Basement Waterproofing in Leesburg, VA
Seal-Tite Basement Waterproofing Co provides full-service basement environment contractors. We have performed our services in a variety of settings, including homes, businesses, government buildings, educational institutions, medical facilities, hospitals, churches, and condominium communities.
At Seal-Tite Basement Waterproofing Co., we take pride in offering knowledgeable services for crawl space waterproofing, foundation repair, interior, and exterior basement waterproofing, and sump pump installation. We strive to give each and every one of our customers a completely positive customer experience.
Waterproofing is an essential service that helps to protect buildings from water damage. This process involves the use of specialized materials and techniques to prevent water from entering the building and causing damage to the interior. Waterproofing is particularly important in areas that experience heavy rainfall or flooding, as well as for structures that are built below ground level, such as basements.
There are several methods of waterproofing, including the use of sealants, membranes, and coatings. These materials work by creating a barrier that prevents water from penetrating the building. When applied correctly, waterproofing can help to extend the life of a building and prevent costly repairs due to water damage. It is important to work with a professional waterproofing contractor to ensure that the job is done correctly and that the building is adequately protected.
A lifetime, transferrable warranty is provided by Seal-Tite®. We are entirely insured and have a Class A Contractor’s License.
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Facts about Leesburg, VA
Leesburg is a town in and the county seat of Loudoun County, Virginia, United States. Settlement in the area began around 1740, which is named for the Lee family, early leaders of the town. Located in the far northeast of the state, in the War of 1812 it was a refuge for important federal documents evacuated from Washington, DC, and in the Civil War, it changed hands several times.
Leesburg is 33 miles (53 km) west-northwest of Washington, D.C., along the base of Catoctin Mountain and close to the Potomac River. The town is the northwestern terminus of the Dulles Greenway, a private toll road that connects to the Dulles Toll Road at Washington Dulles International Airport. Its population was 48,250 as of the 2020 Census and an estimated 48,908 in 2021. It is Virginia’s largest incorporated town within a county (rather than being an independent city).
Leesburg, like much of Loudoun County, has undergone considerable growth and development over the last 30 years, transforming from a small, rural, Piedmont town to a suburban bedroom community for commuters to the national capital. Growth in the town and its immediate area to the east (Lansdowne/Ashburn) concentrates along the Dulles Greenway and State Route 7, which roughly parallels the Potomac River between Winchester to the west and Alexandria to the east.
Leesburg is home to professional soccer team Loudoun United FC of the USL Championship division who play their home matches at Segra Field, a soccer-specific stadium located within Phillip A. Bolen Park, and adjacent to Loudoun Soccer Park. The season runs from March through October. Home and road matches are carried on the ESPN+ streaming platform which carries all USL Championship matches with some selected league matches on one of ESPN’s linear channels
Northern Virginia United FC is another American soccer club based in Leesburg. They currently have teams in the fourth-tier National Premier Soccer League and fifth-tier United Premier Soccer League. The club plays their home matches at Cropp Metcalfe Park at Evergreen Sportsplex. All home games are broadcast live from Evergreen Sportsplex via the club’s YouTube channel.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s Washington Air Route Traffic Control Center is in Leesburg.
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355 Olde Route 604
Danville, Virginia 24175