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Arizona's Premier Foundation Repair Contractor

Impartial, Objective & Evidence-Based Foundation Inspection

At the first sign of a foundation problem (click HERE to see what the symptoms of a foundation problem look like), Homeowners should demand an impartial, objective, evidence-based foundation.

On Site, Immediate Foundation Repair Evaluations

Sometimes, customers tell us they were advised by other foundation repair contractors that they can do a foundation investigation, make recommendations, design a repair plan and pricing at a one.

Arizona Home on the Edge: Part 1 – Construction Errors

Residential Retaining Wall and Home Stabilization

How to Tell if You’re Getting a Real or Fake Foundation Inspection

Foundation repair can be a confusing enigma. You often get totally different approaches that arrive very different solutions!

Repairing a Previous Stem Wall Repair

A couple of weeks ago, we were called by the largest structural engineering firm in Phoenix to help a homeowner who had previous repairs on the stem wall of their house. Repairs were done less.

Why the Drywall Crack Keeps Coming Back

In perusing the comments that I see regularly on the Internet, I am always amazed that people are still wondering why after they patch a crack it keeps returning. I see people’s frustrated.

Historic Prescott Courthouse Restoration

Foundation Repair – How much should it cost?

So you have come to the conclusion that you probably do have a foundation problem. You now just want to know how much this foundation problem is going to cost. The answer to that is, it depends..

Rules of Thumb part VIII: Interpreting Signs of Foundation Stress

When people call in to our office, it is typically because of signs of stress that they notice. It is important to remember that the signs of stress are less of a problem in and of themselves, but.

Rules of Thumb Part IX: Signs of Stress

In my last blog, I discussed how to interpret signs of stress for settlement or heave. In particular walls doors and windows. Continuing in that line of thinking, I would like to highlight a few.

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