Tylersville, Ohio

The Dwyer Company

The Dwyer Company

6083 Schumacher Park Dr
West Chester, OH 45069
(513) 777-0998
The Dwyer Company, Geotechnical Engineers, Services, West Chester, Ohio

With proven performance serving Lexington and Louisville, KY, as well as West Chester, OH, since 1973, The Dwyer Company is well-recognized as one of the largest concrete lifting, foundation repair, soil stabilization, and waterproofing companies in the US!

Specializing in both commercial and residential properties, the knowledgeable team is able to tackle projects of all sizes, and since they understand the importance of your investment, they offer a wide array of financing options to fit your needs. Communication is a foundation of this successful business, so don't hesitate to ask the staff about any questions or concerns you might have.

They're always available to work with customers, so you understand the work being performed and are fully satisfied with the finished project. When deep foundation repair or underpinning is required, the company develops solutions to get your home or business up-and-running again. With quality and safety as their top priority, they leave no project behind, completing every job efficiently and within the budget.

Specializing in shotcrete, slab jacking, and concrete lifting, The Dwyer Company's experts have developed many of their own technologies and projects used for foundation repair and concrete lifting projects in its own 20,000 square foot manufacturing facility. With pre-engineered solutions, you can rest assured your home or business is in the care of experienced professionals. All patented, pre-engineered systems are only installed by the most knowledgeable staff, so customers have confidence in every job completed.

With an experienced team, an unbeatable reputation, the ability to tackle commercial and residential projects of any size, and locations across the country, The Dwyer Company is your one-stop shop for concrete lifting, foundation repair, soil stabilization, and waterproofing. To learn more about this state-of-the-art business and their wide range of services, visit them online. You can also call the Lexington, Kentucky location at 859-231-0998, the Louisville, KY, location at (502) 489-5438, or the West Chester, OH, location at (513) 777-0998 to schedule your free estimate today.

Announcements & Events from The Dwyer Company
Project Spotlight: Great American Ballpark, West Chester, Ohio
In July 2015, Cincinnati, OH, had the privilege of hosting the 86th Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Great American Ballpark. To prepare for this exciting event, the Reds put $...read more
How Concrete Lifting Pros Saved a Target® Store in West Chester, OH, West Chester, Ohio
Before contractors even started installing the roof trusses on a new Target® building at the Voice of America Mall in West Chester, Ohio, the foundation unexpectedly failed. Lar...read more
What Is Steel Piering for Foundation Repair?, West Chester, Ohio
When a building is constructed on poor soil or a landfill, significant structural damage can result from foundation shifting or settling. Whether your home, industrial faci...read more
Techniques Used to Fix Bowed Walls , West Chester, Ohio
Unstable soil can create a number of serious problems for a basement. One of the most common issues it causes is bowed walls. As a home’s foundation, walls are bombarded with excessi...read more
Dwyer Company Presents Engineering Seminars by a Leading Foundation Repair & Construction Expert, West Chester, Ohio
As one of the nation’s leading foundation repair, concrete lifting, and soil stabilization experts, Dwyer Company in Ohio and Kentucky prides itself on their expertise with cutt...read more
When a construction project calls for a deep foundation instead of a shallow one, the contractor in charge will most likely turn to micropiles. Micropiles are sturdy structural eleme...read more
Although the initial signs may not be obvious, small amounts of moisture leaking into your basement can damage the foundation of your home and even destabilize the entire structure. ...read more
It can be very alarming to discover bowed walls inside of your home. The sight of those otherwise sturdy walls suddenly buckling under pressure may be unnerving, but the good news is...read more
Foundation repairs can be extremely costly and disruptive, especially if the damage is extensive. Fortunately, most damage is related to water penetration and erosion, which can be p...read more
When it comes to foundation repairs, there are few different procedures specialists can utilize, depending on the specific needs of the structure in question. But what exactly are th...read more
If you’ve noticed cracks or unevenness in your sidewalks, driveway, porch, or other surfaces, you may be dealing with sinking concrete. It sounds like an expensive problem to fix, bu...read more
Many homeowners struggle with damp basements and constantly dread the possibility of dealing with a flood one day. Excessive moisture can cause major damage and lead to costly repair...read more
Among the many types of home improvement issues, foundation repairs often seem the most daunting. After all, they are responsible for holding up the entire structure. Although d...read more
Unless you’re a construction expert or building engineer, you most likely haven’t heard much about helical piles, but Kentucky’s The Dwyer Company team wants you to know they ha...read more
A strong and deep foundation is essential when building a wide variety of structures, and there are numerous ways this can be accomplished. One of the preferred options for many buil...read more
Sinking concrete can be unsightly and potentially hazardous depending on its location. The good news is, you may not need to redo concrete altogether. Instead, slabjacking is a ...read more
From time to time, the walls of an older or damaged home may begin to curve or bend. This effect—commonly referred to as bowed walls—can occur on upper or lower levels and may affect...read more
Whether you’re repairing your home’s driveway or building an entirely new structure for your business, concrete can offer the reliable solution you need. But while a traditional conc...read more
Your home is a significant investment. Accordingly, any issues must be remedied immediately to ensure your investment remains sound. This is certainly true of foundation repair, and ...read more
Water damage is one of the worst calamities that can befall a home because it can lead to costly foundation repairs, mold remediation, and electrical fixes. One of the most effe...read more
As the leading foundation repair company in both Lexington and Louisville, KY, as well as West Chester, OH, The Dwyer Company has completed many projects over the last 44 years. From...read more
As one of the largest geotechnical and structural specialty services companies in the United States, The Dwyer Company has a history of completing high-profile projects with qua...read more
Although every aspect of a new construction project is important, the way you build the foundation tops the list. A solid base will prevent the structure from shifting when met ...read more
No matter how well you keep your home, if the foundation begins to fail, it will lead to disaster. The staff at Dwyer Company advises for the concrete repair to be performed imm...read more
Whether at your home or workplace, unstable foundations are concerning. An unreliable foundation might sink or shift and affect the integrity of your property’s structure. Fortunatel...read more
Since its construction in 1925, Brookings School stood as a significant symbol of Springfield, MA, history. Unfortunately, the 2011 New England tornado outbreak struck the city, leav...read more
The Dwyer Company Inc., based in Lexington, KY, has a reputation as one of the largest structural service companies in the United States. As a result, they have been chosen to work o...read more
Even concrete—one of the toughest building materials available—doesn’t last forever. Time, weather, and heavy use can cause concrete surfaces to crumble and crack, but with the right...read more
Your basement helps maintain the integrity of your entire structure, and when it weakens, your entire home is put at risk. One of the main issues that occur with sub-levels is b...read more
Certain soil issues and soil composition can affect your home’s foundation, leading to shifting, cracking, and windows and doors that stick. One way to remedy common soil troubles af...read more
Foundation repair isn’t always a matter of adding concrete to cracks. Sometimes, re-pouring the damaged section will bear a stronger result. However, there are a few import...read more
If you've noticed cracks or any other signs of a shifting foundation, it's time for foundation repair. This process provides additional support for sagging floors, restoring strength...read more
Shotcrete is the process of spraying concrete through a high-pressure hose to complete large-scale construction projects efficiently. According to the professionals at Dwyer Company,...read more
For current and prospective homeowners, learning about different types of foundations is useful. If you’re planning to build a home, it will help you determine which type of foundati...read more
Sometimes, after the concrete has been laid, the earth beneath it settles, and the concrete slab sinks out of alignment with the rest of the walk, patio, or garage floor. This n...read more
If you have cracks in the floors and walls of your home, this could be a sign of structural damage or foundation problems. As a homeowner, it’s important to recognize the various typ...read more
Soil stabilization is the process of strengthening soil to support the weight of construction on the surface. Oftentimes, stabilization also helps keep soil from swelling from enviro...read more
Whether you use your basement for storage, work, or play, keep the subterranean space dry by learning about the most common causes of flooding. Water infiltrates your basement in a v...read more
When you notice your concrete has become sunken or damaged, you’re faced with two options for repair. You can have a specialist remove the slab and pour new concrete, or you can opt ...read more
The first sign of cracks and distortion in the walls or floor of a building should be investigated for an underlying cause of foundation damage. The building’s property value will sw...read more
Slab jacking, also known as "mud jacking" and "pressure grouting," is a technique used to raise and level large concrete slabs. It requires drilling a hole through the concrete and i...read more
If you’re looking for a way to add extra support to a structure’s foundation, you should consider installing micropiles. But what are they? Here, the team at The Dwyer Comp...read more
Few building maintenance issues are more alarming than bowed walls. The concrete repair team at The Dwyer Company, with locations in West Chester, OH, and Louisville and Lexingt...read more
Underpinning helps strengthen a building’s stability when its current foundation is unable to perform this function on its own. Frequently used to restore old buildings, underpinning...read more
Sometimes, small cracks in your walls are a minor cosmetic problem, or they could represent a major problem that could take tens of thousands of dollars to repair. Of course, the soo...read more
It doesn’t matter if you need your steps replaced or require emergency foundation repairs — finding a concrete repair company you can trust isn’t easy, which is why The Dwyer Company...read more
Of the many tasks required to take care of your property, it’s understandable if basement waterproofing may initially slip your mind. However, as anyone who has worked with The Dwyer...read more
As a leading foundation repair service in Lexington and Louisville, KY, The Dwyer Company is committed to helping property owners understand their best options for restoring their ho...read more
Kentucky and Ohio’s heavy rainfall can damage your property’s foundation, which is why the team at The Dwyer Company believes you should get basement waterproofing before there’s a p...read more
There is nothing more important to the safety of your home than its foundation. Your entire house sits on top of it, so even a small crack is a big problem. At Dwyer Compan...read more
In the past, concrete lifting was reserved for airport runways and highway slabs, but it’s now a common service offered to residential property owners. It works by drilling holes int...read more
Slabjacking is a method of concrete repair used to level sinking surfaces through a minimally disruptive process. To lift the concrete, a technician will drill holes into the surface...read more
Micropiles are deep foundation elements that are most commonly designed with high-strength steel reinforcement to resist structural loading. While capacities vary, one major constant...read more
Underpinning is essential to an existing structure’s stability. The goal of underpinning a property is to provide a strong foundation on which it can rest. In many cases, the or...read more
Basement waterproofing is a great idea when you want to protect your home from the dangers of flooding, but there are a few instances when it’s crucial. The Dwyer Company w...read more
If you’re in need of foundation repair service, you’re essentially looking to hire someone to keep your home or business stable for years to come. As such, the experts at The Dwyer C...read more
The condition of a home or building’s foundation has a significant effect on the entire structure. A durable and stable foundation can prevent flooding, moisture, and the need f...read more
Does your business’ foundation require an underpinning? Is your home’s basement getting wet from leaky pipes or cracks in your floor? For customers in Lexington, KY, L...read more
When you think of home repair, you probably imagine correcting a plumbing issue or replacing a broken window, but just like any other part of a house, its foundation may need ma...read more
Structural problems in any home, especially those involving the foundation, can progressively worsen, severely affect the livability and property value. The ...read more
Many homeowners experience sunken concrete slabs on their property, causing trip hazards, cracks, and pooling water in walkways, patios, sidewalks, and driveways. Fortunately, t...read more
If you’re in the market for a foundation repair, it’s imperative for you to seek the help of a professional. The foundation repair experts at Dwyer Company in Lexington, Lo...read more
A leaky basement poses many problems for homeowners. At first, it may seem like a minor issue where you're only worried about mold and mildew. The Dwyer Company in Cincinnati, O...read more