We would like to thank everyone who is participating and supporting the efforts to help suppress the spread of Coronavirus.  We especially would like to thank our first responders, medical personnel and National Guard troops as they fight daily to keep us safe.

Let’s be honest, Indianapolis basement waterproofing is not really that essential during the COVID-19 shutdown.


The beginning of warmer weather brings with it many chores – some cosmetic (like cutting the grass and pulling weeds), and some more practical (like cleaning the gutters and changing the screens on your windows).

This is a difficult time for our world. It is with heavy hearts, but full understanding that we as Illinoisans, will follow the instruction of our Governor. We will be closing our physical building at 3328 W.

While every home is unique, they often experience problems that are actually very common. One of the common problems is cracks.


Do you have a wet basement? Basement moisture is not an uncommon problem.


A sump pump is a pump that is used to remove water that has gathered into a sump basin designed to collect water, usually found in the Indianapolis basement of a home.

FWS Sump Pump

There are many items vying for your hard-earned dollars each day.

A sinking slab (also known as sinking concrete) is always worth fixing, whether it’s located in your basement, garage, driveway or patio. A simple crack in a concrete slab isn’t necessarily a problem.


You may not know it, but your sump pump could be the difference between a dry and wet Indianapolis basement or Indianapolis crawl space when heavy rains hit.