Some home repairs are a good choice for a DIY weekend project—masonry repairs are not one of them. No matter how many YouTube videos you watch, they won’t suffice to give you the specialized expertise you’d need to properly complete such an important job.
Believe us, we know. The structural integrity of your home depends on quality work.
When your foundation is cracked or otherwise compromised, you need the services of a company with years of experience and a proven track record for exceptional workmanship. Basement Waterproofing Solutions has provided masonry repairs for nearly 60 years, and we’ve built a solid reputation one job at a time.
Our awards, BBB accreditation, and numerous industry affiliations all speak to our unwavering commitment to providing outstanding service and long-lasting results that are backed by our lifetime guarantee.
Expert Foundation Repairs
Cracks in the foundation and bowing walls are signs that your home’s structural integrity could be compromised. That’s why it’s important to call at the first sign of an issue rather than waiting for the situation to get worse.
With nearly 60 years of experience, you can trust that your home is in good hands with us.
Basement Waterproofing Solutions provides all the services needed to correct any issues and protect your home from further damage. We provide many types of foundation repairs, including:
- Carbon Fiber Reinforcement: We use carbon fiber developed by Fortress Stabilization to repair bowed walls and leave you with a repair that is almost invisible. Our foundation repair experts will tell you if your home is a candidate for this type of repair.
- I-Beam Supports: We’ve been installing steel reinforcement beams for decades. Today, our process relies on the latest carbon fiber technology and a custom plan to provide effective results for your home.
- Masonry Support Buttress: This was once a common solution for reinforcing a wall, but it’s not a method we employ very often today. If the situation calls for it, however, we have the skills to install a support buttress.
- Full or Partial Wall Replacement: If the cracks are large, the wall is bowing three inches or more, or several blocks are loose, wall replacement may be the safest, most effective option.