Basement Waterproofing Hastings, NE
Omaha Foundation Pros offers a variety of basement waterproofing services for homeowners in the Hastings, NE community. Regardless of what may be triggering your home to have a wet basement, our waterproofing experts can come to your house, discover the cause of the problem, and offer an effective way to repair the problem so that it won't come about again.
Our basement waterproofing systems can actually boost the property value of your home, as well. Potential buyers like seeing that a home has a waterproofing system in place. It means they don't have to worry about dealing with a basement which floods or has water leaks on a regular basis.
If you have a wet basement, you should have it repaired and resolved with a waterproofing system as soon as possible before mold starts growing. A wet, humid, dark basement acts as a great breeding ground for mold development. Once mold starts to show up, its spores can get into the air you breathe and this can cause a myriad of unwanted health problems, including: allergic reactions, headaches, breathing problems, nausea, and a lot more.
Hastings was created in 1872 at the intersection of the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad and the St. Joseph and Denver City Railroad. It was named for Colonel D.T. Hastings of the St. Joseph and Grand Island Railroad, which constructed a line from Hastings to Grand Island. The area was formerly open plain: the Donner party went through on its way to California in 1846 and a pioneer cemetery marker in Hastings has an inscription obtained from Tamsen Donner's journal: "The country between the Blue and the Platte is stunning beyond compare. Never have I seen so varied a country so suitable to cultivation." In the 1870s, railroads attracted European immigrants to the new state of Nebraska with ads. Hastings' first settlers had been English, from Liverpool, and were immediately joined by other English, Irish, Germans, Danes, and Germans from Russia.
Nowadays, Heartwell Park and Central Hastings, a couple of the oldest neighborhoods, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Hastings Symphony Orchestra performs in the Chautauqua Pavilion, constructed in 1907 and on the National Register of Historic Places, while the Hastings Community Theatre performs in the auditorium of the original Spencer Park School, constructed during the housing shortage of the 1940s. The city has modified a number of its historic buildings for new uses. Central Community College is located in buildings of the former Naval Ammunition Depot. Lincoln Elementary School, constructed in 1912, is now law enforcement headquarters. The Clarke Hotel, constructed in 1914 and also on the National Register of Historic Places, is now the Kensington, a house for elderly people. Spencer Park, an 840-unit "village" created to house workers in the 1940s, is now Good Samaritan Retirement Village.
For dependable basement waterproofing services for your wet basement in Hastings, NE, please feel free to call us at 402-682-3079.