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Foundation Repair

For homeowners in Virginia and Maryland, foundation repair is a very important service. If you have experienced foundation settlement, or cracking and crumbling concrete, your home could be in serious structural danger. An unstable foundation can cause many issues throughout your home including sloping and uneven floors, doors and windows that won’t shut, ceiling cracks, drywall cracks, basement leaks, and more.

Thankfully, Basement Masters Waterproofing has the professional solutions that you need to take care of your home. We offer several foundation solutions that can help stabilize your home for years to come, and stop basement leakage as well.

Expert Foundation Repair Solutions for Virginia & Maryland Homeowners

We offer a variety of solutions to take care of all of the problems with your foundation, keeping your home stable and safe for many more years.

Wall Anchor Foundation Repair Maryland Virginia

Wall Anchors

Wall Anchors pull leaning and bowing foundation walls back into position.

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Carbon Fiber Foundation Repair Maryland Virginia

Carbon Fiber Strips

Carbon fiber seals cracks while giving the wall strength to withstand soil pressure.

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Epoxy Crack Injections Virginia Maryland

Epoxy Injections

This solution seals out moisture while binding the faces to hold the foundation together.

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If you notice any foundation problems in your home, contact the professional team at Basement Masters Waterproofing today. We offer several solutions that can help to return your Virginia home to normal in no time.

What Causes Foundation Failure?

Foundation failure can be caused by many things. Over time, your foundation will settle naturally into the ground. This is normal, but it can become a danger when other factors contribute to rapid settlement. Here are some of the common ways that a foundation will sink too quickly or unevenly:

  • Poor soil compaction when the home was first built
  • Concrete foundation poorly constructed
  • Excess moisture creating soil pressure against your foundation
  • Plumbing leaks creating pooling water by your foundation, causing hydraulic pressure
  • High water tables pushing up against your foundation floor, eventually seeping through
  • Overgrown tree roots pushing against your foundation walls or floors

If any of these problems sound familiar to you, don’t hesitate to call Basement Masters Waterproofing for a free estimate today. Our company is very experienced when it comes to foundation repair, and we can offer you the best option for your home and budget. Give us a call today to get started!