A flashy before and after a set of pictures or a dramatically closed gap are luxuries in the foundation repair industry. They do not occur every day, however. In the dry, clay soil of Oklahoma where earthquakes were not uncommon just a few years ago, structural engineers across the state have suggested and stressed that stabilization is, by far, the primary goal of any recommended repair.
In fact, lifting to the point where the house is only moving vertically is often considered dangerous. In many situations where slab foundation repair is needed, a structural engineer will often call for steel piers hydraulically driven until the foundation starts lifting. Stabilization and securing the home take precedence. Safety takes precedence.
That’s why Oklahoma Foundation Solutions, LLC (“OFS”) is proud that our techniques and results are engineer-approved. OFS uses hydraulically driven steel piers, driving them to the load-bearing strata to the point of refusal. OFS’s professional crew is trained and led by an expert, chief technician with over thirty-five years of experience. This crew installs each of these piers in a precise and systematic manner. Oklahoma Foundation Solutions, LLC’s installed piers have always passed home inspections. OFS piers have never been flagged by a home inspector or structural engineer.
OFS enjoys the opportunity to work with structural engineers and their reports to impartially serve customers and give them what they need, nothing less.
“I had Noah come out and give me an estimate. He quoted me for 14 piers. Following week, I had a structural engineer come out and tell me where the piers should go. The structural engineer reports matched exactly the recommendation make by ok foundation solutions. job was done in one day and they cleaned up after they were done.”
-Amine, Angi (Formerly Angie’s List) Business Review
“Noah and his team came out and installed piers as directed by my structural engineer. They were able to support and level the house as the engineer directed. Repairs done to long-term cracks in the brick are almost not noticeable. I don’t think anyone will even spot them if I don’t point them out. Great job, fast response. Happy with the work and happy that the warranty is transferable. I’m an investor and will definitely use them again. They came highly rated from all my investor friends in my mastermind group.”
-Eric, Google Business Review
In addition to using engineer-approved techniques, OFS takes safety, stabilization, and security to a new level. OFS is fully insured with general liability insurance and workman’s compensation insurance. Each job is closed with a 12-point inspection process, making sure the grounds are safe and neat. Day after day, OFS meticulously makes sure folks across Oklahoma–from Stillwater to Edmond, from OKC to Norman–are given the assurances that five-star service and care can provide.
Customers can count on the premium quality work and results that OFS provides. From the office to the inspectors to the crew to the owners, each member of the OFS team is trained to put the customer and their needs first.
“We talked with several foundation companies who recommended a variety of solutions, hired two structural engineers to review the recommendations, had estimates ranging from $56,000 plus to $6,000 plus to fix the problems, and frankly we were in a quandary as to what to do to repair our foundation issues. When we contacted Noah at Oklahoma Foundation Solutions, he came out and reviewed the engineering reports and examined our home and scheduled a time for his partner to come out to consult with us on the interior issues as well. After careful consideration, we decided to follow their recommendation.”
“They quickly scheduled our project, arrived on time and got to work at an impressive rate. Everything went as promised, and after placing exterior piers, they filled in the holes, and restored the ground to a degree that was amazing. You could not tell that any digging had occurred. Inside, their work was neat, clean and well done. Within a few days, the cracks above the doors began to close up, and our foundation “felt” more stable.”
-Grant, Google Business Review