Keep your property from sinking beneath a settling foundation with the help of URETEK Missouri’s foundation repair services.
Let us help you take control of your industrial, residential, or commercial foundation problems with our innovative foundation lifting and leveling solutions.
Our homes and businesses are big investments- financially and emotionally. When shifting soils and water issues put these structures in jeopardy, it’s important to asses the damage and make repairs quickly.
If foundation problems are left unattended, these issues quickly impact the value and safety of your property. Reduce structural or cosmetic damage by carefully restoring concrete foundations with our foundation repair solutions.
Our foundation repair experts are equipped to resolve foundation settlement problems of all levels quickly and effectively.
In order to provide our customers with the best service and solutions, URETEK Missouri offers a number of specialized foundation repair services to meet the needs of each and every client.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
“Superior products and great service to go along with that.”Mr. Fate
“They leveled my patio I expected to have to replace. A+ Company!”Mr. Howard
“These guys are experts in their field. Fantastic products & service!”Mr. Davidson
Do you have interior foundation settlement issues at your home, business, or commercial property but are concerned about damaging the finished flooring?
No need to worry! Our zero-excavation foundation repair process utilizes small injection holes, preserving your finished flooring. After injection, holes are sealed and tile, carpet, or wood is properly restored.
Foundation failure is a common issue we face here in the Midwest due to the expansive clay soils present throughout the area. Soils rich in clay are known to expand and shrink periodically over time based on their moisture content. Construction of concrete foundation slabs and basements in unstable and often poorly compacted soil, is a top cause of our foundation problems here.
Know the early warning signs of foundation issues. The sooner potential problems are identified, the better!