Egress Window Wells

Our egress window wells allow for natural light to shine into your basement.  They also meet all U.S. building code requirements and guarantee easy escape in an emergency situation. Our  egress window wells are extremely durable and are relatively maintenance free after installation.  These models are quick and easy to set up, while also being able to attach to any standard window buck (or foundation wall).  Each part slides together allowing the egress window wells to fit an appropriate height for your home. Window well cover options are available. We also offer egress basement entrance options to fit all your basement egress needs.

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ScapeWEL Window Well

ScapeWEL Planter Window Well design model has a unique step design that makes climbing out of a basement easier than with a typical window well. The most interesting aspect of the planter design is its landscaping properties. This window well allows you to insert plants into each step in order to visually enhance the window.


Bilco StakWEL

StakWEL Modular Window Well design uses grip step technology, similar to that of a ladder, in order to make climbing out of a basement easier than with a typical window well.

Our Services

Interested in learning more about our egress window wells, Foundation Medix and the foundation repair services we provide, call our office at 877-419-8471 or Contact Us for all your foundation and basement structural issues. We are foundation repair experts!

Serving Virginia and the District of Columbia with offices in Alexandria, Fredericksburg and Richmond, Virginia.


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***** "They gave me a fair quote that included some necessary work that the other quotes did not including hooking up the electrical and repairing drywall. The guys were very neat did a great job and the left the worksite clean and tidy. The company also followed up with me after the job was done. Very happy, but it hasn't rained yet so I haven't been able to evaluate if the flooding problem has been solved or not." - Colleen F. in Sterling, VA