Your trusted basement waterproofing company in Spring Valley, WI
Our team is dedicated to meeting the needs of our clients, whether they are for crawl space encapsulation, Foundation repair, or basement waterproofing. In addition, we are experts at leveling concrete, mud jacking and repairing sinking slabs. For the purpose of assessing, identifying, and resolving any radon hazards at your property, we also offer radon testing and mitigation services.
The majority of projects may be finished quickly, cheaply, with little inconvenience, and without removing and replacing the existing concrete. Our experts in foundation restoration can raise a patio in the morning so that its owner can host a party on it that evening!
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Facts about Spring Valley, WI
Spring Valley is a village in Pierce and St. Croix counties in Wisconsin, United States. The population was 1,401 at the 2020 census. Of those, 1,390 were in Pierce County and 11 in St. Croix County. The village is mostly within the Town of Spring Lake in Pierce County. Small parts also lie in the Town of Gilman, also in Pierce County, and the Town of Cady in St. Croix County.
Spring Valley is located at 44°50′50″N 92°14′24″W (44.847111, -92.240130), along the Eau Galle River.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has an area of 4.54 square miles (11.76 km2), of which 4.14 square miles (10.72 km2) is land and 0.40 square miles (1.04 km2) is water.
Crystal Cave is about a mile southwest of Spring Valley. This privately held natural attraction, formed millions of years ago by ground water eroding the sandstone and dolomite that underlies the area, has been open to tourists since 1942. A local 16-year-old discovered an opening to the cave in 1881. It was excavated, developed and promoted to the public by an Eau Claire, Wisconsin amateur geologist and advertising man. Opening day drew 4,000 visitors. The owners have retained the flavor of the 1950s and enjoy sharing the site’s geologic history with visitors.
Promoted as the Midwest’s largest earthen dam, Eau Galle Dam and Recreation, northwest of town, was built by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1965 to protect Spring Valley from the Eau Galle River’s surging flood waters. A recreational area has grown up around the dam’s reservoir, Lake George.