First settled in 1681, Somerset County is one of America’s oldest counties, and was an agricultural center for much of its history. But that changed in the 1960s, when much of Somerset’s farmland was turned into suburbs. As the county gradually became home to several successful pharmaceutical companies, its population increased and grew wealthier, and today it is one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. Many of Somerset County’s homes are in suburban subdivisions, which have no shortage of nonporous surfaces like streets and sidewalks. Rainwater runs off of these surfaces, pooling in lower-lying areas — like the land surrounding your foundation. That makes basement waterproofing an important consideration for any homeowner in Somerset County.
Rightway Waterproofing offers basement waterproofing services throughout New Jersey, northern Delaware and southeastern PA — so no matter where in Somerset County you live, you have full access to our basement waterproofing services. We’ll visit your home to offer a free, fair and honest estimate, and we promise never to exaggerate the seriousness of your problem or use strong-arm tactics to rush you into a quick decision. If you have a black mold problem, leaking basement walls or foundation cracks due to leakage, or if you simply want to turn your basement into a livable space, we’re here to help. Our basement waterproofing skills allow us to address a broad array of problems, from drainage to window well repairs and more.
So call us today. We’ll help preserve the value of your home and make it a 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.
Somerset County: Fast Facts
Average High: 62 degrees
Average Low: 42 degrees
Average Annual Rainfall: 3.9 inches
Land Area: 304.69 square miles
Number of Persons per Square Mile: 975.4
Number of Housing Units: 121,403
Percentage of Residents Who Own Homes: 77.2