Thursday, May 14, 2015
Basement Waterproofing in Indianapolis: Keeping Your Basement Dry
The Indiana Theatre Building is among the oldest and grandest buildings in Indiana, and, as old buildings go, the cost for its maintenance has been rising through the years. In a report in IndyStar, authorities are now trying to figure out a way to reduce the costs in maintaining this 88-year-old city-owned property, which now run at $250,000 every year. The city wants to preserve the operations of the building as it has significant cultural value, and officials have been at work to come up with solutions. However, it has been facing problems typical of old buildings, including leaking roofs and basement flooding.
Posted by Rebecca Ewert at 1:01 AM