Who's agenda are we following anyway?
A goal not written down is only a wish. Every foundation contractor that comes to your house tells you that he is working in your best interests. The question is are they really?
How bad is bad?
Some of our customers are telling us that a repair contractor advised them that the house was in imminent danger of collapse! Something I have never seen in the 20 years in the business and certainly not with the house in question.
Radon Problems in Arizona?
First of all what is radon gas? It is a radioactive gas that comes from the decay of uranium. As uranium decays it goes through a number of elements as it loses protons and neutrons from urani
My Interview with Rosie Romero
A week ago January 10th I had the pleasure of being the guest speaker for the Rosie On The House show. We talked about Arizona soils in specific regions and their characteristics as well. Rosie told some entertaining stories including how he had a run in
Contractor/Engineer team building and networking clinic
After lunch and the Performance Center we headed down for 9 holes. Those attending from left to right were: Eric Hoffman, James Newhall, Bob Brown, Mike Abegg, Steve Spears, and Chuck Davis.
My speaking engagements
I am excited to announce that I have been confirmed as a speaker at the National Foundation Repair Association annual convention in April of next year to discuss methods of foundation investigations as well as showing how my patented MoistureLevel sy
Reaching sufficient depth to give a permanent solution
What happens if your piles holding up your house are not put to a sufficient depth? The answer is that they will not perform properly and your house will still settle again. Every installer in this business provides a lifetime warranty with their products
Historic Prescott Courthouse Restoration
I am writing to thank you for the excellent work that Arizona Foundation Solutions performed this year on the repair and stabilization of the Yavapai County Courthouse granite stairs. The building will be 100 years
Using sub slab depressurization to mitigate vapor transmissions
In my last blog I discussed the vexing problem of vapor transmissions through slabs on grade. In my previous post, MoistureLevel system proves cost effective for treating, I discussed the damage and consequences of moisture vapor as well as moisture