Bowed / Buckling Foundation Walls Mid-Missouri

When you have leaning walls underneath your home, it's only a matter of time before they trigger additional problems with your foundation. The base of your home is what helps to support its weight, so you need to be sure that it's in good shape. This includes getting foundation repair work finished when necessary. Even though this problem may look very serious, and it may seem like the only solution to the problem is to dig up the wall and have a replacement installed, there are actually other solutions available to you. Fortunately, there have been many advancements over the years in the industry, and we can now provide you with wall anchors to take care of this particular problem below your home. These products can be installed quickly, and with minimal excavation needed. Dry Basement® Foundation Repair provides bowed wall repair services in such cities as Jefferson City, Columbia, Sedalia, Moberly, Mexico, Marshall, Fulton, Rolla, Joplin, Springfield, Kirksville, as weel as all over the state of Missouri.

Wall Anchor Systems for Bowed / Buckling Walls

Wall Anchor System

Our structural engineers have created the HouseHolder® Anchor System to take care of bowed walls underneath a Missouri home. The system is made from strong, solid, durable materials that will last for many years to come below your home - guaranteed. Our team will be able to address any questions or concerns that you may have about this system during your consultation, and also during the installation process.


Take a look below to see how this system will be installed:
  1. An engineer will come to your home, assess the situation, and provide you with a walk-through of the installation process. He will also be able to give you an estimate for the job.
  2. The wall anchor will be installed next to the damaged wall in stable, load-bearing strata. A plate will be installed on the wall inside of the home.
  3. A steel rod will then connect the plate to the anchor. It can be tightened over time to add the additional lateral pressure needed to push the wall back into an upright position.