Crawl Space Repair, Basement Waterproofing, and Foundation Repair throughout Noblesville, Indiana
Every families home is their castle. In this case, when problems such as basement water arise it’s important to tackle them as quickly as possible in order to prevent moisture from spreading and accumulating in significant safety and structural concerns. Indiana Foundation Pros specializes in waterproofing basements and crawl spaces as well as repairing problematic foundations in the Noblesville area.
If excess water is entering your basement you need to deal with the matter as promptly as possible in order to prevent things like mold and fungus taking hold. However, moisture can also weaken a homes foundation, not to mention significantly reduce your homes market value. At Indiana Foundation Pros, we help homeowners all across Indiana with basement waterproofing in order to combat water problems and ensure you and your family’s safety and heath.
Foundation Repair and Replacement
Many homes have problems in this area with sinking or settling foundations as a result of expansion and contraction of water in the soil around the home as well as varying temperatures outside. From cracks to bulges appearing in basement walls, a compromised foundation can result in significant structural damage. Thankfully, at Indiana Foundation Pros we specialize in foundation repair and if need be, carrying out full foundation replacement work.
Crawl Space Repair and Encapsulation
Designed to protect your home from ground-based moisture, an unsealed crawl space can actually result in that moisture getting direct access to your home. In addition to facilitating the growth of mold and mildew, humidity can cause permanent damage to the floor joists supporting the home. An open crawl space also provides prime real estate for pests such as mice and even possums. To remove these problems, we help homeowners with crawl space encapsulation which will seal off the area and prevent similar issues in the future.
About Noblesville, Indiana
In 1802, the Noblesville area was inhabited by a single settler named William Conner together with his Lenape Indian wife, Mekinges Conner. Together the pair established the very first trading post in central Indiana.
Later, following the purchase of the land around about by the federal government, William Conner helped lay out the city known today as Noblesville with the express intention of the city becoming the county seat of Hamilton County.