Ohio Basement Authority is a foundation repair contractor serving the Greater Columbus area. They provide expert solutions for foundation cracks and settlement, bowing and leaning walls, sagging floors above crawl spaces and more. They provide a free estimate in Mansfield, Springfield and nearby.
If your home is experiencing a failing foundation or sagging crawl space in Greater Cincinnati, Columbus, or Cleveland, OH, we can help. We are a Foundation Supportworks Ohio dealer and want to give you a FREE Home Inspection and Foundation Repair Estimate. You'll see how Foundation Supportworks' unique line of foundation repair products can turn your space into a dry, healthy, usable environment.
We specialize in repairing settling foundations, stabilizing basement walls, and repairing sagging crawl spaces. We've seen all types of foundation problems throughout Ohio. With our foundation push piers, helical piers, wall anchors, tiebacks, and crawl space jacks, we have the solution for you. Included in our range of products and services, we can repair bowing and buckling foundation walls, stabilize foundations that experience settlement, and install crawl space jacks in crawl spaces with sagging crawl space pillars. We can even address street creep and provide mud jacking services.
Why wait until your Cincinnati or Columbus home's foundation fails? Get your foundation issue taken care of now and prevent any further damage to your foundation or even the failure of the foundation walls. When houses are built in Ohio areas such as Cincinnati and Columbus, they are often constructed in expansive clay soils or poorly-compacted sediments. As these soils settle, expand, contract, or the foundation begins to shift, the foundation can be damaged. Symptoms of a damaged foundation can include tilting chimneys, cracks in the foundation, jamming doors, sticking windows, and an uneven floor. During rainstorms, larger foundation cracks can also allow water into the home, leading to a flooded basement.
It's wonderful to have some of the Foundation Supportworks network's best foundation repair specialists here in Ohio. But, then again, all the foundation repair specialists in the Foundation Supportworks Network is of the best in the country. From Cincinnati to Columbus, Dayton to Cleveland, you are in luck. There is a Foundation Supportworks dealer in your neighborhood who can perform foundation inspections and repair your foundation cracks, while stabilizing your home's foundation.
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.
By Mike K. Morgantown, WV
"Other companies should be as courteous and thorough as the crew we had."
Chris is very very good at "working" things out on contract & we appreciate his diligence to keeping his word. Jason and his crew worked their butts off and did more than I expected. We're very pleased.
By Joyce M. Fairmont, WV
"The foreman did a great job to answering all my questions and was very..."
Brad & team worked around several problems including one major one as well as an uneven floor. They were also very adaptable after consulting with me after discovering the major problem. Only complaint I could make is that there is an inch gap along part of the wall where they had to compensate for the unevenness of the floor.
By Rick B. Washington, PA
"I rate your crew the highest. They work well as a team. Together no..."
Comment: Moderate bowing wall. think we need wall anchors.
Project Location: Hudson Park Dr, Hudson, OH 44236
Comment: Many cracks and sinking spots in driveway. Received brochure from Chad Besak.
Project Location: Wetmore Rd, Cuyagoga Falls, OH 44223
Comment: I have an addition built on a slab.
they never secured the rebar into the foundation and now the concrete floor has settled its been 10 years so I believe it has settled as much as it is going to.
Project Location: Glenallen Ave, Solon, OH 44139
Comment: Corner of foundation sank on home.
Project Location: Winter, Wooster, OH 44691
Comment: A home I am seriously considering buying is a split level with a garage as part of the foundation. there are cracks in two of the walls and I would like a professional to look at it for an estimate.
Comment: Our foundation is caving in; water and ice damage; floors bowing in, need fixed asap because our homeowner's ins just dropped us from the policy because we asked them to fix it. Now we are at risk of losing the house because we can't afford to fix this. It was damaged when we bought it in 2003.
Project Location: Lincoln Street, Oak Hill, OH 45656
Comment: My new house was built in 1901. The floor sags towards the middle of the house. I would like to make sure that there isn't anything to worry about and maybe put up some extra supports.
Project Location: Whisper Creek Lane, Lodi, OH 44254
Comment: 2 year old home. Home inspection 4/15. "Settling toward exterior wall both north & west. This is evidenced by level placed in both direction. An approx 3/8" "bump" felt in vinyl along the whole length of rear slider. Need to get some advice on how/how much to get repairs needed.
Project Location: West 130th, Strongsville, OH 44136