Over 30 years of Foundation Repair Experience
All Pro Foundation Repair has locations in Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas, and are members of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), as well as the Home Builders Association of Texas. Our foundation repair is backed by a lifetime transferable warranty.
All work plans are drawn by independent licensed engineers. Our foundation experts can repair your home using all approved methods, not just one. We repair your home using the method that is best for you and your home. Our well-trained, efficient work crews mean faster project completion and lower cost! Then, independent licensed engineers inspect all completed foundation repair projects.
Mean Green Foundation Repair Team
Texas born and Texas bred. Founded by UNT alumnus Tony Cooper, All Pro is proud to be a Texas-based company specializing in Texas soils and servicing the homes of Texas residents.
Why choose All Pro Foundation Repair?
- All piers guaranteed not to settle for the life of your home.
- All work plans drawn by a Independent Licensed Engineer.
- All completed repair projects approved by a Independent Licensed Engineer.
- All projects are field-inspected by a Independent Licensed Engineer.
- Our Foundation Experts can repair your home using all approved methods,
not just one. We repair your home using the method that is best for you
and your home, not the installer!
- Well-trained, efficient work crews mean faster project completion and
- 30 years of foundation repair experience
- Free Independent Engineer's Report!
Cypress Creek Water Treatment Plant
The City of Wichita Falls, Texas is expanding a water treatment facility. The expansion plans require over 30 feet of excavation near the existing plant. Independent engineers have determined that this excavation may cause a catastrophic collapse of the existing structure.
All Pro Foundation Repair, in conjunction with consulting independent engineers and city engineers, utilized the helical pier as a tieback with weight capacities of 100,000 lbs. to support the area of excavation.
Ten Mile Creek Flood Zone
Flooding along Ten Mile Creek in Lancaster, Texas during the summer of 2004 has caused significant damage to many of the houses. FEMA and the insurance companies determined that in order to rebuild the houses in the flood zone, the houses must be raised 10 feet.
The existing slabs can be re-used if properly reinforced to handle the additional weight. Conventional pier systems use the weight of the house to drive the piers to refusal supporting the exact weight of the house; the additional weight of the raised house could cause these piers to sink further. Helical piers are chosen to reinforce the slabs because they are capable of supporting 2 to 3 times the weight of the structure.
All work plans drawn by Licensed Independent Engineers.*
All completed repair projects approved by Licensed Independent Engineers.*
All projects are field-inspected by Licensed Independent Engineers. *
* All-Pro Foundation Repair is not a licensed engineering firm, nor does it offer engineering services. We use independent engineers to ensure that all of our work meets the highest standards. Beware of companies that offer in-house or staff engineering services. These are not unbiased engineers and they are not working for you!