10:43PM | 01/11/06
Member Since: 12/31/05
3 lifetime posts
I'm in the process of buying a house. Should be closing sometime within the next few weeks.

The basement shows signs of leakage, but nothing extreme.

I was wondering if you know anyone in the Louisville, Ky. area that you think I could trust to evaluate/repair.



12:02AM | 01/12/06
Member Since: 03/05/04
301 lifetime posts

i cannot say i know anyone who will take care of you but in searching a lil, MAYBE try-call these guys as their website says they do All work on the Outside, appears they are well aware of what inside systems can & mostly Cannot do, know what i mean? Anyway,i tried to view their BBB report but right now, it won`t come up for some reason. Check their BBB Record First,if its good then you may want to call them but again, i do Not know them,don`t get Mad at me,lol! click- 'get company report' then type in ph. number and see, ya have nothing to lose right. here is their website Again, they may be very good,they may not, for all i know they are outta biz, as i see quite a few listed on BBB as out of Biz. Maybe call city Bldg Dept and check with them, but sometimes, at least up here, there are a few crap Co`s who slip through and may have name on B.Dept list.


12:26AM | 01/12/06
Member Since: 03/05/04
301 lifetime posts

BBB report just came up. Appears they recently started out, according to BBB, the original business start date was 04/01/05

so take it however ya like, on one hand there appears to be Not much background on whether what they do or, how they actually do an outside method. i`ve explained imo what IS Best for the bsmt wall,stopping water entry,mold,radon etc and all about lateral & hydrostatic pressre/roots and best backfill. Still, everybody has a starting date and should be given chance/considered until they prove wrong. I think you know what the hlll im trying ta say,ha. Anyway, make sure whoever does any work has Lic `n Ins and gets permit IF needed in yer city, and whatever ya do, NO money Down is best for You! Any Co. who needs cash down in this Biz, i wouldnt hire, unless, they got a job to waterproof The White House or something Big ya know,lol.


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