Lot of Internal waterproofing companies have suggested Pressure relief system for the problem, but as per this forum it suggest that I should correct the problem from outside by excavating the soil as it's wall crack leak.
Can you please suggest some good and honest companies in Central New Jersey area who do quality job for External waterproofing using hand excavation method.
Look forward to hear from you soon.
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