Thanks for the advice. I realize the 'professionals' in the field should know, but getting the truth when their ultimate goal is a sales obligation doesn't seem to be the best advice. Hence all the homes I've seen w/constant foundation issues 'after' it's been repaired. Some one I know complained so much, they got their money back $20K. But I don't have that kind of time & energy to deal w/a ton of crap.
I just want to know what people are doing to correct their foundation problems and what does work.
I haven't seen or heard of any company that provides the limestone slurry injections I mentioned before.