Basement & Radon Solutions is an industry leader in basement waterproofing, concrete lifting and crawl space repairs. We have more than 30 years of experience serving the residents of Western North Carolina. We strive to offer the best technology and service to our clients.
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We can also help you test your home for radon gas. We have tested and fixed thousands of homes with radon problems since 1998. Some of the most popular services we provide include:
For almost two decades, the certified technicians from Basement & Radon Solutions have been an industry leader in providing residential and business customers in North Carolina and South Carolina with state-of-the-art foundation and crawl space repair, waterproofing, concrete lifting, radon testing, and radon mitigation at affordable prices.
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The county was created in 1826. It is part of the Greenville, SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. Pickens County was part of Cherokee homeland territory until well after the American Revolution. The Cherokee had allied with the British, hoping to gain expulsion of European-American settlers from their lands. But they were defeated in local battles of the Revolution and forced to cede their lands under various treaties.
This former Cherokee territory was included in the new state’s Ninety-Six Judicial District. In 1791 the state legislature established Washington District, a judicial area composed of present-day Greenville, Anderson, Pickens, and Oconee counties (the latter was not organized until 1868); at that time it also included Pendleton County.
In view of the growing population and poor transportation facilities in Pendleton District, the legislature divided it into counties in 1826. But a year later, it decided to establish judicial districts instead. The legislation went into effect in 1828. The lower part became Anderson and the upper Pickens, named in honor of Brigadier General Andrew Pickens of the American Revolution. His home, Hopewell, was on the southern border of the district. A courthouse was established on the west bank of the Keowee River, and a small town called Pickens Court House soon developed here. Since 1825, John C. Calhoun made his home in what became Pickens County, at Fort Hill, which became the basis around which Clemson University would later grow up.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 512.75 square miles (1,328.0 km2), of which 496.94 square miles (1,287.1 km2) is land and 15.81 square miles (40.9 km2) (3.67%) is water. The county also contains the highest natural point in South Carolina, Sassafras Mountain, with an elevation of 3,560 feet (1,090 m). Table Rock State Park is in Pickens County. Pickens County is in the Savannah River Basin, the Saluda River Basin, and the French Broad River Basin.
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