Crawl Space Repair, Basement Waterproofing, and Foundation Repair in Greensburg, Indiana
Basement and foundation problems are the bane of property owners all across Indiana. Thankfully, at Indiana Foundation Pros we have over 15 years experience waterproofing basements and repairing problematic foundations. Our team is trained to properly evaluate nearly every problem that a basement, crawl space, or foundation can face and develop a solution to those problems.
If your basement experiences water problems during heavy rains or the spring snow melt, it's important to act quickly to look at the basement to determine if we need to install a basement waterproofing system to keep the water out. At Indiana Foundation Pros, we will assess your basement and work quickly to waterproof your basement in order to prevent further water damage and reduce the risk of mold and mildew growth.
Many homes in the area suffer from foundation problems as a result of soil settling and the foundation sinking. While this is a serious issue which over time can lead to homes becoming unfit for habitation, it is a problem that we have permanent solutions for. In order to protect your home and what is likely your families biggest financial investment, we provide an extensive range of foundation repair services to help keep your home safe and stabilized.
Crawl Space Repair
The crawl space beneath you home provides an added layer of insulation and prevents moisture from creeping up into your home's lower levels. However, an unsealed crawl space can lead to the accumulation of humidity and even pests taking residence in your home. If your home has a crawl space that is having problems, we provide crawl space encapsulation services designed to keep pests at bay and prevent excess humidity from harboring the growth of mold and mildew.
About Greensburg, Indiana
Named after Greensburg in Pennsylvania, Greensburg Indiana was first laid out in 1822. Since then the city has become something of a tourist attraction due to the tendency for trees to grow out of the roof of the local courthouse. To date, there is one remaining tree which is consistently noted as something of a botanical mystery.