Crawl Space Repair, Basement Waterproofing, and Foundation Replacement throughout Pendleton, Indiana
Water problems can plague any type of property. To make matters worse, the longer standing water is allowed to persist, the more likely it is that a property will begin to experience more pronounced problems such as weakened foundations and mold and fungus outbreaks. Serving homeowners in the Pendleton area, Indiana Foundation Pros has years of experience helping homeowners overcome water issues. You can rely on Indiana Foundation Pros for all your basement or crawl space moisture and foundation repair and replacement needs.
Because our basements are underground, they are particularly susceptible to water problems. When homes are built they are designed to prevent ground-based moisture from entering, however, it’s not uncommon for that type of waterproofing to become compromised over time. At Indiana Foundation Pros, we install basement waterproofing systems in order to halt the water problem in its tracks. The most important thing is to reach out to us sooner rather than later in order to prevent water from giving rise to a host of other problems.
A persistent water problem can potentially lead to cracks and weaknesses in your homes foundation. This, in turn, can lead to significant structural problems and even result in properties becoming uninhabitable. To help stop this from happening, we can help you with foundation repair or, if necessary, carry out a full foundation replacement.
Crawl Space Repair
A safe haven for burrowing animals and even pests such as possums, the crawl space beneath your home needs to be properly sealed in order to prevent such pests from entering. At the same time, a properly sealed crawl space is essential for preventing ground-based moisture from affecting properties lower levels. At Indiana Foundation Pros we can help you with crawl space encapsulation and in doing so help you keep your home free from excess humidity and pest infestations.
About Pendleton, Indiana
Pendleton, IN was first settled by John Rogers in 1818. Famous in Native American history for the Fall Creek massacre of 1824, the prosecution of the culprits is widely acknowledged as an important milestone in the U.S. beginning to recognize the rights of Native Americans. Moving to the area in 1825, Thomas Pendleton laid out Pendleton as it is known today and since then it has developed into a small town committed to enterprise and the preservation of the areas rich history.