Home to Valley Forge National Historic Park — where roughly 12,000 Continental Army troops trained during the winter of 1777-1778 — has a rich history. Today, Montgomery County is home to many scientific and pharmaceutical industries; companies such as Glaxo Smith-Kline, Johnson & Johnson, Teva Pharmaceuticals and Quest Diagnostics have offices there. As a suburb of Philadelphia, Montgomery County also serves as a bedroom community to those who work in the city, and in recent years has even become home to those who work in New York City, roughly two hours away in light traffic.
Rightway Waterproofing offers basement waterproofing services throughout southeastern PA — so no matter where in Montgomery County you live, our waterproofing specialists will visit your home to offer a free and honest estimate. We promise never to exaggerate the seriousness of your problem, or to use strong-arm tactics to rush you into a quick decision. If you have a mold problem or foundation cracks due to leakage, or if you simply want to turn your Montgomery County basement into a livable space, the waterproofing specialists can help. Our basement waterproofing skills allow us to solve a broad range of problems, from window well repairs to drainage and more.
So call us today. We’ll help preserve your Montgomery County home’s value and make it a nicer, more comfortable place to live. Click here for a better idea of the services we provide, or click here to schedule a meeting with us.
Montgomery County: Fast Facts
Average High: 63 degrees
Average Low: 40 degrees
Average Annual Rainfall: 3.6 inches
Land Area: 483.12 square miles
Number of Persons per Square Mile: 1,553
Number of Housing Units: 313,676
Percentage of Residents Who Own Homes: 73.5