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Foundation Repair

Alpha Foundation Specialists

Alpha Foundation Specialists is a full service foundation repair company that was established in North Florida in 2002.

We are Florida's premier foundation repair company providing affordable foundation piering systems, crawl space repair, crawl space moisture remediation and waterproofing, as well as lifting and leveling sunken concrete. We offer solutions for your residential, commercial or industrial projects.

We have serviced hundreds of residential and commercial foundations issues in new and repair applications. We strive to provide the highest quality products and service at the lowest possible price. At Alpha Foundation Specialists, both the customer and licensed technical support are part of the solution.

Services (click each item for more information)

- Foundation Repair

- Commercial Foundation Repair

- Crawl Space Repair

- About Us

Our Team (click each name for more information)

- Rick Malphurs - Foundation Inspector

- Joshua Griffin - Foundation Inspector

- Chris Hornbaker - Foundation Inspector

- Trey Sumner - Foundation Inspector

- Eric Zegle - Foundation Inspector


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Give us call for at 1-800-714-3020 for a FREE, no-obligation quote on all foundation repair and crawl space estimate. Or click here to submit your request via our website.

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  • From Esposito Garden Center

    How should I take care of the Gardenias that I was given?

    Gardenias do best here in light to moderate shade when planted in moist yet well drained soil. Fertilize them with Esposito's 5-4-7 in March, June, and August. The most troublesome pest of Gardenias is the Whitefly. Control Whiteflies by spraying the undersides of the leaves with SunSpray Ultra-fine Oil. This spray should be repeated 3 weeks later. Gardenias need little pruning if some erratic branches develop prune them after flowering. Check your Gardenias often during dry weather to see if they need watering.

  • From Fiorini Chiropractic Center, P.A.

    What is the treatment like?

    The Chiropractic "adjustments" are short gentle thrusts delivered to specific areas of the spine or other joints. These adjustments correct misalignments, reduce joint fixations, and improve mobility and flexibility of the spine and relieve pressure on sensitive irritated tissues which in turn helps reduce the pain and other symptoms such as nerve "pinching".
    In addition to the specific chiropractic adjustments, a patient may receive physio-therapy to the affected soft tissues (e.g. muscles, ligaments and/or tendons) in an effort to reduce pain, inflammation and muscle spasm, and also to promote soft tissue healing.

  • From The Sleep Gallery

    What is the difference between a box spring and a foundation?

    A foundation is like a solid platform that rests underneath a mattress and a box spring has coils in it and acts as a shock absorber to help share the wear and tear of your mattress. Either way when you buy a new mattress it’s best to get a new box spring or foundation with it.

  • From Awards4U

    I already have an open credit account. How can I complete my order without using a credit card?

    When selecting a Payment Method, simply select the Purchase Order option and enter your account number and/or the purchase order number in the space provided. Follow the instructions there and use the “Comments” text box to inform us you would like the order billed to your account. Only persons authorized on the credit application will be allowed to place orders or charges against any account.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    When should I prune back my hybrid tea roses hard?

    Late January and early February are ideal times to give them their first pruning of the year. Remove all dead canes, broken wood, diseased canes and small skinny canes. Also remove any canes growing toward the center of the bush to keep the center open. Save only 4 of 5 of the strongest canes and cut them back at about knee height. Make the cuts at a 45 degree angle about one quarter of an inch above outward facing buds. Be sure to use sharp clippers and to dip the blades in alcohol between cuts.