Lewisville, NC Unique Foundation Repair & Basement Waterproofing

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We are very satisfied with the work done by this company. The salesman, installation crew, and office staff were all … Read Full TestimonialCam G. of Lewisville, NC »
Cam G. of Lewisville, NC
I went with your company because of recommendations. I am very satisfied. The crew was very professional and the office … Read Full TestimonialDon M. of Lewisville, NC »
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I just wanted to write to thank you for the excellent job TarHeel Basement Systems did on our basement repair.  … Read Full TestimonialKen B. of Lewisville, NC »
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Reviews From Lewisville, NC
  • Ken
    LEWISVILLE, NC 27023
    "Thank you for doing an excellent job!"
  • Tom
    Lewisville, NC 27023
    "Josh and his crew were very good at what they were doing. They were a…"
  • Lewisville, NC 27023
    "One of the best companies I have ever had the pleasure of doing business with.…"

We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home.

Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Repair in Lewisville, North Carolina

Water in the basement or crawl space leads to mold, rot, musty odors and structural issues. It also leads to a reoccurring headache for you. Luckily, our trained experts are available to permanently fix the problem.

We will properly install a hidden drainage system in your Lewisville basement and completely encapsulate your crawl space with CrawlSeal vapor barrier. We are here to solve the problem for you.

Why Choose Us?

  • Lifetime Warranty on all Perimeter Waterproofing Systems
  • 25-year Warranty on Crawl Space Encapsulation Systems
  • Sump Pump Installation, Repair & Replacement
  • Basement, Crawl Space & Spray Foam Insulation
  • Crawl Space & Basement Dehumidifiers
  • Hundreds of Satisfied Customers

Structural & Foundation Repair in Lewisville

Foundation problems destroy your Lewisville home’s value and can be dangerous. Our team of structural and geotechnical engineers is here to help. We design and install the right solution and usually have the project finished in less than a week. You will have peace of mind as we provide a 25-year written warranty against defects on our foundation products.

We Fix

  • Bowing Walls
  • Sagging Floors
  • Stair-Step Cracks
  • Tilting Chimneys
  • Foundation Cracks
  • Garage Slabs
We Use

  • Wall Anchors
  • Slab Piers
  • I-Beam Wall Braces
  • Helical Deck Piers
  • Sticking Windows
  • Underpinning

PolyRenewal™ Concrete Leveling & Lifting

The sunken and cracked concrete around your Lewisville home is both an eyesore and a safety hazard. It is also likely to get worse, but we can fix it for you.

Our experts use PolyRenewal, a superior polyurethane foam. Small holes are drilled in the concrete, the foam is injected and the expanding foam lifts the concrete. The majority of contractors you will call use mudjacking instead of foam. Mudjacking is heavier, require larger holes in the concrete and does not last as long as PolyRenewal. Call us today to learn more.

We Fix

  • Cracked Driveways
  • Uneven Patios
  • Sinking Sidewalks

  • Uneven Concrete
  • Sunken Pool Decks
  • Highway & Commercial Issues
Job Stories From Lewisville, NC
Basement and Crawl Space Waterproofing in Lewisville, NC
This home in Lewisville, NC had a finished basement and a vented dirt crawl space. The homeowner had constant dampness on her basement walls, high humidity and moisture in her crawl space. In an effort to prevent the moisture from getting into the basement, she used DryLok waterproofing paint on the interior basement wall. After a short time, the Drylock paint started to chip away and peel off, leaving a black, mold-like residue on the wall. This was caused by moisture making its way through the porous basement wall. The homeowner decided that it was better to address the water intrusion in her basement rather than continue to cover it up like a bandaid with Drylock paint. She called Tar Heel Basement Systems to install BasementGutter, an interior perimeter drainage system, that will allow the moisture from the wall a route to exit the basement. The installation crew also installed CrawlDrain, an interior crawl space drainage system, that will pull any groundwater from the crawl space and lead it to the SafeDri super sump pump. Both drainage systems carried the water to the sump pump that was located in the crawl space and pumped out of the home. Now that this basement and crawl space have been waterproofed by Tar Heel Basement Systems, this homeowner will never need to paint Drylok on the walls again!
Helical Piers Restore Stability to a Settling Foundation in Lewisville, NC

Structural damage can be one of the scariest occurrences a homeowner may ever have to deal with.  With the uncertainty of how safe the structure is, precautions should be taken as soon as possible.  When Lewisville homeowner Tom W. found early signs of a settling foundation, he called Tar Heel Basement Systems after coming across their website and reading positive reviews from other North Carolina homeowners.

Structural repair specialist Kent Dunn was sent out to Tom’s Lewisville home to inspect the damage.  After surveying the outside perimeter of the home, Kent concluded that Tim’s home showed signs of foundation settling and that precautionary methods should be taken immediately to prevent further damage.  Kent recommended the installation of helical piers, which are steel piers that are installed into the settled foundation with the purpose of transferring the load of the structure from an unstable soil to a more durable and stable soil located deeper in the ground.  The piers ultimately giving more stability to the structure and eventually return it back to normal.

Kent Dunn called in primary foreman Josh Watson and his crew to complete the installation process.  With the helical piers installed, Tom’s house structural stability is no longer a concern of his.  The professionals at Tar Heel Basement Systems aim to please and no job is too big or too small, so call today for a free estimate.

Lewisville Lake Home has Crawlspace Sealed and Dehumidified
Currin's gorgeous home nestled on a small lake in Lewisville had been experiencing a good amount of humidity and leaking in the large crawlspace underneath the home. Its proximity to a body of water makes it an even more likely target for moisture infiltration. The homeowner called Tar Heel Basement systems for a solution and systems design specialist Garrett Atkinson had just the thing. A CrawlSeal encapsulation system was recommended, complete with Delta drainage matting, a Tar Heel dehumidifier, SafeDri sump pump and X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation. A new door was installed. 2,387 square feet of Delta drainage matting and 20 mil CrawlSeal liner was used to cover each and every inch of the crawlspace. The piers were also wrapped to ensure complete moisture control. The X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation covered the walls of the entire crawlspace, sealing up any vents that might let moist air in. With this thorough solution to a serious problem, Currin's home is now moisture free. The rest of the home will feel the difference with lower energy costs and a more comfortable environment. The already beautiful home is now much healthier and will stay that way for many years to come.
Lewisville, NC Homeowner No Longer Has to Worry About High Radon Levels

Radon caused over 21,000 lung cancer related deaths last year.  This is more than drunk driving and home fires combined.  With that said, radon is nothing to take lightly and should be dealt with immediately if high levels are found to be present.  When Lewisville homeowner Donna H. suspected her home of having elevated radon levels, she immediately contacted the specialists at Tar Heel Basement Systems after being referred to them by her realtor.

Donna was met by radon prevention specialist Scott Hopkins to evaluate her home.  After performing a radon test, Scott concluded that Donna’s home contained radon levels above the amount that’s deemed safe.  Scott recommended the installation of a radon fan, specifically the HP190 which is a top of the line radon fan, along with this PVC piping was recommended as well to direct the radon safely out of the home.

Radon is a highly radioactive substance found due to the natural decay of uranium in all of earth’s soil types.  Radon is found everywhere, but measures should be taken to keep radon levels low.  Donna H. found that her home had elevated levels of radon but thanks to the Scott and foreman Josh Watson and the crew from Tar Heel Basement Systems, her home has the precautions to keep her safe for years to come!

Lewisville, NC- Front Patio Raised with PolyRenewal
This beautiful Lewisville, NC home had a 10ft by 10ft. patio that had sloped and settled roughly (3) three inches in front of the entrance door creating a large concern for the homeowner's. The Poly Team was able to completely restore this homeowner's front patio area by injecting a light weight polyurethane foam under the slab called PolyRenewal. This homeowner is fanatic about how their slab looks like new thanks to Tar Heel Basement Systems!
Lewisville, NC- Leaning Carport Wall Stabilized

The exterior carport wall at this Lewisville, NC home had begun leaning out over time. The eight-foot wall was now becoming a safety hazard as the framing of the carport and foundation were being compromised.

Tar Heel Basement Systems installed (4) four Basement Wall Anchors to stabilize and over time straighten the leaning wall. Basement Wall Anchors stars were placed over the anchors to provide a more decorative appearance.

BasementGutter Drainage Systems Protects Lewisville, NC Basement from Future Flooding
After a torrential rainstorm flooded her basement, Lewisville homeowner Jan C. knew that something needed to be done to fix the flooding problem before the next storm.  After receiving a referral from a friend, Jan decided to contact Tar Heel Basement Systems to have her wet basement inspected. Tar Heel sent out waterproofing specialist Kent Dunn to evaluate Jan’s home.  After careful observation of all corners of her basement, Kent determined that the best course of action would be to install a BasementGutter drainage system along the perimeter of her basement.  In conjunction with this, a SafeDri super sump pump was also installed.  This would be essential for future waterproofing protection.  Kent Dunn called in primary foreman Orville Schoenfield and his crew to install the basement waterproofing products. After a quick one day installation process, Jan’s basement was ready to take on any future rainstorm.  When a leakage came a few months later, Tar Heel came out to the home immediately and solved the problem to make sure it never happened again!
Work Requests From Lewisville, NC
in Lewisville
Water leaking in on the bottom of the basement walls. I thought I had the problem solved,but heavy rain proved me wrong.
Barksdale Rd in Lewisville
We have a couple of places where our sidewalk has really raised and created a tripping hazard.
Barksdale Road in Lewisville
We have a finished basement where we battle mold growing on the walls and ceiling. The problem seems to be coming from a corner closet in the guest bedroom that is mostly underground.We have admittedly put this off the whole 4 years we have lived there and kept it under control with a dehumidifier but it's gotten out of hand and...we have company coming next weekend and last night noticed that the ceiling and wall spots are indeed worse than ever. Not sure what your time frame is but we'd like to have it looked at and addressed ASAP. Thank you!
Belnette Drive in Lewisville
Need a quote on my basement. assess the walls and re-waterproof.
Bouzeke Rd in Lewisville
Cracks in foundation walls,larger than a 1/16 couple at 1/8 in and one in the middle of block not at mortor joint
Canterwood Dr in Lewisville
Corner of basement cinderblock wall wet with mold/mildew. Under outlet pipe for house.
Chockecherry Lane in Lewisville
Outside retaining wall has developed a crack whick has worsened over last 4 months
Chockecherry Ln in Lewisville
Cold floors above crawl space.
Conrad Road in Lewisville
8 year old home with a leaking finished basement. Would like an estimate on fixing it please. Thank you
Crenata Dr in Lewisville
Interested in a free estimate to reinsulate floor overhead in crawspace as existing fiberglass insulation is falling down at reasonabl price without spending to much as just trying to get house ready for sale!
Double Creek Road in Lewisville
I would like someone from your company to come down and give me an estimate on installing a radon mitigation system.
Eden Rock Road in Lewisville
Would like a free estimate of crawl place, foundation repair.
Fairhaven Ct in Lewisville
Water seepage in basement when it rains
Fairhaven Road in Lewisville
Our crawl space gets very wet and seems to just collect water all around the foundation. We want to see what options we may have to correct our problem.
Fawndale Dr in Lewisville
This past Monday, with the heavy rains we experienced, water leaked thru our foundation, into a couple of rooms in our finished basement. Damage occured that insur. will not cover. We have an idea of where point of entry was, however, need to know how to fix problem so this doesn't occur again should we get a similiar heavy downpour of rain! Thanks
Forest Haven Lane in Lewisville
Wet crawlspace with mold, musty smell in house
Fox Glen Trl in Lewisville
We have water seeping in from one corner of the basement
Fox Ridge Circle in Lewisville
Drainage leaking into finished basement when it rains.
Grinnell Street in Lewisville
I have a very damp crawl space
Lakeway Drive in Lewisville
Crawl space musty wet - we think it is causing floors to warp in the house
Lasley Forest Road in Lewisville
Crawl space currently has pump that is activated when rains. House is 10 years old and want to insure moisture is at appropriate level. Just want an evaluation.
Mill Chase in Lewisville
We have some floors that are sagging, some doors sticking, and a couple cracks in the foundation. Our house in on a slope with a sump pump, but would like to make sure that everything is okay with the foundation. If this sounds like something your company can help with, I would like to get someone to come take a look and provide a quote for lifting the floors back into place and any thing else that might be needed.
Pineola Lane in Lewisville
We have some moisture on our walls and from the ground floor in our basement.
Pipers Spring Lane in Lewisville
I would like to get an estimate for having a crawl space cleaned out and dried out. There is a moat around my home from all the rain. I was hoping we could work to get this problem solved.
Ridge Gate Drive in Lewisville
Wet carpet several times this year. now damp again. mold growing on baseboards. garage cinderblock walls look crystally.
River Grove Court in Lewisville
Moisture seeping through basement walls during heavy rains. There are two walls that are affected more that the rest of the basement.
Riverwood Drive in Lewisville
Recent flooding in basement. Uncovered seepage around the entire perimeter of the house. Trying to locate reputable contractors to address the issue quickly and at a reasonable price. Thank you!
S Marblehead Road in Lewisville
Requesting an estimate for a crack in the foundation with sticking door frames. Appointment set.
Scott Rd in Lewisville
The retaining wall that attaches to the corner of my basement garage wall has cracked and is starting to lean at the top. It has cracked the brick on the basement. There is also a horizontal crack in the basement garage on that wall.
Scott Road in Lewisville
Crawl space issues
Sedgewick Ridge Rd in Lewisville
Water coming in from bottom of garage door when rains hard. Mold concerns
Sequoia Dr in Lewisville
Primarily concerned about possible foundation damage. Brick stairs separating at front of house. Cracks in drywall. Only basement issue is effervescence. That we are aware of.
Shadowridge Drive in Lewisville
I have a basement garage and there is some moisture at the bottom of the wall. I was hoping to get a free estimate on how to fix the issue.
Shady Brook Lane in Lewisville
Home is facing hill and water penetrates basement walls.
Shallowford in Lewisville
Corner of basement wet as well a various places stare well seeping in no actual puddling I know I need some grading around outside window well
Shamrock Glen Lane in Lewisville
I have a fair amount of efflorescence on my cinder block in the basement and during a heavy rain a small amount of water seeps into the garage
Slater Road in Lewisville
4-1/2 year old home. Mushrooms growing in crawlspace. Would like a quote on crawlspace insulation, waterproofing, etc. thanks.
Sparrow Hawk Ct in Lewisville
I have standing water in my crawl space. Not sure where the water is coming from. House is fairly new. Need to find out what your recommendations are to remedy
Twin Oaks Lake Drive in Lewisville
Crawl space in home is damp, seeps water during rain due to drainage.
Westeba Rd. in Lewisville
I have a section in my crawl space where the blocks are wet when we have a lot of rain. I would like to know how big a problem this is and how you could fix it.
Westeba Road in Lewisville
I have a concrete pad that my pool filter sits on and the weight of the filter has caused it to sink in the back where it is not level anymore.I would like the pad leveled. Can you do this?
Wyntfield Drive in Lewisville
I have a moisture and humidity issue in my basement. I already have some mold issues and would like to get something done about it. I would also like my crawl space opening enlarged.