Typically the older a structure is, the less of a foundation it has. Early settlers often built on shallow stone walls that seldom went more than a foot into the ground. These rubble foundations often collapse over the years. We have lots of experience in rubble foundation restoration.
Some antique homes have shallow foundations with only crawl spaces under the floors. One leaky pipe in that area of the house and you may get blacklisted by all the plumbers in town. We can dig under sections of houses and install full basements.
We have lots of experience in jacking up barns and completely replacing their foundations with poured concrete.
Concrete foundation can be faced with a stone veneer. This combines the structural integrity of a concrete foundation with the look of stone for a fraction of the cost of building a new all stone foundation.