2821 East Randol Mill Rd | Arlington, TX 76011
arlington@permapier.com | 817-583-8714

Perma-Pier has been serving customers in the Arlington area for over two decades and is a member of the Arlington Board of Realtors and the Apartment Association of Tarrant County. Perma-Pier is locally and actively involved in all aspects of the foundation repair business in Arlington.

Soils in Arlington are different from both Dallas and Fort Worth. Arlington is primarily underpinned by the Woodbine sandstone, a picturesque rolling topography dominated by sandy loams and clay-rich soils. This sandstone serves as the parent material for a variety of soils. Some common ones include the Rader fine sandy loam, the Crosstell fine sandy loam, the Lewisville clay, and the Bastsil fine sandy loam. These sandier, clay-rich soils allow for subsurface water movement and require special consideration. This propensity for water movement can easily compromise the foundations of Arlington-area properties.

Water movement being an issue in Arlington, we offer drainage services to help control the moisture levels of the soil around your property.

Our Arlington-based foundation repair services include:

  • No charge evaluations
  • Expert soil analysis
  • Commercial and residential repairs
  • Builder and real estate agency programs
  • Transferable warranty
  • Drainage and landscaping solutions
  • Custom payment options

Regardless of the soil type your home or commercial property sits on, recognizing the signs of a foundation failure as soon as possible can save you thousands. And you can save yourself even more money by having the repair done right the first time.

To have one of Perma-Pier’s experts draw up a customized approach to repairing your Arlington residential or commercial foundation, schedule your no charge evaluation today.

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