Most foundation repair companies say they offer a transferable warranty, but all too often they are not being completely honest. Some companies charge the customer to perform warranty work. Others charge their “valued” customers simply to come inspect the home a second time. And even worse, most foundation repair companies go out of business within only a few years of opening their doors, leaving all of their clients with a “transferable warranty” which is now completely worthless!

We understand a foundation repair warranty is only as good as the company that offers it. Perma-Pier Foundation Repair has been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area since 1992 and has a solid reputation to back its warranty. We do not charge our warranty customers for inspections, adjustments, or claims!


Transferring A Warranty:

In order to activate your warranty, you will need to complete these two simple steps within 90 days* from the date of closing.

Step 1:

Download and complete the Warranty Transfer Form & pay the $250 transfer fee. This fee can be paid via credit card or check, either over the phone by calling 877-840-9993 or via mail to: P.O. Box 202383, Arlington 76006. You can email the completed form to warrantytransfer@permapier.com.

Step 2:

A passing hydrostatic sewer & freshwater pressure test must be on file dated no more than 1 year old. This must be done by a Licensed Master Plumber. While you are free to choose any plumber, we recommend Black Tie Plumbing. The passing test must be submitted on company letterhead, showing the Master Plumber’s license number & proof that both systems were tested & passed.

Once the above steps are completed, the transfer is complete.

*Note: If it has been over 90 days, please contact our warranty department in order to reinstate your warranty.

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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