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Basement Waterproofing in Jonesboro, AR


Basement Waterproofing, Jonesboro AR

Ignoring a leaky basement or drainage problem may result in a serious foundation concern. By putting in a solution, getting a basement waterproofing service, and stopping water from collecting there.

We offer our clients in the greater Memphis, Tennessee, Mississippi, Northeast Arkansas, and Atlanta, Georgia areas Crawl Space Repair, Basement Waterproofing, and Foundation Repair Solutions that are PROFESSIONAL AND AFFORDABLE.

Furthermore, we put a lot of effort into designing unique foundation repair solutions to safeguard your most valuable asset for years to come.

Learn more about our services for basement waterproofing in Jonesboro, AR.

Facts about Jonesboro, AR

Jonesboro is a city located on Crowley’s Ridge in the northeastern corner of the U.S. State of Arkansas. Jonesboro is one of two county seats of Craighead County. According to the 2020 Census, Jonesboro had a population of 78,576 and is the fifth-largest city in Arkansas. In 2020, the Jonesboro metropolitan area had a population of 133,860 and a population of 179,932 in the Jonesboro-Paragould Combined Statistical Area.

Jonesboro is the home of Arkansas State University and is the cultural and economic center of Northeast Arkansas.

The Mall at Turtle Creek, opened in 2006, was the largest mall in northeast Arkansas and was the only enclosed mall constructed in the country that year. The mall closed in 2020 due to tornado damage; currently, the only stores in operation at Turtle Creek are Dillard’s, JCPenney, and Target. Before The Mall at Turtle Creek opened, Indian Mall, named for the former mascot of Arkansas State University, was the primary shopping destination in northeast Arkansas. The Indian Mall was demolished in 2012.

In 2012, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranked Jonesboro ninth of the “10 Best Cities for Cheapskates”.

Craighead Forest Park is a city-owned park located on Crowley’s Ridge featuring a 60-acre fishing lake, camping facilities, hiking/biking trails, nature areas, picnic sites and recreational fields.

Crowley’s Ridge Parkway runs through Jonesboro. It was designated one of Arkansas’ Scenic Byways in 1997, and it was designated Arkansas’ first National Scenic Byway in 1998.

In 2004 the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission opened the 160-acre Forrest L. Wood Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center in south Jonesboro, adjacent to Craighead Forest Park. The center includes exhibits on the origins and history of the Ridge, wildlife, educational models and displays, land and water features, hiking trails, an observation tower and an auditorium.

Located on the ASU campus, the Arkansas State University Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums and features 21,000 square feet of historic, archaeological, and natural history exhibits. The museum focuses on the history and cultural heritage of Northeast Arkansas and the Mississippi River Delta region.

The region is served by the Jonesboro Municipal Airport. Scheduled commercial flights between Jonesboro and both St. Louis Lambert International Airport and Nashville International Airport are offered daily by Air Choice One.

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