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Foundation Crack Repair | Albertson, NY | BOCCIA Inc. Waterproofing SpecialistsBasement Waterproofing Specialists Serving Nassau, Suffolk & Queens

Boccia Inc. ® has been providing basement waterproofing and masonry restoration services since 1955. With thousands of projects completed, the experts at Boccia have accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience that has been relied upon to waterproof basements, of homes and buildings across Nassau, Suffolk and Queens.

Foundation Crack Repair in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens

Professionals usually fabricate basement foundation walls from concrete. Most experts agree that concrete cracking is unavoidable and happens for many reasons, especially in our Long Island climate. Normally, people do not consider a foundation wall crack to be a defect. In fact, in most cases, it’s no more than a blemish. Actually, the most common problem associated with foundation wall cracks is water penetration. These cracks create openings into the basement that water can pass through. That’s why foundation crack repair is so essential for keeping water out of your basement.

In addition to exterior foundation waterproofing and sub-floor drainage systems (French drains), Boccia Inc. offers foundation crack repair services that will prevent water from passing through a wall crack. We design these systems to close the void that the crack has created, so that it’s impervious to water penetration.

Facts About Albertson, NY

Albertson is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County, New York, United States. The population was 5,182 at the 2010 census.

The first European settler was John Seren who came from Connecticut in 1644. Later Townsend Albertson started a farm and gristmill and the community became known as Albertson.

History
In 1850, a road was built through Albertson on the lands of Isaac Underhill Willets. The road is still known as I U Willets Road. (Willets complained that Long Island has more roads than it would ever need). The Long Island Rail Road opened an Albertson train station in 1864.

In 1908, the Vanderbilt Motor Parkway was built on the southern border of Albertson. In 1938, it was closed, and in 1940, it was replaced by the Northern State Parkway, which runs along the northern border of Albertson.

In 1946, suburbanization began with a small development by William Levitt. The last farms were developed in the mid-1960s.

The Searingtown School (now in Albertson) was one of the schools involved in the landmark Supreme Court case Engel v. Vitale (1962), which disallowed government-directed prayers in public schools.

Geography
Albertson, New York, in Nassau county, is 4 miles N of Hempstead, New York (center to center) and 17 miles E of New York, New York.

Albertson is located south of Roslyn and east of Searingtown. The boundary between Albertson & Searingtown is ill-defined, as they share the same post office and are unincorporated. In general, Searingtown refers to the area west of Searingtown Road and Albertson the area east of Willis Avenue. Searingtown School and the Searing-Roslyn United Methodist Church both use Albertson as their address.

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