Foundation Repair

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Kansas City Foundation Repair

If you see cracks, uneven floors, or think your walls could be moving, our foundation repair solutions can help. Not sure what’s causing cracks or shifting surfaces? Let one of our experts take a look.

  • Epoxy crack repair
  • Basement water proofing
  • French drains
  • Steel piers
  • Window wells
  • Sump pump installation


We're committed to excellent customer service.


Karmen P.

Kearney, MO

Gave me several reminders, were on time, worked swiftly, clean & efficient. Thank you.

Why choose us?

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Our team is highly trained and professional. We value honest work, competitive pricing and job safety. We listen first, and we’re easy to work with. The earlier we get involved in the process, the more we can help.


When solving foundation problems, flexibility and creativity are our strongest assets. We can work under almost any circumstances and within almost any time frame to meet your expectations.

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Our small, local team is able to respond and act quickly. Our centrally located team helps us serve the greater Kansas City-metro area faster.


If the damage to your foundation is noticeable, having it repaired will certainly increase the value of your home. Buyers will be much more likely to buy a home that has undergone foundation repairs than they would be to buy a home that has serious, unaddressed issues with its foundation. 

If you have any intention to sell your home at any point in the future, it’s certainly a good idea to go ahead and have your foundation repaired.

No one wants to have to pay for costly foundation repairs. When weighed against the alternative, though, having your foundation repaired is always going to be the better option as opposed to leaving the damage unfixed. Foundation damage will only grow worse over time, until eventually it gets to the point that it is impossible to ignore any longer. In the end, repairing your foundation at the first sign of damage is always going to be more affordable than putting off the repairs until the damage becomes extreme. When you take into account the resale value of your home, repairing foundation issues becomes even more important. If you’ve noticed signs that your foundation has been damaged and would like to get an estimate on the cost of repairs, we invite you to contact us today.

If you don't fix your foundation, mold and mildew cause the wooden members under your pier and beam home to deteriorate. Whenever there are cracks or poor sealing around a pier and beam foundation, water can make its way into the crawl space.

While you could live in a home with foundation problems, it doesn’t help the resale value. Fixing the issues could help you when the time comes to sell the home.

If you’re buying a home, make sure you get the proper professional to thoroughly inspect the home. If you discover foundation issues, consider if you really want to live in the home. If you do, negotiate the home price down and handle the renovations yourself. Otherwise, see if the seller will handle the updates before moving in.

While foundation issues can be a deal breaker, your health and safety are the most important factors to consider.

A lot of factors determine how long it takes to repair a foundation. Because many homeowners want to be present when their foundation’s being fixed, the length of time involved in the process is a real concern. It generally takes 1-3 days to repair a foundation. Of course, the timetable can vary for number of reasons.

How to spot foundation issues:
  • Test windows and doors
  • Look for Sagging Floors or Ceilings
  • Investigate Those Musty Smells in the Basement
  • Inspect Sources of Mold
  • Check for Gaps Between Exterior Windows and Walls
  • Examine Any Bowed Walls
  • Pay Attention to Your Chimney
  • Look for Nails Popping Out of Drywall
  • Diagnose Any Cracks in the Wall or Floor

Contractors can often a sinking foundation with slabjacking. The process involves filling the space under the slab, forcing it back to its original location. Fixing a slab with slabjacking involves drilling access holes through it and filling the area below it with cement and other additives.

Foundation damage affects every home differently. But if you're looking for a very rough estimate, Rare Daily notes that most foundation issues reduce a home's value by 10-15 percent. In other words, a home that's worth $300,000 could potentially lose between $30,000 and $45,000 in value.

Water is the main enemy in expansive soils. There is either too much water, causing the soil to swell, or not enough, causing the soil to shrink.

If all soil beneath a foundation swells uniformly or shrinks uniformly it is unlikely to cause a problem. But when only part of the foundation heaves or settles, differential movement causes cracks and other damage.

Most differential movement is caused by differences in soil moisture. After construction, soil beneath part of the foundation becomes wetter or drier than the rest of the soil.

Let’s make your dream feel like home.

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