Basement Waterproofing in Manassas, 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.
A lifetime, transferrable warranty is provided by Seal-Tite®. We are completely insured and have a Class A Contractor’s License.
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Facts about Manassas, VA
Manassas, formerly Manassas Junction, is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia, United States. The population was 42,772 at the 2020 Census. It is the county seat of Prince William County, although the two are separate jurisdictions. Manassas borders the independent city of Manassas Park, Virginia. The Bureau of Economic Analysis includes both Manassas and Manassas Park with Prince William County for statistical purposes.
Manassas contains several historic sites dating from 1850 to 1870. Manassas surrounds the 38-acre (15-hectare) county courthouse, which is located on county property.
Manassas is part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area and is in the Northern Virginia region.
The Manassas Regional Airport has 26 businesses operating out of the airport property. There are 415 based airplanes and two fixed-base operators, APP Jet Center and Dulles Aviation. The Manassas Regional Airport has land available for development.
In 2017 the city created new “streetscape standards” and announced plans for the Mathis Avenue Streetscape Project, aimed at developing Mathis Avenue from Sudley Road to Liberia Avenue into a more pedestrian-friendly, walkable area with significantly improved traffic congestion. The plan is estimated to cost the city $7.3 million and to be completed by 2024.
First Friday festivals occur on the first Friday of every month, when Manassas showcases local art and organizes themed activities. The city museum opened in 1973 in preparation for the city’s centennial and is currently undergoing a renovation and expansion to be completed in Fall 2023.
WHERE TO FIND US:
355 Olde Route 604
Danville, Virginia 24175