Recent Review: We got quotes from one other national and one local company. We selected AquaGuard based on experience, knowledge and professionalism of staff, relative price,warranties, and wall material offered (a higher grade than offered by others). The job was a larger, longer, noisier and dustier process than we had anticipated, but Aquaguard staff were professional, pleasant, polite and hard workers. They seemed genuinely happy in their work, and we did not mind having them in and out of the house for several days. They helped with moving shelves in advance of the repairs (really above and beyond service!). They were conscientious about not tracking on carpets and tried to keep dust down (although dust was on everything under plastic in the basement, and was throughout the house, thanks to the heating system). It took 4-6 weeks to feel like the HVAC system wasn't blowing dust everywhere. Despite the plastic sheeting they hung in the basement around their work area, I don't think we'll ever get all the dust off and out of all the items in our basement. When there was a question about whether jack-hammering had caused structural problems (when some window and ceiling trim popped), work was stopped immediately, an engineer dispatched that day, and inspection allowed work to proceed the next day. Good for their word, when an initial rain showed that the system needed to go a few more feet at one end, they came quickly and made the extension with absolutely no hesitation or hassel. No problems since on dampness. Based on major rain events since work, seems that this is a permanent fix. Only small complaint about product was the plastic corners they had to use to go around reinforcing I-beams in the basement. Their product line doesn't include "inside" corners so they have to cut linear material to turn the corner. And, they were going to do the same with outside corners until we asked them if there wasn't a more finished looking edging product. They found one in their catalog, ordered and installed it (but wouldn't have if we hadn't asked). The work is in an unfinished basement so we did not spec, or expect, a high-grade finish to concrete. Still, the final surface of the concrete is far rougher than we had expected. We have applied concrete stain so it looks better. At least future homeowners can't say we tried to hide it from them! So, we were pleased with AquaGuard, not because they provided the lowest priced, quickest or prettiest product. But, despite the several surprises in the process, they were great to work with and I think we got good value for our investment. Recommendations: 1) If jack-hammering of concrete is required in interior space like a basement, consider doing it in spring or fall when HVAC can be turned off and vents can be fully covered and dust problems can be minimized. We had a fluke of very cold weather when this was being done, so that wasn't an option.2) The plastic wall panels to 8' (or above) were definitely worth the extra few dollars. While this is still an unfinished basement, the look is a great improvement (bright and clean), and has to be superior to the plastic sheeting that other companies offered.