Living in Parkland, Florida, and need foundation repair? You don’t need to look anymore! We’re Foundation Professionals of Florida, and we’ve been busy fixing foundations in Parkland, and the surrounding area, for the past 40 years. We’re 100% family-owned and operated.

We offer a wide range of foundation repair solutions like push piers, helical piers, concrete leveling and lifting, and loads more. We work for residential, commercial, industrial, and government buildings all over Parkland.

If you have a foundation problem, rest assured knowing that we can handle it. If you’re short on time, scroll down to the bottom of this page and check out our customer reviews.

Common Foundation Problems in Parkland

We can repair all foundation problems in Parkland including…
  • Drainage problems 

  • Improper grading

  • Underpinning problems

  • Landslide damage

  • Retaining wall failure

  • Expansive soil 

  • Beams and posts that have rotted

  • Wall, ceiling, or floor cracks

  • Bowed walls

  • Rotated walls

  • Doors and windows that stick

  • Uneven floors

  • And more!

The structural integrity of a residential home, commercial property, or any other structure, rests on the soundness of its foundation. Even minor foundation issues shouldn’t be ignored because you don’t want them to turn into big problems that will cost you a lot of money to repair. Every property owner should learn how to spot foundation problems early. If you’ve noticed any of the problems listed above, contact Foundation Professionals of Florida today for a free repair estimate.

Foundation Repair Services in Parkland FL

Foundation Repair

Most of our customers are surprised when they hear that water is the culprit behind most foundation problems. Either too much or too little of it and you’ll eventually end up with some type of foundation issue.
At Foundation Professionals of Florida we offer a variety of foundation repair solutions including,

Concrete Leveling and Lifting

Repairing sunken concrete sidewalks, pool decks, and driveways should be your top priority. If someone were to trip on a raised portion of concrete, and fall, that could lead to a potential lawsuit. You probably do not want that. They are also unsightly, lowering your property value.
In the not-so-distant past, sunken concrete slabs were fixed either by digging them up and replacing them, or via something called ‘’mudjacking’’. These weren’t the best solutions though.

It takes time to dig up and replace a sunken concrete slab. Newly poured concrete can’t be used right away. It needs time to harden and dry. Also, if the slab sunk because the soil wasn’t able to support it, the same thing will happen with the new slab. In other words, you haven’t solved the underlying issue.

Mudjacking is a repair technique that involves injecting a slurry – made up of soil, water, and cement – under the slab in order to lift it back into position. The problem with this repair method is the weight of the slurry. It’s pretty heavy because it contains cement. If the soil under the slab was already struggling to support it, placing a cement slurry on top of it certainly isn’t going to help.
The most common form of repairing concrete slabs is something called polyurethane foam injection. This involves injecting a super lightweight polyurethane foam under the slab in order to raise it. It’s a quick, minimally-invasive procedure that usually only takes 2-3 hours, and as soon as the repair is complete, you can start using the slab again. It will not leak into the soil or cause any environmental damage. 

Seawall Repair

Seawalls serve as a barrier between land and water, protecting Florida’s beachfront homes from erosion. However, seawalls themselves can erode over time. This is caused by tidal fluctuations, hurricanes and tropical storms, and a slowly rising sea level. If your seawall is starting to fail, contact us today and we’ll be out for an inspection and free estimate.

Signs Of Foundation Problems

Common signs your home might have a foundation problem include,
  • Trouble opening and closing windows and doors. This happens because as the foundation shifts, the windows and doors fall out of alignment.

  • Wall cracks

  • Walls that are leaning or bowing

  • A leaning or tilting chimney

  • Stairstep cracks in brickwork

  • Walls that are separating from the ceiling and/or the floor

  • Sloped floors

  • Wall-to-wall floor cracks

  • A crack that goes across the ceiling and then down a wall. Also a crack that goes down a wall and then across the floor

  • Wall rotation

Free Foundation Repair Inspection and Estimate in Parkland FL

Think your home might have a foundation problem? Fill out the contact form today to request a free foundation inspection and estimate.