Wet Basement waterproofing in Lambertville, NJ has a Life-of-House Guarantee
Lambertville City is located in Hunterdon County, N.J. The City covers 1.2 square miles and is home to 3,906 residents (U.S. Census 2010). Many of the homes in Lambertville are in need of wet basement waterproofing.
Lambertville was named after the U.S. Senator, Honorable John Lambert in 1814.
In 1849, by an Act of the N.J. State Legislature, Lambertville was incorporated from portions of West Amwell Township. Later in 1872, Lambertville was recognized as a city
James Marshall who is credited with starting the California gold rush in Sutters Mill, C.A., was from Lambertville.
A wet basement is affected by the percolation rate
Percolation can be defined as movement of water through soil.
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 and many a wet basement.
A percolation test, commonly called a perc test, is a test to determine the absorption rate of soil.
Wet basement waterproofing with a French drain is preferred
In 1856 Henry F. French put in a cellar drain in his home.
That’s why its called a French drain.
French Drains are still the standard because they work.