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Foundation Issues In Justin TX #8719748 10/27/22 08:24 PM
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My foundation is damaged and I'm looking for recommendations on who others have used. Pros and Cons of the companies y'all have experienced.

Thanks

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I was not told, and the statement/instructions were buried in fine print on the 12th page of the 15 page final report, that I had to have a plumbing pressure test done within 30 days of job completion to make the 'lifetime' warranty valid. Did not even see it until two years later. So far there has been no movement and they did a good job, but I cannot sell the house now with a warranty on the foundation work. I now understand the pressure test is a common thing with slab leveling jobs. Can't blame anybody but meself...


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Will it fix with rain?

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Originally Posted by Couzin
I was not told, and the statement/instructions were buried in fine print on the 12th page of the 15 page final report, that I had to have a plumbing pressure test done within 30 days of job completion to make the 'lifetime' warranty valid. Did not even see it until two years later. So far there has been no movement and they did a good job, but I cannot sell the house now with a warranty on the foundation work. I now understand the pressure test is a common thing with slab leveling jobs. Can't blame anybody but meself...


Break out about $30K if you have cast iron pipes and it's a average size house with 2 bath

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