Foundation Repair | Albertson, NY | 11507
Facts about Albertson, NY. .
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. Albertson offers easy access to a number of museums and historic sites including the African American Museum, Nassau County Museum of Art, Science Museum of Albertson, Fine Arts Museum of Albertson, Saint Paul’s Church National Historic Site, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, and Old Westbury Gardens. Hempstead Lake State Park, situated on the Hempstead Lake, provides amenities for horseback riding, fishing, picnicking, biking, and hiking.
The United Nations Security Council was temporarily located in Nassau County from 1946 to 1951. Council meetings were held at the Sperry Gyroscope headquarters in the village of Lake Success near the border with Queens County. It was here on June 27, 1950, that the Security Council voted to back U.S. President Harry S Truman and send a coalition of forces to the Korean Peninsula, leading to the Korean War.
Until World War II, most of Nassau County and Albertson was still farmland, particularly in the eastern portion. Following the war, the county saw an influx of people from the five boroughs of New York City, especially from Brooklyn and Queens, who left their urban dwellings for a more suburban setting. This led to a massive population boom in the county. In 1947, William Levitt built his first planned community in Nassau County, in the Island Trees section (later renamed Levittown). (This should not be confused with the county’s first planned community, in general, which is Garden City.) While in the 1930s, Robert Moses had engineered curving parkways and parks such as Jones Beach State Park and Bethpage State Park for the enjoyment of city-dwellers, in the 1950s and 1960s the focus turned to alleviate commuter traffic.
In July 2017, the approval was granted by state legislators to the plan proposed by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to add a third railroad track to the Long Island Rail Road corridor between the communities of Floral Park and Hicksville in Nassau County. The nearly US$2 billion transportation infrastructure enhancement project was expected to accommodate anticipated growth in rail ridership and facilitate commutes between New York City and Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island.The Long Island Expressway, Northern State Parkway, and Southern State Parkway are the primary east-west controlled-access highways in Nassau County. Northern Boulevard (New York State Route 25A), Hillside Avenue (New York State Route 25B), Jericho Turnpike(New York State Route 25), New York State Route 24, and Sunrise Highway (New York State Route 27) are also major east-west commercial thoroughfares across the county. The Meadowbrook State Parkway, Wantagh State Parkway, and Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (New York State Route 135) are the major north-south controlled-access highways traversing Nassau County
Things To Do Near Albertson
Live your dreams just minutes from Manhattan. Discover white sand beaches, quaint seaside villages, and world-class wineries that host tours year-round. Summer visitors love the Hamptons’ relaxed pace and roadside stands selling fresh local seafood and produce. Shopping’s always in season, from Riverhead’s outlets to Manhasset’s Miracle Mile of luxury retailers. Families play for fun at Splish Splash Water Park, rated one of America’s best, and the Long Island Aquarium, open all year. All for those who live on Long Island, and near Albertson
Explore local history at aviation and whaling museums and opulent Gold Coast mansions. Enjoy annual events like the Belmont Stakes in June, third leg of Thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown, an Oyster Festival in October, and Port Jefferson’s enchanting Charles Dickens Festival in December. Great places to stay range from beachy bungalows to posh spa resorts
Do You Have Issues With Water In Your Basement?
Foundation waterproofing eliminates both water seepage and moisture transpiration through the foundation walls. This process requires excavation of the foundation to the bottom of the building’s footing. Foundation cracks, holes and penetrations are repaired with a hydraulic cement to patch or bridge the concrete and allow a smooth surface for the installation of a waterproofing membrane. AM Shield utilizes both trowel grade and heat spray applied membranes.
Contact AM Shield Waterproofing Corporation for a complementary inspection of your basement seepage in Albertson and we will diagnose and start fixing the problem for you at an affordable price.
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WHERE TO FIND US:
33 Albertson Avenue
Albertson, NY 11507