Perma-Pier, with a history that goes back three generations and over 25,000 residential and commercial repair projects, isn’t your average foundation repair company. At Perma-Pier, we know your dirt. Did you know that the state of Texas has over sixty different soil types? Our team specializes in your dirt, undergoing continual training and education on these soils and the latest repair technologies, as well as foundation types. We also employ a full-time geologist to precisely evaluate the soil beneath your home or business. Below you will find several areas that set Perma-Pier apart from other foundation repair companies.

Customized Solutions

Learn why any foundation repair company that gives you an estimate before evaluation is either overcharging you or attempting to solve your foundation issue with a repair that might not even work.

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Texas Soil Experts

Find out why Perma-Pier can truly say we “know your dirt.” Our knowledge of Texas soils — and what we do with that knowledge – is unmatched.

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Our Team

Meet the people who make Perma-Pier a trusted partner for residential homeowners, commercial property owners, property managers, builders and real estate agents.

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Learn about Perma-Pier’s transferrable warranty, and why our history in Texas makes our warranty worth so much more than most warranties out there.

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Referral Program

Spread the word! If you know someone who could use Perma-Pier’s foundation repair services, refer them to us and we’ll pay you.

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Perma-Pier is always looking for professionals who “know their dirt,” effectively explain foundation repair, and back up their words with action.

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We are proud registered FEMA vendors, partnering in the ongoing hurricane repair efforts.

Payment Options

Perma-Pier’s customized approach to repairing your foundation extends to financing as well. We understand that your financial situation – not unlike your foundation – should have a customized solution.

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