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Insulation reviews in Baltimore

  • B
    The Basement Doctor
    This is an updated review. I'd had a couple of false-starts over the last couple of years which seem to be due to new people answering the phones and not having a wide enough experience with the company's services. I was pretty sure my vapor barrier has failed in places on what is only an 8-yr old house. I'm an engineer, so I was also pretty sure that the 'perfect' fix meant digging out the basement perimeter outside, removing the wick-board, replacing the vapor barrier coating, refreshing the footer drain material and wick-board, and back-filling ... but I'm no expert an I wanted an expert opinion. Believe it or not, finding a 'basement specialist' who actually knows about this kind of thing and can give knowledgeable input turned out to be almost impossible. I'd spoken to several Angie's List company's and found that none apparently deals with that kind of problem. Basement Doctor/Mr Basement, however, seemed to advertise that this is something they can do, so I called. I had a visit from one person who was unsure, and she arranged for Wes to come out a week later. Wes was great. He knew at the outset I was trying to get a sense of the cost so I could plan for it, that I was guessing somewhere north of ~$15k, and that I probably wasn't about to jump-in and have that level of work done immediately. Even so, he did a thorough inspection, listened to me describe the nature and characteristics of the limited amount of water I'd had on the walls, and discussed the probably causes and remediations. But I was pleasantly surprised when Wes went the extra mile for me, walking the outside perimeter of the house, then looking-over the location of some drainage pipe outlets and making some observations about the relative ground level and basement depth, and pointing out some drainage questions on the lot that I might want to look into. We went over the builders' book for the house and Wes noted that my vapor barrier actually had a 20-year warranty, suggesting that I chase-down the contractor the builder used and see if they were still in business before reaching into my own pocket to do a major refit. That said, he also concurred with my instinct, and explained that a perfect-fix solution would run me about $35k, and of course they'd be happy to do the work for me. However, he also said he thought that it was possible to alleviate the immediate water seepage problems with a mid-term robust solution at much less expensive: An ~$7.8k remediation would stop the water seeping through the inside wall-surface and allow me to finish the basement and use it. I will probably do both eventually, but start with the internal water exclusion in the spring of '16. All-in-all I was very happy with Wes' visit and, while I'd hoped to be entirely wrong about the vapor barrier, I found it comforting to know for sure and have options to move forward with. The company's main-stay clients tend to have a different problem from mine - namely, they usually have ground-water rising due to failed or absent footer drains, and Basement Doctor has a well tested solution for this. But if you're like me and the problem is before water even gets to the footers, then Basement Doctor can probably still help you one way or another and I'd certainly recommend having them come in and take a look.
    - Richard W.
  • A
    R-Pro Insulation Professionals
    R-Pro showed up on time and finished on time. Did a good job
    - Daurel C.
  • F
    Buckeye State Home Energy
    - Janine A.
  • A
    R-Pro Insulation Professionals
    Good experience. Clean and professional left no mess.
    - JANE G.
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