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Foundation Repair in Tennessee and Nw Georgia

CHATTANOOGA, KNOXVILLE AND JOHNSON CITY

Ram Jack Foundation Repair is a leader in the foundation repair industry. Unfortunately, foundation damage can be a problem in the areas around Knoxville, Chattanooga and Johnson City Tennessee. Shifting soils can cause stair-step cracks in your brick, cracks in interior walls, doors and windows that stick, chimney pulling away, bowing basement walls or even leaking basement walls. These are all possible signs of foundation damage. Protect your home and call the foundation repair experts. Call Ram Jack of Greater Tennessee. Ram Jack has a patented foundation repair system that has been tested and refined over the past 40 years. Call today for a free on-site estimate and evaluation.

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SERVICE AREA

  • Knoxville, TN
  • Chattanooga, TN
  • Johnson City, TN
  • Cleveland, TN
  • Soddy-Daisy, TN
  • Farragut, TN
  • Sevierville, TN
  • Loudon, TN
  • Gatlinburg, TN
  • All of Eastern Tennessee

CONTACT US

RAM JACK NORTHWEST GEORGIA & EASTERN TENNESSEE
(803) 398-5208

SIGNS OF FOUNDATION ISSUES IN TENNESSEE

Outside

Cracks on exterior walls of a home in South Carolina

Inside

Cracks on the interior wall of a home in South Carolina

Garage

Garage wall cracks in South Carolina

Make an appointment with Ram Jack South Carolina or start by calling (803) 398-5208.

Featured Case Studies

Specially Developed Foundation Repairs Commercial

Helical Piles Installed in Confined Space

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Tailor-Made for Your Project Residential

Basement Wall Recovery

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