We Also Build Strong & Long-Lasting Masonry Foundations!

A home is only as good as its foundation, and when its foundation is built by the team at Oosting Construction, LLC., it’s as good as it gets. We have decades of masonry experience, and have constructed countless foundations throughout the Northeast. If you’re looking to equip your new home with a strong foundation that will serve it well for years and years and years, call on Oosting Construction.

Foundations

We’re Dedicated & Experienced

Here at Oosting Construction, LLC., our masons are expertly trained and have extensive industry experience. We understand the importance of getting the foundation right the first time, which is why we never rush a job or produce sloppy work. We use only the best and most proven methods, materials, and tools, and bring our best to every job. With an Oosting mason, you know you’re getting experience, attention to detail, and a crew that’s dedicated to customer satisfaction.

We Stay Up To Date On All Building Codes

The last thing you want is to lay a foundation that violates building codes and has to be completely redone. That’s why you want to leave your foundation to the pros. Our masons stay up to date on all of the latest building codes and methods, and can make sure that your foundation is built to specs.

We’ll take into consideration clearance from slopes, frost line, etc. so that you can be confident in the foundation of your new home. When you build with Oosting, you can rest assured that your foundation is properly laid and built to code, guaranteed.

Call On Oosting For A Firm Foundation!

For all of your interior and exterior masonry needs, you can count on us to get the job done right.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled masons, please give us a call at 201-447-0787 or click here. We’ll make sure that your new home is off to a good start and equipped to last through years of rough weather.

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Midland Park, NJ

 Awards & Associations

International Preservation Studies Center