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Basement Waterproofing reviews in Reva

  • A
    Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing of VA
    They are professional, honest and truthful. The salesperson understood what exactly needed to be done. He recommended excavating and installing a sump pump. The problem is resolved. I would highly recommend their service. Their website is very informative. They left the house clean inside and out.
    - Chantal B.
  • A
    B-Dry Waterproofing and Foundation Repair
    Everything turned out well.  They arrived promptly, cleaned up after themselves, and were highly skilled.  We really appreciated that they explained what they process entailed and how they would go about correcting the basement's drainage problems.  Ultimately, it was a pleasure working with them, and we would definitely recommend their services.
    - Ellen S.
  • A
    Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing of VA
    It was fantastic. They have done work for us twice now. They were wonderful! We had a leak in our wall. They dug the dirt out and fixed the leak. They truly went above and beyond. They did very good work. I would highly recommend them. They are just good people.
    - Ronald A.
  • A
    Basement Masters Waterproofing
    Randall came and met me and my mother on a Friday, and had an estimate back to me in a few days' time. They were able to fit us in before a large project, enabling us to get it done within a week or so after signing the contract - very fast! He explained the process and options to me in detail. We walked around the outside of the house and decided that although exterior work was better, with all the obstructions, it would be very labor-intensive, so he recommended interior work instead. They dug a trench around the entire perimeter of the basement, and move the sump pump to the corner (out of the way). They removed some old shelves that were in the way. They removed and re-poured the exterior staircase landing and connected the drain to the drainage trench. They installed vinyl sheeting to seal the walls (he explained that painting would not work because of the age of the block and the fact it had been painted previously) and routed them down into the floor drains. They worked around all of our mechanical equipment (saved us money detaching and re-attaching).

    We did not price other companies' services, but their price seemed reasonable for the work and equipment they were including.
    - Lenna S.
  • C
    Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing of VA
    I was in the middle of a basement renovation project for our 100-year old house and decided at the last minute to include a basement waterproofing system into the overall work.  I had heard numerous radio ads for Mid-Atlantic and called them and a salesman came to the house within a week or so.  As is typical of these outfits, they insisted that both spouses be present when the salesman makes his pitch.  Not sure why, but I suspect it is so one spouse won't use the excuse that they must confer with the other before making a decision on a high-dollar project.  The salesman quoted a price of about $20,000 but said "if you sign today" it would be reduced to $15,000.  Since I needed to get it done quickly to avoid holding up the rest of the work I signed.   I didn't need to, but I also signed an agreement to pay one-third up front and delay payment of the balance for six months.  The work began about 3 weeks later.  Both the salesman and the Mid-Atlantic scheduler told me it would be a two-day job.  It ended up being about 6 days of work spread out over a week and a half.  The crew who actually did the work was a sub-contractor called Total Home Care LLC and for the most part they worked like demons.  I had been concerned Mid-Atlantic was overcharging me, but when I saw how much dirt these guys had to move to make way for the waterproofing system and how much concrete had to get re-poured I began to think I was getting my money's worth.  Mid-Atlantic had the same crew concurrently working another waterproofing job about two hours away which accounted for it taking much longer than billed.  Three big complaints - the mess made was huge and filled the whole house from top to bottom with dust and gray concrete dust.  Everything had to be cleaned.  Also, the subcontractor had to re-route the main sewer line to get it out of the way of the waterproofing track that had to go in.  He charged me extra for this and I paid him through his own company.  However, the subcontractor placed a toilet connection in a basement half-bath in the wrong spot and my regular plumber had to come had in and dig part of it back up and reposition it.  When he did so he discovered the connection was badly cracked underneath the concrete the subcontractor poured so it would have caused me big problems had it not been discovered.  The third complaint concerns the six-month delayed payment for the balance.  I filled out several forms related to that when the salesman was here and the scheduler later told me it was OKed.  However, soon after the job was complete I started getting calls from Mid-Atlantic and their collector demanding the balance.  The collector told me the delayed payment paperwork I signed with the salesman did not get me out of paying them the balance immediately.  Not sure why.  I told them as soon as I got a shipment of checks from my bank (I had run out) I would pay the balance.  The guy was a real jerk.  Final thoughts - Mid-Atalntic may know what they're doing, but I urge anyone else considering such a project to shop around.  There have to be better outfits out there.  Also, their track and wall panel waterproofing system is meant to work in a modern basement and is not well-suited to an old basement with irregular brick walls.  Most of the panels they put up on my basment walls fell down a few days after they were put up.  Finally, the delayed payment option must be a scam because I filled out a number of forms and provided a copy of my pay statement and their collector told me I still had to pay them after completion of the job.  Be careful dealing with these guys.
    - Keith P.
  • A
    Basement Masters Waterproofing
    It went great. No more water, it was done well and in a timely fashion. Highly recommended
    - Brad T.
  • A
    WeatherSeal Insulation Company LLC
    They came out and gave me a price. It was a reasonable price. They did what they said they were going to do when they said they would do it. I've used them a couple of times.
    - jeff m.
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