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There’s an old joke about contracts: “The large print giveth and the small print taketh away.” Not really true, of course, but it does help to make a good point: Always read and understand a contract before you sign it.
Before signing a contract for a basement waterproofing or foundation repair job, most homeowners do their research. They look at online reviews, read the contractor’s website and literature and check with the Better Business Bureau.
However, one of the most important
If you have a leak in your basement and are looking for a comprehensive, permanent solution, there are two ways to fix the problem. The most common is an interior drain tile system; exterior drain tile is your other option.
A few months ago, my
Basement waterproofing is like any other service business. It is made up of companies, both large and small, that have successful track records and a history of standing by their work. There is also a collection of start-ups, one-person outfits, franchisees and “technicians” armed with
When homeowners search for a basement waterproofing company in the Chicago area, one of the most popular places to start is the Better Business Bureau (BBB). This post looks at the BBB, their grading system and how to interpret the information you find and put it into context.
When making a decision on hiring a basement waterproofing contractor, most homeowners consider reputation, process, price and warranty. Why an entire blog post dedicated to understanding a basement waterproofing warranty? Because it is one of the most misunderstood things in our industry.