Wet basement waterproofing with Life-of-House warranty Bayonne, NJ 07002
The City of Bayonne is located in Hudson County, N.J. Bayonne has 63,024 residents and covers 11.08 miles (U.S. Census 2010).
The City of Bayonne was called “Bergen Neck”, and Fort Delancey, after the military fort. It is well positioned on the New York Bay, Newark Bay and Kill Van Kull. The completion of the Morris Canal in 1836 linked Bergen Neck with the rest of Northern New Jersey. Steamboats connected the peninsula with New York City as early as 1846.
Railroads came to Bayonne in the 1860s. The Bayonne Bridge links the City of Bayonne to the mainland and was uniquely constructed with a triangular pattern in the steel.
The City was first incorporated in 1861 as a Township by an Act of the New Jersey State Legislature. In 1869, the area was reincorporated as a City. Henry Meigs was the first Mayor of Bayonne and was a President of the New York Stock Exchange.
The television show The Honeymooners often mentioned Bayonne, N.J., because Jackie Gleason, the television shows star, worked in a comedy club in the city.
Your wet basement in Bayonne, NJ is fixed permanently by A-1 Basement Solutions of Scotch Plains and backed by our Life of House Warranty.
The need for basement waterproofing is caused by a slow percolation rate
How does percolation occur? Water moves downward through openings in the soil to replenish aquifers under the ground.
A percolation test, commonly called a perc test, is a test to determine the absorption rate of soil.
A percolation test done before a home is built will determine if land will drain properly and whether a basement will flood.
In general, sandy soil will have a quicker percolation than soil with a high concentration of clay.
Here in New Jersey, we have a high content of clay in the soil of most inland areas.
The French drain basement waterproofing system will prevent water from flooding your basement
It is installed inside the basement, below the floor, around the perimeter.
This French Drain basement waterproofing controls the water, delivers it to the sump pump(s), and discharges it out of the house.
The basement waterproofing has a life-of–house transferable guarantee that your basement floor will not have any water on it.