Topic: Re: leaking basement
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I would be very careful with any of those big companys. I had one of those bigger companys come to my place after I bought it as I had the same exact water between floor and wall problem when we got heavy rains. They wanted somewhere in the 30-40K range to dig up my basement floor and do a whole bunch of work that I knew was BS. I told them that I was just going to have french drains put in instead b/c I knew that I did not have any. They tried to say that I did and that they jsut werent working. Funny thing is I knew I didn't because I bought from original owners and built the place and told me when I bought that they did not put any french drains in when they built or any time after. After getting the company out of here that day and telling them no they called everyday for a couple weeks trying to push me on it until I threatened to call the bbb on them for harassment b/c they would not take no for an answer. 2 years later I did french drains myself and problem solved basement dry as can be now no water whatsoever no matter how much rain we get. If i remember right the company that was here was called everdry.
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