Crawl Space Encapsulation & Repair, Basement Waterproofing, and Foundation Repair in Martinsville, Indiana
Excess moisture and weakened foundations are the chief concerns of most Indiana homeowners. Serving Martinsville and communities all across Indiana, the team at Indiana Foundation Pros is committed to helping homeowners resolve these problems. Indiana Foundation Pros has over 15 years experience waterproofing compromised basements and carrying out full foundation repair and replacement work.
Your property doesn’t have to be built over the local water table in order to be affected by water problems. If your basement has any type of water entering through the walls or floor, it could potentially be a serious problem that should be looked at by experts. Thankfully, regardless of where water is entering your basement, Indiana Foundation Pros can install a basement waterproofing system in order to effectively prevent the possibility of further water damage.
Signs that your homes foundation is in trouble don’t necessarily start with visible cracks in your home's foundation. Properties listing, sinking and beginning to be affected by cracks in dry walling are all signs that your foundation might have been compromised. The good news is that at Indiana Foundation Pros we can both repair or completely replace your homes foundation, regardless of how or why it has been compromised in the first place.
Crawl Space Encapsulation & Repair
Crawl spaces exist in order to keep homes elevated enough off the ground not to be affected by ground-based water problems. Occasionally, however, crawl spaces can themselves be compromised by excess moisture, not to mention pests and vermin. We can help you remedy such situations by resealing and encapsulating the crawl space beneath your home in order to better protect your property from unwanted excess humidity or pests.
About Martinsville, Indiana
Once called “the gold fish capital of the world,” Martinsville Indiana is particularly well known due to the large amount of commercial fisheries in the area. Founded in 1822 and named after John Martin, a county commissioner, Martinsville was also popular in the 19th century with visitors to the areas mineral water health spas.