Basement Waterproofing Medford, NJ
Our basement waterproofing company - EnviroPRO Basement Solutions - is here to help you if you're a homeowner in the Medford, NJ community with a wet, leaky basement. If left untreated, this basement moisture problem can actually cause very serious problems for your home and your family's overall well-being.
Basement moisture can lead to wood damage and even the growth of harmful black mold. Mold spores can get into the air you breathe and can make you or your spouse and children sick. That's why it is so important to let us supply you with effective basement waterproofing systems.
For homeowners in the Medford NJ community, EnviroPRO Basement Solutions offers the following products to help keep basements dry and safe:
- Drain Systems
- French Drains
- Sump Pumps
- TripleSafe Sump
- Basement Finishing
Basement Waterproofing System
From sump pumps to French drain tiles and all things in between, our basement waterproofing systems are specially-designed to help you get rid of your wet, leaky, flooded basement for good. We want to promise you that our basement waterproofing products and systems will be effective at providing you and your family with the dry basement that you are worthy of.
Our systems can take care of frequent or occasional basement moisture problems and will help protect your family's personal belongings and the structural integrity of your entire home. If you don't have a finished basement, your home could still benefit from a waterproofing system. Our sump pumps and drain systems will be able to keep this area under your home dry and free from any mold growth or floor/wall/structural damage.
The area referred to as Medford was sold to Samual Coles in 1670, in all it was made up of 900 acres. During the next couple of years the Braddocks, Picketts, Strattons, Branins and Wilkins families moved to the region (most of whom continue to live in the region today). Upper Evesham as it was then recognized, continued to grow from dispersed homesteads into a little community. A lot of the building and roads constructed between the sale of the land and the American Revolutionary War are still in existence, including Oliphant's Mill, Christopher's Mill and also the Shamong Trail.
In 1820, when the Post Office opened up, the region was officially known as Medford of Upper Evesham, using a name which had been pushed by Mark Reeve, a developer who had recently went to Medford, Massachusetts. On March 1, 1847, Medford Township was "set apart from" Evesham Township by Act of the New Jersey Legislature. The very first township meeting was held at the Cross Roads (County Route 541 and also Church Road) on March 9, 1847. The seat of township government stayed there for quite some time. Part of Medford Township was taken on February 19, 1852, to form Shamong Township, on March 14, 1860, parts were taken to create Lumberton Township. The borders continued to be the same until May 17, 1939, when Medford Lakes was formed.
Medford's area along the Camden and Atlantic Railroad, increased trade and Medford expanded at a fast rate in the years following the Civil War. By the 1920s the rail line had been taken apart and the mill industry was in decline, but Medford's nearness to Philadelphia and Camden County allowed for the township's development to continue as numerous families moved from the city and into a more rural area.
If you are a homeowner in Medford, NJ and you need basement waterproofing systems to take care of a moisture problem, please feel free to contact us at 888-295-6950. EnviroPro's basement specialists are here to tackle any questions or concerns that you may have about our services. We look forward to talking with you soon and setting up a consultation appointment!