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HOW AMERICAN FOUNDATION & BASEMENT REPAIRS IS RESPONDING TO THE CORONAVIRUS

American Foundation & Basement Repairs, LLC has continued to follow the data about the coronavirus, or COVID-19. We are committed to ensuring that procedures are in place to effectively defend against transmission to the best of our ability.

In relation to COVID-19, American Foundation echoes recommendations from OSHA and CDC, which include:

  • Employees practicing proper infection control and sterilization measures
  • Employees are required to frequently wash hands with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching their eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid shaking hands
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Stay home when they are sick, and see a doctor immediately to be evaluated for COVID-19
  • If an employee becomes infected, we insist that he or she fully recovers before returning to work, and any employees who have traveled to areas with heightened levels of exposure are required to self-quarantine for 14 days

At this time, American Foundation & Basement Repairs, LLC is proceeding with inspections and projects as previously scheduled. We will continue to follow all government updates, guidance and reports, as well as local officials' and health departments' reports. Our clients and the general public will be provided updates to our operational status as necessary.

We are aware that some of our clients may experience financial hardship as a result of the Coronavirus. If you are impacted, please contact us to discuss how we can assist you in obtaining financing options.

Rest assured that the health and safety of our client's, their homes and the communities we serve are of paramount importance to all of us at American Foundation

Visit the CDC website for more information on the Coronavirus
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Sidewalk Raising

American Foundation & Basement Repairs, LLC can provide you with fast, professional, and affordable sidewalk raising as part of our concrete raising services for your Knoxville, Chattanooga, Asheville, Johnson City, Cookeville, or Tri Cities area home. You care a lot about what both the inside and outside of your home look like. If you had a broken window, you know for sure that you would get it fixed immediately. If you had a patch on your roof that was missing shingles or leaking, you would call someone as soon as you noticed it to get it fixed.

The same should go for damaged sidewalks, as well. If you notice any concrete sidewalk surface around your home sinking into the earth, you need to contact us ASAP to get it taken care of. Think of how much foot traffic this sidewalk sees on a daily or weekly basis - it's probably a lot!

PolyLEVEL Before and After

Since this sidewalk is on your property, you are liable if someone happens to get injured while using it. If the sidewalk is unlevel in certain areas and has some parts that are higher or lower than others, this can be a dangerous tripping hazard. You don't want yourself, a family member, or a visitor to your home to fall down and get hurt. To prevent a situation like this from happening, make sure that you let AFBR take care of your concrete repair work. We use one of tow methods to do the repairs; mudjacking or our new process using the PolyLEVEL system. We have fixed countless damaged concrete surfaces all over the region, and we are looking forward to helping you next!

Please feel free to call us for more information about sidewalk raising services. We look forward to talking with you soon!

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