Repairing foundation problems, waterproofing, and coating the Tri-State Area since 2002
Foundation Restoration LLC, was formed in 2002 to be a reliable concrete crack repair company designed to meet the growing demand of residential and commercial builders alike.
We continue to use only the highest quality, highest rated materials on the market. Analyzing every situation with attention to detail is why we can put our Lifetime Warranty on most of our services.
Our commitment to superior customer service shows in our ever growing list of satisfied clients, from Builders and Warranty Managers, to Contractors, Realtors and Homeowners. We make appointments, we keep the appointments, and its done right the first time guaranteed.
Whatever your issue, we're standing by ready to help.
3425 B Bethlehem Pike
Souderton, PA 18964
Our Areas of Expertise
The unfortunate nature of concrete walls is that they will settle and crack, sometimes allowing water to enter your basement. Occasionally this cracking can cause a structural issue. We have systems in place to repair any defect present in your poured concrete foundation.
The manufacturing process of the block leaves two internal chambers that can fill up with water, allowing moisture to be present on your interior walls. This moisture problem is indicated by the presence of efflorescence, a white powdery substance, usually on the lower walls.
Often a block foundation will crack, either a long horizontal crack, a step crack, or a vertical crack through the block. Carbon fiber is the best and strongest material available to repair these issues. This system is cost effective, stronger, and less invasive than steel.
A common leakage problem in basements is where the sewer or water supply pipe enters the home from the exterior. This penetration can allow rainwater to enter your basement and occasionally allow an excessive amount of water into your home.
Whether you require a floor for your warehouse, shop, garage, balcony, or basement, we have the appropriate epoxy and/or polyurethane coating to suit your needs. They are designed to stand up to foot traffic up to industrial forklifts.
In both residential and commercial elevator pits, it is generally the lowest area in the foundation, therefore the most susceptible to hydrostatic pressure. Untreated elevator pits can fill and hold hundreds of gallons of water, and quickly corroding the metal elevator components.
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