At Tré-Gen Concrete Corp., Johnson City, New York, we understand that the foundation is the most critical part of any building. Foundation damage can lead to a host of costly expenses (insect problems, structural damage, poor air quality, etc.) if not repaired promptly and accurately. Severe foundation issues can significantly reduce the value of your home by up to 25 percent.
That’s why it pays to hire the foundation repair specialists at Tré-Gen Concrete Corp. We’ll assess your foundation and recommend a solution that takes care of your specific issue, whether we need to perform basement foundation crack repairs or address structural repair concerns.
Do you suspect that your home or business has a foundation problem? Here are some warning signs:
- Cracks in concrete, block or brick
- Broken mortar
- Loose mortar
- Leaning piers
- Sunken slab
- Sloping floors
- Crawlspace mold, water or moisture
- Difficulty with opening and closing doors and windows
There are many causes of foundation problems, including shrink-well soils throughout Broome and Tioga counties in NY and Susquehanna county in PA-- including Johnson City, Binghamton, Vestal, Endicott and surrounding locations -- that leads to shifting footers, cracks and, ultimately, an uneven foundation. Call today and one of our experts will come out to evaluate your foundation and let you know if repairs are needed. Then our team will make necessary repairs to stabilize your home and prevent further damage.
We proudly serve the concrete, blacktop, drainage, foundation, water and sewer line needs of Broome, Tioga and Northern Susquehanna Counties, including customers in these communities: Apalachin, Barton, Berkshire, Binghamton, Candor, Castle Creek, Chenango Bridge, Chenango Forks, Conklin, Corbettsville, Deposit, Endicott, Endwell, Friendsville, Glen Aubrey, Harpursville, Johnson City, Killawog, Kirkwood, Lisle, Lockwood, Maine, Newark Valley, Nichols, Nineveh, Ouaquaga, Owego, Port Crane, Richford, Smithboro, Spencer, Tioga Center, Tunnel, Vestal, Waverly, Whitney Point, Willeysville, Windsor, Great Bend, Hallstead, Little Meadows, Montrose, New Milford, and Susquehanna.