The Pro-Lift System
Different problems require different solutions. If you have a fever, you might have a cold and only need rest, you might have an infection and need medication, or you might need surgery. Your doctor will analyze your condition and pick the appropriate treatment for you.
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Different foundation problems also require different solutions. If your foundation is only suffering from minor seasonal movement, it has the equivalent of a cold and might only need watering. If your foundation has suffered from a permanent settlement, you might need foundation repairs. The exact type of support you will need depends on the type of foundation that you have and on the types of soils under your home. The Pro-Lift System provides a thorough analysis and offers three types of foundation supports so that the best choice can be made for your home.
The Pro-Lift System uses state-of-the-art technology to analyze the condition of your foundation. After preparing a scale diagram of your foundation, noting all interior and exterior damage, sketching your floor plan, and taking an elevation survey of your foundation, your contractor will take the final step of preparing a contour diagram. With his drawings, damage notes, contour diagram, construction knowledge, and knowledge of your local soils, your contractor will make a recommendation for the most appropriate type of repair. Your contractor may recommend multi-walled steel pilings, concrete pilings with steel locking pins, or drilled piers. If interior supports are needed, your contractor can offer you a choice of installation through tunnels or through breakouts in your slab. By performing a complete analysis of your slab and then choosing the best type of support, your Pro-Lift contractor ensures you the highest quality repair.
The Pro-Lift System as a proven, powerful, and permanent solution for foundation repairs has been accepted by the Texas Foundation Warranty Trust. This means that, in addition to being backed by your contractor, your warranty will be backed by the Texas Foundation Warranty Trust. If your contractor should cease to conduct business, the Texas Foundation Warranty Trust will honor your warranty.