Tar Heel Basement Systems serving Randolph County, NC

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Very Satisfied. “The Joshs” are very hard workers, very polite and professional. My light bill was around $100 less this … Read Full TestimonialSally H. of Trinity, NC »
Sally H. of Trinity, NC
Saw you in an advertisement in a community newsletter. Trevor was an excellent ambassador for your company – punctual, courteous, … Read Full TestimonialAnn A. of Trinity, NC »
Ann A. of Trinity, NC
I LOVE my basement now. Trevor did a great job.
Beverly H. of Trinity, NC
Reviews From Randolph, NC

Waterproof Your Randolph County Basement Today!

Do you feel like no matter what you do, you still have water in your basement? Save yourself the headache and contact us today. We have patented products designed to keep your basement dry. Our expert technicians have the knowledge to diagnose your problem and offer a variety of solution that best suits your needs.

We Provide:

  • Basement Waterproofing
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation
  • Exclusive, Patented Products
  • Humidity Control
  • Moisture Control
  • Odor Control

Tar Heel Basement Systems Repairs Foundation in Randolph County, NC and nearby.

  • Whether you have:
  • Bowing walls,
  • Settling foundation,
  • Cinderblock stairstep cracks,
  • Separating chimney,
  • or other foundation problems, we can help you and your home.

Repairing your foundation could be essential to the safety of your home. We fix a wide range of problems and have a solution that best fits your home. If you start seeing cracks throughout your home or sagging floors, you may want to have your foundation looked at.

Level Your Concrete with PolyRenewal in Randolph County!

Uneven sidewalks can be a tripping hazard to you and your loved ones. Tar Heel Basement Systems uses PolyRenewal, an advanced concrete lifting foam. Sunken concrete can be caused by settling, compaction or washing out of soils. PolyRenewal is light and does not wash away making it a superior to mudjacking. Contact us today for your free estimate!

Job Stories From Randolph, NC
Asheboro, NC- Wet Crawl Space Now Dry
After heavy rains or inclement weather, the result for this Asheboro, NC crawl space would end in a very nasty and wet area below the home. Tar Heel Basement System was able to transform the crawl space into a dry environment by installing the CrawlDrain Drainage System along the interior perimeter of the crawl space. While the SafeDri sump pump pumps water safely out of the space and away from the home. The CrawlSeal 20mil liner was installed to allow the water management products to be discreet but effective.
First Baptist Church of Liberty, NC Lifted and Stabilized with 8 Push Piers
When Pastor Bryan Herrington noticed that his beautiful church had begun to settle and sag along with the soil, he scoured the News and Record for a reputable company. He gave Tar Heel Basement Systems a call and we responded with a perfect solution. Josh Watson and his crew started the job by digging deep holes into the soil around the perimeter of the troubled side of the church. These holes reached the footer of the structure. The push pier rods were then drilled deep into the soil to reach the strongest layer. They reached over 15" into the soil to give the structure strong support. Once the rods were at the desirable depth the caps were placed on top, connecting the footer of the church to the bedrock of the soil. The historical church was then successfully raised to its original position. Now that the troubled side of the church has been raised and stabilized, the structure is now safe and sound, offering years of solace to those that reach its doors.
Muddy Crawlspace Made Healthy and Dry in Asheboro, NC
Homeowner, Larry, noticed that his crawlspace had accumulated so much water that the red, Carolina clay had become mud. The existing sump pump was just not doing its job and humidity was threatening to damage the infrastructure of the home. He took to the internet and found us with a Google search. When systems design specialist Danny Harrell arrived and took a look at the area, he knew a complete CrawlSeal encapsulation system was needed as well as 23 feet of CrawlDrain drains, a Tar Heel dehumidifier and SafeDri triple sump pump. Foreman Steven LaGray and his crew installed this entire system in just one day. 905 square feet of Delta drainage matting was laid down before the 945 square feet of CrawlSeal vapor barrier was installed. This combination will both improve drainage and protect the CrawlSeal vapor barrier from rips or tears. Each pier was wrapped and vents were completely sealed up. The Tar Heel crawlspace dehumidifier will remove any moisture from the air in the crawlspace atmosphere, leaving it dry and mold-free. The SafeDri triple sump pump will move any water out of the home and is also fitted with FreezeGuard. This feature will ensure the sump pumps correct functioning throughout the year. The homeowner was very happy with the work that was done and is now confident that the condition of his crawlspace will no longer pose a threat to the integrity of his home. It will also now be a more comfortable environment for him and his family.
Pond Retaining Walls Re-Stabilized with Basement Wall Anchors

This homeowner in rural Trinity, North Carolina was enjoying retirement at his beautiful home on a large man-made pond when he noticed that the retaining wall had developed a perilous bow towards the water. He told the call center that the problem had developed over the 5 years since its initial installation. The wall was made of landscaping blocks which are not necessarily meant to hold back that much soil and a concrete driveway. 

Sam Agnew, one of our sytems design specialists, visited the property, surveyed the wall and recommended the use of 10 Basement Wall Anchors to extend from the retaining wall to the other side of the driveway. Josh Watson and his crew finished the project in just two days. They successfually pulled the wall back as much as they could and secured it in place. The anchor rods were drilled underneath the driveway to use the soil in between the plates as a driving force while tightening.

This use of the wall-anchors is unique but will keep the retaining wall sturdy for many years to come. The homeowner will now be able to fish and relax without worrying about his driveway falling into his pond.

Sophia, NC - Wet Basement Now Dry
Tar Heel Basement Systems transformed the saturated basement into a permanently dry space using the BasementGutter drainage system and SafeDri triple sump pump. The homeowner's are now worry free when heavy rain is in the forecast!
Trinity, NC - Crawl Space Sealed Under Historic Home
The crawl space under this older home was in need of a makeover. The Tar Heel team began by removing the deteriorating fiberglass insulation and replacing it with X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation panels. The old, ripped, 6mil vapor barrier was replaced with the CrawlSeal 20mil. antimicrobial system.
Trinity, NC - Floor Stabilized

Tar Heel Basement Systems stabilized the floor system in this historic Trinity, NC home by installing the IntelliJack System in the basement of the home. The galvanized steel beams were installed along both side of the failing pier to stabilize the floor above.

Serving the following Randolph, NC zip codes
27203, 27204, 27205, 27370, 27350, 27317, 27298, 27316, 27248, 27355, 27341, 27230