This number includes both single-family dwellings, as well as apartments, condos, and rental/short-stay locations.
Of this number, there's a 31.40% chance the water came into your basement. 170,320 Pennsylvania respondants to the survey reported seein water enter their basement within the past 12 months
In total, 132,609 respondants stated there were cracks or holes in the foundation of the structure. An additional 29,056 stated the outside walls were sloping. All indicators of structural concerns.
"For my mother's home. She has some cracks in the block walls of her basement. The cracks are also leaking. "
"Our foundation is settling - I think mostly on one side. The chimney liner has also cracked and is pulling away from the house. "
"There is a small like in our basement wall. "
"We have two sump pumps in our basement, both stay completely dry all of the time. However, water will still come up through the basement floor and I don't understand why. "
Pennsylvania home repair info - from the Dept. of HUD
Official page dedicated to the state of Pennsylvania
Recommended for insight into Pennsylvania information.
PDF - Hurricane season flooding