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CornerStone4 LLC

We drilled rebar into the footing and started building the new wall with engineer approved materials.​

Foundation Wall Repair

(804) 516-6274

New foundation wall.​

After another contractor removed the porch floor, framing, and back-filled gravel....​

We are a licensed masonry company proudly serving central Virginia to include the counties of Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Louisa, Mechanicsville, Midlothian, Powhatan, Richmond, and anywhere inbetween.  Don't settle
for a masonry contractor that hires out their work and then doesn't supervise the quality of your masonry project.  We will provide
​you with the projected cost up front, in writing and then be there to install or repair your brick, block, or stone ourselves.  Locally owned and family operated, no job is too small.  Give us a call!

The foundation wall of this screened porch in Powhatan, VA was being pushed away from the home.
The original construction consisted of brick, 4 inch block, and was lacking rebar. The area behind
​the porch was back-filled almost 8 feet high with gravel.

The masonry wall was not sufficient to withstand the load and subsequently was separated and
​leaning ​away from the main structure.