Burlington County is home to Arney’s Mount, which is the highest point in all of southern New Jersey. But that’s not saying much — it’s only about 250 feet above sea level. Much of the rest of Burlington County is flat coastal plain, meaning rainwater doesn’t just roll off to low-lying areas. And while population growth in Burlington County slowed during the 1980s, it’s still becoming home to more and more people every year, which means more suburban sprawl and construction, and more of a need to protect your foundation from runoff that may collect around it.
Right Way Waterproofing provides basement waterproofing services throughout New Jersey — so no matter where in Burlington County you live, we can visit your home and offer a free estimate. If you have a leaking basement, a mold problem, or simply want to turn your basement into a livable space, we can help. Our basement waterproofing solutions cover a wide range of issues, from leaking walls to poorly installed window wells and more.
Burlington County: Fast Facts
Average High: 64.5 degrees
Average Low: 41 degrees
Average Annual Rainfall: 3.9 inches
Land Area: 804.75
Number of Persons per Square Mile: 526
Number of Housing Units: 174,749
Percentage of Residents Who Own Homes: 77.4