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THE AUTHORITY IN FOUNDATION, BASEMENT & CRAWL SPACE REPAIR

We are raising the bar. Our mission is to protect, fix, and repair our customers’ greatest asset — their home.

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Kyle H. and his crew did a superb job with our teetering, leaking, cracked foundation. Kyle (and Johnathan) was personable, professional, willing to answer…

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Jill Harrelson

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Frank Lindsay from Des Moines office, was great to work with. Called a day prior to appointment to discuss our needs, arrived timely, throughly reviewed our…

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Jeffrey Niemann

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Brandon C my foreman and his team of Franklin B and Jacob N worked super hard for 2 days and got the work done.

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Tracy Brokaw

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Jared House did a great job with the inspection. Would definitely recommend foundation recovery systems. Cant wait for the work to get done!

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Terry Williams

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Derick and Collins’ teams did a great job! Walked me through everything that was going to be done before and after the job was finished.

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Cary Pearson

Foundation Recovery Systems began operations in 1992 as a father-son duo working out of a coal chute and helping the local residents of Sedalia, Missouri. Fast-forward to today, Foundation Recovery Systems creates remarkable experiences for homeowners by being dedicated to providing permanent home repair solutions. We aim to educate and empower our customers to make the best choice and set the bar higher for the world of contracting. Our mission is to protect, fix, and repair our customers’ greatest asset – their home.

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