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When do you need a Foundation Contractor? Often you will see cracks around your entryways, driveway or patio. You may also notice cracks in your door frames or notice sloped or sinking floors. Often these are significant projects that require a trained foundation contractor to address the issue. Foundation costs and the price of foundation repair are some times more than you would expect.

 Concrete foundations are the most common types of foundations found in residential settings. Long term stability depends upon preparing the site properly. Soil conditions impact foundations. Some areas have sandy soil while others have clay soil. Clay soils often require a deep foundation solution.

Drainage is another factor to consider. You always want to be certain that water drains away from your home. If the slope of your yard drains water into the base of your foundation, you could end up with leakage. Re-grading is often required to assure that basement foundations do not remain saturated. The cost of foundation repair can often be expensive.

Regrading is often a less expensive alternative.   Drainage, the movement of water downward through the soil, is typically rapid in sandy soils and slow in clay. A given amount of water can penetrate about three times deeper in sand than in clay, so it's apparent that soil type will affect the drainage system you place around your concrete foundation.

Structural and soils engineers are good professionals to hire if you are interested in learning what type of foundation is most appropriate for your site conditions. They will help you determine whether a flat slab foundation or a deep pier foundation is right for you.