Foundation problems can start in the initial stages of construction, which is why it’s important to be proactive in preventing them. That starts with hiring the right partner to lay your foundation for your new construction.
By installing pre-construction piers while monitoring hydraulic pressure, we can help avoid downward settlement and heaving. These piers can be installed in just about any weather condition and are an economical solution that can prove extremely valuable in the long run.
Setting a strong foundation has become a metaphor for so many things in life because its literal truth. The last thing you want to do is put a lot of time and money into a new build only to find that the most important aspect of your home isn’t sound. Our 20+ years allows us to assess the soil and land which your property will reside and ensure we are setting strongest, most secure foundation for your new home.
Protect your new build investment in the Kansas City Metro area by having KC Waterproofing and Foundation Repair and Foundations on the job.
“Professional, efficient, and knowledgeable. I hired KC Waterproofing and Foundation Repair to seal a crack in my foundation. Tim came out and gave an easy to understand estimate…”
“We chose KC Waterproofing and Foundation Repair as they offered the best warranty for their work when compared to other companies.”
“Matt came to my house for a quote on encapsulating my crawlspace basement. He was extremely informative and I felt like he had our best interest in mind…”
I am very pleased with KC Waterproofing and Foundation Repair’s continued support in resolving my water issue. They have considerable knowledge for resolving the issue.
Thank you for making a stressful process, so simple. You communicated with me all the way through. Sadie was very informative and stay in touch with me so I knew everything that was going on. You guys make this seem easy.
The Foundation Repair Guide shows you the 15 common foundation problem areas that effect many homeowners. You’ll learn what to look for and the steps you can take to minimize stress on your home’s foundation and the structure it supports.