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Basement Waterproofing Red Oak, IA

OFP provides affordable basement waterproofing services to homeowners in the Red Oak, IA area. Regardless of what may be causing your leaky basement, we can work with you. Our basement specialists will come to your home and evaluate your basement to determine the cause of the water, and we will then recommend a waterproofing system to dry out your basement once and for all!

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Leaky Basement

Does your home have a leaky basement? If you said yes, then you need to get in touch with our waterproofing professionals at Omaha Foundation Pros. If left untreated, a leaky basement can lead to the growth of mold. Mold doesn’t just look unsightly, it can also cause a variety of health problems for you and your loved ones. Mold in your air can lead to breathing problems, allergies, chronic headaches, fatigue, and much more.

Also, a leaky basement can actually cause the wooden supports of your home to start to rot, in turn, jeopardizing the structural integrity of your entire home. Avoid these headaches altogether by having us take care of basement repair and basement waterproofing services for you.

Red Oak, IA

Red Oak gets its name from Red Oak Creek which runs through the community and was famous for the red oaks on its banks. First settlers turned up there in the 1850s. In 1865 it evolved into the official county seat of Montgomery County and the courthouse which formerly in the middle of the county seven miles east in Frankfort, Iowa was transported to the community in the heart of a snow storm. That courthouse stayed in place until the current Montgomery County Courthouse (Iowa) was constructed in 1891. It’s on the National Register of Historic Places.

In 1869 the community was formally founded when the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad (known as the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad at the time) showed up. The community was named Red Oak Junction by the railroad on March 20, 1876. The junction ended up being a line off the main Chicago to Council Bluffs, Iowa line which traveled to Nebraska City, Nebraska and on to Lincoln, Nebraska. The Junction name was shed in 1901 even though the community continues to commemorate its history each summer in Junction Days. In 1903, a new depot was opened up by the railroad. It now serves as a museum celebrating the community’s important military history and its disproportionate number of deaths in a variety of wars and most famously in World War II. The depot is one of 9 places in Montgomery County on the National Register of Historic Places listings inside Montgomery County, Iowa.

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us at402-817-3919“to learn more about our basement waterproofing services in the Red Oak, IA area. We have been working in the community for many years now, and there are a lot of individuals who we’ve made happy with our affordable, effective waterproofing systems to get rid of leaky basements once and for all.

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I was very impressed by the quality of the work and crew. I have recommended you to several friends.

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