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“It was refreshing to see professionals come in, make the correct diagnosis for the problem, and correct it quickly. We finally got some answers.”
Imagine suffering thousands of dollars of water damage to your basement, cleaning everything up, drying it all out—and then doing it all over again in less than a week. That’s exactly what happened to this Cherry Hill Homeowner. Although the home was equipped with a French drain system, muddy runoff from the backyard was leaking into their finished basement, which doubled as their grandchildren’s playroom.
Using advanced water remediation techniques, National/American Waterproofing correctly diagnosed the problem and fixed it quickly. “The water was draining from our back patio into an area we couldn’t identify,” says the owner. “We even consulted the plans for the house but couldn’t locate it.” National/American Waterproofing cleaned and recapped the drainpipe, graded the yard to correct the water flow, and created two drainage areas to dispel future ground and stormwater.
“Their initial assessment of the situation was so impressive that we didn’t feel the need to search for another bidder,” says the owner. “In a couple days, it was all sorted out.”
Some rugs and furniture were replaced, and soon enough the family's grandchildren could again enjoy their playroom. But he was struck by how quickly National/American Waterproofing helped get things back to normal. “It was refreshing to see professionals come in, make the correct diagnosis for the problem, and correct it quickly,” says the owner. “We finally got some answers.”