Foundation Repair Naperville, IL | 60540-60563-60564
Basement Waterproofing and Foundation Repair Services
Hydrostatic pressure creates a lot of lateral force on your foundation, especially during heavy rains and areas with poor drainage. When the pressure gets too large, your foundation fractures, bows, and/or shifts, weakening the load capacity. Matters are made even worse in the winter when the groundwater freezes. Soil can also be a cause. When soil absorbs too much water, it can apply pressure against the walls which leads to cracks as well. When the ground is too dry it can also affect your foundation. Extremely dry dirt is brittle and provides very little support of your foundation, causing it to move, settle and crack. These issues are severe and should be taken seriously, as they weaken the structural integrity of your home. Trying to find permanent basement waterproofing in Chicago, IL for your home or building? Specializing in waterproofing and foundation repair, Everdry Illinois offers the best solutions for your unique situation at a competitive quote. We are so confident in our work in the Chicago area that we will even give you a Lifetime Guarantee on most of our services! Contact Everdry Illinois when you think your foundation might have issues and we will send a professional to analyze your specific situation and create a tailored strategy. Everdry Illinois is an expert basement waterproofing, foundation repair and crawl space waterproofing company that can help you with basement leaks and flooding with our waterproofing services.
Facts About Naperville
The Illinois city of Naperville, one of the largest cities in the state, sits about 30 miles west of Chicago. The city is principally located in DuPage County, with parts of it overlapping into Will County.The first pioneer to be on county soil was Bailey Hobson, who established a home along the DuPage River near today’s Pioneer Park. He came from Indiana with his wife, Clarissa, and five children. Within a few years he built a grist mill and a home, which served as an inn for many of the farmers who came great distances to grind their grain and often had to stay overnight while waiting for their turn. Legend says that farmers who came to the mill took delight in seeing the many peacocks who would feed upon the spilled grain around the mill. The Hobson home still stands on Hobson Road, east of Washington.