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About Foundations Pros of Winnipeg

Foundation Pros of Winnipeg is a foundation repair specialist. Since 1995, our mission has been to provide you with quality foundation repair services.


Foundation Pros of Winnipeg is a Winnipeg-based construction services company respected as a leader in “team approach” project delivery.


We work in both the public and private sectors and are experienced builders in the following market sectors: Corporate Headquarters, Commercial Office Buildings, Higher Education and Residential.


“Join us in making Winnipeg a better community for our families and our children’s future.”


– Lloyd Harder General Manager


Your crew showed great work ethic and accomplished the repairing of our wall in a timely manner. My wife and I truly appreciated your attention. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend your company for any new or renovation work. We sincerely thank you.

One of the ladies I work with has a friend who needs foundation work done.  I shared your company name and phone number. Your crew seems to have done a great job so I was happy to tell her who we had helping us out.


Cracking Foundations

   Cracks in your foundation? Don’t wait! It’s usually simpler to fix something early on rather than waiting for a disaster. waiting  too long and now the grade beam is pushing through the outside basement wall. Big trouble can  been avoided  call before  the first cracks started to appear. If a foundation has mud only for backfill its a matter of when ? 

cracking foundation repair

Foundation Waterproofing

Water and moisture in your basement can cause mould, cracks in the floor and can even result in cracking basement walls, which can also result in even more water entering your home. Even new houses are subject to leaking basements!

House settling

Winnipeg soils are notorious for shifting and moving. The Red River clay absorbs tons of water when the weather is wet, and so it can shrink dramatically when it dried out. This means that your house can actually move and shift. to reset the weeping tile and eliminate future water from liquefying the soils beneath the footing is key to stopping foundation from further sinking and shifting we can do this 

house levelling


We provide drainage and sump pumps, repairing leaking foundations, concrete repair 

Basement foundation repair


Foundation Pros of Winnipeg business is concrete repair and restoration and is not limited to a single repair method; our experience and expertise combine specialized and conventional repair methods to provide the most practical solutions for all projects.

From small projects to full-scale restoration, Foundation Pros delivers:

  • Assisting owners and engineers in identification of issues
  • Budgeting repair options and options to meet your  need

Common Reasons Why Concrete Foundation Requires Repair

Concrete is widely used for everything from foundations to bridges. Water tanks, buildings, and even dams can be made with it. It’s a strong, durable, and well-understood material. But that doesn’t mean it’s going to last forever without a bit of attention and, sometimes, repair. In fact, today’s concrete isn’t even the same as what was poured for your commercial parking garage twenty years ago. Below are some of the most common reasons that it requires repair.

Rebar Corrosion

Concrete is often reinforced with steel rebar. The rebar is meant to help keep the material from crumbling. Unfortunately, the opposite seems to be the real problem. If rebar is exposed to excess carbon chlorides or dioxide, it will begin to corrode, causing the concrete around it to crumble too. Rust can burst the material.

Alkali-Silika Reactions (ASR)

This is a serious problem for some concrete structures that were built before the reaction was well understood. ASR is a reaction within the concrete due to the chemical make-up of some aggregates. Alkaline cement will react with water, form a gel, and then cause cracks in the concrete.


Water will wear away at concrete over time, which is commonly seen in pipes. Abrasion can also be due to physical wear from items such as forklifts.

Freeze-Thaw Repair

F it is possible to repair a foundation that is showing signs of these problems. But with the Foundation Pros team, you can often avoid a complete teardown. Most importantly, the cause of the deterioration should be identified so that the repairs last and the problem doesn’t reoccur.

Reasons for Concrete Restoration

Some of the reasons that the floor in a parking garage or structure needs to be restored have to do with water. Water can leak through cracks or failed joints. Water can also contain corrosive substances and chlorides that breakdown the material or cause corrosion. And the alkali-silica reaction (ASR) in some older floor structures can also break them down, possibly requiring a repair or complete rebuild.

Rebar corrosion can set in, and when it rusts, it damages the structure of the floor.


In parking garages and other structures

While this material may seem solid and permanent, time and wear will start to show on any structure or building. Especially in parking garages, where de-icing salts along with the weight and movement of vehicles can put a lot of pressure on the structure, it’s critical to watch for signs of degradation and to have repairs completed in a timely manner. Restoration projects can be completed on bridges, floors, and any structure made of concrete, as long as the problem is clearly identified and a good solution is well implemented.

Reasons for Concrete Restoration

Some of the reasons that concrete in a parking garage or structure needs to be restored have to do with water. Water can leak through cracks or failed joints. Water can also contain corrosive substances and chlorides that breakdown it or cause corrosion. And the alkali-silica reaction in some older floor structures can also break down the concrete, possibly requiring a repair or complete rebuild.

Another common problem is rebar corrosion, as rebar can rust and damage the structure of the material.

Visual Signs

Visual signs of concrete deterioration are cracks, rust stains, efflorescence, (white powder chalky) water leakage, concrete spalling or flaking off, or areas that sound hollow when tapped on Other signs of deterioration include wear, exposed aggregates, discoloration, and settlement.

What to Do

Ensuring that the concrete structures will remain safe and functional for years to come requires maintenance and repair. Contact Vector and let us take a look at the structure and show you why we should be your repair contractor of choice.

Contact Foundation Pros today for a FREE foundation repair & restoration quote

We work in all of Manitoba and Western Ontario

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