Multiple-year winner of the Consumers' Choice Award, AquaGuard Foundation Solutions, a basement waterproofing, crawlspace drainage and encapsulation, foundation repair, and concrete leveling company, builds new facility to house its growing operation. Focused on future expansion, AquaGuard is confident the move will help it achieve all its future goals.
Although the move is a literal stone’s throw from its original location just west of the I-75 directly over to the highway’s east side, in reality, the company’s
Plans for the company’s new location began more than 5 years ago but actual construction commenced in early 2014. The new construction and subsequent move were propelled by the need to house a doubling of the number of company employees and the inability of the original location to support a rapidly growing operation.
The new facility boasts an abundance of open space, attractive offices and increased warehouse capacity. Along with the new and spacious environs, employees can now enjoy the amenities of a modern equipped lunch room and exercise facility.
AquaGuard Foundation Solutions was founded by Tom DiGregorio in 1995. DiGregorio was awarded the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s “2015 Businessman of the Year “award as well as other entrepreneurial accolades over the years. The company specializes in “all things foundations” such as repairing and waterproofing leaky basements, providing crawlspace encapsulation and structural repair to foundations and supporting walls. The company has gleaned recognition in addition to the Consumers’ Choice Award including Kudzu.com “Top Pick” awards, and the Better Business Bureau’s prestigious Torch Award.
AquaGuard’s Founder/President, Tom DiGregorio states, “At AquaGuard, our goal is to improve the lives of our employees, our customers
About The Consumers' Choice Award: Established in 1987, the Consumers' Choice Award® identifies and promotes businesses that deliver customer service excellence. The Consumers' Choice Award® has retained a leading independent research firm to conduct surveys in U.S. cities; Atlanta, Columbus, Cincinnati