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Foundation Repair

Preparing for Dry Season

Preparing for Dry Season

Western Colorado often experiences dry summers. When air becomes too dry, soil can suffer and cause damage to your foundation. 

How to Fix a Concrete Floor in Colorado 

How to Fix a Concrete Floor in Colorado 

Despite being one of the most durable building materials in the world, concrete can experience issues if the soil below it is weak. For instance, if the soil below your concrete floor becomes too wet, the concrete slabs will begin to sink unevenly and break over time.   However, a few simple solutions exist to repair […]

Trees & Tree Roots

Trees & Tree Roots

Learn how tree roots can negatively affect your Grand Junction, Colorado, foundation.

Hydrostatic Pressure

Hydrostatic Pressure

Hydrostatic pressure is a destructive force that all homes must be capable of withstanding. Making sure your foundation is stable and waterproofed will be able to prevent it from causing any damage to your home.

Foundation Soils

Foundation Soils

Your foundation relies on the compact supporting soils underneath to keep your home upright and stable. Learn more about what can cause these soils to erode and settle.

Foundation Heave

Foundation Heave

Foundation heave can present serious problems for homeowners, their safety, and their property.

Foundation Repair of Western Colorado Service Map

Proudly serving the Colorado Western Slope, Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs, Montrose & nearby

Grand Junction

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