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Foundation & Basement Repair in Delta, CO

Grand Junction Local Office

Foundation Repair of Western Colorado

2575 U.S. 6 & 50, Unit A
Grand Junction, CO 81501

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 5 am – 9 pm
Saturday: 6 am – 9 pm
Sunday: 8 am – 9 pm

Award-Winning Solutions in Delta

Are you a homeowner in Delta, CO, who’s been experiencing foundation problems such as cracks, uneven floors, or sticking doors and windows? Look no further than Foundation Repair of Western Colorado. Our team of experts provides foundation repair, crawl space encapsulation, and concrete lifting and leveling services throughout the Colorado area. We understand that each home is unique, which is why we work with you to develop a customized solution to address your specific needs.

Contact us today to schedule a free inspection and estimate. Our team of structural and geotechnical engineers will design and install the right solution for your Delta home, providing you with transferable and lifetime warranty-backed solutions. Let us help you restore the structural integrity of your home and provide you with peace of mind.

The Foundation Repair of Western Colorado Process

Schedule Free Inspection

One of our contact center representatives will reach out to you to determine your problem and set the best time for one of our certified field inspectors to visit your home.

Consult with Our Certified Inspector

Our certified field inspector will visit your home to observe the problems in your home and inspect other areas of your home that may have been impacted.

Installation of Customized Solutions

Our professional production crew installs patented, American-made solutions in each home with care and strives to leave the area better than we found it.

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Why Homeowners Choose Foundation Repair of Western Colorado

Since 2005, Foundation Repair of Western Colorado – a Groundworks Company – has specialized in helping homeowners have peace of mind knowing their homes are stable and dry. FRWC is proud to have an established reputation for high-quality work and personalized service.


Some homeowners might be concerned about their trees potentially creating foundational damage. You may decide that it might be best for you to just get rid of the tree altogether. Fortunately, you may not have to resort to such drastic measures just to protect your foundation. 

Crawl space doors help give maintenance workers access to utilities in your crawl space. Problems arise when a door is missing or damaged. This invites outdoor air, water, and pests inside and causes unhealthy and unsafe conditions. Ensure your crawl space is properly encapsulated and sealed with a professionally installed airtight door.

It is impossible to prevent concrete deterioration. All concrete experiences some sort of damage over time, especially in areas where it is frequently exposed to water, like a foundation, driveway, or pool deck. As a matter of fact, even when it’s only a few days old, concrete still develops micro-tears because of the material it’s made from. 

Given the fact that soil shrinkage and displacement is also inevitable, you shouldn’t be surprised if your concrete slab settles and breaks. Is there any way to avoid this?  

  • Soil 

When soil shrinks and compacts, the particles become displaced and loosen up. As the soil disperses, it’s no longer able to support the slab. When the slab is put under pressure, more than it can withstand, it breaks apart and settles against the displaced soil. 

Soil displacement is inevitable, but there are things you can do to discourage it. Grand Junction’s soil is incredibly dry, but it’s coarse and sandy. This means that soil expansion and shrinkage is not common, but displacement due to erosion is likely. Having proper yard drainage and making sure your soil stays as dry as possible can help deter this natural process.  

  • Concrete 

Making sure your concrete is structurally sound is the best way to avoid cracks and breakage. If there is soil erosion, you can prevent your slab from breaking by limiting exposure to weakening substances. Protect your concrete from water, snow, and salts to make sure it doesn’t slowly deteriorate. 

Driveways, patios, and pool decks should be covered to limit climate exposure. You should also avoid placing heavy objects on the concrete, and if you must, make sure the weight is distributed as evenly as possible. This means that cars should be parked in the middle of the driveway and no heavy furniture should be placed on one side of the patio. 

Foundation Repair of Western Colorado Service Map

Our Locations

Grand Junction

2575 U.S. 6 & 50, Unit A
Grand Junction, CO 81501