Crawl Space Encapsulation, Basement Waterproofing, and Foundation Repair in Lafayette, Indiana
When something goes wrong in our homes, it’s important to know who to call to get problems fixed as expeditiously and professionally as possible. Based out of Indianapolis, Indiana Foundation Pros are the people you need to call should you be experiencing problems with basement water and/or a compromised foundation. At Indiana Foundation Pros we provide homeowners with comprehensive waterproofing and foundation repair solutions backed by over 15 years of professional experience.
If you have water entering your basement and have already ruled out external causes such as leaking or clogged gutters, it’s highly likely that moisture has actually started to permeate your basement walls and floor. While this is not a cause for panic, if left untreated the problem will only worsen. If you have caught the water problem in the early stages we can provide basement waterproofing services and in doing so effectively protect your property from more serious water related problems.
If your property has suffered from persistent water issues, a consequence of this might be that that moisture has already manifest in cracks and weaknesses in your home's foundations. Maybe you have just purchased a new property with a compromised foundations. Alternatively, maybe your property has suffered from foundation problems for a number of years but you weren’t aware of the severity of the situation until now. In either case, Indiana Foundation Pros can hep you with foundation repair services to stabilize a sinking foundation and prevent future damage.
Crawl Space Encapsulation
The crawl space beneath your home works to prevent moisture from entering your property and provide a stable base for your home. However, an unsealed crawl space can actually lead to humidity accumulating in this area and even result in mold and mildew growth. If you've got problems with your crawl space, we help Indiana homeowners with crawl space encapsulation in order to guard against excess moisture or pests from entering your home in the future.
About Lafayette, Indiana
Originally inhabited by Miami Indians known as the Ouiatenon or Weas, the area just south of present day Lafayette Indiana was originally settled by French fur trappers and merchants in 1717. Building Fort Ouiatenon on the Wabash River, the French settlement is still celebrated through annual festivals and reenactments. Later in 1825, Lafayette, as it is today, was platted as a town by a trader named William Digby, before later becoming the county seat of Tippecanoe County.
A significant shipping center, Lafayette is a hive of economic activity, notable businesses which operate out of Lafayette including Caterpillar, Cargill, and Subaru of Indiana.