When it comes to your commercial structure, you need a sturdy foundation that you can count on. Foundations can cause a number of different issues like cracks, settling, bowing walls, or sticking doors and windows. The experts at AquaGuard have been giving Atlanta concrete and commercial foundation repair services for over 23 years, and no job is to big or too small for us to handle.

Repairing your foundation can restore your property value, improve appearance, improve door & window operation, and improve the structural stability for your building.

Interested in commercial foundation repair? Contact the experts at AquaGuard today. Concrete and foundation repair services are available for our customers in Georgia, including Marietta, Atlanta, Decatur, Alpharetta, & many surrounding areas.

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Commercial Foundation Repair Services

No matter what type of foundation repair your commercial structure needs, our foundation experts at AquaGuard are able to fix it.

Our repair services include:

  • Sinking Foundation
  • Underpinning
  • Sinking Floors
  • Beam & Column Repair/Replace
  • Joist Repair
  • Silplate Repair
  • Rimjoist Repair
  • Failing Walls
  • Steel Channels
  • Tieback Anchors
  • Carbon Fiber Block
  • Retaining Walls
  • Emergency Shoring

All of our products and techniques are designed, manufactured, and distributed by Foundation Supportworks, Inc. (FSI). This network includes more than 150 of the most experienced structural foundation repair contractors in North America. They have an in-house team of geotechnical engineers that have carefully-designed, tested, and patented solutions to fix foundation problems of any kind. At AquaGuard Foundation Solutions, we bring warrantied, innovative foundation repair products straight to your home.

To schedule a free estimate, contact us today at our offices in Atlanta. Concrete and foundation repair for commercial spaces are our specialty. Find out why we have been trusted in Atlanta and across North Georgia for over two decades to permanently stabilize and fix foundations.