Foundation Repair

Helping home owners in Wisconsin repair & level their home foundation and find peace of mind for over 40 years.

Most homes will experience settling over the years following their construction. A settling foundation occurs when the foundation of your home moves to a point below its original position. This happens when the underlying soil shifts or becomes compacted, often due to construction on disturbed soil. Settling soils that cause your homes’ foundation to shift can lead to major structural issues, including bowed walls in your basement, cracks in your homes exterior, and more.

Home Foundation Repair Issues & Services

Types of Foundation Repair

Depending on the severity of your home foundation issues, there are a number of foundation repair options you may need to consider, such as: beams, resistance piers, and helical piers.Learn more

Settled Foundation & Bowed Walls

Pressure from soil outside of your home can cause your homes foundation walls to bow inward. Various solutions are available to help remedy this problem.Learn more

Foundation Crack Repair

Cracks in your basement walls may seem like a small problem, but can actually lead to much larger issues. Foundation cracks allow water to seep in, which presents issues such as flooded basements, mold, and serious structural damage.Learn more

Egress Windows

If you're wanting to add a livable room in your basement, safety requirements mandate that you have an egress window installed. Egress windows are a must-have for fire safety, providing an easy exit in the case of emergency.Learn more


5/16/16 Dave, It was about ten years ago that my basement walls started to move and leak. I called a local company to have the situation  taken care of. They came over and proceeded to install a system that was meant to bring the walls back into position and prevent cracking and leaking. They did this by drilling through the walls and extending a rod out to the yard about eight to 13 feet from the house. It was supposed to be tightened to bring the wall back to the original place or close to it. It did move the walls ever so slightly, but return, cause more cracked in the walls. After repeated calls for the firm to come and fix the problems, the leaking did cease but the company asked me for $100 a year to guarantee their warranty. They worked on the East and South walls. Two years ago, the west and north walls began to leak and I called another local firm, because I lost all tryst in the first firm. They did the same procedure with the same results. Tighten the rods and get more cracking and more leaks. After continued leaking for the better part of the last two years, I decided, after a $15,000.00 expenditure, to call and get the basement fixed correctly to end the leaking. A competitor contractor mentioned your name and I called you. I had your firm mudjack my driveway a couple times, but I did not know you did basement work also. I accepted your bid in the winter of 2015 to do the work in the spring of 2016 and this past week, after two weeks, the job is complete! You excavated around the entire house, pushed back the walls, installed steel beams every four feet in the basement, filled all of the cracks inside and out and applied a sealer on the outside of the walls. I am confident that my basement is not sealed and should not leak. I can only have words of praise for the men who performed the work. They were not only courteous, but very hard working and when they left, the outside of my home was landscaped and the property cleaned up. We are very appreciative of the excellent quality of work you performed and look forward to a “dry” (SureDry) basement in the future! Again, Thank you Clyde Menasha, WisconsinFoundation Repair collage 2.1

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