Confidence and Convenience while you handle your home problems

At Anchor Foundation Repair, We’re Taking the Worry Out of Any Settlement Issue and Giving You Excellent Service and Long-Lasting Home Repairs

Making Brazos Valley Homes Stable for the Long Haul

A Process You Can Be Comfortable With

We know acting on a foundation repair or other settlement issues isn’t as exciting as having your kitchen remodeled. Not to mention how much more serious it sounds. Instead of losing sleep over your home’s condition, we want you to be confident in our expertise and feel great about your choice of a foundation repair contractor.

Helping you to have a better understanding of foundation settlement issues and repairs is a major part of our work. We address questions and concerns before we start so that you’re informed and up to date with every step. You’ll never be left in the dark when you have your home repaired with Anchor.

Discover how our process works for you below, or for more details please check out this article on how to get a quote.

5 Steps to Handle Your Home Problems
with Confidence

We seek to continually grow in our relationships with our customers and in support of our community.

What Homeowners Like You Say


The Anchor Foundation team exceeded my expectations.

They showed up when they told me they would, worked VERY hard to complete the job in a timely manner, and actually cleaned up their work area to look better than it was before they began.

I recommend them highly.

Daniel Wood


Craig and his crew did a fantastic job repairing our foundation.

They were all very friendly and cleaned up after themselves.

Our landscaping looked even better after they left.

We highly recommend Anchor Foundation Repair!

Carol Grimes

Craig is quick to respond, and has a very friendly, efficient, and professional crew. Stood by the warranty with no questions when the heavy rains came through and we had to re-level. 10/10 would recommend.

Chisum Womack

Experience a Process That Keeps You and Your Home Needs Front and Center at all Times

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