If you’re a home repair professional, you probably often see signs of foundation failure: cracked brick, cracks in interior and exterior walls, walls separating from floors, sticking doors or windows, cracked tile or concrete floors, sloping floors, leaning chimneys, wood molding separating or misaligned, or houses separated from their foundation. If you’re a new home-builder, you’ve no doubt faced the problem of engineered foundations—having to lay a foundation in unstable soils.

Our question to you is, What do you do to fix or prevent foundation problems?

  1. Stop making referrals. If you answer that you make referrals to foundation repair specialists, the time has come to call Atlantic Foundation & Repair. Let us help you acquire the skills and equipment that will enable you to expand your business to include foundation repair and stabilization.
  2. Acquire The Stabilizor® for your business. Our experience in foundation repair led us to develop and manufacture The Stabilizor®, our own patented and powerful foundation support and stabilization system that outperforms others on the market. And, we are making it available to home-builders and repair specialists who want to be able solve foundation problems themselves rather than watch revenue go elsewhere or pay an outside service to solve the problem. There are no expensive franchise fees; all it takes is a small investment in time and equipment to put you on the path to more profitability.
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