2016 EBSCO Research Best Pick

Atlas Piers of Atlanta, Inc.

16th year as a Best Pick

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

Ultimately, it comes down to one very important question—who is best qualified to permanently repair your foundation? Our vast experience, use of only the highest-quality products, reputation for honesty and integrity, and dedication to educating consumers are the reasons so many homeowners choose us.

Wayne Farris | Founder & President

Areas Served:

North Atlanta, Cherokee, Dunwoody/Sandy Springs, Gwinnett/East Metro, Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek & Cumming, Cobb/Marietta

  • Services Offered
    Atlas Piers of Atlanta, Inc., provides residential and commercial foundation and piering services. The company installs helical and resistance pier underpinning systems, helical tiebacks, carbon fiber reinforcement repair for failing walls, and soil nails for shoring applications. The company also performs crack injection repair.
  • Services Not Offered
    The company does not offer waterproofing services.
  • Warranty
    Atlas Piers of Atlanta provides a fully transferable 50-year warranty.
  • Company History
    Founded by Wayne Farris in 1989, Atlas Piers is a locally owned-and-operated company that focuses exclusively on foundation repair.
  • Additional Information
    According to Wayne, Atlas Piers is intentionally structured so that all project estimators are salaried employees and do not receive sales commissions for the services they provide.

Select Quotes from Customer Interviews

A selection of 228 homeowner reviews:


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The guy who came out was very professional. He knew what he was doing and did not try to oversell me. I have a sinkhole in my backyard, and he put in a pier to support one end of the foundation of my house. The contractor who was digging up my sinkhole worked with Atlas Piers, so I thought it would be wise to use them, too. I would grade them as an A+.
They were responsive, kept it simple, and had clear communication. They drilled piers to support the existing foundation. They came recommended. I would rate them as an A+.
I called Atlas Piers for a consultation on a foundation issue, and I was happy with their work. They were prompt, and I felt they were trustworthy and gave me the information that I needed. I'll give them an A.
Before I owned the home, their work was part of the negotiations with the seller. It was part of the negotiations that they had to fix the supports for us, and Atlas Piers did the work. They did a fine job. I had no complaints at all. It's been almost three years. They were absolutely fine. I would give them an A. They had an engineer come out and check it, and it was good.
Atlas Piers has done work for me in the past. They came when they were supposed to, and they did the job they were paid to do. They did some piering in a house for me. I'd give them an A rating.
They were very nice and responsive, and I liked everything about them. They jacked up the foundation. I chose them because of their expertise. They're an A.
They did exactly what they said they were going to do—they fixed a foundation settlement issue on a house I used to have. They were recommended to me by the purchaser of my home and by the inspector that did the home inspection. I would give them an A.
They were prompt and courteous, and they told us exactly what was going on. They brought our chimney back up into place—it was leaning, so they put a new foundation under it and piered up the foundation underneath it. I'd grade them as an A.
They got the job done in a timely manner. They did the piers under the foundation. I chose them because of their reputation. Atlas Piers gets an A.
Atlas Piers did a good job. They fixed the problem. I looked at three different bids, and they had more of an industrial strength solution because they did residential and commercial work. I felt very comfortable that they were going to get the job done. I didn't want to take the risk of using another firm that didn't use as robust a pier. I thought that I would hate to spend all the money and find out they didn't actually fix it. They had to dig a lot deeper than I thought they were going to, but I guess that's not their fault.

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