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Thrasher Foundation Repair

11844 Valley Ridge Drive
Papillion, NE 68046
11844 Valley Ridge Dr
La Vista, NE 68046
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3721 W Old Potash Hwy
Grand Island, NE 68803
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In business since 1975

Family-owned and operated since 1975, Thrasher Foundation Repair is a leader in basement, crawl space, foundation, and concrete repair. They provide permanent basement waterproofing in Kansas City, MO, Sioux City, Lincoln, Omaha, Council Bluffs, and surrounding areas in Nebraska, Western Iowa, Central and Western Kansas, and Western Missouri. Please visit Thrasher Foundation Repair's website to see all of the services they offer and their full service area. Schedule a Free Inspection and Estimate and experience "The Thrasher Difference."

As the authorized Basement Systems contractor in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri, customers can benefit from:

  • Patented, Warrantied Drainage Systems
  • Quality, Efficient Installation by Trained Specialists
  • Competitive Financing Options for Qualified Borrowers
  • Transparent Pricing - Same-Day, No-Obligation Estimates
  • Annual Maintenance Program

Services:

  • Basement Waterproofing & Drainage, including interior basement waterproofing and foundation waterproofing to help prevent basement flooding.
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation to help protect against mold, rot, and crawl space moisture problems.
  • Moisture Control for basements and crawl spaces to help prevent mold, rot, and musty odors.
  • Foundation Repair for cracks, bowing walls, uneven floors, and more.
  • Concrete Repair to lift and level concrete driveways, walkways, and patios to prevent pooling water and tripping hazards.
  • Gutter Replacement to ensure proper drainage and help prevent basement leaks and structural foundation damage.
  • Egress Windows to improve safety and increase light for basements.

Products Installed:

  • Sump Pumps - Primary & Battery Backup Systems
  • Interior Drainage Systems
  • Crawl Space Vapor Barrier & Encapsulation System
  • Self-Draining Dehumidifier & Air Filtration System
  • Foundation Piers & Wall Anchors
  • Seamless Gutter System
  • Egress Windows
  • PolyLevel Concrete Lifting and Leveling System

Thrasher Foundation Repair specializes in concrete repair, basement waterproofing, crawl space encapsulation, foundation repair, egress windows, and gutter replacement.

Service Area:

Proudly serving Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, and Missouri, including the cities and towns of Omaha, Kansas City, Wichita, Springfield, Sioux City, Grand Island, and surrounding areas.

See before and after photos of basements, crawl spaces, and foundations permanently repaired by Thrasher Foundation Repair and browse reviews and testimonials from their customers! Call today to schedule your Free Inspection and Estimate.

By Tim A.
"Everything is straight and level. Much better than it was."
By Mark H.
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By David G.
Darrell N.
Marshfield, MO
We love it so much
Jan H.
Fort Dodge, IA
... I will no longer have to worry about the rain and I will finally be able to leave my home over night and even go camping...
Jan H.
Fort Dodge, IA
Very courteous and efficient. The service tech was absolutely prepared had the necessary information, materials, tools as with all Thrasher employees. You at...
Thrasher Foundation Repair Before & After
  • Foundation Piering Stabilized the Historic Public Library
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    Foundation Piering Stabilized the Historic Public Library
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    Foundation Piering Stabilized the Historic Public Library

    Foundation stabilization by Thrasher was an integral part of the repair and restoration of the historic Sedalia Public Library. Parts of the structure had settled 5″. The extreme drought that began in the late spring of 2012 had devastating effects across the Midwest, particularly on lawns, crops and foundations. One building hit particularly hard was the Sedalia Public Library. The Sedalia Public Library is a prized building to the local community, and it has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.   The Sedalia Public Library is located at 311 W. Third St, Sedalia, Missouri. The Sedalia library was first founded in 1895 but was located in the basement of the Pettis County Courthouse. In the Fall of 1899, they were awarded a $50,000 Carnegie Grant to build a new library. This was the first grant to be awarded by Andrew Carnegie in the state of Missouri.  “We were told by the structural engineer that we were in imminent danger of collapse.” – Library Director Pamela Hunter, in an interview with KMBC-TV. That grant money allowed the residents to build the then-new library. The library is built in the Greek Revival Style of architecture and was constructed of ornate white terra cotta stone with a limestone foundation.  The library was dedicated in 1901 and has been operational ever since, serving the citizens of Sedalia and the greater Pettis County. That is until the concerns over foundation problems arose in 2012.   Foundation problems were first identified in 2012 when a construction worker found "extremely wide" cracks in the foundation in one area of the library. The worker's concern led to a full investigation and, ultimately, the discovery of other severe foundation issues throughout the library.  The library hired a geotechnical engineer to investigate the site subsurface. During the investigation, it was determined that the soil's extreme dryness around the building's perimeter was a significant factor in the ongoing foundation settlement. Further investigation revealed that the underlying bedrock also had large voids beneath them. These large voids were likely the hidden contributor to the over 5" settlement throughout the years. As the corner of the library had settled, it also rotated outwardly and put the foundation and structure at extreme risk of collapse.  Previous attempts by other contractors had been made to correct the foundation settlement issues. Some of the attempted repairs included installing an extensive supplemental concrete footing, along with an elaborate below-grade watering and de-watering system. The supplemental concrete footing and watering system were combined with stabilizing the foundation and controlling below-grade moisture. While well-intentioned, the previous attempts were unsuccessful. The supplemental footing's added weight may have even exacerbated the settling issue, as evidenced by the continued settlement. The engineers were determined to solve this settlement issue permanently and to protect the historical landmark.   The recommended solution from the engineers was to install a customized micropile system. The plan was to bypass the shallow, unstable soils and fully transfer the foundation load's weight to the competent and stable bedrock. To achieve this result, any piering system would have to be drilled and advanced through the shallow rocks.   Thrasher was selected to perform this stabilization work due to their experience and expertise in micropile installations. Thrasher stabilized the building by first drilling through shallow rock formations and the underlying voids. Thrasher had to drill to depths of upwards of 40 feet to get into competent rock. Forty-nine high-strength steel resistance piers, with an ultimate capacity of 140,000 pounds each, were installed through the pre-drilled holes. The piers were then grouted with high-strength grout to add further lateral and vertical stability to the system. Once the exterior foundations were stabilized in place with the pre-drilled piers, the interior columns, which had not settled, had to be lowered to put the building on a uniform plane. Finally, the unstable soil excavated during the piers' installation was removed and replaced with suitable fill soil. The result was a permanently stabilized exterior foundation, and interior columns all leveled out to a uniform plane. Sedalia citizens could now rest easy that their historic library was finally placed on solid rock and would not move in the future.    When choosing a contractor to repair your building's foundation, it is not only important to choose a contractor who has the right repair product for the situation, but it is also essential to select the contractor with the right expertise and experience. When choosing to work with Thrasher, you are selecting a contractor who not only knows how to do the work correctly but has over 45 years' experience doing this type of work. So don't leave the work to a beginner. Hire the trusted name in the industry, and call Thrasher.  
  • Crawl Space Remains Dry after Waterproofing and Sump Pump are Installed in Trenton, MO
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    Crawl Space Remains Dry after Waterproofing and Sump Pump are Installed in Trenton, MO
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    Crawl Space Remains Dry after Waterproofing and Sump Pump are Installed in Trenton, MO

    New homeowner Eric C. bought an older home and was looking to add an addition on to the home. Before starting the project, he kept on smelling a musty odor anytime it would rain. Worried that his crawl space was getting wet, he decided to give Thrasher a call. System Design Specialist John Hollingsworth went out to Eric’s home and found a solution to keeping the crawl space dry. The crew installed full perimeter waterproofing with WaterGuard and also put in a Triple Safe Sump Pump. Eric was extremely pleased to know that the crawl space would remain dry and that he could continue on with the addition.
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation Prevents Structural Damage in Forsyth, MO
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    Crawl Space Encapsulation Prevents Structural Damage in Forsyth, MO
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    Crawl Space Encapsulation Prevents Structural Damage in Forsyth, MO

    Dirt crawl spaces are common, but they can cause issues to homes. The problems include sagging floors which can be repaired with floor jacks and dirt in vents which can be solved with crawl space encapsulation. In addition, there can be moisture in the crawl space which can be prevented or mitigated with a vapor barrier like CleanSpace. A home in Forsyth, MO had a dirt crawl space that needed to be repaired. The Thrasher Foundation Repair installed our CleanSpace product. This allowed the homeowner to use the crawl space as a storage area.
  • Dry Basement with waterproofing and clean space in Des Moines, IA.
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    Dry Basement with waterproofing and clean space in Des Moines, IA.
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    Dry Basement with waterproofing and clean space in Des Moines, IA.

    This homeowner called Midwest Foundation Repair to inspect a problem they have when it rains, a leaking basement. Water would seep in through the cinder block walls during the rainy season.  The production team installed an interior waterproofing system and then placed clean space on the walls. In the after photo, you can see the clean space on the walls and wet concrete that needs to cure. Once cured the homeowner will have a dry basement, our warranties are transferrable to the new homeowner if they choose to ever move. Midwest Care Club is recommended, so annually the system can be flushed out and cleaned by a trained service tech. 
Baird Holm Sustained Excellence Award

Baird Holm Sustained Excellence Award

Inc. 5000 Midwest Regional Fastest Growing Private Companies

Inc. 5000 Midwest Regional Fastest Growing Private Companies

Best of HomeAdvisor

Best of HomeAdvisor

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Chairman / Co-Owner

Nancy Thrasher

Co-Owner

Dan Thrasher

President

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