Wilkesboro, NC Reliable Foundation Repair & Basement Waterproofing

I just wanted you to know that I am very pleased with the results of the CrawlSeal™ installation you did … Read Full TestimonialKirk G. of North Wilkesboro, NC »
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Testimonials From Wilkesboro, NC
Tar Heel Basements had done work for the owner and he highly recommended it to me. Jason was very pleasant, knowledgeable, … Read Full TestimonialChristy H. of Wilkesboro, NC »
Christy H. of Wilkesboro, NC
I wanted to personally thank you for your help with my mother’s flooded basement! You were awesome! She was so … Read Full TestimonialApril D. of Wilkesboro, NC »
April D. of Wilkesboro, NC
I just wanted you to know that I am very pleased with the results of the CrawlSeal™ installation you did … Read Full TestimonialDr. K. of Wilkesboro, NC »
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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 Wilkesboro, 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 Wilkesboro 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 Wilkesboro

Foundation problems destroy your Wilkesboro 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 Wilkesboro 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 Wilkesboro, NC
North Wilkesboro Basement Made Bright and Dry
The open basement in North Wilkesboro, NC was taking in a lot of intruding water after heavy rains and causing it to fill with the muddy, red clay. Leaving an eyesore to clean up. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the BasementGutter Drainage System around the entire perimeter of the basement and SafeDri triple sump pump that pumps all of the water out of the basement and away from the home. The homeowner now has a permanent dry and bright basement thanks to Tar Heel Basement Systems!
Work Requests From Wilkesboro, NC
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I have a small brick home built 1949-1950. There is a major foundation shift and floors are sloping. It has an unfinished (dirt) basement. I live in Atlanta but can arrange for someone to meet you there for interior inspection. Having the roof replaced soon and would prefer to have foundation problems addressed first. Thanks.
Ashland Lane in Wilkesboro
Radon mostly and would like to seal our crawl space up tighter.
Brushy Mountain Road in Wilkesboro
Excessive Moisture in crawl space
Cedar Lane in Wilkesboro
Every time we get a hard and fast rain water comes in through the crawl space and floods my den. We have replaced the carpet once but it just flooded again last week.
Clearwater Dr in Wilkesboro
One wall Leaks. has for years when heavy rain
Congo Road in Wilkesboro
I have some water coming in basement. I installed a product similar to the DryTrak system and that resolved 90% of the problem but some water still leaks in.
Fairway Lane in Wilkesboro
We have water seeping into the crawl space and the unfinished basement. The foundation walls are 8" concrete block. I know that the ground is improperly sloped toward the home in the back yard. I also fear the perimeter drains for the down spouts have clogged. This of course is complicating the issue.
Foster Mill Road in Wilkesboro
I need an estimate on Foundation repair and water leakage. I live in Wilkesboro. Do you cover this area?
Germantown Raod in Wilkesboro
Need to resolve issue with water in crawl space
Goshen Terrace in Wilkesboro
Doors not closeing right and sheetrock cracks
Greenhill Road in Wilkesboro
I have a large old farm house, musty, dirty underneath. I would like to have an estimate for the "clean space" system. Do you also add and repair insulation?
Jackson Drive in Wilkesboro
Hi, We need help is preventing efflorescence on our basement/foundation walls.
James St in Wilkesboro
I am in need of estimate to seal basement and stop water from coming in basement.
Johnson Street in Wilkesboro
Needing a consultation on my flooding basement as soon as possible before more damage is done
Kyle Street in Wilkesboro
We had a home inspection and we r looking for an estimate.
Leather Hinge Dr. in Wilkesboro
I would like to get an estimate for crawl space encapsulation and replacing the insulation under the house.
Leather Hinge Drive in Wilkesboro
I have a concrete step that has become uneven on the left side
Mayview Ave. in Wilkesboro
Got one area of my basement (safe room under the front porch) that weeps water when we experience heavy rains. We've lived here for 3 years and the problem existed before we moved here but I had it "fixed" (dug the front out and installed a new membrain along with new gutters) when we moved in but it seems to be getting worse again.
N Quail Cir in Wilkesboro
Leaking on interior of corner of finished basement, dampness on wall and edge of carpet
Raven Pinoak St in Wilkesboro
Need to have crawl space fixed
Seneca Place in Wilkesboro
I have a crawl space that I wanted to get an estimate on waterproofing. Thanks
Skyland Dr in Wilkesboro
Moulding and countertops are pulling away from the walls. The basement is mostly crawl space and is very moist and buggy.
Skyland Lake Dr in Wilkesboro
New Construction. Blocks are complete around basement perimeter. Ready for waterproofing and french drain.
Sleepy Avenue West Road in Wilkesboro
Daughter of homeowner looking for estimate on basement waterproofing. Referred by word of mouth. Appointment set.
Woodland Blvd. in Wilkesboro
I have an unfinished basement with a dirt base. So I guess it could be called a grand walk-in crawl space so to speak. The concern is, a previous owner dug out some of this earth to make the area more level. Unfortunately, I think this may have endangered the foundation of the brick/cement block foundation as in some areas it is dug out below the foundation level. I'm interested in two estimates. 1. Two retaining walls to support the dirt under the level of the foundation. One wall would be about 10 feet long with a corner and an average height around 5 feet. The second retaining wall would be much smaller, just a 3-4 feet long and about 2 feet high. 2. I would like an estimate for pouring a concrete floor. One section would be 12 feet x 12 feet. There is room for it to be a foot deep, but I don't know if some of that depth should be filled in with gravel so less concrete is needed. The other section is 12 feet by 7 feet and is the same foot depth. Thanks, Joseph [email protected] or . If you call with no answer, please leave a voicemail.