We had such a wonderful experience with Stablelift repair this past month. We found out that our 1957 house slab foundation had shifted beyond the degrees of tolerance since we owned it. Unfortunately we had to repair our foundation. We received a few bids but they all recommended concrete piers which sounded like the most cost effective way to fix it without breaking the bank. But I decided to call Stablelift after reading the information on their website about their technology and superior product to the concrete piers. I spoke with Brent, the owner, and he explained their steel pier bracket, the advantages of drilling down in the bedrock (especially for San Antonio clay soils), and the technology involved. We received the estimate and it was very competitive with the pricing for the concrete pier solution. It was an easy choice for us. The foundation repair for our home was scheduled to take only one day. The team arrived and marked the areas for the piers, then they started to dig using some sort of two handled shovel and placed all dirt and rocks into trash bags so they could replace it after the foundation lift and to ensure there wasn't a mess afterwards (we absolutely loved this because we had just landscaped the entire perimeter of the house and it looked perfect and untouched after all the work). They inserted the 12 piers with a motorized system instead of having a person physically under your house. They had a scheduled lift time and the lift caused very minimal cosmetic repair to the interior sheetrock and paint, I attribute this to the technology and expertise of this team. The lead foreman, Robert, and the owner, Brent, were there throughout the day to monitor the project. I was very impressed by this whole process, the leadership, and team. I highly recommend them!