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  • Structured Foundation Repairs, Inc.
    4.0
    Initially we had three companies come out, take elevations, and suggest corrections for what we felt were significant foundation issues. All three suggested we not have foundation work, and two thought our problem might relate to water leaks or an underground spring. We had an engineer come out and take elevations, and he actually recommended significant foundation work. His initial report called for 41 piers, 30 exterior and 11 interior. After we received his recommendation. we had three companies bid on the work. We chose Structured to do the work...they were not one of the three that came out initially. Because of the scope of work to be done, we chose to basically move out of the home. We planned to move to Austin in July anyway, so we wound up putting most of our stuff in storage and took the rest with us to an apartment nearby. Turns out moving out was a genius move. I can't imagine trying to live in the home through this significant a lift. The work started right on schedule. If you haven't lived through foundation work, all I can say is try and look at pictures beforehand. It can be a little disconcerting to walk into your house to find a three foot pile of dirt and a big hole! The crew that was assigned to our project were all very courteous and professional, and did good work. They were incredibly conscientious about the appearance of the property, cleaning up materials and sweeping everything each day prior to leaving. Once they had the piers in place and began the lift, everything went well. They actually got to a point where they could not lift one side of the house any further without risking structural damage, so they stopped until our engineer came back out. He took more elevations and recommended the other five piers, which we agreed upon. At that time, he commented that the lift on the other side of the house was "impressive"...they had lifted to the point where there was very minimal elevation difference, with little to no additional damage. Once the additional five piers were in place, they were able to lift that side of the house and complete the work, on schedule. They put things back as well as possible outside, and did a good job filling the holes inside the home. One thing...we probably didn't mention that we were going from carpet to wood laminate inside. Some of the concrete fill was a bit high, which would have required more float for the laminate flooring. Structured came back and rather than grind down the concrete, took those plugs completely out and re-poured. My biggest concern through the whole project was with the communication we received. While the work was being done, the only communication I had was with the foreman on site (other than communication I initiated, and believe me, I initiated some). Biggest thing is I believe there should be a company liason who communicates with their customers while the work is being done, at least on projects of this size and scope. First concern...the foreman made a comment about his boss wanting the guys to go fast so they wouldn't have overtime. I've been in that situation before, asking someone I managed to avoid overtime, so I understand. That being said, we were looking at piers all the way around the exterior of our house as well as a bunch inside, and a 6" lift. I certainly didn't want to hear that they were rushing the project! Basically, this is more a training issue rather than a quality of work concern. Second, when they ran into the lift problem mentioned above, they stopped work until we decided on what to do. I asked them to wait until we could bring our engineer back to make recommendations. I left the house and came back just before lunch. On my return, I found the guys filling the holes where the piers were placed. I asked why they were filling the holes when the lift was not complete, and the foreman said his boss told him to fill the holes and finish the job. I think this was again more of a language/communication problem...I spoke to someone with the company (regrettably rather angrily...all I had to go on was the "no overtime" comment combined with being told they were to "finish the job" while there were obviously still some elevation issues), and found out the crew was filling the holes in order to protect the home, so there would not be any exposed piers, until we made a decision on the additional piers. In this case Structured was doing the right thing, but had someone contacted me proactively rather than allowing me to find out what was going on from the foreman, most of my anger/concern could have probably been avoided. Short story, both sides could have handled some things differently. I still believe Structured could have done a better job communicating with me, but at the same time I should have reacted and handled the situation WAY different than I did. Taking the communication concerns out of the equation, Structured did a wonderful job on our SIZABLE lift. We did have to have some plumbing issues repaired before it passed inspection, but our engineer came out and gave it two thumbs up. He was very pleased with the work performed. We have since had the elevations checked twice due to some questions/concerns, and in both cases all elevations have measured exactly what they did following the lift. Overall we are happy with the work done by Structured, and would have no problem using them in the future or recommending them to others. Short story, this is one of those "thrill of victory, agony of defeat" type things. Communication was lacking, but the actual work performed was great
    Shannon W.
  • Foundation Support Specialists
    5.0
    The job went very well. Jose explained to my wife and I what they were going to do and what they planned to accomplish. The procedure went very well and both my wife and I are very pleased with the results. Jose was very professional and friendly as was his partner.
    Reggie W.
  • G.L. Hunt Foundation Repair
    5.0
    G. L. Hunt was awesome to deal with and their crew did an excellent job lifting the foundation of my home. In my case, the foundation was tilting and causing cracks in my walls and I was unable to open my back door. After the lift, most of the cracks sealed themselves up and the back door now opens freely. I am really pleased the the work of the G. L. Hunt crew. They were very professional and kept me informed on everything they were doing. I would highly recommend G. L. Hunt for any foundation lifting needs. Thank you
    Frederick N.
  • Ram Jack Foundation Repair – South Texas
    5.0
    I think they did a pretty satisfactory job. I haven't heard my parents complain about it at all. Each house is going to be different for price because ours required about $1000 per whatever you call it that they stick in the ground. It's like a thousand for one of those and we only required 8 because only one side of our house was sinking. If someone's was worse, it could get a lot higher. If someone's wasn't as bad it could be a lot lower. They poured concrete and they leveled. Mainly the job was leveling the house. They ripped up a bunch of, like they took up a lot of the grass and dug giant holes. They would rip these holes out and install. They did a bunch of concrete work, used a bunch of jacks to build giant holes. It was pretty loud. There probably a crew of like like 6-8 of them. I guess you could call it excavating. They did the job right and my dad initially thought it was going to be a lot more expensive than they quoted us he was happy with it. What stood out was I thought is was pretty cool how they did it. I didn't realize that that was an issue until our front door opened and we had sunken. I thought it was interesting. They didn't stay longer, it didn't feel like that they were taking their time with it. They seemed efficient. Just kind of makes me mad at the original builders. They guy was saying it would have cost them $2000 dollars extra when they built the house to go down to the bedrock but instead they just went with what the code said and the code doesn't require them to go down to the bedrock and they tried to pinch as many pennies as they can. But it was interesting. I liked watching them work. I don't know much about the pricing but I know my dad thought it would be like $20,000 and it ended up being $8,000. I think they warranty it for like 20 years or so. I think they came and took some measurements, told us how many they thought were going be needed, gave us an estimate of how much it was going to cost, then scheduled the date and came the date they were supposed to come. Then they had a plumber come the next day. They told us they were going to send a plumber the next day to make sure nothing happened with our lines because house moving. They said the plumber would be there anytime between 8 and 12. They guy came right at 8. They kept their word that they were going to send the plumber. They didn't move around any of the dates. They're very respectful and stuff. They lets us watch them and explain exactly what was happening, you know, show us the measurements after it was done, how the house was level now and kind of just explain the whole process. I would say they were very professional and seem to know what they were doing. In the future, if I had a house that needed foundation work in Austin, I would stick with what I know, so I'd go with them for sure
    Patrick S.
  • Ram Jack Foundation Repair – South Texas
    5.0
    I want to say the quoted price was exactly what we paid. I was looking through the brochures that they left and I they seem like a real financially secure company that does a lot of these all over the country. If it wasn't a lifetime guarantee, it was something like 20 years and they were saying only 1% of piles they drive ever end up failing and need replacing so I'm sure all of that went in to my dad's decision to use them
    Patrick S.
  • Abacus Foundation Repair
    5.0
    The entire job from first telephone call to Richard to finding and replacing unexpected wood damage went smoothly. I was very pleased to work with Braxton who oversees the bidding and job progress and Emilio, who heads up the actual work team. The only difficult part of the process is seeing collateral damage such as interior sheetrock cracks occur and a wall of sliding glass doors that had to be readjusted, even though I was told ahead of the work that this could occur
    Harvey W.
  • Abacus Foundation Repair
    5.0
    Braxton arrived on time and after checking the foundation of my home explained everything he determined was needed to repair and stabilize my home in a courteous, honest way. (No high pressure selling) I told him to schedule the repair. His crew arrived on time the next week. The work was done promptly and very professionally. Whenever any of the workers had to come into my home they put paper covers over their work shoes so as not to track in any dirt. During the final part of the work Braxton stopped by with an independent structural engineer to confer, check and sign off the work. Braxton directed his crew to place left over dirt around foundation for better drainage and explained to me how to place soaker hoses to protect the rest of my foundation from damage due to drought. I was very satisfied with all parts of this repair and would use Abacus again
    Barrett L.
  • Foundation Support Specialists
    5.0
    They did a great job from supervision, workers, plans, engineering inspections, the works. They did a great job
    George Z.
  • Skillful Construction Foundation Repair
    5.0
    The team was extremely professional and polite. They worked in the terrible heat and other difficult conditions such as old insulation and debris and my very inquisitive dogs. They were so polite and hardworking through it all. Terry the owner is wonderful and took care of my needs. Obviously I highly recommend them
    Chris B.
  • Skillful Construction Foundation Repair
    5.0
    They did a really good job; I was surprised that they were able to do so much with relatively simple tools. They had to hand-carry all of the concrete in buckets to the house; which is really hard work. They stuck right to it.
    Alan A.
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