Structural and Foundation Repair Services

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We Provide Warranty-Backed Permanent Foundation Repair Solutions

Finding out your home has a foundation problem can be an overwhelming experience. After all, your home’s foundation is arguably its most important component. This is why it is so important to repair foundation issues as soon as they become evident. Not only do they affect other parts of the structure, but they also typically get worse over time. In other words, your foundation issues will never be cheaper to fix than they are today. And no matter what your foundation problem, we can develop a custom-designed solution to fix it — permanently.

Why Choose Thrasher for Foundation Repair?

In a word: experience — both as it relates to the expertise we’ve amassed over the years and the way we interact with our customers every day. Thrasher is a family-owned, family-run business that has been providing foundation repair solutions for more than 40 years. Over that time, we’ve grown from a single-person business operating out of a basement to a thriving enterprise of more than 200 employees providing foundation repair solutions to homeowners across three states.

We’re a member and sister company (link to info on history page) to the Supportworks network — a group of more than 130 contractors across the United States and Canada that is committed to redefining the industry by proving that more is possible when it comes to the homeowner-contractor experience. Honesty. Transparency. Courtesy. Respect. These are the values that drive us, from the person who first takes your call to the person who shakes your hand when the job is completed to your satisfaction.

Wall Straightening, Foundation Crack Repair and More

Foundation problems can show up in a variety of ways. They can appear as a cracked block basement wall, or maybe a poured concrete wall that’s tipping in from the top. They can also appear as sagging or bouncy floors as a crawl space settles beneath them. Even seemingly unrelated issues like a gapping ceiling or sticking windows or doors can be evidence of a settling foundation. And even if they haven’t begun to fail, your foundation walls could be in need of stabilization to prevent them from cracking and bowing in the future. In fact, if a neighbor has had a foundation repaired, it’s a good bet the same soil that caused that issue could cause problems for you. The point is, you’ll never know until you have an expert inspect your home and find out.

Contact us today for a free, no-obligation inspection. We’ll provide a thorough inspection of your home’s foundation, and before we leave, you’ll know exactly what caused the problem, exactly how we can fix it permanently and exactly how much it will cost.

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