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were friendly and professional from the start. The work was quick and was high quality. The beams even look kind of nice!

-Justin G.

"The appointment went very well.
inspected the areas of concern in my basement, took measurements, discussed the problems with me and came" up with a proposal to fix the problems.
was extremely professional and knowledgeable, and he came up with a practical solution to several areas of concern at a reasonable price. I have some other repairs to do to my home, so I am postponing this work for a while, but, based on my experience with them, I would definitely recommend this company.

-Terry D.

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Crawl Spaces

Homes that aren't built on a slab foundation or basement feature crawl spaces to allow for the necessary access to plumbing, electrical and other home systems.

crack in concrete driveway
Foundation Repair

Many homeowners worry about the severity of foundation cracks in the basement.

Relying solely on measurements to determine the condition of a foundation often leads to risks incurring further damage to a home, says Granott. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Dale W. of Boones Mill, Virginia.)
Foundation Repair

Measuring your foundation for levelness alone is not enough to determine if your foundation needs repair. A foundation expert will evaluate all the factors.

Foundation and basement repair experts advise homeowners not to ignore cracks, which can expand into costly foundation failures. (Photo courtesy of member Dale W. of Boones Mill, Va.)
Basement Waterproofing, Foundation Repair

Foundation damage can lead to costly repairs, especially if left untreated for a long time. Check out our expert tips for best advice on how to handle.

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Foundation Repair, Structural Engineering

Many homeowners don’t pay attention to their home’s foundation until it’s too late. A foundation problem could jeopardize the structural soundness of your home and make it impossible to sell without first being corrected. Get tips on what you can do to prevent problems.

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For this type of job, you need plans and specs from an Architectural/Engineering firm before thinking about contractors - and to get a building permit. Ben's method would work and done incrementally could cost well over $100,000 plus as he says, but this not really the most economic way to approach this big a job. A House Mover or Foundation Underpinning specialty company can usually slide your house onto a whole new foundation, or jack it up on steel beams and hold it there while a basement is dug underneath it, without any intermediate piers. The jacking/move cost would probably be on the order of $30-40,000, and a new basement probably about $40-50,000 - rough ballpark, though I have been involved in some 1000-1500SF single story jobs that went for under $70,000 total. I have been involved in a fair number of these type jobs - and the way the numbers come out, if there is room on the property to move the house, it is almost always nearly as cheap or cheaper to build an equivalent square footage (basement plus ground level) addition rather than add a basement under the house, and that way your new footage is half above ground so worth more on resale, plus you do not lose use of the house for a month or two. Second cheapest is usually sliding house to a new foundation, if property is large enough to do this - though house is totally cut off from utilities for a week to three. Most expensive, and usually only done in tight city environments or with full 2 story or higher houses, is adding the foundation in place, though your utility interruptions should be on the order of hours at a time rather than days or weeks. Talk to an architect - I think you will quickly lean towards the addition option rather than adding a basement - it is just too expensive to deepen foundations in most cases, plus you WILL get cracking in the house and possible water and sewer pipe problems in a move/underpinning job, which is not the case with an addition. This become more likely the case since you want to add 8 feet off the back of the home anyway - so why not just enlarge the addition and do it all that way - MUCH simpler, and MUCH less disruption of your life, and you get much higher resale return on your investment.
Unfortunately this is not something you will easily resolve; and even if you were to win, the amount of time and funds spent will probably exceed the cost of the actual repair.

Each state has different rules on what "as-is" means, but almost all use the term when it comes to realestate sales.  At two years, you are facing a hurdle that any issue could be the result of new conditions, acceptable wear / settlement, etc.  Has there been any changes in the area? (New house built next door, new addition, earthquake, flooding, etc?)

While you may have been given a home warranty with the purchase (do check your sales paperwork to see if there is any warranty and what it covers for how long) the house is sold to you as-is; it is your responsibility to raise concerns prior to taking over the house, so going back two years later is a huge up hill batle.

The home inspector is also going to be found faultless, as their reports almost always have words like "consult with an expert. . ." after each report section and they have disclaimers for missed items, etc. I got certified as a home inspector and was surprised at just how little they actually require you to know to become an inspector. They are really just an extra pair of eyes to help inexpereinced home owners look where most people don't look or go.  You even mention that the repair work was well masked, so you didn't notice it until you began looking for it.  A good inspector might have caught it, but you won't win any court cases proving yours wasn't good enough.

The Seller will claim that any foundation issues were fixed and resolved, which is why they marked "No" on the foundation issue section.  They fixed it; so it was no longer an issue.  If it came back, that is a new issue.  You and I know this is bogus, but to win in court you have to prove intent; and the builder can easily show they thought it was fixed.  Or, they might even be able to claim they were unaware - the repairs were from the previous owner, and were hidden so well HE and YOU didn't notice them.

So the next step is to meet with your home insurance agent.  As I mentioned above, if there have been any enviromental changes (a new house next door could have changed the underground water table flow or pressures, for example) you may be covered.  Even if there are no issues, you still may have a policy that allows for major repairs to be covered after a certian cost threshold, etc.  You'd be surprised at what your home owners insurance covers - find out first; they might have in house or low cost engineers who will do the initial inspection, etc.  They also will provide advice on your home sale; if they think you have a case against the Seller.

Best of luck on this issue.  Make sure any solution you pay for solves the cause (Stress on the wall), and doesn't just fix the results (cracks).


Foundation Repair reviews in Pittsburgh


From the initial contact to set up the first visit all the way through to final installation and work completion, it was a very smooth and pleasant transaction. We first met
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as he came to our house for a foundation inspection. He was very thorough in his inspection, taking measurements all along the way. He kept me informed all throughout the process as to what he was finding, explaining what measurements he was taking and why. Informed me of what they meant in regards to acceptable tolerances, also discussing possible causes and potential future issues. Once the problem was determined
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discussed our potential solutions for our problem, to both stop the issue that was occurring, and to correct it. Based on
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's recommendations, coupled with his findings, and my own research, we decided on the best solution for our situation. We proceeded to get a contract written up and signed for EFS to do the necessary work for us. Once the contract was in force, EFS was very proactive and informative in setting up the time for the work to be completed. Every contact with them was professional and courteous. Prior to the actual work being done they sent out
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, an engineer, to inspect the work site, take some of his own measurements, and to prepare for the precise installation that needed to be done.
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actually did a walkthrough of the job necessary, taking video of the area of repair, talking through it, so that he could then review it with the work crew that would be coming to do the actual work. I loved how thorough they were in preparation for the work to be done, it showed great attention to detail and the desire to do the work correctly the first time. When the scheduled day of the work came, the crew was on time. They were very pleasant and were completely prepared for the work that they had to do. The went to work immediately and were very efficient. As the work was in progress both
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eventually showed up on site and remained through the completion of the project. Once completed they reviewed with me what was done, explaining how the steel support system worked. They took initial base measurements after installation so that we could keep track of the process of correction as it occurred. They also explained that they would follow up and be back out to check on the installation and confirm the progress of improvement by the installed system. All in all, I think EFS is a great company. Every step of the way was smooth and easy. All of the people I met were professional and friendly. The work was fantastic. Oh, and they were very clean, they cleaned up the job site before they left, actually leaving it cleaner than before they had arrived. I'm very happy with them and would highly recommend them to anybody needing to have foundation work done.
- Francis S S.

It went very well. The owner,
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, performed the assessment. He communicated with me throughout the assessment to make sure I understood what he was doing. In the end, he told me that we did not have a problem with our foundation and likely never would. However, he did tell me what to watch for regarding exterior surface cracks in the face bricks. He was very professional.

This was a very thorough walk through of the way my house was built, and addressed several drainage opportunities I could take advantage of with minimal work around the foundation. The Keystone Team was exceptionally knowledgeable about the issue I was dealing with, and how I did not have to worry, given the way the house was constructed. They could have easily made a lot of money off me given my concerns.
- Gabriel S.

The gentleman arrived right on time, and he was very friendly. He offered some good advice and suggestions about how to manage some of the issues that were were having. Even though it turned out that his company did not specialize in the kind of work that was needed, he still provided us with a free estimate.
- Jonathan B.

My husband and I had
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come to our home for an estimate on waterproofing our basement. The salesman who came was very knowledgeable and well prepared. He took the time to explain exactly what would be done, how they do it, and even showed us the materials they use. He had a portfolio of professional organizations they belong to, letters of references, and he also had an iPad which had a brief video about their company. His presentation was a little too long – he was at my house for 2 hours!
They gave us a quote of $14,000 for interior french drains and a sump pump. I told the salesman that this system was out of my price range so then he proceeds to tell me about their financing and he starts calculating payments for me! When I saw those numbers I told him once again that it was something I could not afford. He then asked me why I didn’t want to use them and I said that they were too expensive. So then he tells me that if I sign up that day to be on their “stand by list” that he could knock off $2,000 from the price and then starts calculating that payment for me! Well obviously that was still too expensive. I
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’t know how many times I had to tell this man that I could not afford the system. At the end I felt like he was pressuring me
into signing a contract with them that day.
I told him that I had other companies coming out with quotes and that I would contact them if we wanted to use them. He asked me the names of those companies and I told him. He then searches in his bag and shows me the “materials” these other companies would be using. I
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’t think it was very professional of him to bash other companies when he doesn’t work for them.
They called a couple days later at home and my husband told the lady who called that they were too expensive and how I had felt like the salesman was pressuring me. The lady then offers for someone else to come out and give us a cheaper quote. We scheduled for them to come back, but then decided we were no longer interested in doing the project. I called to tell them this and they still keep calling me on my cell phone and at home every couple of days. These people do not listen.
- Kara W.

They were very accommodating. The appointment was scheduled for 1:00 p.m. and I ran into a work emergency that morning, and had to postpone it until 2:30 p.m., which they were able to do without any problem.
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was very knowledgeable and professional. he looked at our basement as well as the concrete back porch and determined that the scope of the work that needed to be done was something that
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did not handle. Despite the fact that his company could not do the work, he was very generous with his time and gave us some good recommendations as to how to fix the problem and what company might be able to assist us. He was very helpful as well as being honest about his company not being able to help us..
I was sorry to not be able to hire them for the job, but would definitely recommend them to others.
- bruce D.

From start to finish, we were very pleased with the thoroughness of the inspection to the timely submission of the bid to the completion of the work. The office staff also did a great job of keeping us updated throughout the process (
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was excellent to work with), and the president made a point to follow up with a phone call a week or so after the work was done. I got three estimates for the job and, although EFS' was the highest (not by much - approx. $100), my wife and I are very happy that we went with them. In addition, it's a big plus that the president is a licensed engineer and will certify his work with a stamped document. There's also a transferable 50-year warranty on the work, which provides peace of mind.
- Matthew V.

I could write a
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if I wanted to, but I will do my best to keep this short, but no promises. Expect a long read. I will start right off by saying be very wary of this company and their business practices. They push the promise of a far better system than anybody else can offer, and ask a premium price. Their sales tactics are extremely aggressive. And it is easy to get overwhelmed and in over your head. As of right now I had the system installed in September of 2013. It has been 6 months since the initial installation and I STILL have not resolved a problem with incorrect installation and I am finally giving up and filing a BBB complaint. So this has been going on for a while.

I failed
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in all categories but professionalism, because the installers were all very friendly. But to date my problem I still not resolved. I CANNOT recommend this company to anybody. don't buy their hype! Save your money!

Sales Experience (8-2-2013):

The salesman (
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) arrived at our house in the evening, which was nice. He looked at the basement, asked questions, and took some quick measurements. I told him I only wanted to do 2 of the 4 walls since one wall was an interior wall with the garage and the other was above grade. He said they would only do the work if they did the full perimeter, since he couldn't provide the warranty without it. After a bit, we then sat down to talk about what they would offer to do. He proceeded to talk for over 60 minutes on the system they install, why it is needed, and how it far exceeds what anybody else in the industry could offer. After the long spiel he quotes us a price of $14,000 to do a job every other basement guy quoted at less than $3500. I was taken aback. But I let him continue. After some discussion he said he could do us a favor and put us on their "standby list" for which he could drop the price down to $9987. He also offered 0% financing to soften the blow. My wife and I wanted to discuss it and think about it, and that's when the "hard sell" tactics began. He said the standby price was only good if we gave him an answer that night. He said they only offer one standby spot a month and he couldn't guarantee it if we didn't give him an answer right then on the spot. We should have walked away. But we didn't. We weighed the promise of the guarantee and full basement warranty versus a mom and pop operation. They also promised a far superior pump and system than anybody else. We bit and paid the 20% down he wanted at signing.

After the fact I learned through internet searches that they usually quote a price of 300% higher and you have to negotiate and be hard nosed to get it down. People being initially quoted $20+K were getting marked down to $7K after HARD negotiating. I had been SCAMMED.

Installation Day - Take One (9-2-2013):

The installation crew showed up in the window promised and I went over the plan with the foreman. We looked at the basement and garage and walked the outside of the house. He had to double check his work order because he was confused on why we were having the full basement done, since half the basement is above grade (just like I had said to
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). I told him because
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said it was all or nothing and it was required for the warranty. He shook his head and said no that was untrue. I was quite p***** at this point. The foreman was mad too. He was mad at his own company for taking advantage of me. I also learned that the standby deal was not a deal at all. He told me ALL of their jobs are "standby" jobs. We talked about it in length. I needed to reschedule anyways because there were baseboard heaters I needed to remove that
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originally said were OK. The foreman told me I should call the office back and renegotiate a new price (I am sorry to the foreman if this gets back to
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. I hate to put you and your job at risk, but at this point it needs said).

I called
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's offices that same day and complained about the hard sell and deceitful tactics of
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. I got a call back later from the general manager who apologizes and said he would come out personally to reevaluate the basement and give me a new quote. He came out a few days later and we renegotiated a price of $4300 to do just HALF of the basement. So I was still paying a HIGH PREMIUM, but it was a price I could live with.

Installation Day - Take Two (9-21-2013):

A new installation crew showed up and I went over the plans with the foreman. The installation required breaking up existing 1-ft vinyl tiles where the drain was to go. I planned on retiling myself when the work was done. They performed the work quickly and efficiently. They were very polite. They cleaned up really well when they were finished. I even tipped them before they left. They told me to give it a few days before walking on it. After they left and the concrete had time to cure I noticed some problems. I have some knowledge of concrete work and I noticed two problems:

1. Dusting problems: Too much water was used in the cement mix when leveling. This results in a week, powdery top coating of the cement surface, when the bleed water seeps to the top leaving excess paste on the surface. This made it impossible to
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tile adhesive down without first spending 5-6 hours attacking the surface with a wire brush (by hand and cylindrical drill brush).

2. Second problem was that the new concrete was a solid 1/8th inch too high all-around, with the differential equaling 1/4 inch or more near the corner with the sump pit. I know it doesn't seem like much, but you try retiling over an uneven surface. I called and asked about the issues and what they could do. They offered to come out and look at it the following week, however delays already put me behind schedule and I had to get the floor installed that weekend (within the next 24 hrs) to meet my schedule before I was to be laid up from surgery I had scheduled. I asked him to talk to the manager to discuss possible financial compensation to make up for the extra work needed by me to get my floor corrected. I never received a call back. I spent about 9-10 hours total that weekend grinding down the concrete to clean up the dusting issues to level it out. And I still couldn't get it perfectly level. So my basement has a permanent ridge around half the perimeter.

Pump not working, the Saga continues (11-22-2013 to present):

So I noticed after multiple heavy rains that the pump was not engaging. I attempted several tests to get the pump to kick on. First I filled the sump pit with a bucket. The pump never kicked on. (important to note that this pump uses a digital pressure sensor and not a float. They claimed to be better and more reliable) If I unplugged the pump and sensor, reset the sensor at the pressure port, and plugged it back in the pump would turn on...once and only once. So I filled the sump pit again, and once again it didn't turn on. I repeated this process several times. Each time I had to such on the pressure port for the sensor to get it to work. It would never go just on its own. I also tried filling the sump pit with a hose. It still never worked. I turned on the hose and let it run for an hour, all the time overflowing out of the sump pit and into my foundation. It still would never turn on. I called and explained this to
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and they said they would call me back on Monday to schedule a time and date for their guy
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to come out and look at the system.

I will skip ahead to a bit now. Their customer service is horrendous. Over the next 4 months there have been 6 scheduled appointments, of which the service guy,
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, showed up to only 3 of them. And only one of those missed appointment did he call (30min beforehand) to cancel. All appointments were during the middle of the day during the week, which means when I'm supposed to be at work. Almost every phone calls was initiated by me. I had to harass them to get them out each time. My main concern for these visits is that the pump is not turning on or that the water level required to kick on the sensor and start the pump is set too high. Currently the sump pit overflows until ground is fully saturated before the water level can raise high enough to turn on the pump. It SHOULD turn on before the water starts overflowing out of the sump pit. The whole point is to remove the water before it can fully saturate the foundation and raise the
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-water pressure. It is also important to note that the digital sensor they use is also NOT ADJUSTABLE.

* First visit was to check the system and replace the sensor. He couldn't get it to work, even with the new sensor.

* Second visit he came out with QC guy to check it (I wasn't present. My father-in-law covered for me). they were able to get it to work, but only after using the hose on full blast and letting the sump pit overflow for 20 minutes. I should also note that there were heavy rains for 2 days prior to the visit which helped to saturate the soil.

* Third visit they installed a completely new pump. A different kind of pump that is intended for
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regions. But it uses the same type of sensor, son it was doing the same thing. The hose would run on full power and the sump pit would overflow until the foundation was fully saturated. Only then could the water level raise high enough to engage the sensor.

Where we go from here:

Following the third and final visit, I was still not satisfied.
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said that he would have his manager call me to discuss the problem. It's been over 3 weeks and still no call. I have been very patent with them and allowed this to go for too long. I avoided the BBB knowing they usually only get involved when all communications have broken down.
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has blown me off long enough. Wish me luck.
- Kevin C.

Foundation Contractors in Pittsburgh

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order. To view top rated service providers along with reviews and ratings, Join Angie's List Now!

A Better Choice Inc

97 N Thompson Ln
North Huntingdon

A Capital chimney

6694 State Route 30

Advanced Basement Solutions

1200 Herminie W Newton Rd
West Newton

Akator Construction

374 Markle Rd

All Star Painting and Home Remodeling

1700 Field Ave

America's Basement Contractor

69 Chambers Ave



American Restoration Services

22 Rutgers Rd

ANG Development

333 blvd of the allies

AquaGuard Systems Inc

4240 Greensburg Pike


420 first street

Ark Basement Svc

532 Broadway Ave

Avelli Construction & Manufacturing Corp

300 Ohio River Blvd

Baker's Waterproofing

570 Carlton Dr

Bella Construction And Development Inc

13380 State Route 30
North Huntingdon

Brian McDade Construction

23 Oliver Street
Mc Donald

Brian Renne Masonry LLC

300 Ridge Church Rd



Carmello Construction LLC

1017 3rd St

Champion Waterproofing Inc

1216 Lowry Ave

Costa Custom Builders LLC

7711 Kifer Ln



Cron Masonry Pointing and Repair

949 14 the street

D-Bug Inc Waterproofing

109B Truxal Rd




East Butler

DP 7 Day Services Inc.

P.O Box 27042

Dr Dry Inc

2828 Saw Mill Run Blvd

Engineered Foundation Solutions

125 Technology Dr

Everdry Basement Waterproofing

1568 Mars Evans City Rd
Evans City

Foundation Station Inc

1224 Bushy Run Road

G & J Waterproofing

1120 N Saint Claire St

Gary J Miller Engineering Services

405 Hoodridge Drive

Graham Construction

4038 Franklin Road

Greensburg Electric

304 Harrison Ave

Gregor Construction

740 Churchill Road

Hall & Tillander Construction

228 old east butler rd.

Harbison Renovations

151 Milne Drive

HomeTown Construction

2000 Noble St

House & Building Engineering

132 Oakwood Ave

Isbir Construction & Landscape Corp

696 McKeesport Rd

J. McGrew Incorporated Contractors

70 Redds Mill Road

Justin James Excavating

117 Grey Oak Ln

JVC Contracting

1349 Barr Ave

Kaiser Construction

1133 Lantz Rd

king henrys home remodeling

107 martin drive apt 107

Klipa Contracting Company

10600 Sophia Ct
North Huntingdon






Eighty Four

LJM Contracting

6394 Poketa Rd

Lloyd Anthony Construction Inc.

3125 Willett Rd

Locy Construction Services

668 Ten Mile Rd


1717 Pennsylvania 228
Cranberry Township

Matthews Wall Anchor & Waterproofing Services

7250 Big Beaver Blvd
Beaver Falls

Merola Co

1927 Universal Rd

Michael Dawn Construction

1004 Colvin

Mid-Atlantic Systems of WPA, Inc.

9007 Rico Road

MJ'S Remodeling


Morow's Masonry Restoration

715 Lower Drennen Rd
New Kensington



Oliver Excavation & Constrution

261 Stoney Hill RD

On Point Restoration & Masonry Repairs

3112 Wild Grape Road
New Castle

PA Waterproofing

749 Florence Ave

Pampena Contracting, Inc.


Paner Construction

603 Farragut

Paragon Concrete Raising

221 Sygan Rd



Paul Turley

254 Whipple St

Pittsburgh Patios Inc.

230 MT. Pleasant RD

Pittsburgh Remodeling Co

3044 Industrial Blvd
Bethel Park

Pogo Construction

104 Pinoak Lane



Premier Resources Contracting

1705 Babcock Blvd.

R S Fountain Home Improvements

7402 Diamond Drive

Regenerative Restoration

28 Elizabeth St



Rick's Masonry & Concrete

1112 Minnesota Ave

Rolyn Companies

7 Crozerville Road

Russano Concracting

903 Spencer Ridge Dr

Russano Masonry

513 Berner St.

Ryan Shock Contracting

730 Chess St

Schaffner Maintenance

3341 Saxonburg Blvd

SL Contractors

1414 Fourth Ave
New Kensington

Slinks Masonry Inc

276 Murdocksvile Rd

Spraguerelli Construction

10 Union Avenue

SS Contracting

517 State Street

T.W. Services

1412 Brinton Rd.

Taylor Contracting, LLC

611 Girard Street

The Basement Guys - Pittsburgh

9 Evans St.

Three Rivers Property Management, LLC

6 Market Square

Tri State Development Inc

3706 5th Ave
North Versailles

Trim Tech construction

1557 Edgebrook Avenue

True Construction LLC

3305 Wallace Dr.

Urban Corporation - UCI

PO Box 183

Watershield Sunshield Inc

Mc Kees Rocks

wilhelm and harvey construction

514 Griffin St

Yates Contracting

Po Box 27056

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