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    Abate Restoration Logo
    Lake Barrington, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Toxicity and Mold - Testing and Removal, Abate is IICRC and NORMI certified., Abate has an on staff Biologist to help you with any questions. , and 2 more

    "I had the most impressive consult about my basement that I could have imagined. The expertise was impeccable and it allowed me to understand what needed to be done to my basement and what made the most sense. I would absolutely highly recommend this company."

    Jen M. in July 2021

    Everseal Basement, Inc. Logo
    Aurora, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Basement Waterproofing

    "Ernesto was very professional and spent the most time of all his competitors to determine what was required to repair the concerns I had about the water around my property. The crew that performed the work was very hard working and satisfied every request. Their clean up was superb. I highly recommend Everseal to anyone needing basement, crawl, or foundation work."

    Wayne W. in November 2016

    Lake Villa, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Concrete, Excavation

    "Jon and the whole crew was very professional. The work was done efficiently and looks fabulous. The previous black top driveway was a mess. Every thing was removed and hauled away and everything was left nice and neat when the work was completed. I would hire them again for concrete work, AWESOME JOB."

    Brenda L. in July 2016

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    Midwest Waterproofing, LLC Logo
    Crystal Lake, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Waterproofing

    "They did exactly what they said they would do they were on time and finished in a timely manner the service guy that came out was great."

    Jess K. in December 2019

    Mario & Sons Sewer, LLC Logo
    Round Lake Heights, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Sewer, Plumbing Commercial & Residential, Solar Water Heaters

    "They were very professional and informative"

    Stephanie B. in February 2023

    Round Lake, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Sod - Install, Landscape - Install Landscaping for Yard or Garden

    "His team was extremely nice and hardworking!"

    Ryan .. in June 2019

    LA Basement Waterproofing and Foundation Repair Logo
    Round Lake Beach, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Basement Waterproofing, Basement Waterproofing and foundation repair

    "I was absolutely delighted with Luis service. He showed up right on time, worked diligently and cleaned up after himself. Very pleasant, straightforward guy. And don't forget the benefits of the lifetime warranty on crack repairs - he means it, takes his reputations as a workman seriously."

    John P. in May 2021

    Cary, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Plumbing, Water Heater Installs & Repairs

    "Personable easy to explain themselves direct and to the point,honest with providing solutions."

    Tino R. in May 2019

    Buffalo Grove, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: All Plumbing Needs, HVAC

    "Young crew of hard workers put in a 4" sump and downspout drain line.. Worked with me to get it done the way I wanted. Good price for my project."

    Ron B. in July 2020

    Ex-Stink Plumbing & Sewer Logo
    Fox Lake, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Hydro-jetting, Flood control systems, Sump pump and ejector pumps , and 2 more

    "What started out as a simple pump replacement, turned out to be a bigger project. I was kept informed of the situation, the additional costs and the time necessary to complete the project. Never on hold and never waiting for a call back. It's always about communications! Very satisfied with the whole experience."

    Ralph N. in June 2017

    Aqua Doctor Logo
    Ingleside, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Aqua Doctor Specializes in Plumbing, Sewer, Drainage & Basement Waterproofing. Aqua Doctor is Chicagoland's premier choice when it comes to solving flooding problems., Plumbing

    "Great experience in every regard. I have already hired Aqua Doctor far another project and they are doing excellent work on it as well."

    John N. in October 2020

    AJ's Concrete & Waterproofing Logo
    Spring Grove, IL·

    Areas Of Expertise: Concrete Patios, Walks & Steps - Install, Concrete Foundation - Repair, Concrete Driveways & Floors - Install

    "AJ, Adam and their crew are true professionals. They were able to stabilize and level our settling foundation and also reinforce our floor joists. They also recommended and installed a moisture barrier, something other contractors over looked. Their design was comprehensive and permanent and rather cost effective. Canâ t wait to have them back in the spring for our outdoor concrete needs. Thanks AJâ s Concrete & Waterproofing!!"

    Jonathan R. in January 2023

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is a foundation in a house?


A house’s foundation is always located under the house itself. A foundation is the load-bearing portion of a home and is usually built below ground, though different types are built at different locations under a home. For instance, a basement foundation is built at least eight feet deep into the ground under the house to create living space below the ground level of the home. A crawl space foundation is built under a shallow trench beneath your home—typically between two and five feet deep. A slab foundation, also known as a monolithic or monoslab foundation, simply lays flat against the ground under your home. Pier and beam foundations also rest on the ground, but elevate the home using piers, typically about two feet off the ground.

What are the types of foundations for homes?

  • Basement Foundations: Also called a full basement foundation or a daylight basement, a basement foundation is one of the most popular types of foundations. One of the appeals of a basement foundation is that it offers additional living space under the home. A daylight basement typically includes windows to let natural light into the space. This type of foundation allows for homeowners to maximize the footprint of their home by offering a finished living space.
  • Concrete Slab Foundations: Also called a slab, monolithic, or monoslab foundation, this type of foundation is essentially a poured concrete slab that rests on the ground under your home. It’s typically one single piece and is relatively easy and inexpensive to build.
  • Crawlspace Foundations: This type of foundation provides just enough space under a home for a person to crawl around in to access plumbing or wiring, or store equipment such as a furnace.
  • Wood Foundations: These types of foundations are less common, though they were a popular choice in the mid 20th-Century. A wood foundation is typically made of pest and mold-resistant wood, like cedar or redwood. They are easy to install, though they aren’t as long-lasting as concrete foundations. Wood foundations are not ideal for climates that see a lot of rain and snow, as they must be built on very dry soil.
  • Pier and Beam Foundations: These foundations, which are common in coastal areas, use piers and beams to lift a house off the ground. Also known as pier and post or pier and pile foundations, the aim of pier and beam foundations is to support a home that is built on sand or soil that is prone to flooding, erosion, or ground shifts. A structural engineer needs to oversee the building of a pier and beam foundation to ensure its structural integrity.

How much does a foundation repair cost?


The typical cost to repair a foundation is between $2,200 and $7,500, though most homeowners pay around $4,800. The price of a foundation repair depends on the extent of damage. Major repairs that require the use of hydraulic piers can cost $10,000 or more, while minor cracks can run as low as $500. Fixing a leaky foundation by sealing it costs between $2,300 and $7,300.

What is the strongest foundation for a house?


Concrete foundations that are reinforced with steel plinth and beams are considered to be the strongest type of foundation—especially on lots with loose or muddy soil. This type of foundation uses a reinforced concrete beam built between the wall and the foundation. Homes built in areas that are prone to flooding or earthquakes also benefit from a foundation that contains steel plinth and beams.

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