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Foundation Repair

Are Wall Cracks a Foundation Problem? Learn More

Discovering a crack in the walls of your home can be unsettling. It’s easy to jump to the conclusion that any crack is a dire sign of foundational damage. However, not all wall cracks spell trouble for your home’s structure.  This resource page will help you determine whether or not wall cracks you may be […]

Concrete Lifting

Concrete Leveling: What Are Your Options?  Learn More

Concrete leveling is an essential corrective measure for uneven or settled concrete surfaces in structures like driveways, sidewalks, and patios. This guide delves into the process, methods, and considerations involved in choosing the right solution, including the innovative PolyRenewal™ technique, traditional mudjacking, and other alternatives.

Concrete Lifting

PolyRenewal™ Learn More

PolyRenewal™ is the prime solution used for all of our company’s concrete repair projects. This polyurethane foam is surprisingly light, yet durable, and permanently lifts damaged concrete.

Foundation soil washout.

Concrete Lifting

Soil Washout Learn More

Soil washout leads to uneven concrete every time. When sources of water like rain or sprinklers saturate the soil on your property, the ground becomes weak.

Foundation Inspection Learn More

Our team at Foundation Support Specialists is experienced in diagnosing and repairing foundation damage. Free inspections!

Crawl Space Repair

How to Lower Humidity in Your Home Learn More

Understand the importance of maintaining proper humidity levels and the shortcomings of store-bought dehumidifiers. Explore our advanced, energy-efficient dehumidifier solution tailored for crawl spaces. Take the first step to a healthier, more comfortable home and contact Foundation Support Specialists today

Joint sealing exterior driveway with FSS crew.

Concrete Lifting

Why You Should Seal the Joints in Your Concrete Learn More

A joint between two slabs of concrete is essentially a point where an expansion joint in the concrete slab and a control joint occur. Expansion joints are generally 3/8″ to 5/8″ wide and allow for thermal movements within the concrete structure. These kinds of joints can be found in your home’s driveway, sidewalks, patio, or […]

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Foundation Repair

What Type of Foundation is Suitable for Clay Soil? Learn More

Homes in different regions have different needs. The materials used will vary based on typical temperatures, humidity, and pests in the region. Builders even consider the soil a home is built on before placing the foundation. And some soils are harder to build a good foundation for than others. Clay, for example, is a difficult soil […]

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Austin

11615 Angus Rd
Suite 104B
Austin, TX 78758

Dallas

1945 W. Walnut Hill Ln.
Irving, TX  75038

Houston

6422 Lozano Dr.
Houston, TX 77041

San Antonio

18630 Goll St.
San Antonio, TX 78266