Even if you’ve researched the best time of year to do foundation repairs, it is never a convenient project. Even if you have knowledgeable and efficient teams like URETEK ICR Gulf Coast repairing your foundation, the work will never be without its disruptions.

So, how long does it take to repair a foundation and how can you affect the length of this process?

Factors of Your Foundation Repair Timeline

There are three major factors that can affect the speed of your home’s foundation remediation.

1. Foundation Repair Method

One of the main questions to ask foundation repair companies when you’re getting an estimate is what foundation repair options you have available.

For slab foundations, you generally have the option to use foam foundation repair or pressed pilings foundation repair. Pier and beam foundations usually necessitate the pilings method since they sit on blocks or stations.

2. Foundation Size and Scope

Regardless of the foundation repair method you use, a larger scope of work and heavier structure will almost always take more time to repair than a smaller one.

On a big project, the amount of URETEK polymer required for foam foundation repair means that the job will take more time. This may require more time drilling injection sites or fine-tuning the elevations.

If pressed pilings are being used to conduct your foundation repair, the time it takes to repair a larger home’s foundation can be even more dramatic. Concrete piers must be spaced appropriately for lasting results. The larger the square footage of your home may require more concrete pilings which means more time needed to dig out the piling locations.

3. Amount of Foundation Damage and Settlement

Depending on the severity of foundation damage to your home, the foundation repair timeline can vary. For example, if your pier and beam home has suffered foundation damage due to water, you could require beam and floorboard replacement that goes beyond the typical foundation work of bringing a home to a flatter plane.

Concrete slab foundations don’t suffer water damage in the same way, but severe cracks and steep grades, and severe settlement throughout your home can be cause for lengthier repairs. Not to mention, the cosmetic work required after your home is brought to a more level plane can take time.

How Long Does It Take to Repair A Foundation?

So, how long does it take to fix a foundation when all is said and done? Our team can speak from personal experience, but that doesn’t mean our competitors’ timelines will look the same.

Polymer Injection

If URETEK ICR Gulf Coast is injecting polymer (the URETEK Method), the average foundation repair length is 1 day. See our related blog post to learn about life after foundation repair when you receive foam injection.

Pressed Pilings

If the URETEK ICR Gulf Coast team is installing pilings, the average is 2.5 days.

The length of the job can vary due to a number of factors. Our foundation repair specialist can give you an idea of how long a project will take after an assessment. Weather and job complexity are usually the most common issues when it comes to getting a job done fast.

URETEK ICR Gulf Coast Has the Solutions You Need for Quick Repairs

Our foundation repair company in Houston tries to be as minimally invasive as possible, but our work can still disrupt a family or business routine. Incorrect initial assessments can delay repairs extensively; that’s why it’s so important to turn to the professionals right away so that you can get as accurate an estimate as possible.

At URETEK ICR Gulf Coast we pride ourselves on our ability to get the job done right: with knowledgeable staff, experienced crews, and over 20 years of experience, you can be confident in the integrity of our work.

Houston foundation repair can be a long, complicated process, but it doesn’t have to be. Always choose experts from the get-go to ensure accurate quotes and precise time estimates so that you’re not left stranded. When it’s your home or business, speedy repairs are just as important as work quality, and there’s no room for error.

Contact us today to get a free estimate on your home’s foundation remediation.