Foundation Solutions

Los Angeles homeowners might have a sunny piece of real estate, but owning a home in LA has its unique set of issues that homeowners need to contend with. Many LA-area homes feature older and wooden structures, while the looming reality of seismic activity is a threat to any building that hasn’t been properly retrofitted. From cracks to slanted walls to signs of water intrusion, foundation problems often make themselves apparent to homeowners. Ignoring foundation damage warning signs can jeopardize the safety of the property for residents and put the property value at risk. That’s why it’s essential to remedy any foundation problems and ensure that your LA property is fully retrofitted before seismic activity strikes. 


At California Foundation Works, our team of experienced contractors is here to offer the leading foundation services, repairs, retrofits, and replacements on the market. From foundation repairs to complete foundation replacements, we offer comprehensive solutions for securing your Los Angeles area property. Our foundation repair solutions include foundation crack repair, slab settlement repair, soft-story reinforcement, sister foundation installation, foundation underpinning retrofit, hillside retrofit, caisson foundation installation, and sidewalk repairs. While our team will walk you through every step of the repair, retrofit, or replacement processes necessary, read on to discover what you need to know about our available foundation services for LA homeowners.

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