Structural Fixing

While any foundation issue with your property can compromise it, this is especially true for those that are structural. Structural foundation repairs simply can’t wait and must be taken care of by a trained professional as soon as possible. In the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the professional company to call is Texas Disaster Restoration.

Many methods can be used in structural foundation repairs, including piers, slab jacking, and piling. Since each property is different, our team will carefully inspect your foundation and use our vast experience and skill to determine the best fix. Also, please keep in mind that repairing structural damage typically costs less than replacing the entire structure. Therefore, we will make every effort to repair structural foundation damage before throwing up the white flag and recommending replacement. However, whatever the case, we’ll soon make sure your structure is level and sound once again.

Damage Detection

Before doing anything else, we’ll thoroughly inspect your property, making sure nothing was missed.

Insurance Claims

Complete and accurate records will be kept in case you need them for insurance purposes. We will also advocate for you as best we can.

Building Back

We’ll make sure the structure of your property is as good as new before we consider the project complete.

Floor Leveling

Flooring that isn’t level can result in a whole host of problems, including safety issues, shaky furniture, and doors that won’t open and close. But leveling an uneven floor is not a DIY project. It’s one best left to the professionals.

Texas Disaster Restoration provides floor leveling services that will solve both safety and aesthetic issues. We will come to your property, inspect the damage, and determine the source of the problem. Then, we’ll get to work to correct it. Once we’re done, you’ll be able to enjoy safe, even floors and all the benefits that come with them once again.

Basement Wall Repair

Do you have a bowing or cracking wall in your basement? Either can affect the foundation and structural integrity of your property. You need to work with a trained professional to have a bowed or cracked basement wall fixed right away.

There are two different ways used to repair this problem: basement wall braces, which hold the wall up from the inside, and anchor systems, which pull on the wall from the outside. The pros at Texas Disaster Restoration can handle either one seamlessly and efficiently. We’ll make sure your property is safe and ready for use again.

Pressure Grouting

Pressure grouting, also known as jet grouting, is a good solution when the foundational problem lies within an inaccessible area of your property. A chemical compound consisting of cement, resins, and other chemicals is injected into the weak point. Not using this method would require a lot of excavation and construction to access the problem area. Pressure grouting can also be used to prevent basement flooding by raising the ground level of the property. No matter why you need pressure grouting, Texas Disaster Restoration provides quality work and excellent customer service. Your foundation will soon be stabilized, and you’ll have peace of mind before you know it.


If you’re a construction contractor getting a space ready for a new build, we can handle all the pre-construction foundation work needed to give you the most sturdy base possible. We can fully evaluate the site and determine what needs to be done. Our team is well-versed in local building codes and knows just how to lay the groundwork for any type of building or structure. Once we’re done, you can build without qualms, knowing you’ve been well set up for success. That’s the Texas Disaster Restoration promise.

Slab Jacking

Slab jacking lifts one side of a concrete surface from below to level it again. Since there’s no need to have the concrete broken or thrown away before the process, opting for slab jacking can save you a lot of time and money. Slab jacking also has environmental benefits, since it doesn’t require slab replacement and the discarding of the old slab, and it eliminates the noise of breaking concrete. Finally, it’s minimally disruptive to the surrounding landscape. We highly recommend using slab jacking when appropriate. We would be happy to fix any problems your foundation may have via slab jacking if that’s the most affordable and effective solution available.

Soil Stabilization

Soil stabilization is a process used to change the physical properties of soil to strengthen it for a building project. Several different materials are used in the process, including lime, cement, bitumen, and grout. Soil stabilization can prevent the need for removing and replacing soil, which is a much more expensive process.

Texas Disaster Restoration can accurately assess the soil of your property, letting you know honestly whether it’s a good candidate for stabilization. If so, we’ll take care of the job promptly, so you can move on to the next phase of the building project as soon as possible. We can also provide soil stabilization as a means of foundation repair.


Underpinning is used to strengthen a foundation, or increase its depth, by lowering its footing. This allows the foundation to sit on more supportive soil. It’s typically used in situations involving building changes, additional floor construction, or more depth in underground spaces like basements. However, when having underpinning or any other foundation work done, it’s very important to choose a reputable company like Texas Disaster Restoration. Not doing so could result in subpar work and dire consequences for the property as a whole.

Void Filling

Stormwater, animals, and other factors can create empty spaces under concrete foundations. Other times, a previous contractor may not have filled the foundation to an adequate level, leading to erosion and compaction. The longer that space is left under the foundation, the more damage it can cause to that foundation. In older homes, these empty spaces are a real issue. Luckily, Texas Disaster Restoration is extremely skilled when it comes to void filling. We’d be happy to inspect your property if you think there may be a problem. If we find one, we’ll quickly get to work to fill that void using whatever materials and methods are most appropriate to the project at hand.

Foundation Waterproofing

A majority of foundation issues can be traced to water. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to have your foundation waterproofed, even here in the relatively dry area of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Even if water alone isn’t enough to damage your foundation, it can lead to mold problems, and avoiding mold is always a good reason to waterproof. Texas Disaster Restoration’s team can prevent water from damaging your foundation as much as possible, leaving you with one less thing to worry about for years to come. We have several techniques and materials available, and we’ll choose the one that’s best for your particular property and issues.

Foundation Replacement

Unfortunately, there may come a point where a foundation is damaged beyond repair. In such cases, a complete replacement will be necessary. The good news is that this scenario doesn’t happen often. When it does, it’s usually due to severe flooding or soil erosion. If no repairs on your foundation are possible or practical, Texas Disaster Restoration can take care of foundation replacement. We’ll ensure that all traces of the old foundation are removed so there’s no chance of a problem with the new one.

Service Areas for Foundation Repair

Texas Disaster Restoration serves the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We are a family-owned business that will arrive at the jobsite, ready to go within an hour of your call. We’re available 24/7 with live operators to assist you anytime you need it. To learn more about the individual municipalities of the Metroplex we serve, we invite you to explore the pages linked below.

Frequently Asked Questions About Foundation Repair

1Can I put foundation repairs on the back burner?
Once a foundation begins to fail, it needs attention, so no, we do not recommend delaying foundation repairs or ignoring foundation issues.
2How long can I expect foundation repairs to take?
How long your repairs will take depends on the construction of your particular foundation and the extent of the problem. Typically steel pier foundation repairs take 1-3 days, and concrete foundation repairs take 2-10 days. We’ll let you know how long we expect your repairs to take when we evaluate your property.
3How much does a concrete slab foundation repair cost?
A recent study done in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex has shown the average cost to be between $5,000 and $7,000. While this seems like a lot, it’s much less than the cost of an entirely new building if the foundation were to degrade to the point that the structure was no longer safe or habitable.

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