Foundation Repair Before & After Photos

Thomasville, NC- Foundation Wall Repair

Small horizontal and vertical cracks formed along this Thomasville, North Carolina basement wall. While the wall had not begun to move or bow inward, the homeowners wanted to prevent that happening by calling Tar Heel Basement Systems. 

The Basement Wall Anchor System stabilized the basement wall immediately, preventing further movement of the blocks. In just one day, the installation team was able to provide the homeowners with peace of mind regarding their home’s foundation. 


Clemmons, NC- Leaning Retaining Wall Stabilized

Three major components were causing this Clemmons, NC retaining wall to lean out. Tree roots, unstable backfill soil and hydrostatic pressure over the years had caused the brick wall to become a worry for the homeowners.

Tar Heel Basement Systems was able to stabilize the retaining wall using the Basement Wall Anchor method. Galvanized steel earth anchors and rods were connected to star anchors along the wall to prevent further movement. The leaning wall was immediately stabilized using Basement Wall Anchors.


High Rock, NC Lake House Made Safe and Sturdy for Renovation

This one story lake house on High Rock Lake, once a fishing cabin, is now being transformed into a vacation home. Unfortunately, the foundation of the home had been originally built incorrectly and had started to sag and slide towards a small creek connecting to the lake. Tar Heel Basement Systems offered him and his wife a price within his budget and a solution to last him years to come. Systems design specialist Sam Agnew, foreman Josh Watson and his crew worked in harmony to install 9 IntelliJacks, 7 helical piers and 1 push pier to bring the home back to a level position and create a strong and safe foundation.


Cracked Foundation Sealed Instantly with Push Piers in Winston Salem

This homeowner’s one story house in suburban Winston-Salem was experiencing some unfortunate foundation settling. It managed to pull the wall away from the window frame and create a large crack in the side of her brick walled home. With installations of both IntelliJacks and Push Piers the crack was almost immediately sealed up as the back right corner of the home was lifted to its original position. Josh Watson and his crew finished this project in two days, left the home looking beautiful and the homeowner ecstatic.


Robbins, NC – Cracked Basement Wall Stabilized

The basement of this Robbins, NC church was experiencing a large horizontal crack along their classroom wall. Having a solution that would stabilize the wall and prevent the crack from growing larger was a requirement of the church.

Tar Heel Basement Systems stabilized the cracked wall using the Carbon Fiber Wall Reinforcing System. The Fiber-Reinforced Polymer, known as Carbon Fiber, is 10 times stronger than steel and specifically designed to stabilize and prevent cracks from becoming larger along basement walls. The church now has a permanently stable basement wall in their classroom.


Total Before & After Sets: 40