We are a full-service business that can repair anything from cracks to completely reconstructing basements. In addition, our three waterproofing-related patents set us apart from the competition. No one else can do what we do, yet our patents and our knowledge enable us to be able to achieve what every other waterproofer can.
Since 1978, Ohio State Waterproofing has offered basement waterproofing solutions. For odors and dampness, bowing and cracked walls, and water difficulties, we provide all types of foundation repair and waterproofing solutions.
The thousands of recommendations we receive from happy clients are what we value most highly. Together, they have helped us become a market leader in the foundation repair and basement waterproofing sectors.
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Facts about Akron, OH
Akron is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. state of Ohio and is the county seat of Summit County. It is located on the western edge of the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau, about 40 miles (64 km) south of downtown Cleveland. As of the 2020 Census, the city proper had a total population of 190,469, making it the 125th largest city in the United States. The Akron metropolitan area, covering Summit and Portage counties, had an estimated population of 703,505.
The city was founded in 1825 by Simon Perkins and Paul Williams, along the Little Cuyahoga River at the summit of the developing Ohio and Erie Canal. It was briefly renamed South Akron after Eliakim Crosby founded nearby North Akron in 1833, until both merged into an incorporated village in 1836. In the 1910s, Akron doubled in population, making it the nation’s fastest-growing city.
Many industries in the United States either began or were influenced by the city. After beginning the tire and rubber industry during the 20th century with the founding of Goodrich, Firestone, General Tire, and also the Goodyear merger with The Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, Akron gained the status of “Rubber Capital of the World”. Akron has won economic awards such as for City Livability and All-American City, and deemed a high tech haven greatly contributing to the Information Age.
Akron is home to E. J. Thomas Hall, one of three Akron performance halls. Regular acts include the Akron Symphony Orchestra, Tuesday Musical Club, and Children’s Concert Society. World-class performances events include Broadway musicals, ballets, comedies, lectures, entertainers, attracting 400,000 visitors annually.
Originally a canal town, Akron is divided into two parts by the Ohio and Erie Canal, with downtown being centered on it. Along the locks, the city has a path paved with rubber.
WHERE TO FIND US:
Ohio State Waterproofing
365 Highland Rd, Macedonia, OH 44056, United States