Basement Waterproofing In Delaware

More than 60 percent of Delaware’s population lives in New Castle County, the northernmost of the state’s three counties. All of those residents live on a level plain; no part of Delaware rises more than about 400 feet above sea level. Throughout the state, much of the soil ranges from damp and sandy to marshy and swampy. That means homeowners in Delaware, no matter where they live, must be ever vigilant of intruding moisture.

Rightway Waterproofing offers basement waterproofing services in much of northern Delaware, and we can help you fix any basement drainage problems or leaks you may have. We’ll come to your home and give you a free, fair estimate, and we promise never to exaggerate your problem or use heavy-handed sales tactics to strong-arm you into a hasty decision. If you have a black mold problem, leaking basement walls or foundation cracks due to leakage, or if you just want to remodel your basement, we can help. With our years of experience and wide array of solutions, we can address any of your basement waterproofing problems, no matter what they are. And we’ll be honest as well; if your problem is a plumbing or landscaping one and you need to call a different contractor, we’ll let you know, and try to recommend someone.

So call today, and we’ll help you preserve your home’s comfort and value. Click here for a better idea of the services we provide, or click here to schedule a meeting with us.

Delaware: Fast Facts
Average Annual Rainfall: 3.4 inches
Population: 873,092
Land Area: 1,953.56 square miles
Number of Persons per Square Mile: 401
Number of Housing Units: 388,616
Percentage of Residents Who Own Homes: 72.3
Households: 298,736