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Another company said that our foundation was too far gone and needed to be replaced. That’s when we found Regional Foundation Repair. They saved us thousands! Great service, will recommend!

Andrew Y. | October 18, 2021


We’ve had water in our basement countless times since we moved in. Greg from Regional Foundation Repair spent a few days installing a waterproofing system and bam - no issues since! Thank you so much RFR!

Eddie W. | October 15, 2021


Finally a foundation company that responds, gets the job done, and includes an actual warranty for the work! Will use RFR again, and recommending to friends and family.

Jessica B. | October 12, 2021


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Another company said that our foundation was too far gone and needed to be replaced. That’s when we found Regional Foundation Repair. They saved us thousands! Great service, will recommend!

Andrew Y. | Oct 18, 2021


We’ve had water in our basement countless times since we moved in. Greg from Regional Foundation Repair spent a few days installing a waterproofing system and bam - no issues since! Thank you so much RFR!

Eddie W. | Oct 15, 2021


Finally a foundation company that responds, gets the job done, and includes an actual warranty for the work! Will use RFR again, and recommending to friends and family.

Jessica B. | Oct 12, 2021


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Beaverton, Oregon is an increasingly popular place to live, as the city offers a mix of suburban and urban living, proximity to Portland, and opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Unfortunately, homeowners in Beaverton are faced with some problems as well. Home foundation damage is a significant risk in the area because of several geologic and climatic factors. Regional Foundation Repair is one of the nation’s largest provider of foundation repair service. We have 1,000s of expert technicians ready right now in Beaverton. Our pros have years of experience and are familiar with the nuances of Beaverton soil conditions so you can be sure your foundation gets fixed the right way the first time. Gone are the days of worrying about shoddy craftsmanship, overpriced service, and unqualified pros. During the job, our technicians are trained to explain their progress throughout the day and clean up properly before leaving the jobsite. Depending on the availability of our technicians, we can generally get your job scheduled within 2 days. To start the process just submit your information in our form and we’ll be in touch within 24 hours with a pricing quote! In some cases we may need more detail to properly quote your project, so we will reach out via phone to schedule a free onsite inspection. Depending on your location we also offer virtual quotes! For your benefit, we’ll explain why Beaverton foundations experience problems so frequently, the most common symptoms they display throughout your house, and the best way to limit property damage and the cost of repair. We’ll also include a breakdown of average pricing for the typical foundation repair services in and around the city.

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  • Thank you Regional Foundation Repair! They scheduled an appointment for last minute. Got a quick assessment and then after the technician (can't remember his name) explained the entire process to us in a way that felt very simple and straight forward. He was very honest and transparent with the repairs we needed. We found their estimate to be very reasonable compared to the other quotes we received. When the crew came out, they were very professional and explained their progress throughout the job. As expected, they cleaned up everything at the end of the day and the tech caught up with me to make sure the work was completed to my satisfaction. We had a lot of questions and they were very responsive. We've had an excellent experience with RegionalFoundationRepair from start to finish!
    - Erica J.
  • After a horrible experience on Yelp, I found this site and within minutes had quotes in hand. I scheduled my appointment and within 2 weeks the job was done below what I budgeted for. No more wet basement. Love it. Will recommend RegionalFoundation to friends and family.
    - Suja K.
  • Love these guys. They are professional, punctual, and saved me $1,000's explaining exactly what my foundation problem was and what I needed. Other companies were trying to sell me on the bells and whistles pushing services I didn't really need. These guys were transparent and the pricing for the job came out about $500 less then the other quotes.
    - Dan T.

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  • National Average: $4,499
  • Typical Range: $2,008 - $7,039
  • Low End - High End: $495 - $13,000

RECENT REQUESTS FOR FOUNDATION REPAIR SERVICES

  • Foundation Repair

    Date of Request: 10/20/2021

    Location: Beaverton, OR

    Description: water pooled in basement after storm last night. I can't tell where the water came from but appears to have come through the foundation

  • Foundation Repair

    Date of Request: 10/19/2021

    Location: Beaverton, OR

    Description: Need a Foundation certification on a MFH on a RUSH

  • Foundation Leveling

    Date of Request: 10/19/2021

    Location: Beaverton, OR

    Description: Looking for help after home inspector was unable to inspect the crawlspace due to it only having 12 inches of space.

  • Foundation Inspection

    Date of Request: 10/16/2021

    Location: Beaverton, OR

    Description: Walk-way to front of house has settled and cracked at stairs.

  • Foundation Repair

    Date of Request: 10/13/2021

    Location: Beaverton, OR

    Description: Wall has cracked and the sliding door will not close correctly. I think something has happened to the foundation. Please call not email. Thank you

  • Foundation Repair

    Date of Request: 10/11/2021

    Location: Beaverton, OR

    Description: I live in a manufactured home and I need 2 concrete blocks replaced in the NE corner of the crawlspace as they have significant cracks in them. Thank you

  • Does Foundation Movement Affect Beaverton, Oregon?

    Unfortunately, foundation movement affects countless property owners in the Beaverton area at some point during their residency. Homes in Beaverton, Salem, Gresham, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, Tigard, Aloha, Clackamas, and several other nearby cities are at elevated risk of experiencing foundation problems.

  • What Causes Foundation Problems In Beaverton, Oregon?

    There are a few issues related to the geophysical composition and the weather patterns in Beaverton that make foundation issues so widespread. Below, we’ll talk about each of these factors and the type of damage they create under your home.

    Expansive Soil

    A significant number of foundation issues in Beaverton stem from the soil in the city. Soil surveys confirm that the ground contains a high ratio of clay to other typical dirt particles, meaning that it is expansive. Expansive soil creates various problems for foundations. The first issue is the ground’s tendency to swell when it gets wet. Clay particles are tiny, and the small gaps between allow an abundance of water to wick into the earth and cause it to expand. The growing soil places intense hydrostatic pressure on your concrete foundation, both on crawlspace or basement walls or on concrete slabs from underneath. Eventually, this stress can crack your foundation, causing structural damage. flooded park Runoff is the primary reason for the ground swelling in Beaverton, and the added volume is lost when the soil dries. Runoff naturally drains into the ground and evaporates into the air, sometimes leaving the earth dry during periods of little rainfall. The soil can shrink unevenly under your home, leaving the foundation without level support from underneath. The result of the uneven ground movement is often differential settling, where your foundation sinks into the earth at different speeds. The concrete cannot hold up your structure without support from the ground, so it can crack off of your home and settle more quickly than the rest of your house. Structural problems are typical as a result. The third and final issue expansive soil creates for your house is due to the fact that it is very absorbent and retains water for longer than standard dirt. Following rainfall or snowmelt, the earth around your foundation can remain wet for long periods. Over time, your concrete acts like a sponge because of its tiny pores, offering water and water vapor access to your under-home area. Water and moisture accumulation in and around your foundation can leave you with a variety of problems, including water damage, mold growth, and warping or rotting of floor joists and framing.

    Heavy Rainfall

    Oregon is well-known for its frequent and heavy rainfall, and Beaverton is no exception. The city receives around 50 inches of rain every year, which is about two-thirds higher than the national average. Most of that precipitation occurs from October to April, with the summer months being arid. July and August, in particular, bring about ten times less rain than the fall, winter, and spring months. Heavy rainfall makes the problems with expansive soil worse. It causes the earth to expand and put undue pressure on your foundation on an almost constant basis, and it leaves the ground saturated, increasing the risk of water intrusion and moisture issues. The dry period in the summer brings additional issues, as two months of very little rain cause the earth to shrink. This means a high risk of differential settling, and the cyclical pattern of dry and wet between the summer and the rest of the year leads to frequent earth movement that can quickly compromise the structural integrity of your home’s foundation.

    Seismic Activity

    The Pacific Northwest is situated near several seismic faults. Two of the most dangerous for Beaverton are the Cascadia Subduction zone and the Gales Creek fault. These two earth fractures make earthquakes a prevalent problem in and around the city. Earthquakes create ground movement that can shift the soil, often contributing to differential settling and increased pressure against the concrete under your home. Luckily, Beaverton is only at moderate risk of experiencing larger quakes, but even minor shaking can contribute to structural problems in your house. House on the ground cracking under pressure

    Radon

    Lastly, Radon is a problem in many areas throughout the United States, but the risk in Washington County is moderate-to-high. Radon is a clear, odorless gas that can seep into your living space from the ground under your home. Radon is the second most likely cause of lung cancer in the world and can be deadly. Many homeowners in Beaverton choose to protect themselves and their families by having a foundation repair contractor install a radon barrier on the concrete under their homes.

  • What Are The Signs of Basement Foundation Damage In Beaverton, Oregon?

    There are several ways to assess foundation damage throughout your house, as the symptoms can vary depending on the problem’s underlying cause. Below, we’ll provide some information on the more common signs of foundation damage and the issue that is most likely to cause each.

    Foundation Cracks

    Foundation cracks are generally the most straightforward problem to identify, but they can be among the most challenging to understand. The severity of the fissure is best determined by the gap’s size and location on your concrete.

    Slab or Basement Floor Cracks

    Cracks on your exposed slab or spanning across your crawlspace or basement floor can be particularly difficult to assess. Fissures that are thinner than ⅛” that don’t have one side rising above or dipping below the other are usually not a significant problem. They form as a result of normal concrete settling. If these cracks widen beyond ⅛” or become unlevel from side to side, they tend to signify differential settling. You should consider having a structural engineer inspect these fissures, but they typically indicate differential settling and the loss of structural integrity.

    Vertical Wall Cracks

    Cracks that develop in a vertical line on your foundation wall are a bit more straightforward to assess, as they almost always develop during the concrete’s natural settling period. The best wall repair solution for these damages is often to have them sealed with epoxy or polyurethane to keep water and radon out of your home.

    Horizontal Wall Cracks

    Cracks spanning the length of your wall in a horizontal position should be cause for concern. They usually suggest that hydrostatic pressure has built up in the soil outside and forced your concrete to crack and shift inward. These fissures normally require structural repair, so they are typically costly to fix. Unfortunately, Beaverton’s clay-rich soil makes these cracks a common problem for property owners in the area.

    Step-Shaped Cracks

    The last type of gap you’re likely to see forms in a stair-step pattern on your concrete block wall. These fissures indicate that differential settling has caused a section of your foundation to sink below the rest. This is another typical issue in Beaverton, given the risk of earthquakes and soil shrinking during the summer. The solution is very costly, but neglecting the repair can lead to total foundation failure.

    Damp or Wet Basement

    Beaverton’s excessive rainfall and absorbent soil contribute heavily to the risk of water intrusion and moisture accumulation under homes in the area. The symptoms of these problems can easily be confused, but there are some subtle differences. Liquid water typically enters your crawlspace or basement through cracks in the concrete. You’ll likely see water stains or wet spots on the foundation walls or floor, standing water, puddles around the edges of the area, and water damage, including rotting framing, deteriorating sheetrock, and sagging insulation. Water vapor comes from runoff wicking through the pores in the concrete and evaporating into the air. Symptoms of moisture build-up include humid air under your house, mold growth, musty smells, and frequent or persisting pest infestations. You may also notice efflorescence on the walls, which is a white, powdery accumulation of salts and minerals left behind by the water. mold growth on the wall Many homeowners – especially those whose houses are built slab-on-grade – also notice signs of moisture problems in their living space. Increased heating or cooling bills, moldy smells, unseasonal allergy symptoms, or uncomfortably high or low temperatures inside your home all suggest that there’s a water or water vapor issue below.

  • How to Find Signs of Foundation Damage In Beaverton, Oregon?

    All homeowners should be able to identify the symptoms of foundation damage, and especially those in Beaverton, where under-home issues are so prevalent. Foundation problems worsen over time, so using the below inspection guidelines once every few months will help limit the damage to your property and your cost of repairing it.

    Inspect Your Foundation Regularly

    Your first step will be to examine the concrete under your structure. Look outside and inside, if possible, for signs of cracking. Report any new, worsening, or leaking gaps to a foundation repair expert for guidance. If you have access to a crawlspace or basement, you can regularly check for signs of water or moisture problems, especially after rainfall. Look for efflorescence, mold spores, musty odors, puddles or standing water on the floor, water stains or wet spots on the concrete, water damage, and signs of insects or rodents living under your home.

    Inspect Your Living Space

    Move your inspection upstairs to continue looking for symptoms of foundation damage, which can often appear inside your house if shifting, cracking, or differential settling occurs. Look for bowing walls, nails popping out of the sheetrock, cracks in the drywall around wall openings, doors and windows that get stuck, and cabinets or countertops pulling away from the sheetrock behind them. The floor joists in your house rely on the concrete below for stability, so foundation movement can create some problems in your flooring. Look for buckling, sloping, unlevel, or damaged floors throughout your home. It’s a good idea to review your utility bills for unexpected increases that may have previously gone unnoticed.

    Check Your Home’s Exterior

    Finally, check the outside of your house and your yard for signs of foundation problems. Uneven roofing, cracks in your siding, and a cracked chimney can all indicate foundation movement below. Throughout your yard, look for gaps between your foundation and the ground, uneven areas of your lawn, leaning retaining walls, and puddles on the grass following rainfall. These can all be signs of inadequate drainage and expansive soil on your property that could contribute to foundation damage if left untreated.

    Get a Radon Test

    Lastly, a radon test can indicate if you have dangerous levels of the gas in your house. Radon is clear and odorless, so there are no symptoms associated with dangerous levels. The EPA recommends regular testing to monitor the presence in your home. The cost for foundation repair services in Beaverton can vary quite a bit, but most homeowners pay an average of $5,500. To provide you with the best estimate possible, we’ll offer some pricing for typical foundation solutions in the city.

    Cost to Seal Non-Structural Cracks

    Settling cracks are the most affordable type of damage to repair. Most general contractors charge between $300 and $800 for settling crack repair, depending on the size of the fissure.

    Cost to Fix Horizontal Wall Cracks

    Horizontal wall cracks need to be sealed as well, but they also require a system to reduce or resist future hydrostatic pressure problems. The best solution is to use earth anchors to pull the wall back to its original position and brace it to resist soil expansion going forward. This type of basement or crawlspace repair generally costs between $3,000 and $5,000.

    Cost to Fix Differential Settling Problems

    Stair-step cracks and wide or uneven basement floor cracks usually require stabilization from underneath. The most popular option for concrete leveling is called underpinning, which is the placement of push piers under your concrete to displace the structure’s weight further into the earth. Steel piers and helical piers are the most common types of supports used. Most foundation repair companies charge $1,000 and $3,000 for these pilings, respectively, and the total cost for crawlspace or basement repair is generally between $5,000 and $20,000.

    Cost to Fix Ongoing Water Intrusion

    A basement waterproofing system is the best option for correcting frequent or excessive water intrusion and moisture accumulation under your home. A complete system can include an exterior drainage system, sump pumps, a tile drain, dehumidifiers, a vapor barrier, and crawlspace encapsulation. Your system can range from around $2,500 to $10,000, depending on how severe your problem is and whether the solution comes with a warranty. It’s best to hire a foundation repair specialist with years of experience and positive testimonials, as the system will only be effective if planned and installed properly.

    Cost for Radon Sealing

    The price for radon sealing varies a bit depending on your foundation type and the solution used. The average cost falls around $2,000, but you may find yourself paying anywhere between $1,000 and $3,000. Thankfully, radon testing only costs approximately $500, so you can get it done as often as needed to provide you with some peace of mind.

  • Cost of Basement Foundation Repair In Beaverton, Oregon?

    The cost for foundation repair services in Beaverton can vary quite a bit, but most homeowners pay an average of $5,500. To provide you with the best estimate possible, we’ll offer some pricing for typical foundation solutions in the city.

    Cost to Seal Non-Structural Cracks

    Settling cracks are the most affordable type of damage to repair. Most general contractors charge between $300 and $800 for settling crack repair, depending on the size of the fissure.

    Cost to Fix Horizontal Wall Cracks

    Horizontal wall cracks need to be sealed as well, but they also require a system to reduce or resist future hydrostatic pressure problems. The best solution is to use earth anchors to pull the wall back to its original position and brace it to resist soil expansion going forward. This type of basement or crawlspace repair generally costs between $3,000 and $5,000.

    Cost to Fix Differential Settling Problems

    Stair-step cracks and wide or uneven basement floor cracks usually require stabilization from underneath. The most popular option for concrete leveling is called underpinning, which is the placement of push piers under your concrete to displace the structure’s weight further into the earth. Steel piers and helical piers are the most common types of supports used. Most foundation repair companies charge $1,000 and $3,000 for these pilings, respectively, and the total cost for crawlspace or basement repair is generally between $5,000 and $20,000.

    Cost to Fix Ongoing Water Intrusion

    A basement waterproofing system is the best option for correcting frequent or excessive water intrusion and moisture accumulation under your home. A complete system can include an exterior drainage system, sump pumps, a tile drain, dehumidifiers, a vapor barrier, and crawlspace encapsulation. Your system can range from around $2,500 to $10,000, depending on how severe your problem is and whether the solution comes with a warranty. It’s best to hire a foundation repair specialist with years of experience and positive testimonials, as the system will only be effective if planned and installed properly.

    Cost for Radon Sealing

    The price for radon sealing varies a bit depending on your foundation type and the solution used. The average cost falls around $2,000, but you may find yourself paying anywhere between $1,000 and $3,000. Thankfully, radon testing only costs approximately $500, so you can get it done as often as needed to provide you with some peace of mind.