AAA Foundation Repair
Services in Houston, Texas
"Here for Houston. Here to Stay."
AAA Foundation Service - Houston, began foundation repair in 1955 when Houston was still a small Texas city.
For over 60 years, this family owned foundation repair business has proudly served thousands of Greater Houston, Texas area homeowners and earned
the highest rating of A+ with the Better Business Bureau, year after year.
We realize it is difficult for homeowners
when it comes to selecting a foundation
repair company. Most homeowners call
more than one foundation repair company before making a decision, and we understand that. AAA is an active member of the national Foundation Repair Association, and all of our representatives are Certified Foundation Repair Specialists. Our foundation repair system is the industry's proven leader, utilizing pre-cast concrete cylinders with steel inserts, and is backed by our Lifetime Transferable Warranty. If you think your home has a foundation problem, just give us a call and we will be glad to schedule an appointment with one of our Certified Foundation Repair Specialists.
No charge. No obligation.
Certified Foundation Repair Specialist
One of our foundation repair specialists, certified by the Foundation Repair Association, will provide a free estimate to homeowners.
Actual Customer Reviews
Steve and I would like to say,
"Thank you" for the work that your Company recently did for us. Your crew and foreman were extremely polite and very professional in the job that they performed. They took great care in making sure that everything was properly protected (inside and outside our home) before, during, and after the work was completed. I will have no hesitation in recommending AAA Foundation to anyone inquiring about foundation repair.
I would also like to add a personal
"Thank you" to you for your integrity in standing behind your word. It is few and far between where people have given their word and then follow through in what they have promised.
Steve and Debbie W.
My condo was in really bad shape with a sunken foundation and the walls were hanging from the ceiling and cracked. I was living with a damaged home that was getting worse by the day.
I have to say the team you sent was not only professional but did an excellent job. Yesterday was of course the wrecking day and I was dubious at best. Much to my surprise, my home is now level and only surface cracks remain which can be fixed easily. I never thought this construction would be such a success. I have to tell you, your guys deserve a bonus for their performance not only in attitude, time management, but also their consideration of me, the homeowner.
I have told all of my friends that may in the future have foundation problems, and will continue through the years to come, about AAA Foundation. I was so impressed and I am not an easy person to please. I am a designer and have experience with construction and my expectations were much lower. They proved me wrong.
Thank you very much for the great job.
The overall well-being of your home's structure depends on the foundation performing its intended purpose. It must support everything from the bottom to the top: floor coverings, cabinets, walls, doors, windows, and roof. Simply put, the integrity of your home's foundation protects the value and health of your home. Some things to watch for are:
- Cracks in sheetrock walls
- Gaps between wall and floor, or wall and ceiling
- Counter tops out of level
- Doors sticking or unable to lock
- Exterior brick cracks or mortar separation
SIGNS OF FOUNDATION PROBLEMS
The Houston, Texas area has high clay content in the soil, which, depending on moisture levels, expands and contracts. Excessive moisture in the soil causes a swelling effect, whereas too little moisture causes a shrinking effect, and this can cause the foundation to gradually have differential movement.
Excessive moisture retention in the soil can be caused by poor drainage, especially when occuring in low lying areas, around the foundation's perimeter. This water pooling can be exacerbated by improperly adjusted sprinkler systems and drain line plumbing leaks under the slab.
Too little moisture in the soil can be caused by large trees with roots too close to the foundation. Roots can absorb lots of water, and can cause the soil to contract, which may allow the foundation to settle. Improper maintenance, especially during extended periods of dry, hot weather, can also allow the foundation to move downward.
In order to properly maintain a foundation's performance, it requires proper watering around the perimeter, making sure plumbing leaks do not exist under the slab, and not allowing large trees to remove the moisture under the foundation or at its perimeter.
CAUSES OF FOUNDATION PROBLEMS
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