A 1,000 square foot roof sheds 623 gallons of rainwater from one inch of rainfall offering you the opportunity to collect thousands of gallons of “free” water for reuse in your garden.
Winter snow ground thaw and late winter rains can lead to higher ground water conditions, which can create foundation wall and below slab water infiltration.
For years, basements were damp, dark, mysterious places, suitable only for odds and ends awaiting the next yard sale. Today’s families require more livable space, which means planning a finished, waterproof basement for every new home construction.
A comprehensive water management system is doesn't only provide short-term benefits – it's an up-front investment that pays dividends for decades to come.
Whether you want a children’s playroom, a home recording studio, or a weekend workshop, a waterproofed basement becomes a blank canvas onto which you project the future of your new home.
Use it for laundry, exercise equipment, or year-round, climate-controlled storage. Whatever you do with the extra square footage, you’ll enjoy the reliability that comes from entrusting the work to National/American Waterproofing, the leading water management company in New Jersey.
I have put up with 4 or 5 years of water issues with my building, and if I had known that resolving the issue was as easy as picking up the phone and calling you, the problem would have been resolved a long time ago.