Welcome To Falcone Crawl Space & Structural Repair
Serving the Carolinas and Georgia
No one replaces more rotted beam
than Falcone Crawl Space & Structural Repair.
Call Falcone today toll-free at (866)651-8989 or click here for more ways to contact the Falcone team.
Falcone Crawl Space & Structural Repair is a family-owned business specializing in crawl space repair and other structural repair services throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.
Crawl space repair is our specialty, including band sill, girder, joist and sub-floor replacement, pier support installation, vapor barrier and floor insulation installation, helical pier installation and other foundation repair services. We also have crews dedicated to drainage and waterproofing, including sump pump installation, interior drains, exterior drains, French drains and downspout extensions.
Whether you have termite damage, water damage or dry rot, Falcone Crawl Space can replace you home’s rotted beam. Termite-damaged and moisture-damaged wood is common here in the Southeast, but Falcone Crawl Space can help.
Are your floors settling? Shaking, uneven, sloped floors can be fixed with additional floor supports or a shim & adjust service from Falcone Crawl Space.
Please contact Falcone Crawl Space today at (866)651-8989 to schedule a consultation and receive a free, written quote for structural repair services.
Crawl Space Repair News
Summer Training 2014
In an effort to provide more training opportunities for our team members over the bust summer months we started hosting monthly, optional, paid training sessions on Saturdays. At the June 2014 Saturday School event crew members completed classroom training for vapor barrier, insulation and ventilation system installations before eating a catered lunch from Moe’s. In July 2014 the training sessions included Piers, Drop Girders and Sump Pumps and Interior Drains. After training was complete Fred grilled lunch for the team. Our entire team participated in a “Team Day” on Monday, July 29, with a packed schedule of training then a Dodgeball tournament after lunch from Second Helping Charlotte. Our next “Team Day” in October 2014 will take place at the NASCAR Hall of Fame!
Melting Snow and Ice Can Affect Your Foundation
Joe from Falcone Crawl Space was interviewed by News14 on February 19, 2014. The reporter asked how melting snow and ice can affect your home, and Joe shared some helpful tips. Click this link to read about his interview.
Meet Megan, Falcone’s Customer Service and Office Manager
Many of our Falcone team members have introductory videos posted on Falcone’s YouTube channel. Click on the play button below to learn more about Megan.
Falcone Crawl Space repairing National Register-listed building in South Carolina
Falcone Crawl Space & Structural Repair is turning a neglected 1893-built structure into its Upcountry office. Purchased from the Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation, this historic rehabilitation project showcases Falcone Crawl Space’s ability to do bandsill replacement with reclaimed beams.
Click here to read an article in Greenville News about the restoration kickoff from January 2012. The building, sitting proudly at the corner of Hester Store Road and Thomas Mill Road in Pickens County, South Carolina was entered in the National Register of Historic Places on February 20, 2013.
The 2,000 square foot building will reopen in 2014.
More details are available on the Hester Store Facebook page or by calling 864-558-7100.
Award-Winning Foundation Repair 2014
Falcone has earned 136 awards for foundation repair and waterproofing.
Best Places to Work Nominee 2014
Falcone Crawl Space is a great place to work!
Even though it’s a “Dirty Job,” our dedicated crawl space repair team enjoys serving homeowners in NC, SC and GA. Based on an employee satisfaction survey, Falcone Crawl Space was named a “Best Places to Work 2012″ small business award winner fortwo years, and has been nominated again for 2014. Click here for the Charlotte Business Journal announcement from 10.08.12; the special feature was printed in the November 16, 2012 edition.