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.
Learn more about basement waterproofing in Cuyahoga Falls, OH.
Facts about Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Cuyahoga Falls is a city in Summit County, Ohio, United States. As of the 2020 census, the city population was 51,114. It is the second-largest city in Summit County. The city was founded in 1812 by William Wetmore and was originally named Manchester, but renamed for the Cuyahoga River and the series of waterfalls that run along the southern boundary of the city.
Cuyahoga Falls is mainly served by two school districts. The original area of the city makes up nearly all of the Cuyahoga Falls City School District; its high school, Cuyahoga Falls High School, is located on Fourth Street in downtown. The neighboring village of Silver Lake is also part of Cuyahoga Falls City Schools.
The northwest portion of the city (the former Northampton Township) is served by the Woodridge Local School District, which also serves the portions of Akron that lie within the former Northampton Township boundaries, as well as most of Boston Township (including Peninsula). That district’s high school, Woodridge High School, is also located in Cuyahoga Falls (albeit with a Peninsula mailing address); this makes Cuyahoga Falls one of the few communities in Ohio that is home to the sole high school for two separate school districts.
A small area in the northeast of the city is zoned to Hudson City School District, and another small area, in the far northwest of the city, is part of the Revere Local School District.
Cuyahoga Falls had been founded as an industrial city, taking advantage of the river power. By the middle of the twentieth century, it had become largely residential. Don Robart, mayor from 1986 to 2013, promoted the merger with Northampton Township because of the additional land that could be used for development. Parts of that area have since been used for industrial development. Commercial development has also picked up, especially in the Howe Avenue area at the southern border of the city.
The Cathedral of Tomorrow, founded by televangelist Rex Humbard in 1958, was in Cuyahoga Falls. It is now the church of pastor/evangelist Ernest Angley and was renamed Grace Cathedral.
Blossom Music Center, an outdoor concert venue and the summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra since 1968, is situated on 800 acres of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Cuyahoga Falls.
The city had one professional sports team, the Cuyahoga Falls Cougars, of the International Basketball League. They moved to Akron in 2006 and became the Akron Cougars.
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365 Highland Rd, Macedonia, OH 44056, United States