Wet Basement Waterproofing in Kingwood, NJ has a Life-of-House Guarantee
Kingwood Township is located in Hunterdon County, N.J. on the Hunterdon Plateau. The Township is home to 3,845 residents and covers 35.7 square miles (U.S. Census 2010).
In 1749, Kingwood Township was formed from Bethlehem Township after the American Revolution.
In 1798, Kingwood Township was one of the 104 original Townships to be incorporated by the State Legislature of New Jersey.
Kingwood Township was home to Captain Daniel Bray. Captain Bray organized the boats for George Washington for the famous crossing of the Delaware River in the Revolution.
Wet Basement waterproofing is needed because the tar seal on the foundation has degraded
The tar on the foundation degrades over time.
Once the tar is gone the foundation is no longer sealed.
The high water table creates hydrostatic pressure against the sides of your home.
Hydrostatic pressure is when a body of water surrounds something that does not float.
When hydrostatic pressure forms around the foundation the un-sealed concrete starts to absorb the water.
That’s when the basement will flood.
Wet Basement waterproofing fixes the water problem permanently
The French drain wet basement waterproofing system is designed prevent water from flooding your basement.
It is installed inside the basement, below the floor, around the perimeter.
This French Drain controls the water, delivers it to the sump pump(s), and discharges it out of the house.
This system comes with a life-of–house transferable guarantee that your basement floor will not have any water on it.