America's Largest Concrete Leveler

Foundation Repair

A-1 Concrete provides commercial and residential foundation repair services to provide a permanent solution to foundation failures, leaning chimneys, bowed basement walls and sinking foundations.

Cracked basement walls, doors that won't close, leaning chimneys and bowed basement walls can be signs of foundation problems. Foundation settlement can lead to major structural problems within your home. A-1 Concrete Leveling provides cost effective solutions to repair concrete foundations.

Free Detailed Proposal

We provide a complimentary, detailed proposal of your foundation which allows us to create a complete solution for you.

Our exclusive, patented Quad Power Piering system enables our A-1 experts to provide advanced technology to foundation repair. After the foundation is excavated, high strength steel quad power piers are strategically placed and pressed into the ground, where the base is expanded to provide a stable lifting platform. The structure is lifted and then the piers are permanently locked in place and filled with concrete. The void beneath the foundation is then filled with grout to further stabilize the foundation.

Filling the void with grout evenly distributes the load of the structure, provides additional strength, and also helps prevent soil erosion and pest infestation. The foundation is then backfilled to a rough grade.

Repairs can take as little as one day, or up to several days for larger jobs. A-1 Concrete Leveling is committed to making the foundation repair process easy and stress-free for you, and will care for your home as if it were our own.

All foundation repair services are performed by experienced team members and backed by warranties.

The A-1 Concrete Leveling Foundation Repair Process

A-1 Concrete Foundation Repair Process

1.pngBracket is bolted to the foundation and steel cylinders are driven into the ground.

2.pngWhen the cylinder reaches bedrock, A-1’s patented piering flange flares out creating a strong footing.

3.pngFoundation is lifted into place and locked off. Then limestone grout is pumped under the foundation creating a solid base.