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  • Crosstown Engineering and Home Inspection
    Crosstown Engineering was contracted to inspect our foundation prior to repair. We are long distance owners, so it's important to deal with companies who are patient in explaining the process. Josiah was very knowledgeable and articulate & took the time to answer all my questions. He also gave us professional advice regarding measures we can take as homeowners to avoid future foundation issues
    Kim C.
  • Waldman Engineering Consultants Inc
    I needed a recommendation on how to proceed with a structural engine. I paid for their expertise to fix an issue. It was basically consulting. They are an engineering firm. I paid them for the consolation. It was to tell me what kind of, I am having issues with a double piazza. I needed their expertise for the proper way to fix it. A porch
    Doreen S.
    Mr. Atkinson was very knowledgeable, thorough and informative. I chose the right man for the job and I highly recommend him.
    Daniel G.
  • Stone Creek Engineering Services Inc
    I noticed some problems in our home that made me worry about the foundation: corner cracks at windows, nails popped out inside, cracks on the stone facade. I wanted to hire an independent engineer before talking to foundation repair companies. It was a good decision. Russell was professional, articulate and experienced, and a fun guy to talk to. He called when he knew he'd be late, he was courteous and methodical. He could explain his assessments in both technical and layman's terms. He was familiar with soil types, construction methods, and the specific issues that I was worried about, and was able to reassure me that though my foundation had some crowning, it was not in danger of failure or in need of repair. I enjoyed talking with him, he was willing to answer a lot of questions, and he offered practical and helpful suggestions for maintaining the foundation. Overall a great experience. I wish he had been our inspector when we bought the house
  • Stone Creek Engineering Services Inc
    Our home builder told us the leak on our foundation was due to groundwater but we had it inspected by a foundation repair company and they mentioned it was from a leak inside the house. They suggested we get a structural engineer to evaluate and do a more thorough inspection to determine the true cause of the leak... we chose Stone Creek Engineering based off reviews from Angie's List. So glad we went with them! Russell Strahan made an appointment for soon after we called. He was there right on time and got straight to work. He examined the leak and also walked around the entire exterior of the home to inspect for other things that might be related (or any other problems we should know about). He discovered our 2-story deck was missing supports in key areas to keep it from falling- a major issue since we use our deck daily. He then walked through the interior of the home pointing out areas that were being affected by the leak. Our home is only 1 year old so we weren't expecting to find anything. Simple things I thought were due to poor craftsmanship turned out to be indicators that our house is shifting. Had I not hired him I would have never thought they were related. He provided us a detailed report on his findings, including pictures. Russell is extremely knowledgeable about his craft and can answer any question you have. I have full faith and trust in his company. We're currently battling with the home builder and he has been a wealth of information and has been there to support us and answer any questions we have. You can't go wrong with this company. I highly recommend them to anyone who's even thinking about hiring a structural engineer. Russell also does home inspections and trust me when I tell you- you want a structural engineer to do the home inspection! If we ever buy another house we're absolutely going to call him for an inspection before signing any papers
    JOY R.
  • Stone Creek Engineering Services Inc
    For starters -- our home is 15 years old. Our subdivision was built on what used to be farmland in central Williamson County. Russell arrived on time and spent a total of 2 1/2 hours in our home. He inspected the exterior -- taking pictures and making notes. He walked through our entire house (including closets!) inspecting each room and addressing every concern we had. He then crawled through our attic to inspect our roof trusses. Russell advised us that all of our concerns were due to builder quality issues (i.e. not taping drywall properly), minor repairs needing to be done (door hinges being loose) and typical house "settling" -- NOT foundation issues. He shared ways to repair all our problem areas and even advised us on the best way to complete a master bath remodel we are working on. Russell then measured our foundation for leveling and determined that although we have a very slight tilt (5/8th inch) toward the front of our home, it is considered normal and is well within acceptable perimeters. He advised us that it would be a waste of money for us to attempt to correct such a minor problem. Russell was very familiar with the geology and soil content of our area. He educated us on what is beneath our home and supported his information with maps and soil analysis data. "If this were my home....." was how Russell began many of his statements. We appreciated his willingness to look at our home from an owner's standpoint. Russell concluded his evaluation by offering us suggestions for things we could do to keep our home's foundation in good shape. We are very glad we decided to hire Stone Creek Engineering to inspect our home BEFORE we contacted foundation leveling companies. Our neighbors have paid between $5,000 and $25,000 to repair their foundations. The $250 fee we paid to have a competent structural engineer like Russell inspect our home saved us thousands of dollars. I highly recommend Stone Creek Engineering
    It went well! If I ever have to vet a house before purchasing, I will definitely call Atkinson Engineering, again!
    Julie D.
  • T K Consulting Engineers
    Since my home is connected to another house (two separate foundations, but townhouse), Tom met with my neighbor and I to explain what was causing the problems (visible cracks in the walls, doors not closing, etc.). Since the foundation is cement slab and pier & beam on the side of Meadow Mountain, we found problems with several of the piers failing/close to failing and soil erosion around the footings. Even the beam joining the two homes had pulled loose from the cement slab. He was professional and explained in terms we could understand just what was happening with the structural aspects of the house. He did complete measurements of the floors and noted the variations in the elevations. After I had the foundation repaired (reinforced the footings and repaired the pier and beams) and installed an elaborate rain gutter system under the deck so the rain wouldn't erode the soil in the future, I began a major kitchen remodel. The second time I used TK Consulting was when the design of the kitchen required moving a load bearing wall and Tom provided the guidance and certified drawings required by the City of Austin. Then he was able to provide guidance and drawings to correct a slope in the floor at the corner of the kitchen (accessing the house from underneath instead of cutting a hole into the floor) and recommended All-In-One Foundation to do the work. The foundation work has now been completed and the floor is now close to being level so I can proceed with my kitchen remodel without any major interruption in the progress. I would strongly recommend Tom to anyone requiring engineering consulting services. He is trustworthy (always keeps his word), professional and charges fairly for his service
    Sharon T.
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  • A-1 Engineering
    Kirk arrived on-time. Nice guy. Very professional. He spent 2+ hours evaluating or home's slab foundation. After he was done, he told us what he found. Kirk answered all our questions, too. We should be getting our engineering report in about ten days. Will update the review after I had a look at it
    DAVID N.
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