2016 EBSCO Research Best Pick
678-329-2151

Anglin's Foundation & Masonry Repairs

12th year as a Best Pick

  • A-Rated
  • Verified General Liability
  • Verified Workers' Comp

We've been a full-service, local, family-owned-and-operated foundation repair company since 1930. We are a one-stop shop—we do it all, so you don't have to hire a mason separately. We bring a lifetime of experience to our foundation repairs and back them with a lifetime transferable warranty.

John L. Anglin | Owner & Operator

Areas Served:

North Atlanta, Cherokee, Dunwoody/Sandy Springs, Gwinnett/East Metro, Roswell/Alpharetta, Cobb/Marietta

  • Services Offered
    Anglin's Foundation & Masonry Repairs stabilizes settling and sinking foundations as well as leaning and sinking chimneys with push piers or helical piers. The company repairs leaning or bowed basement walls with steel I-beams or tiebacks. Anglin's also stabilizes deck post footings.
  • Services Not Offered
    Anglin's does not offer mudjacking, waterproofing, or the repair of other water-related issues.
  • Warranty
    In most cases, the company provides a lifetime transferable warranty on foundation repairs.
  • Company History
    Olin Anglin founded the local company in 1930, and it has remained family owned and operated ever since. His son, John Anglin, took over the business in 1960.
  • Employee Information
    According to John, most employees have been with Anglin's for more than 15 years.

Select Quotes from Customer Interviews

A selection of 289 homeowner reviews:


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It was excellent. They know what they are doing, and when they came out and explained what they would do, they seemed to be competent. I cross-referenced what they told me with a civil engineer that I rely on, and the civil engineer said it was right on target. Then, I had the work done, and it was excellent. They put a pier system under a chimney that was sinking and starting to separate from the house. They lifted it up a few inches so that it would stay stable. When they did the job, it took half or three-quarters of a day—it was in line with or faster than what was usual. I don't live at that site, so I went over to talk to the workers to see what they were doing, and that gave me a good feeling as well. I would give an A grade to them.
I liked that Anglin's came in and did the work without upsetting the plantings. It was hard to get through some of the bushes to where they needed to work, but when they left, it looked like they had never been there except that the problem with the foundation was gone. They were working on a builder issue—the ground had not been compacted, and our interior screened porch was sagging. Its footing was not resting on anything, and they had to put in two piers that lifted it back up about an inch and stabilized it. I chose Anglin's because I had done some reading about them, and I checked their website and then made a few calls to people that had used them before. Plus, I looked at the technology that they were using, and I thought theirs would be the best in the long term. I would grade them as an A.
Anglin's showed up when they said they would. They explained the job pretty thoroughly. They came up with a bid and stuck to it, and they did the work as promised, so I was satisfied. They installed some piers. I'd give them an A on their work.
Anglin's repaired the foundation of my house last year. I dealt with the owner. I chose them because of their ratings, and I would absolutely use them again. They get an A from me.
They did foundation work. Their customer service was really good. I worked with Mr. Anglin himself—he came out to the house twice and did a good job. He surveyed the task and got to work. I chose Anglin's because I was looking for a full-service company, and a lot of foundation repair companies don't also do brick work, but Anglin's does. I had also gotten three estimates from all the major players. They were all quoting me drastically different things. When the work needed to be done, I called an engineer, and I asked him, 'Who do you recommend?' He said, 'Anglin's.' They deserve an A.
They did leveling for me. Their customer service was good. I chose them because they had worker's comp and insurance. I'd give them an A, and I would use them again.
We had a room added to the back of our house, and it was sinking on one side. Anglin's put some piers down in the ground and jacked it up, and it seemed to get the problem with our house fixed. We didn't have any interaction with them—we called them, they came to check it out, and then they came back and fixed it. I would assume it's A work.
We had a good experience with Anglin's. They seem to be professional, and they did everything that they were supposed to do. We were happy. They jacked up the garage and founded it in the bedrock. The job took less than a day, and they cleaned up after themselves. I'd give them an A.
Anglin's put in a foundation under the fireplace to help support it. It only took one day, and it seemed like they did everything that they said they were going to do. I don't remember anything negative about their customer service. They get an A from me.
Anglin's did a good job. They raised my foundation back up. I needed it done, and it probably took about a day to do it. I would grade them as an A.
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