Nordhoff Basement Waterproofing--Indiana's Oldest and Most Reliable Basement Waterproofing Contractor
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Nordhoff Basement Waterproofing of Indiana is Indiana's OLDEST and MOST RELIABLE waterproofing contractor. We have been practicing basement waterproofing , crawlspace waterproofing, and foundation repair in Indiana since 1986 -- CLAIM FREE FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS!

Our basement waterproofing and foundation repair systems are the driest and healthiest waterproofing systems available, anywhere. 

If you're reading this information to learn what you can do with that leaky basement or crawlspace we understand that eventually you will likely need an Indiana waterproofing contractor with experience you can count on . If you are an Indiana commercial property owner or homeowner looking for basement waterproofing professional in Indiana you have come to the right place.

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Gravelless Waterproofing

Nordhoff Basement Waterproofing of Indiana exclusively uses gravelless waterproofing systems by Hydra Stone GL™ Basement Systems.  Click here to learn why going gravelless is the safest, cleanest, healthiest, and most environmentally friendly basement waterproofing method, ever!

Foundation Repair

We are Indiana's premier foundation repair specialist!  We have been offering  basement waterproofing and foundation repair contractor services for over 20 years.

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Basement Waterproofing

We are Indiana's oldest and most reliable basement waterproofing contractor .  Click here to learn more about our basement waterproofing services.

We use patented Hydra Stone GL™ in place of river gravel , Zoeller pumps, and more top-notch products to see that every job we do fulfills our "Life of the Structure Guarantee".  Click here to read more about how we stand behind our waterproofing products , foundation repair  and basement waterproofing services.

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Nordhoff Basement Waterproofing of Indiana
1008 16th Street
Bedford, Indiana 47421

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Experienced Waterproofing and Foundation Repair Contractor In Indiana

Nordhoff Basement Waterproofing's staff is trained to identify the signs requiring a basement waterproofing contractor and explain the bio and structural hazards as a result of them to you in a way that you can understand and help you make the best decision about how to handle your wet basement situation.

Water In The Basement:

Do you have a leaky or wet basement? If so, the water you see in your basement is the least of the problems. The basement water you see will evaporate into the air over time. The water that is "trapped" and can't get out through the foundation wall is the root of the problem. This water will cause lower wall deterioration, cracks, bulges in walls, efflorescence, and many other concerns.

Musty, Smelly Basements:

Any time you have a musty, moldy, mildewy odor coming from your basement, the problem you have is much more than just stinky! Do you know what causes it? Dreaded mold and fungus spores that float in the air do! This will exacerbate allergy and asthma problems, as well as other health issues. It can also encourage health problems to occur.

Older-style river gravel based waterproofing systems do not help--but can actually cause a host of other problems with mold, bacteria, and other bio-hazards, because they're installed with river gravel that is porous and wet - contaminated with everything that has ever flown through it while in the river. It goes straight from the river bottom, into your foundation without ever being washed or treated. Don't put it in your home!

White Powdery Stuff On Basement Walls:

Concrete is made of: stone, lime, and cement. The white powdery substance you're seeing on your basement walls is called efflorescence. It is a chemical breakdown of the bonding agent that holds your wall together. The water that is inside of your foundation wall will, leech the lime and cement out of the wall, leaving nothing to hold it together.

Brown Streaks and Stains on Basement Walls:

Brown stains or streaks,  particularly on block or poured concrete walls - are a sign of acid damage. The clay in the dirt surrounding your home is very acidic. When the water leaks into your basement, the acidity is drawn in with it. Your wall acts as a filter that holds this acid back and allows the "clean" water into your basement. Acid damage leads to lower wall deterioration.

Bowed Basement Walls:

While bowed walls could be retained with steel beams or plates, We believe we can replace your bowed wall better than new, often for the same price. We have a life of the structure warranty on our wall replacement. The best warranty you can get is one you won't need!

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