Basement Waterproofing In New Jersey
Like Pennsylvania, New Jersey has varying landscapes, but much of southern New Jersey is coastal plain. That means the soil south of Middlesex and Mercer Counties can range from sandy and wet to swampy and marshy. New Jersey is also the most densely-populated state in the US, meaning there’s plenty of nonporous asphalt to drain stormwater onto unsuspecting lawns — where it can pool and damage foundations. Fortunately, the population really can’t get much more dense, which means new construction has slow growth.
Rightway Waterproofing provides basement waterproofing services in much of New Jersey, so we can visit your home to give you a free and fair estimate. We won’t exaggerate the seriousness of your problem, or use heavy-handed, hard-sell tactics to push you into a decision too quickly. If you have a basement leak or a black mold problem, or if you just want to turn your basement into a more modern and comfortable space, we can help. Our basement waterproofing solutions cover lots of issues, from drainage to window well repairs and more.
New Jersey: Fast Facts
Average Annual Rainfall: 3.5 inches
Population: 8, 682,661
Land Area: 7,417.34 square miles
Number of Persons per Square Mile: 1,134.5
Number of Housing Units: 3,499,406
Percentage of Residents Who Own Homes: 65.6