Basement Waterproofing In Greenwood, IN
For more than a decade now, we have been providing honest and responsible basement waterproofing services in the greater Indianapolis area. Our goal is to transform your wet and dirty basement into a dry and usable space again. As experienced waterproofers, we only offer superior products to solve all of your foundation problems.
Our basement waterproofing services come with a lifetime transferable warranty. We are confident in the quality of our work and want to provide you with as much peace of mind as possible. We take pride in our installations, and we have the experience and expertise to do a quality job while taking care of the small things that matter. For example, we keep your home clean and thoroughly clean up the job site when we are finished.
We encourage you to get in touch with us and request a basement inspection at no cost. We serve the greater Indianapolis area and surrounding areas, including Avon, Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Bloomington, Columbus, Greenfield, Plainfield, Muncie, Mooresville, Martinsville, Greenwood, Franklin, Columbus, Terre Haute, and nearby.
Facts about Greenwood
Greenwood is a city in Johnson County, Indiana, United States. The population was 63,830 at the 2020 Census. Greenwood is located southeast of central Indianapolis between Indiana State Road 37 and Interstate 65. The city shares a border with Indianapolis and is the most populous suburban municipality in the southern portion of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area.
Greenwood is in northern Johnson County and occupies the northern half of Pleasant Township and the northeast portion of White River Township. The easternmost edge of Greenwood extends into Clark Township. It is bordered to the southwest by Bargersville, to the south by Whiteland and New Whiteland, and to the north, in Marion County, by the city of Indianapolis. Greenwood is 11 miles south of Downtown Indianapolis and 12 miles north of Franklin, the Johnson county seat.
There are no navigable bodies of water within city limits. Several creeks run through the area and influence local drainage patterns, topography, and storm water management systems. Pleasant Run Creek flows from east to west across the northern half of the city, leading 5 miles to the White River. Several municipal parks occupy the lowlands next to the creek. Grassy Creek and Tracy Ditch flow south from the city, connecting Greenwood to the towns of New Whiteland, Whiteland, and Franklin. Honey Creek originates in the southwest section of the city and after flowing through White River Township eventually joins the White River near the intersection of Smith Valley Road and Highway 37.
Greenwood’s climate is classified as warm temperate, with an average annual temperature of 54.3 °F. About 45 inches of precipitation falls annually, distributed fairly evenly throughout the year.
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Indiana Crawl Space Repair
1759 N. Blue Bluff Rd.
Martinsville, IN 46151