ALAMO FOUNDATION CO

3506 COMMERCE
San Antonio, TX 78207
(210) 385-4684
Contact: DELEON, RUDY
On Angie's List Since: 10/27/2008
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Cities Served: Guadalupe
 
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Five tips to protect your foundation

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Foundation and basement repair experts advise homeowners not to ignore cracks, which can expand into costly foundation failures. (Photo courtesy of member Dale W. of Boones Mill, Va.)
Foundation and basement repair experts advise homeowners not to ignore cracks, which can expand into costly foundation failures. (Photo courtesy of member Dale W. of Boones Mill, Va.)

Foundation damage can lead to costly repairs, especially if left untreated for a long time. Check out our expert tips for best advice on how to handle.

Delaying foundation repairs could crack your finances

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A worker for Xpert Foundations of Roanoke, Va., constructs a wall to support a failed foundation. (Photo courtesy of member Dale W. of Boones Mill, Va.)
A worker for Xpert Foundations of Roanoke, Va., constructs a wall to support a failed foundation. (Photo courtesy of member Dale W. of Boones Mill, Va.)

Don't let basement cracks or water leaks linger on your foundation. Highly rated experts say these problems can expand into costly foundation failure.

How does soil type affect your home’s foundation?

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Sandy construction sites might risk erosion under foundations. (Photo courtesy of Purdue University Agronomy Department)
Sandy construction sites might risk erosion under foundations. (Photo courtesy of Purdue University Agronomy Department)

Is your soil made of rock, clay, sand or loam? Soil type can affect your home’s foundation and cause shifting, sticking doors and windows and cracks

6 symptoms of a faulty foundation

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If doors and windows throughout your home are becoming hard to open or close, it could be the result of a shifting foundation, says Chicherio. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Paul B. of Bluffton, S.C.)
If doors and windows throughout your home are becoming hard to open or close, it could be the result of a shifting foundation, says Chicherio. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Paul B. of Bluffton, S.C.)

Cracked foundations can cause all sorts of the problems that you may not connect to your foundation. One highly rated provider shares six symptoms to look for.

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