Basement Waterproofing in Middlesex County, NJ

With its broad plains cut in half by the Raritan River, Middlesex County borders both the Atlantic Ocean and Raritan Bay, Middlesex County is no stranger to water. It’s also no stranger to suburban growth, with a population projected to reach nearly 800,000 by 2010. The county has also experienced a 45 percent increase in the number of housing units since 1970. Such a combination of wet soil and continuing development means quality basement waterproofing is a must for any homeowner in Middlesex County.

Rightway Waterproofing offers basement waterproofing services in much of New Jersey, northern Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania — so no matter where in Middlesex County you live, we can visit your home to give you a free and honest estimate. We won’t exaggerate the seriousness of your problem, or use strong-arm tactics to push you into a decision too quickly. If you have leaky basement walls or a mold problem, or if you simply want to convert your basement into a more livable space, we can help. Our basement waterproofing solutions cover a broad range of issues, from window well repairs to drainage and more.

So call us today, to preserve your home’s value and make it a better place to live. Click here for a better idea of the services we provide, or click here to schedule a meeting with us.

Middlesex County: Fast Facts
Average High: 62 degrees
Average Low: 42 degrees
Average Annual Rainfall: 3.9 inches
Population: 789,102
Land Area: 309.72
Number of Persons per Square Mile: 2,419.9
Number of Housing Units: 287,537
Percentage of Residents Who Own Homes: 66.7
Households: 265,815