Foundation Repair in Bristol

Foundation repair is a very important investment to protect the structure and the value of your home. Our experts at American Foundation & Waterproofing of Bristol have helped many homeowners repair their foundation and permanently stabilize their home with quality repair solutions. We are proud to be partnered with one of the leading foundation repair manufacturers in the world, known as Supportworks. They offer some of the best products on the market that are specially designed to permanently stop foundation settlement. They have built a solid reputation in the industry which is why we are proud to offer our customers their products.

Find out why we’ve become one of the most respected companies throughout eastern Tennessee, north Georgia, and western North Carolina. Contact us today to schedule your free inspection!

Why Invest in Foundation Repair

Foundation repair is an important investment to protect the value and structural integrity of your home. Even the earliest signs of foundation repair need to be addressed to prevent the problem from getting worse and more expensive to fix. Our foundation repair products are designed to permanently restore your foundation and improve the structure and safety of your home.


(423) 460-8958

Bristol, Kingsport and Johnson City, Tennessee

Business Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00 pm

Why do Foundations Settle?

When your home was built, the virgin soil in the ground was excavated and disrupted from its original and compact state. When the soil is backfilled, it’s much less supportive to the weight of your foundation and can settle over time. In the Southeast, we see problems with soil erosion, poor compaction, soil shrinkage, and vegetations that all cause foundation settlement.

Symptoms of Foundation Issues

Below are the most commons signs of foundation problems. If you notice any of these signs in your home, no matter how subtle they may be, contact our experts at American Foundation right away for a free inspection.

Floor Cracks

Gaps in Wooden Floors

Stair-step Cracks in Brickwork

Gaps Between Walls & Ceiling or Floor

Sticking Doors & Windows

Interior & Exterior Wall Cracks

Uneven, Sloping Floors

Gaps Between Wall & Window or Door Casing

Bowing Basement Walls