Right or wrong:
That's why foundation contractors don't agree on repairs! Continue on!
Be very careful when placing your home in the hands of someone whose livelihood is based on the sale of piers, or who uses foundation elevations to try to convince you that piers are the answer. Unless the home has experienced the effects of a major earthquake, landslide, sinkhole or other catastrophic trauma it is unlikely that extensive foundation movement has or will occur or that piers are needed.
People pay me to help them successfully deal with foundation issues!
My fee is fair and reasonable.
If I help you get the job done right you have made money!
It's a smart move and cheap insurance. I will be your advocate, your, "check and balance"!
If I can't help you, you don't pay me! If I do help you, you will be glad to pay me!
"When we discovered foundation problems, we also discovered the problem of finding the truth. We were told by several contractors that we needed piers (support) around the entire perimeter of the house.
Some contractors said we needed as many as 20 piers and even wanted to cut through the foundation inside the house and place piers there.
Since contractors get paid by the number of piers, the more you agree to install, the more they get.
Richard Rash outlined a solid, reasonable approach to fixing the problem. (We ended up with half as many piers as some recommended and no piers inside the house.) I didn’t know it initially, but over time I’ve come to learn that he was the only person who actually understood what was going on with our foundation". Phillip, Grapevine, TX
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