Wet basement waterproofing with Life-of-House warranty
North Brunswick Township is located in Middlesex County, N.J. The Township is home to 40,742 residents and covers 12.27 square miles.
The Township was incorporated in 1798 by an Act of the New Jersey State Legislature of a group of 104 Townships. New Brunswick was likely named after a German City, Braunschweig.
The Township had many mills in the 1800 and early 1900’s, including grist mills, snuff or tobacco mills, and saw mills.
Capillary veins are responsible for many wet basement problems
Rainwater gets pulled deeper into the ground by seepage and gravity.
As gravity pulls the ground water deeper into the soil, it moves sideways following the slope of the surrounding areas.
Top soil will absorb some of the water but as rain continues to fall the absorbent layers become even more saturated.
The water begins to follow the underground ‘paths of least resistance’ called Capillary Veins.
Fix the wet basement with a French drain to stop black mold growth
There are different types of French Drains to fix your wet basement.
Just as there are different contractors, there are different ways to do the same job
The French Drain cost from a contractor who does a shallow channel will vary from the French Drain cost of a contractor who does a deep channel system.
They are both French Drains but there is quite a difference between the two
The A-1 Basements deep channel French Drain relieves more hydrostatic pressure from beneath the floor than a shallow system.