To permanently fix a foundation you need solutions designed for your home’s unique problems.
At Thrasher, our team of certified in-house foundation repair engineers and experts are here to help. We have the training, experience, and warrantied products available nowhere else.
To schedule a free inspection and receive a free foundation repair quote, contact us today! Each inspection is free of charge, and includes an in-person consultation with one of our foundation experts.
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We use products and techniques designed, manufactured, and distributed by Foundation Supportworks, Inc., an international network of more than 100 of the most experienced structural repair contractors in North America.
Foundation Supportworks'™ team of in-house structural and geotechnical engineers have carefully designed, tested, and patented solutions for repairing foundation problems of all types. Each of our products is based on time-honored solutions that meet all local and international standards.
At Thrasher, we bring warrantied, proven-quality products straight to your door. Contact us today to schedule your free quote!
For our contractors, a typical home foundation repair usually takes less than a week to complete. All of our systems come with a written warranty -- so that you know the problem was fixed right.
Issues like stair-step foundation cracks, buckling walls, sinking and sagging floors, and slab cracks can devastate your home’s value, and can be eyesores as well. Our foundation repair systems are designed to not only repair the problem, but to bring your structures back into their original positions.
Regardless of why you're experiencing a foundation problem in your home, Thrasher conducts a thorough inspection of your home, and we'll let you know exactly what steps need to be taken to permanently stabilize your foundation -- restoring value to your greatest investment.
Whether you need mudjacking, stabilizing concrete structures, wall stabilization, push piers or any other residential or commercial foundation service, we can help. Just contact Thrasher. We work in Omaha, Lincoln, Sioux City, Carroll, Council Bluffs, Bellevue, Grand Island, Kearney, Norfolk, Fremont, North Platte and all surrounding cities. Contact us today.
Foundation walls begin to bow and buckle inward when the force against them exceeds their ability to withstand the pressure from outside soil and water.
Failing foundation walls will crack and leak, and can ruin finished basement walls. Bowing walls will eventually collapse, and should be addressed immediately.
We repair bowing walls from the outside with our Geo-Lock Foundation Wall Anchor System.
If wall anchors are not an option due to limited outside space, we recommend our PowerBrace I-Beam System.
Not only will our solutions stop bowing and buckling, but they can bring your walls back into their original position.
Learn more about bowing, buckling walls.
Foundation settlement occurs when the soils beneath a foundation are unable to support the weight of the structure above.
A settling foundation can cause a great deal of damage to your home. Cracked foundation walls and drywall, out of square doors and windows, and tilting chimneys are all common. If left unchecked, foundation damage can become very difficult to repair.
Foundation Supportworks'™ foundation piers are designed to repair sinking structures of all types.
Our sturdy, corrosion-resistant piers can stabilize and lift your foundation back to a stable position -- permanently!
Learn more about foundation settlement.
Floors over crawl spaces sink for three reasons: There are too few supports, the supports begin to sink into the ground, or wooden support structure begins to rot.
When crawl space structure settles, the entire home can show damage. Cracked drywall, uneven floors and stuck doors, and a persistent musty odor are all warning signs.
Durable steel supports like Foundation Supportworks'™ SmartJack Crawl Space Support System quickly restore your structure’s original strength, and dehumidifiers paired with crawl space encapsulation can prevent further damage caused by rot and moisture.
Learn more about sagging crawl spaces.