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    Basement Masters Waterproofing
    For several years, we were getting a relatively small amount of water through the cinder block wall in a closet in our basement.  We finally decided to see if we could have something done about it.  We contacted three waterproofing companies, who came to our house.
    Mark Mckeehan from Basement Masters Waterproofing provided two options for mitigating our water problem.  One was to install a sump pump inside the house where the water was coming in and discharge it to the outside.  We already had an unused sump pit in that area of the basement.  We really preferred to stop the water from coming through the wall at all.  And it was going to be difficult to discharge a sump pump to the outside given the location of the leak.
    The second option Mark suggested was to have them dig down to the bottom of the foundation outside the corner of the house where we were having the problem and waterproof the wall from the outside.  That was more like what we wanted, but we had several concerns about that option.  In the area where they would have to dig, there was a septic line coming out through the wall as well as the electric line from the house to the well.  There was also the potential to run into the water line running from the well to the house.  The house was built in 1975, but we bought it in 1996.  We had a general idea about where those things were outside, but didn?t know for sure exactly where they were.  Mark assured us that they would carefully hand dig the entire area down to the foundation.  We eventually decided to go with the second option.
    Walter and his crew of five other gentlemen arrived, right on schedule, at about 9:30 on a chilly Friday morning to begin their work.  I watched as they removed an existing brick walkway in the area where they had to dig (approximately 4 feet along the front wall of the house and 3 feet around the corner back into a breezeway).  Then they started digging with shovels.  At about three feet down, they found the septic line and the electric line to the well.  They were very careful not to damage either of these.  They had to dig down another 5 to 6 feet to get to the footer below the bottom of the foundation.  And they only had about a 3 foot area from the wall in which to work because the septic line that came out from the wall then paralleled the wall and around the corner into the breezeway.  Walter?s crew worked incredibly well together, taking turns digging.
    When they finally got down to the footer, they cleaned and inspected the exposed foundation.  They found a small crack in one area, which was the likely source of the leak.  They covered the entire exposed foundation area with a rubberized waterproofing membrane and then a heavy vapor barrier.  They installed a new perforated drain pipe at the base of the footer and covered it with stone to create a drain field.
    As they refilled the hole, they were very careful not to damage the septic pipe or the electric line to the well.  They tamped the soil down, taking extra care when they were working above the septic pipe and electric line to the well.
    They finished cleaning up everything around 6 pm.  I had watched them almost all day long, and was very impressed with their professionalism and care.  And it was obvious that they worked very well as a team.  We want to thank Walter and his entire team for the fantastic job.
    - Jack P.
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