Upon arriving at my appointment, I was greeted by the father of the homeowner. Beth and Jamie both had to work during the day and since their father was retired, they decided to have me meet with him. He was an extremely pleasant man with many questions and concerns about his daughter’s home. After thoroughly assessing both inside and outside, I concluded that Beth and Jamie’s garage wall was bowing inward roughly 1’’. I explained to the father how often this situation occurs in the particular region and explained to him the process I would use to fix the problem. By installing four plate anchors on the back garage wall, we were able to regain the structural integrity of the wall. This process took half of a work day to complete and was much less expensive than the owner had anticipated. Beth was so thrilled with the quality of work performed that she asked me to personally praise the foreman of her job for going above and beyond what she could have ever expected. As you can see from these before and after pictures, the damage caused by installing wall anchors is minimal, to say the least. At Matthews Wall Anchor, each home is cared for as if it was our own. We make it our priority to complete a job that is as flawless as conditions allow. In this particular case, one of the only ways the yard looks any different after installation is a few painted marks on the grass where the holes were dug.