We're specialized licensed building practitioners (LBP's) who focus solely on foundation repairs. This means we have extensive experience in both concrete block and timber pile foundations. That is what we do, and what we do well. All types of concrete footings, engineered underpins and the install of deep geotechnical footings is our business.
We guarantee all our foundation work with a lifetime guarantee, transferable even if the house is sold. We like to complete the job once and do it right.
We only use quality, tried and tested materials to complete every job to the highest degree and will work to any deadlines set for your project.
We've been in the foundation industry for 14 years and work with a number of reputable and established companies, they rely on us to do the job once, and do it well. We're based in St Lukes, Auckland.
Access Foundations Limited
3B/80 St Lukes Road
PO Box 78 450
027 581 3187
What previous clients are saying:
" Thanks guys for starting so quickly to re-level my house, I had called 3 builders before getting in contact with the guys at Access Foundations. They quickly came out to my house and gave me clear and unbiased advice, I would highly recommend them if you're having foundation problems" Tahon Johns, Re-pile and house re-leveling Ponsonby
"I needed my house re-leveled before selling and was struggling to get anyone in quickly, I emailed Access Foundations and someone was in touch the same day, they even guarantee all their work, which carried onto the next owner! Thanks a lot."
Greg Wilkinson Basement repile/ repair, Glenfield
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SIGNS OF UNDERLYING FOUNDATION PROBLEMS
- Cracked paint in your ceiling and joinery
- Uneven and noisy floors
- Rattling floorboards
- Sticky windows and doors
- Concrete tile roof leaks
- Cracking in your concrete blockwork
- Substandard or old footings in villas
- Shallow or inadequate footings
- Excessive moisture, rainfall and dryness
- Inadequate soil drainage