With Kentucky Lake, the Mississippi River and the Ohio River at its heart, Western Kentucky has an abundance of history, rich soil and ground water. Unfortunately, excessive soil moisture can lead to water penetration, sinking foundations, and in some cases, sinkholes.

Protecting Your Greatest Investment

The soil of Western Kentucky is as diverse as its residents. If your home is near a body of water, soil generally has a high proportion of sand, silt, and clay and is saturated with water. Waterproofing is a great way to keep basements or crawl spaces dry and prevent a settling foundation. In Trigg and Christian counties, some homes rest on limestone bedrock which has a tendency to dissolve over time. If the ground moisture shifts, sinking will occur on the surface and in some cases result in sudden sinkholes.

Concerned that your home isn’t level or watertight? We’ll take a look for free.


Our Work in Western Kentucky

We provide foundation repair and waterproofing services to Kentucky homeowners in Paducah, Hopkinsville, and Madisonville. In our book, any structure within 120 miles of our headquarters that needs foundation repair deserves our best. That includes residences in Western Kentucky, as well as the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

Want a trusted evaluation of your home’s foundation and waterproofing needs? Contact us today.



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