Foundation Support Systems of Wyoming is dedicated to keeping homes safe with expert foundation solutions in Northern Wyoming. They offer residential and commercial foundation repair, egress windows, foundation inspections and more.
Is your Wyoming home experiencing any foundation or structural problems? The Foundation Supportworks network's independently owned and operated contractors in your local area can work with you to find the right solution.
Whether the problem is from flood damage, foundation settling, bowing walls, buckled walls, or foundation cracks; our experts can help you fix your foundation problems. Our contractors will help you get back to the fun things in life, like spending a day in Grand Teton or Yellowstone National Park, exploring Fort Laramie or going to a rodeo.
Each of our foundation repair dealers is a well-established foundation repair contractor with a proven reputation for reliable and high-quality work. We can fix your foundation, while offering some additional help along the way. We will provide you with a free estimate of the projected costs to do the repairs, along with a work timetable. Our foundation contractors take the time to ensure your satisfaction.
Your long-lasting foundation repair project begins here.
We will find the answer to your foundation problems whether the answer is mud jacking, helical piers, weeping tile, crawl space jacks, helical piles, push piers, anchors or tiebacks. Don't spend anymore of your time worrying about the condition and stability of your foundation.
Foundation Supportworks is the leading network of foundation repair professionals with offices throughout the U.S. and Canada. We proudly provide the solutions to meet all of our customers' foundation needs.
Our foundation repair contractors service Wyoming including Casper, Cheyenne, Douglas, Laramie, Newcastle, Rock Springs, Savery, Sheridan, Thermopolis and all surrounding areas. Contact us today to get your FREE foundation repair estimate in your area of WY.
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 Kathyrn J. Taylorsville,
"I am a little concerned with the concrete that was put in. It is not as..."
The installer was very honest in what was happenng and what was being done, friendly and loved his work. Explaned to me the difference in what was quoted and what it would take to fix my driveway, was willing to give me tips on how to minimize any future repairs and what it would take to repair other areas that need lifting.
By Will S. Gillette, WY
"After approx. 10 months, am still very satisfied with the work done, thank..."
After approx. 10 months, am still very satisfied with the work done, thank you. I understand that the few little finishing matters I have found do not undo the good work already done nor undo my satisfaction, but it is these kinds of detail, when combined with your already competent work, that would push up to an even higher rating of customer satisfaction. Thanks for the job well done, regardless; I am very likely to call on you again if ever have other construction needs.
By Peggy Sue H. Springville, UT
"Thank you Davenport for rescuing me from my flooded basement last Tuesday..."
Thank you Davenport for rescuing me from my flooded basement last Tuesday. I did have some savings, but they were earmarked for other repairs-a leaky roof. Getting your great pump at the the price you offered was an unforgettable blessing. Thank you for everything.
By Jim M. Park City, UT
"Great Company. It was a very pleasant experience. More Companies should be..."
Comment: Some cracks in foundation, two of which are in corners and some have crumbling concrete. Two other large vertical cracks, with widening gaps. Does not appear to be leaking water. Does not appear to be any shifting in the house. Crawl space is about 3 foot high so walls are exposed. Not sure if these are to be of concern, but the house was built in 1956. Need inspection and estimate to repair/seal cracks. Thanks
Comment: I'm afraid that either my foundation wall is leaning inward or that my house is slipping outward off my foundation.
Project Location: Main St., Ranchester, WY 82839
Comment: I have a 1923 west basement wall that is trying to cave in. The exterior wall round stone 1923 cement. I think the basement was dug out after the house was built and an interior wall was poured against the exterior wall. The interior part of the wall could have been poured in 1947. Both are deteriorating. The floor is heaving in this area also. 2.5 story house. With all the rain this spring lots of water came through the walls. Generally we just have a moist basement in the spring. The sump pump usually takes care of the ground water. Looking for ideas as to what to do and a quote. Thanks!