair
“If your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail!” But not all foundation problems are the same. We proudly offer you more slab foundation repair choices with the magic of advanced CenTexnology!
Two different slab foundation repair options to solve your problem:
Our exclusive CenTex CENTERBEAM STEEL PIER™
This is our top-tier, flagship foundation repair solution. We invented it! We patented it. And there’s simply nothing like it: Other Steel Pier companies/options “side-jack” your house. Not us! We install them directly under your home’s concrete grade beam. Allowing us to go deeper than those “side jack” guys. Pre-cut inner and outer sections of 12” steel pipe sleeved one-inside-the-other, and hydraulically driven into the ground until refusal. It’s the strongest, lasts the longest, and comes with our no strings attached, Transferrable Lifetime Warranty!
CONCRETE PRESSED PILING
A classic and very affordable slab foundation repair option. We’ve been installing strong and reliable pressed piling piers for decades. We use precast 6”x12” concrete cylinders, which are hydraulically driven into the ground until refusal. The installation occurs directly under your home’s concrete grade beam. With this slab foundation repair option you get our Lifetime Transferrable Service Agreement.
In the past, repairing a foundation usually required pouring concrete. With a house on top of the slab, that was a huge undertaking. Today, there are many ways to repair foundations built on slabs. Each of these repair methods is best used in different situations. At CenTex Foundation Repair, we’re proud to offer a wide range of options to fix your Austin or Waco area home’s foundation. Here are some of the signs that you need a repair of the slab under your home.
Signs of Slab Problems
All homes settle a little over the years. Some unevenness can be expected. However, a slab problem is more than settling. You might notice:
- Doors won’t shut
- Doors swing back open
- Cracks in tiles above the slab
- Cracks in walls near doors and windows.
If you notice those signs, walk around the perimeter of your home. If you see a bulge, bow or lean to the wall, you may need the slab to be repaired.