Crawl Space Repair, Basement Waterproofing, and Foundation Repair throughout Spencer, Indiana
Damp basements can lead to a variety of structural and family health problems. Based out of Indianapolis but serving homeowners in the Spencer area, Indiana Foundation Pros has years experience helping Indiana homeowners recover from water problems by providing professional basement waterproofing solutions. Indiana Foundation Pros can also help repair your home's foundation and problematic crawl spaces.
When properties are first constructed, a layer of damp proofing is applied to the basement and foundation areas in order to prevent moisture from weakening these areas. However, as properties age, this system can degrade over time and be unable to keep the basement protected. At Indiana Foundation Pros we specialize in installing basement waterproofing systems to defend against ground based moisture and in doing so help Indiana homeowners prevent both water damage and mold and fungus from taking hold in properties.
Foundation Repair and Replacement
Are you noticing wall cracks in the basement or the foundation or are your doors and windows sticking when you open or close them? Because the weight of your home will continue to bear down on such weaknesses, it’s important to attempt to repair property foundations as soon as such problems are identified. Whether caused by water issues or as a result of your home settling, we can help with foundation repair services and if necessary, completely replace your existing foundation.
Crawl Space Repair and Encapsulation
If you are experiencing high heating costs and uneven heating between rooms in your home, it’s possible that the crawl space beneath your property isn’t sealed properly. Crawl spaces can be compromised by everything from burrowing animals to minor structural problems and high humidity. In either case, we can install a crawl space encapsulation system and in doing so help you add better insulation and waterproofing to your property.
About Spencer, Indiana
Covering less than 2 square miles of land, Spencer Indiana was first laid out in 1820 and was named after a soldier, George Spencer, who fought in the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811. Today the town is home to the popular Timber Ridge summer camp and a number of entertainment venues including a drive in cinema and the historic Tivoli Theater.