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|Phone||+1 (501) 224-1933|
|Contact person||Mike DeShazer|
|Working hours||8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Monday - Friday)|
Established in 1933, Olshan Foundation Repair provides cost-effective foundation solutions to residential and commercial property owners. Our services are backed by an available lifetime warranty, friendly customer support and convenient financing options. Our Little Rock, Arkansas service area includes Cabot, Searcy, Batesville, Heber Springs, Russellville, Conway, Benton, Bryant, Pine Bluff, White Hall, Malvern, Hot Springs, Hope, Texarkana, El Dorado, Magnolia, Camden, McGehee Stuttgart, Dewitt, Dumas, Jacksonville, Arkadelphia, Sherwood, Monticello, and surrounding areas. Our service areas include; foundation crack repair, crawl space repair, drainage management, under slab plumbing, house leveling, root barrier installation and structural analysis.
Structural Assessments are free and there is never any obligation. The foundation inspection is conducted by a Certified Structural Technician who carefully inspects the problems affecting your home before developing a comprehensive repair plan unique to your property. For homes with minimal damage, our Techs can help recommend preventative maintenance plans to reduce and help prevent serious foundation damage from occurring.
Olshan is the exclusive provider of the Cable Lock ST Plus repair system. This hybrid design combines the penetrating power of concrete with the long-term durability of steel, providing a longer, deeper more secure repair.
We do all of this with the highest level of integrity and respect for our customers. We like to think that's what keeps them coming back. In fact, we're so confident in our work that we offer a Lifetime Transferable Warranty for all foundation repairs. It's our way of saying, "We'll always get the job done right."
Like most things in life, your foundation is subject to environmental stress. Expanding and contracting soil, excessive moisture and inadequate drainage are some of the most common threats to your home’s foundation. Over time, environmental stressors can cause a foundation to shift, crack or settle unevenly. And homeowners often miss early warning signs of foundation damage.
Homeowners spend about $4 billion annually stabilizing faulty foundations, and those costs may increase as more homes are built in areas known for shifting soil. Understanding risk factors and signs of foundation problems can help you protect your most valuable asset from irreversible damage.