Foundation Repair Companies in Virginia

16507 Beach Highway
Ellendale, DE 19941
Foundation contractor and repair in Delaware and the eastern shore of Maryland including Wilmington, Newark, Dover, and Milford.
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529 Viking Dr
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Virginia Foundation Solutions is a Virginia Beach contractor, specializing in basement, crawl space and slab foundation repair, and offering free estimates and long-term warranties.
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6226 Clinton Highway, Suite 1
Knoxville, TN 37912
Master Services is East Tennessee's local Foundation Supportworks, Inc. dealer, serving East Tennessee & Southwestern Virginia.
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12200 Livingston Rd
Manassas, VA 20109
Trusted foundation repair contractor serving Montgomery, Prince Georges, Charles, and St. Marys in Maryland as well as Loudon, Fairfax, and Prince William in Virginia.
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147 Mill Ridge Rd #234
Lynchburg, VA 24502
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Fortress Foundation Solutions is your trusted Supportworks dealer serving the VA Metropolitan Area, including Lynchburg, Roanoke, Charlottesville and nearby. They provide elite foundation repair services, including settling foundation repair, foundation wall repair, sagging crawl space repair, and more.
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32 Cobblestone Cir
Henrico, VA 23238
Eastern & Central Virginia: including Greater Richmond, Virginia Beach and Norfolk.
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Why Foundation & Concrete Repair in Virginia is Important

Everything within your home rests upon the strength and condition of your foundation.  When a home’s foundation or foundation walls begin to weaken or rest on poor supporting soils, your foundation can begin to fail, which can affect everything in the home.  A foundation problem that’s not addressed can only get worse, and over time, it may lead to serious problems in the home. All residential foundation issues must be addressed immediately.  When a foundation issue is handled early on, you are more likely to find a cost-effective solution that will permanently solve the problem, even with an installation that usually takes about a day.

A home's foundation problems can be seen throughout the entire house.  Symptoms can include uneven floors, jamming doors and sticking windows.  As the home settles unevenly, it’s possible for chimneys to tilt and crawl spaces to sag, and basement walls may begin to buckle inwards if you have clay soils that are expanding with water and temperature.  Some foundation cracks can even lead to a wet basement!

Don't live with this!  Your local Virginia foundation repair dealers are ready, trained, and happy to help you.  Each of our crawl space support experts and foundation repair contractors are trained at the Foundation Supportworks Network headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska.  Regardless of what is causing your foundation issues, we can customize a foundation solution that will keep your foundation strong and stabilized— the way it’s meant to be.

Thousands of Virginia homeowners have foundation issues and sagging crawl space problems, which is why our foundation repair specialists service all areas of Virginia including but not limited to Blacksburg, Charlottesville, Chesapeake Bay, Lynchburg, Hampton, Richmond, Roanoke, and Salem. What makes our repairs better than the rest is the mere quality of Foundation Supportworks wide variety of foundation repair products. They have been specifically designed for all types of foundation problems.   Included in this product line is the Foundation Supportworks line of foundation piers- including push piers and helical piers.  Every Foundation Supportworks dealer also has access to their complete line of foundation wall anchors and helical tieback anchors— perfect for bowing and buckling foundation walls!  Your local Foundation Supportworks dealer can also provide many other foundation support services, such as mud jacking and addressing street creep!

As Virginia's Foundation Supportworks Dealers, our foundation support contractors are part of an international network that stretches across two continents! And, we have several dealers that cover the VA area. Call us toll free or contact us online for your free foundation repair estimate and professional home inspection.  We'd like to help you solve your foundation problem. 

From the greater Washington DC area and Virginia Beach, to Richmond and all the way to the western tip of Virginia, you can be sure that there’s a Foundation Supportworks foundation repair and crawl space structural support contractor in your neighborhood.

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Woodbridge, VA
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Winchester, VA
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Winchester, VA
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BeaverDam, VA
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Charlottesville, VA
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Recent Job Requests for Foundation & Concrete Repair in Virginia

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Project Location: Fredericksburg, VA 22407

Comment: Pool deck has sank in one side of my pool. I contacted a quote for mudd jacking but because it is a pool they couldn't. I read where poly jacking is another option. I'm selling my house and u need it done asap.

Project Location: Spotsylvania, VA 22551

Comment: Sidewalk leveling needed.

Project Location: Shenandoah, VA 22849

Comment: Need jacks in crawl space on back of house: dining room, kitchen & bath

Project Location: Glen Allen, VA 23060

Comment: Driveway leveling

Project Location: Kilmarnock, VA 22482

Comment: Had an undetected pipe leak for years under a concrete floor which has resulted in the slab setteling about 1.25''. had an engineer suggest injecting poly grout under the slab to sure the ground up to prevent further setteling of the slab.