Wet basement waterproofing in Livingston, NJ with Life-of-House warranty
Livingston Township is located in Essex County, N.J. The Township covers 14 square miles and has over 29,000 residents (U.S. Census 2010)
Livingston’s land was part of the Horseneck Tract that was purchased from the Lenape Indians. William Livingston, a landowner, was one of the people that fought against the British government’s fees during what is known as the Horseneck Riots.
Livingston is named after William Livingston who was the first Governor of New Jersey. William Livingston’s family crest is the Townships formal seal.
Livingston was incorporated by an Act of the N.J. State Legislature in 1813 from Caldwell and Springfield Townships.
A wet basement occurs from one or more of the four ways that water enters
Water through the floor
Water through the walls
Water vapor through the walls and floor
Humidity through the air
Wet basement waterproofing will create a healthier environment in your home by eliminating moisture and water
When we say wet basement waterproofing we are talking about French Drains inside the basement.
A French drain controls water once it enters the foundation instead of preventing water from entering it.
A sump pump discharges the water from the building
Your wet basement is fixed permanently by A-1 Basement Solutions of Scotch Plains