Conclusion: I recommend the crawl space encapsulation (great for storage) but not the exterior crack repair. exterior crack repair = $530 x 2 = $1,060. (Read from bottom up.) May-June 2014 - Since the remaining seepage was coming in the front of the house facing the village main line, I approached it as a plumbing problem, not suggested by Permaseal. I hired Four Seasons who installed a pump system in my front yard, another $10k, and problem solved. 4/28/14 to do "warranty service" in the spillover. Service by Tony Lira: He did the water hose test again, no seepage again. Recommended that they expose & dig out the base of the south wall from the inside. Only from the inside can they see the exact source of the leak, plug it, & install drain tile. Next step: Call for an estimate. 2/20/14 - More seepage, as much as before the service. 2/1/14 service call with Marco Botello. They need to redo the spillover. 10/31/13 - Got seepage. 10/30/13 - Installation completed. Hard rain started that night and continued through the next morning. 8/8/13 estimate from Jim Montalbano, $9,819.30, down pmt $1,968. This covered crawl space encapsulation, crack repair (2 exterior, 1 interior), & a super sump pump system. Different company: $2k to upgrade my electrical service for the pump's dedicated outlet. I called for an estimate late May 2013 and was scheduled July 8, their next available appointment. My house is tri-level, i.e. half of the "basement" is finished, half is a crawl space. They sent out a guy who was nice but seemed very unprepared. He found a crack in the wall of the unfinished crawlspace but had no idea what to do about the finished part since he could not see behind the drywall or the foundation wall on the exterior. I never got his estimate.