Arrow Foundation Repair
Arrow Foundation Repair has successfully completed foundation repair in Kansas City for over 20 years. We offer value to our customers and our prices are always fair and reasonable. We have an A+ BBB rating. You can rest assured that your foundation repairs will completed in the most professional manner and at a price that will give you the best possible value.
We serve both commercial and residential customers. While our base of operation in in Kansas City, we serve the entire Midwest. We have long term relationships with property management companies as well as real estate developers. We can handle all of your foundation needs, from basement crack repair and surface drainage to foundation repair and mudjacking. At Arrow Foundation Repair, we provide engineered results….guaranteed.
We provide free estimates to Kansas City home owners. If you have a leaky or damp basement and suspect a foundation problem or drainage issues, call Arrow Foundation repair today. We will assess your home and provide you with options for your Kansas City basement waterproofing or foundation repair needs.
Latest Blog Post
Basement Waterproofing for Kansas City Homes - Popular Myths Debunked!
May 2nd, 2014
At Arrow Foundation Repair, our Kansas City basement waterproofing professionals know there are lots of “myths” floating around out there regarding waterproofing a basement. .....
Kansas City Leaky Basements
Jan 28th, 2014
Searching for info about Kansas City leak basements? There's no doubt a leaky basement is a real pain; you may find that every time we have a substantial rain, you dread what's ahead - cleanup. If it rains heavily for several days, you may find your basement floods. While it is a huge inconvenience, having a leaky basement could indicate other problems, or even be hazardous for your family's health. .....
Addressing Potential Foundation Issues in Your KC Home
Jan 8th, 2014
Most Kansas City homeowners are aware that weather patterns have changed significantly over the past several years. Summers are getting hotter and drier, while winter months are getting colder. Going for weeks at a time without any rain, then getting substantial rain for several days - all of this can really do a number on your home's foundation. .....