Cracks in the foundation, slab, or basement walls are an obvious sign that you are needing repairs done to prevent further and more costly damage to your foundation. If you notice any of these, contact us.
Have windows or doors that get stuck or are difficult to open? This could be an early warning sign that your foundation needs to be repaired. Contact the East Texas Slab Masters for a consultation today!
One of the most prominent signs that your foundation has problems that need immediate repair are cracks in the bricks and mortar. Before the damage to your foundation gets worse, give us a call.
Worried about those hairline cracks in your walls? They should be cause for concern and a warning sign that your foundation is in need of repair. Contact us to let one of our foundation specialists take a look.
Do you notice gaps or spaces developing around windows or door frames? This is a warning sign that your concrete slab is in need of repair. The East Texas Slab Masters are here to help.
If left unrepaired, leaning walls can cause serious structural damage. When you see walls leaning, it means your slab needs to be fixed. Get in touch with us because we want to Put Your House On A Strong Foundation!
Notice cracks in your ceramic or porcelain tile? Have wooden floors that are uneven or buckled? These are warning signs that your foundation needs to be repaired. Contact us today!
Think that nails popping on your ceilings or walls are something that should be ignored? Think again. This could be an early warning sign that your foundation has issues that need to be repaired. Calling us now and taking action can save you thousands in costly repairs.
Is your chimney leaning or tilting? Don’t disregard this warning sign that could mean your concrete foundation needs to be fixed. Let us examine your slab and provide a solution.
If your concrete slab foundation is sinking, this should be easy to notice and a very obvious sign that your foundation needs to be repaired as soon as possible. Get in touch with your East Texas Slab Masters today!