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Basement Waterproofing

Prevent mold caused by foundation cracks. Waterproof your basement.



Foundation Repair


The weight of a building can cause the foundation to sink, settle and crack.


Concrete Lifting


Prolong the life of your sagging, cracking cement. Save big. Live stable.


Foundation Repair, Concrete Lifting, and Basement Waterproofing

Investing in a good foundation repair in Utah is really a home-saving project. Do you see crumbling or cracking in your foundation cement? If unmaintained, these imperfections can lead to high severity structural damage over time. A high quality preventative repair project will protect your high dollar investment. Do you have walkways or driveways that have sunk over time? Even if you notice water leaking through your foundation or brick, it’s a good idea to have us come check it out. Get that foundation or concrete repaired before it damages your property any further.

At Interwest Foundation Repair, we can save your home or business property before the damage becomes a major issue. We specialize in repairing concrete foundations, driveways, walkways, and even waterproofing basements. If you have a cement walkway or building foundation that has sunk into the ground, we can repair it at a fraction of the cost of replacing it. This is one of the wisest investments you will ever make on your property. A poor concrete foundation can drastically decrease your property value and cause major damage in the future. We use state-of-the-art methods for concrete lifting and prevent further damage that increases your real-estate value for years to come.

We do projects throughout the state of Utah, ranging from Salt Lake City northward, all the way through St. George and sometimes beyond. We know that the quality of your concrete lifting, waterproofing, or foundation repair project is worth researching the company with the highest standards and best tools. Interwest Foundation Repair & Concrete Lifting is more often than not the company of choice in the entire region.

We pride ourselves on customer service and are happy to answer any of your questions or concerns. We understand that each situation has its unique challenges and requires specialized techniques. We go above and beyond to make sure that each project we do is at the highest quality available. Your satisfaction is our passion!

Give us a call today to discuss your project and request your free estimate!

Recent Blog Posts

  • Why Concrete Lifting is Seasonal

    With the sub freezing temperatures and snow on the ground, winter is officially upon us. We have had a great year concrete lifting. The cold temperatures outside mean we have entered our slow season for concrete lifting. Most of our concrete lifting jobs are done outside and weather is a big factor in what we do. Not only would our crew rather work in warmer temperatures, but when it gets cold we actually can’t do concrete lifting. Concrete lifting uses hydraulic pressure to pump a mixture under the slab. ... Read more
  • Concrete Lifting in Alpine, Utah

    Driveway needs a concrete liftConcrete settlement is a big problem in Utah. The soil here shifts quite a bit. We know as well as you that contractors sometimes do not compact the soil well enough. This leads to situations where concrete lifting is necessary. Normally we see concrete settle a couple of inches. You can walk down your street and find that pretty quickly. It is rare for us to see what the crew ran into in Alpine. The concrete in this driveway had sunk up to a foot in some places. You can ... Read more
  • Concrete Lifting Project in Draper, UT

    The concrete lifting crew was in Draper, UT on Monday working to fix a number of concrete issues around a customer’s house. The client had many pads that either were sinking themselves, or had sections that needed to be lifted. There was also a fair amount of void filling that needed to be done. Our concrete lifting crew fills these voids to prevent future settling. The concrete lifting mixture goes in under pressure and holds the slab in place. An added challenge was the AC unit that ... Read more