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  • Non-destructive repairs
  • Slab raising & leveling
  • Crack repair
  • Retaining wall repairs
  • Stabilizing tilting, bowing walls
  • Repairs for settled walls

Our Foundation Supportworks Dealers Serving Colorado

3250 Quentin Street, Suite 114
Aurora, CO 80011
Complete Structural Systems is a foundation repair contractor and authorized Foundation Supportworks dealer for the Denver, Boulder, Westminster, Greeley, Fort Collins and Woodrow areas in Colorado. They are a division of Complete Basement Systems of Colorado.
723 S. Sierra Madre St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Authorized Foundation SupportWorks foundation contractor servicing Teller, Elpaso, Douglas, Elbert, Lincoln counties in CO
121 Chipeta Ave.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Authorized Foundation Supportworks foundation repair contractor in Western Colorado including Grand Junction, Craig, Gunnison, Aneth, Rainbow, Jensen.

If you're having problems with your home's foundation, or if your crawl space is sagging, Foundation Supportworks has a solution for you! Our local Colorado dealer can provide you with a FREE in-home estimate and foundation inspection for restoring your foundation to the strong and supporting structure it was meant to be.  We provide long-lasting and cost-effective solutions that install in about a day with minimal disturbance to your home.

We've seen thousands of crawl space and foundation problems in Colorado, and we've helped homeowners in all areas of the state to repair their foundation problems.  Foundation Supportworks provides each dealer with a full line of foundation repair and foundation reinforcement products through our international network. These solutions can be customized to solve any foundation issue, and regardless of the issue, we can provide a reliable solution. Our dealers feature the Foundation Supportworks line of galvanized steel foundation piers and wall anchors. We also offer long-lasting crawl space support jacks and mud jacking services. Your local foundation contractor can even address foundation problems such as street creep, and sinking sun rooms and porches! No matter what problem you're facing with your home foundation, we're your Colorado foundation contractor with the right answer.

As proud members of the Foundation Supportworks Network, our Colorado foundation contractors specialize in foundation repair in Denver and other cities such as Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Boulder, Fort Collins, Grand Junction and anywhere else in the state! Contact us online or call us today and let us solve your foundation problem.

Colorado is lucky to have some of Foundation Supportworks' best foundation repair experts. From Buena Vista and La Junta, to Sterling, Montrose and Orchard City, there is a Foundation Supportworks dealer available in your neighborhood. With foundation repair in Denver and foundation repair in Colorado Springs, our dealers are  ready with expert products and services to help foundation repairs whether block wall repairs, foundation wall repair, or anything else!

Expansive soils and soils with poor load-bearing capacity can wreak havoc on a building foundation, as well as on chimneys, retaining walls, driveways, concrete patios and sidewalks. When these structural elements crack, settle and shift, a multitude of problems are likely to occur, such as water intrusion, safety hazards, cracked walls, and doors and windows that become inoperable. The Foundation SupportWorks network has the tools, materials and expertise to correct these structural problems quickly and affordably.
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Recent job requests for foundation repair in CO:

Project Location: Talimena Terrace, Peyton, CO 80831

Comment: Need to level large concrete patio size 181/2' x 33'

Project Location: Princeton Lane, Littleton, CO 80130

Comment: Interested in leveling a sinking garage floor (2 slabs, one sinking by house footings) and back porch concrete slab with 550 gal hot tub.

Project Location: W. Rowland Place, Littleton, CO 80128

Comment: I bought a house and it was not disclosed to me that there were significant cracks where water has come in. The basement was completely drywalled. A person who owned the house before sent photographs to me. Currently, you cannot observe the foundation as it is covered with drywall. The engineer who did the report told me the basement was drywalled when he came out. When I explained the pictures, he suggested a strapping system with expansion bolts to fix the problem. I can show the contractor pictures.