Foundation Repair in Fayetteville, NC

Commercial and residential building foundations may be the most critical component of structural integrity. When foundation problems start cropping up, like cracks in the walls or doors that stick, Carolina Foundation Solutions stands by to assess and repair your foundation.

The Carolina Foundation Solutions team has a combined experience of more than 100 years, allowing us to achieve excellence beyond typical industry standards consistently. We make the process easy and efficient if you need a brand-new foundation that will last for years or need repairs to existing walls and slabs.

Call Carolina Foundation Solutions at 1-877-770-7050 or contact us online to schedule a free foundation repair consultation.

Residential Foundation Repair in Fayetteville

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Leaving a foundation problem unchecked in your Fayetteville, NC, home is a surefire way to destroy its value over time. The unpredictable weather in Fayetteville can lead to foundation settlement faster than you may realize. Not sure if what you’re experiencing signs you need foundation repair? Look for the following indicators of damage:

  • Bowing in basement walls
  • Sloping floors
  • Separation of deck or patio from the home
  • Separation of doors and windows from walls
  • Gapping between crown molding and ceiling
  • Cracks in concrete slabs, plaster, mortar joints, drywall, or bricks

If you notice any of these affecting your home, give Carolina Foundation Solutions a call at 1-877-770-7050 or reach out online for an estimate on what it will take to get your foundation in safe and stable shape.

Whether it’s a foundation repair, a leaning chimney repairretaining wall reinforcement, or something else, CFS is here to help.

The Types of Foundation Cracks & What They Mean

Different foundation problems will create various signs for you to watch for. The following are the most common cracks and the underlying causes you should have a professional inspect.

  • Horizontal Foundation Cracks: Horizontal cracks start as hairline cracks and grow as wide as a full inch or more as the problem worsens. These cracks stem from external factors, including temperature, moisture, or improper weight distribution within the structure.
  • Internal or External Wall Cracks: Cracks on interior or exterior walls result from changes in hydrostatic pressure. Water can infiltrate the structure and cause cracks in sheetrock, drywall, plaster, or bricks if you have a porous foundation.
  • Door/Window Frame Cracks: Cracks around windows or doors occur as the foundation settles unevenly. However, they can also be caused by changing humidity levels, so these should be properly inspected by a qualified professional to determine the precise cause.
  • Floor Cracks: Cracks in floors result from poor drainage. As the ground soaks up the water, this can cause the foundation to shift or push upward. 

Commercial Foundation Repair in Fayetteville

Foundation issues in a commercial or industrial building can quickly spell losses on your careful investments. Commercial foundation repair isn’t the same as residential repair, so you need a partner you can trust. Carolina Foundation Solutions stays current with the most advanced solutions, and our team members are all certified above basic standards. Nearly every commercial foundation problem is surmountable with the right experts. Carolina Foundation Solutions is proud to serve Fayetteville, NC, businesses with offerings like underpinning systemsconcrete slab repair, and more.

Why Trust Carolina Foundation Solutions?

You benefit from exceptional customer service, skill, and integrity when working with Carolina Foundation Solutions. We strive to deliver reliable, long-lived results to all Fayetteville customers through our professionalism and experience. 

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Foundation Repair FAQ

Does crack angle indicate problem severity?

It can. For example, if you have a wall crack at a 45-degree angle, it can indicate significant movement within the foundation. This type of crack can cause the sheetrock to separate from the entire wall.

Are horizontal cracks worse than vertical cracks?

Horizontal cracks indicate considerable pressure on the structure, which leads to settling. That's why we strongly recommend promptly investigating any horizontal cracks you discover.

Can't I fill in the crack?

Filling the crack is nothing more than a cosmetic repair. If the underlying foundation issue isn't adequately repaired with helical piers, carbon fiber wall reinforcements, or foam or epoxy injections, the problem will return and usually worsen.

My new home already has cracks around the windows and doors. Does this mean I have foundation problems?

Hairline cracks around windows/doors are common in newly built homes. These cracks form as the wood shrinks. However, we still advise scheduling an inspection to confirm that shrinking wood and not an improperly poured foundation is the cause.  

What Our Customers Are Saying

Very professional and knowledgeable. Work on our foundation was completed in a timely manner and as painlessly as possible. Also, the transferable life of structure warranty provided with the repairs was very helpful when it came time for us to sell our home. I would absolutely do business with them again and I recommend them to any of my friends who find themselves in need of foundation repairs.
- Holly P.
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