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About Ram Jack Texas - Houston

Ram Jack is a family-owned business that originated in Ada, Oklahoma in 1968. The focus of the company at the beginning was concrete piers since that was the only technology in use at the time. Within a few years, we realized that this was not always the ideal solution for long-term foundation stability.

Through years of research and development, we designed a repair system that provided longevity, reliability and an acceptable warranty period for property owners. After the first patent in 1985, the system has been refined through more engineering research and patented technology.

Company Growth

Our foundation repair company is now headquartered in Dallas, Texas with offices in Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and Ada. After the move to Dallas, the Ram Jack Texas - Houston location was formed. Over the past few decades, our franchise network has spread across the U.S.

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Since one of our core values is providing products with high-quality caliber, we quickly realized that traditional concrete pile systems were woefully inadequate.

Our foundation repair systems are designed to provide long-term solutions with a reliable warranty.

Our expertise and technology is assured through our Lifetime Transferable Warranty.

  • This warranty is backed by Ram Jack Texas and by the Ram Jack Dealers Association National Limited Warranty Trust.
  • This warranty provides Ram Jack customers with access to warranty repairs.
  • Access to repairs is not dependent on the status (still in business) of your installing Ram Jack dealer.

More Reasons to Choose Ram Jack Texas - Houston

Our company is proud to offer industry-leading, American-made products that are built to last. Our R&D engineering experts are continually keeping our technology on the cutting edge of foundation repair solutions.

  • Accredited since 2011 with an A+ Rating on Better Business Bureau
  • Screened & Approved with High Customer Ratings on Home Advisor
  • Angie's List Certified with an A Rating
  • An Aggregate 4.5 Star Rating on Google
  • Ram Jack has installed over 70,000 piers on approximately 6,500 residential and commercial buildings.

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We Take Pride in Our Work and in Our Relationships with Our Customers

We know that you’re more than just a repair job. You’re a person! You have your own set of concerns when it comes to your home. Our goal is to establish a relationship with our customers as part of the Houston, Texas community. We hope that these relationships combine with the quality of our work in a way that compels our customers to tell their friends and family about us. Much of our business comes from customer referrals, so we aim to please in any way possible.

Our business is managed and operated by trained professionals and engineers who are dedicated to providing a new level of care, superior outcomes, and complete customer satisfaction.

We always enjoy getting client feedback and hearing from the people we work with. This helps us to align everything we do with what our residential and commercial customers' expectations, preferences, and needs.

To learn more about Ram Jack Texas - Houston, get in touch with us today by calling (713) 597-8970!

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