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Waterproofing Services

  • Waterproofing parking lot or structures
  • Concrete commercial roofs

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If you are considering any type of solution for foundation waterproofing or insulation services, we are here to help and can provide valuable, time-saving advice.

Get to know Hempstead

The village of Hempstead is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County, New York. The United States Census conducted in 2010 put the population at 767,417. It is part of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island metropolitan statistical area.

The neighborhood is mainly residential and commercial, as many small businesses around the area. There are also several parks located in the vicinity of this neighborhood, such as Hempstead Lake State Park, Nassau County Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, and Veterans Memorial Park.

The schools located in this neighborhood include Hempstead Elementary School, John F Kennedy High School, and William H Rogers Middle School. These schools offer quality education to the students studying there.

Why Living in Hempstead is Nice?

The most fantastic thing living here is that there are many things to do around town whether you want to go shopping or relax with family and friends at home! One thing that you must try is visiting one of our amazing parks, such as Eisenhower Park or Beechwood Park! These parks provide ample space, so everyone can enjoy them no matter what age they are.

Additionally, homeowners who need waterproofing services can always source the service of Zavza Seal LLC.

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Hempstead History & Culture

The town was first settled around 1644 following the establishment of a treaty between English colonists, John Carman and Robert Fordham, and the Lenape Indians in 1643. Although the settlers were from the English colony of Connecticut, a patent was issued by the government of New Netherland after the settlers had purchased land from the local natives. This transaction is depicted in a mural in the Hempstead Village Hall, reproduced from a poster commemorating the 300th anniversary of Hempstead Village.

In local Dutch-language documents of the 1640s and later, the town was invariably called Heemstede, and several of Hempstead’s original 50 patentees were Dutch, suggesting that Hempstead was named after the Dutch town and/or castle Heemstede, which are near the cities of Haarlem and Amsterdam. However, the authorities possibly had Dutchified a name given by co-founder John Carman, who was born in 1606 in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England, on land owned by his ancestors since the 13th century.

In 1664, the settlement under the new Province of New York adopted the Duke’s Laws, austere statutes that became the basis upon which the laws of many colonies were to be founded. For a time, Hempstead became known as “Old Blue”, as a result of the “Blue Laws”.

During the American Revolution, the Loyalists in the south and the American sympathizers in the north caused a split in 1784 into “North Hempstead” and “South Hempstead”. With the 1898 incorporation of the Borough of Queens as part of the city of New York, and the 1899 split of Queens County to create Nassau County, some southwestern portions of the Town of Hempstead seceded from the town and became part of the Borough of Queens.

Richard Hewlett, who was born in Hempstead, served as a Lieutenant Colonel with the British Army under General Oliver De Lancey in the American Revolution. Afterward, Hewlett departed the United States with other Loyalists and settled in the newly created Province of New Brunswick in what later became Canada. A settlement there was named Hampstead, in Queen’s County next to Long Island in the Saint John River.

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