Foundation Repair Beatrice, NE

Beatrice, NE DowntownDoes your home need foundation repair in Beatrice, NE? If you answered yes, don't put off calling Omaha Foundation Pros! We are widely known in the region for offering waterproofing services for basements and crawl spaces, but we also offer high-quality foundation repair. It doesn't matter what kind of problem your foundation may be having, we can take care of it for you at a reasonable price.

Foundation Repair Company

Our foundation repair company has been repairing wall cracks, bowed walls, foundation settlement, leaning foundations, leaky foundations, and so on for many years now in the Beatrice, NE community. Our professional group of foundation repair pros has the training, skills, and equipment needed to properly fix whatever problem the base of your home may be having.

Beatrice, NE

Gage County was among the 19 counties initially set up by the Nebraska Territorial Legislature in 1854. At the time of its establishment, there had been no settlers living inside it.

In 1857, the steamboat Hannibal, transporting 300 passengers up the Missouri River from St. Louis, Missouri to Nebraska City, Nebraska, went aground close to Kansas City, Missouri. While it was trapped, 35 of the passengers decided to form the "Nebraska Association", under which name they would come together in seeking a townsite and establishing a settlement in the area.

After getting to Nebraska City, the Association split itself into a couple of exploratory parties, one of which went directly westward and the other southwest. The second party found the site of Beatrice, at the place where the DeRoin Trail intersected the Big Blue River; and the whole Association chose to settle there. The settlement was named after Julia Beatrice Kinney, the 17-year-old daughter of Judge John F. Kinney, a participant of the Association.

The Territorial Legislature decided on Beatrice as the county seat of Gage County in 1857. The decision was questioned by Blue Springs, but was established by the Legislature in 1859. In 1864, the Legislature dissolved the original Clay County (not the present Clay County, Nebraska), splitting its land between Gage and Lancaster Counties. The addition of this ground in the north put Beatrice close to the center of the enlarged county, fortifying its claim to the county seat. It continues to hold that position right now.

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Feel free to contact Omaha Foundation Pros at 402-682-3079 to find out more about our foundation repair services or to set up an appointment for a consultation. We are eager to hear from you soon!