Combining many of the best examples of antebellum architecture in Middle Tennessee with some of the fastest development in the Nashville area, Franklin is a community where residents take incredible pride in their homes. Sometimes keeping these cherished residences intact can require foundation repair, waterproofing, or concrete leveling.

Foundations Built on Farmland

Foundation repair and waterproofing aren’t just for older homes. New homes, particularly those in subdivisions that were erected on old farmland (such as many of those in Williamson County), can end up needing repairs just a few years after the first residents move in. This can be due to a number of factors, including the changing moisture content of the ground, earth loosened by decades of tilling, and the quality of construction.

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Our Work in Franklin

With so much history, each neighborhood in Franklin — including Berry’s Chapel, Bethlehem, Epworth, Ewingville, Forest Home, Mudsink, Old Natchez Trace, and West Harpeth — presents its own set of foundation repair and waterproofing challenges. Older homes with cellars and crawl spaces may require encapsulation and buttressing to support sagging floors while newer homes built on old farmlands may need foundation piers to get them back on firm footing.

Think your home might be due for a checkup? Contact us today for a free evaluation.

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