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A little later
I am very happy with their service from the first call to the very end. His price was very reasonably also. I would highly recommend
Good honest people. I will use you again. Thanks!!!!!!!!
After the pipe fell to the floor water immediately began shooting up like a fountain from the pump and at the same time water was cascading down to the basement floor from the drain pipe that exited the house through the basement wall. I say cascade, but it was more like a fire hose opened up from the wall shooting water on the basement floor Niagra-style.
I called the first three advertising plumbers I saw on Angie's List- not because they were offering a coupon but because I know they are only allowed to advertise if they are one of the best of the best in the first place.
There were a couple of significant roadblocks that
Needless to say, this was an emergency plumbing situation and
One last thing, when paying for the dishonest diagnosis from
My across the street neighbor ended up using him as well, and was also very pleased. Really, one of the best experiences I have had with a service provider.
The recommended work came to a total of about $20,000; so at this point I am seeking an inspection from a structural engineer to get a professional opinion from somebody who does not have a stake in selling me the solutions. I explained this to
The one thing that I didn't care for during my experience was when
Update post consultation with structural engineer:
I paid $350 for a consultation with a structural engineer. His assessment was that there was nothing structurally wrong with my house that would require the use of foundation piers (ARW was recommending 8 piers at $1,000 each). He said that none of the cracks that he observed both inside (diagonal cracks in the plaster at the corner of a couple of my doorways) and outside (stair step cracks in the mortar between the bricks on the back side of my house) were that serious and were just natural for a house built in 1948. ARW had also recommend some support brackets inside my basement for one of the walls that was bowing. The engineer did concur that there was some bowing but that it was slight and there was no need for the brackets. We discussed options for improving the drainage of water away from my house (putting covers over the wells on my basement windows, re-configuring the drain pipes connected to my gutter downspouts so that the piping goes straight out of the ground instead of turning up in a U shape that is currently very clogged, and possibly adding an awning over the stairwell leading to my back door that has a drain and could be a point of collecting water). He said that it might be wise to consider a sump pump set up if I wanted absolutely no water in my basement.
It's a bit bewildering to have two such differing opinions. But at this point I am not going to go with ARW. I have an appointment with another waterproofing company to discuss drainage solutions.
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