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Don't wait until it's too late!

Are you experiencing cracked floors or leaning walls in your home? do you have water leakage through cracks in your basement? if so, contact Missouri Foundation Repair & Waterproofing today!

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Missouri's Structural Repair Experts!

We are Central Missouri's Most Trusted Company for Foundation Repair, Waterproofing & Crawl Space Concerns.

Foundation Cracks Repair

Foundation Repairs

Is your homes foundation sinking or moving?

We offer proven solutions for foundation settlement diagnostic and repair products. Our solutions are cost effective and time efficient.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation

Crawl Spaces

Have Water or Musty Smell in the Crawl Space?

An open dirt crawl space under a home promotes a damp environment that is very unhealthy. Rot and decay occur in damp environments causing structural damage.

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Wet Basement

Basement Water Seepage and Wall Cracks

Do you have "water in the basement"?

We have waterproofing solutions for concrete foundation cracks, basement floors, leaks in stone or block foundation walls, or any other type of leaking basement problem you may have!

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We Fix it Right, GUARANTEED

Our Customer Pledge

We strive to ensure 100% customer satisfaction. All of our staff is trained to provide our customers with information necessary to help them make good choices for any basement waterproofing or foundation repair. From the owner to every employee our whole team is dedicated to ensuring all our customers get great service and support.

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Feedback and Customer Comments

Foundation was cracked and had sunk down. Work was more complicated than anticipated and they still saw it through to completion.

Ron W - Columbia, MO 65201
Great! Sales and support staff were friendly and helpful. Work team was very professional, kept me in the loop, did a fantastic job, took good care of my home.
Barbara S - Holts Summit, MO 65043
They all did excellent work. They kept my property clean and tidy through the whole process. They were very polite, respectful of my property, and patient when they explained things to me.
Annie C - Lake Ozark, MO 65049


Frequently Asked Questions

See what our technicians get asked the most:

Why are my walls bowed?

Most commonly, it is hydrostatic pressure from the soil outside of the home. Soil movement due to poor grade issues and improper drainage systems can also be the cause. Bowed wall repair>>

What is that white stuff on my basement walls?

It is efflorescence, which is simply salt, that occurs from repeated moisture presence on concrete or masonry block walls. Don’t worry, it is not harmful and can be removed with basic cleaning techniques. Damp/moldy crawl space repair>>

Why are there cracks in my walls or floor?

There are many reasons for cracks. Cracks can be caused by shrinking, settling, bowing from exterior pressure, or severe water infiltration. Some cracking may be insignificant but it would be best to get it checked out by a qualified professional, such as those at Missouri Foundation Repair & Waterproofing, to ensure no real damage has been done to your home. Basement/foundation crack repair>>

Why isn't my sump running?

It could be an inadequate tile system or a tile system that is not functioning. It would be best to get the problem looked at and repaired before any other water issues arise. Sump pumps>>

What am I just now seeing cracks in my foundation?

Cracks in the foundation are typically due to bowing or settling, usually due to high or low moisture soil saturation. Cracks can occur at any home’s age and should be addressed to prevent further damage to the home. Basement/foundation crack repair>>

Why is my basement getting wet now?

If it’s been dry, the soil around the home can shrink. Once there is a measurable rain, water fills cracks in the soil around the foundation and can let water in. Leaky/wet basement repair>>

Why are my doors and windows stiff and hard to open?

Again, most times it is a change in the soil moisture resulting in foundation movement. This should be inspected. Foundation Repair>>

Customer Satisfaction

See what our customers think about us.

How would you rank your service? 98%
How helpful was our office/sales staff? 95%
Was the cleanup satisfactory? 99%
Was the job completed on time? 96%

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