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A COVID-19 Update from the Crackman

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, May 19, 2020

A1 just got a glowing review on Yelp that reads: They did a great job on fixing a crack we had in the seam of our basement wall. Very professional, well priced, and they took all meticulous precautions given the pandemic. I would recommend them highly! In this episode, the Crackman talks about the "meticulous precautions" aspect of that review and what they are doing to protect his team and his customers.

Narrator: It’s time once again for the “Crack Man Podcast” hosted by A1 Foundation Crack Repair. I’m Darren Kincaid here with the Crack Man himself, Rich Comeras. This podcasts provides expert basement waterproofing, concrete repair, and preventative maintenance tips for homeowners and businesses. A1 Foundation’s valuable insight will help avert a disastrous flood within the basement, health problems associated with water infiltration, and protect your biggest investment….your home. The topic of today’s podcast: A COVID-19 Update from the Crackman

Narrator: The topic of today’s podcast: A COVID-19 Update From The Crackman. So Rich I just read a glowing review on Yelp that reads: “They did a great job on fixing a crack we had in the seam of our basement wall. Very professional. Well-priced. And they took all meticulous precautions given the pandemic. I would recommend them highly.” Well first of all, congrats on a great review. But let’s talk about the “meticulous precautions” aspect to that video. What are you doing to protect your team, and your customers?

Rich: Well first off, what we do when we take a call and we schedule a job, we tell the people we’re concerned about their health as well as our health. And if they can, to not go into the basement for a couple of days before we go in, because that virus dies after a couple of days. Then we tell them, “When we get to the property, we’re going to call you from the driveway to let you know we’re there.” And then what we’ll do is we’ll have the door unlocked to the basement, we go into the basement. They’ve already received by email the proposal when limiting contact, and then we go over. We call the people that are upstairs, we’ll do a chat on the phone and tell them what we’re going to do, again. And we do the job. We wear masks, eye protection, and gloves, at all times. And then we have them leave a check for us somewhere, we put it into our plastic bag. And we give them the warranty, we’d leave that in the basement. So we try to be socially responsible in these very difficult times that we do have.

Narrator: Well that’s awesome. Sounds like you know what you need to do to take care of your team and your customers. So how is that working for you?

Rich: I’m getting a very good response from people. My team knows that we care about them as a family. And most people are very happy to see that we’ve taken the steps necessary to stop the spread of this dreaded enemy.

Narrator: Alright Rich, well congrats again on a great review. And thanks for taking all the necessary precautions when helping homeowners out with their foundation crack repair problems.

Narrator: If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Adam or Adam at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email them at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

Home Insurance Video Series: Am I Covered With Insurance If My Neighbor's Tree Falls On My House?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 29, 2020

The Crackman, Rich Comeras, as a public service, shares common questions that homeowners have regarding a wide range of homeowner insurance coverages. Today he is joined by his friend, Peter Marshall, from Marshall Insurance where they discuss: AM I COVERED WITH INSURANCE IF MY NEIGHBOR’S TREE FALLS ON MY HOUSE?

Rich: Hi, I’m Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, also known as the Crackman. I’m here with Peter Marshall from Marshall Insurance. And we’ve had a few jobs that we’re of interest through the insurance situation, where a neighbor’s tree had fallen on the subject property and has damaged the foundation. Peter, could you give us an idea if it’s covered, not covered, and how much?

Peter: Absolutely. So, the neighbor’s tree falling on your house, it’s covered under your policy.

Rich: That’s good.

Peter: Subject to your deductible. However, your neighbor’s tree, if you’re afraid that that tree, if you think it poses a threat to your house, if you think that it’s dying, or it’s diseased, or the branches are hanging over your house, you can actually go through your neighbor’s insurance company if a claim occurs, in that way you don’t get to claim on your record and you don’t have to pay your deductible. The key what you have to do is, I’ll actually tell you the story, because when you’ve been doing this as long as I have, you’re getting a lot of stories over the years. In the late 90s, I took on a new client, and she expressed to me. She said her neighbor’s tree is really growing more and more over their house, and she was concerned that with snow, or windstorm, that the branches, or the tree itself may come right into her home. And she asked me, “Would that be covered under my insurance or theirs? Shouldn’t it be theirs?” So what I had told her at the time was, if you can prove that you notified your neighbor that their tree poses a threat to your property, sent a certified letter. If down the road that tree does damage your property, you now have proof that you notified your neighbor. And if they don’t repair -- I mean if they don’t remove the tree, they neglected to rectify the situation, when that tree falls it’s now going to go under the liability part of their homeowners. So it keeps it off of your claim record, you don’t have to pay anything towards it. So, 10 years later in 2008 when we had that big ice storm, she called me around 7 o’clock in the morning. That tree fell into her house, into her bedroom where she and her husband were sleeping. Thankfully they were fine, and she, obviously saw it coming 10 years prior. And my first question, because I remembered our conversation, I said, “Joanne, did you send that letter? Do you have the proof?”, and she did. So sure enough, her adjuster for her company, I spoke with him. The two of us then went after the neighbor’s insurance company, and they paid every penny, nothing out of pocket for my customer, and she remains claims-free to this day.

Rich: What a great story. So, if you’re afraid your neighbor’s tree is going to fall on your house, do a certified letter to them, let them know that you’re concerned about it. And if it does happen, the good news is you don’t have to pay anything. This is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, known as the Crackman, and Peter Marshall from Marshall Insurance. Thanks for listening.

If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email rich at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

When is it time to install a sump pump in your home?

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 28, 2020

In this episode, Adam explains how some homes require permanent water pumps with automatic detection to deal with home foundations that sit beneath the land’s water table.

It’s time once again for the “Crack Man Podcast” hosted by A1 Foundation Crack Repair. I’m Darren Kincaid here with the Crack Daddy himself, Adam Tracy. This podcasts provides expert basement waterproofing, concrete repair, and preventative maintenance tips for homeowners and businesses. A1 Foundation’s valuable insight will help avert a disastrous flood within the basement, health problems associated with water infiltration, and protect your biggest investment….your home. The topic of today’s podcast: When is it time to install a sump pump in your home?

Narrator: So, you have got your sleeves rolled up today, huh Adam? 

Adam: Yes, we do. In fact, that will be a good topic because today we are installing a sump pump in a home over in Franklin.  

Narrator: Alright. Well as a sailor, I tend to think of a sump pump like a bilge pump. Water will always find the bottom of wherever it is at and collect to the lowest point and will eventually need to be pumped out. So, when do you know it’s time to install a sump pump in your home? When you find a lake in your basement? 

Adam: Yeah, it’s a good analogy that you use there with it being like a bilge pump. The common misconception that people have though is that they are designed so that water will flow into it from the top. Really what we are trying to do is take the water pressure from underneath lower and making it so that it doesn’t push to any flaws in the foundation. A lot of times we will get the phone call from somebody saying, “I have a crack in my foundation, and I called up a company and they say I need a sump pump.” And a sump pump may not be the right solution for that particular issue, because a sump pump, while it does collect water from the top if you leave it open, it’s primary goal is to really take the water pressure off them lower.

So, areas where you have a really high-water table, or you have water coming where the floor and the wall meet across a large portion of the foundation is a really good candidate for seeing a sump pump installation. In this home that we are in today, the gentleman had a bunch of floor cracks, and all around the floor cracks it would always have this dampness. He wouldn’t be getting a flooding of the basement, but he always had dampness around these floor cracks. Whether it was in the summer or in the wintertime, we always must determine if he has a high- water table in the area. And so, what we are going to do is we are going to break the floor, we’re going to dig down and set a pump that sits lower than the floor. And the idea of the sump pump is that you’re creating a natural low point for all of the water that’s already under the floor to go first rather than trying to force its way out through any cracks or where the floor and the wall meet.

So it’s the first point in the area, way below where it becomes an issue to ruin your home, and you’ve take it out and you correct it safely outside. So, it’s a very good opportunity to use this in those kinds of situations. 

Narrator: Awesome. Well, thank you Adam for explaining when it’s time to install a sump pump in your home. If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit  A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Adam or Adam at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email them at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

Home Insurance Video Series: Condominium Insurance - What You Need To Know Before You Buy

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 22, 2020

The Crackman, Rich Comeras, as a public service, shares common questions that homeowners have regarding a wide range of homeowner insurance coverages. Today he is joined by his friend, Peter Marshall, from Marshall Insurance where they discuss: CONDOMINIUM INSURANCE - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY

Rich: Hi, this is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, here with my friend Peter Marshall from Marshall Insurance. In today’s marketplace of real estate, there’s a lot of condominiums that are for sale and people are buying. And Peter, can you go over a little bit about condo insurance?   Peter: Sure, I’d be happy to. So if you’re buying a condo or you own one, the very first thing you want to do, and that you want your insurance agent to ask you, is for a copy of the bylaws, so that they can read the insurance section of the bylaws. Every copy of bylaws for each different condo association can be different in regards to what the unit owner is responsible to insure as far as the structure itself, or the master policy of the association and what they’re responsible to insure. And I’ve seen cases where the bylaw state the unit owner is responsible from the studs in, and including fixtures such as cabinets and things like that. And I’ve read bylaws where the unit owner is not responsible for any part of the structure, whatsoever, they’re only responsible for their own person property. And a good example of that is a customer of mine inviting me to speak with the other unit owners in her complex, and a lot of them brought their policies. And I reviewed the insurance section of their bylaws with them, and it was amazing. They brought up their policies to me, one person had $5,000 for unit coverage, another one had $125,000, so the disparity between what they understood they needed and what they purchased was amazing.

And all it takes is an experienced insurance agent to read the insurance section and to know this is what you need, and go from there.

Rich: Peter, and I know you are an experienced agent.

Peter: Well you can tell by my hair. Sure, yes.

Rich: Thank you very much, and I hope this is informative to buyers of condominiums or current owners of condominiums.  

If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email rich at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

Home Insurance Video Series: Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Foundation Damage Caused By Tree Roots?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 15, 2020

The Crackman, Rich Comeras, as a public service, shares common questions that homeowners have regarding a wide range of homeowner insurance coverages. Today he is joined by his friend, Peter Marshall, from Marshall Insurance where they discuss: DOES HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE COVER FOUNDATION DAMAGE CAUSED BY TREE ROOTS?

Rich: Hi, this is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, we take care of any foundation issues. I’m here with my friend, Peter from Marshall Insurance. And we’ve been getting calls and seeing issues caused by trees, but let’s start talking about the roots of the trees. We see roots that grow and it pushes in on the foundation and causes damage, cracks, and so forth. Is that covered under your homeowners insurance?

Peter: No, that’s typically not going to be covered. For things that happen underground over time like that, the foundation, the damage to the foundation is not typically going to be covered. The coverage for foundations is limited because it’s exposed to so much more being underground. Things like, the roots growing into the foundation, or settling, or earth movement, or things like that, it won’t be covered.

Rich: Good to know. This is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair. If you have any questions with foundations or insurance issues, feel free to call myself, or Peter Marshall for the insurance.  

If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email rich at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

What is the difference between cement and concrete and why should we care?

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 14, 2020

In this episode we have the Crack Daddy, Adam Tracy, telling us the difference between cement and concrete.

It’s time once again for the “Crack Man Podcast” hosted by A1 Foundation Crack Repair. I’m Darren Kincaid here with the Crack Daddy, Adam Tracy. This podcasts provides expert basement waterproofing, concrete repair, and preventative maintenance tips for homeowners and businesses. A1 Foundation’s valuable insight will help avert a disastrous flood within the basement, health problems associated with water infiltration, and protect your biggest investment….your home. The topic of today’s podcast: What is the difference between cement and concrete?

Narrator: Adam, I have to admit that your father-in-law, The Crackman Rich, had a good laugh in my expense a few years back with my pronunciation of “cement”. I guess the accent is one of the big differences between northerners and southerners, am I right?

Adam: That would be correct, in fact I had a smile come across my face when I heard you say it as well.

Narrator: So I guess maybe another big difference is that I always thought that “cement” or cement and concrete were basically the same thing, but I’m guessing they’re not?  

Adam: They’re not and in fact it’s a very common misused term. You’ll see people say “Oh there goes the cement truck running down the road.” or “Watch out for the cement sidewalk, there might be a bump in it.” But cement is not concrete, and concrete is not cement, they’re two very different things. 

Narrator: Alright, well why don’t you tell us what the differences are.

Adam: Absolutely. So, cement is really the glue that holds concrete together. So, cement is a limestone based product, most commonly people would call as Portland cement, it’s one of the most commonly used construction materials in the world. And what the Portland cement or hydraulic cement is it’s the glue that holds concrete. Now, what is concrete? Concrete is a mixture of the cement, and aggregate, and water. The aggregate are going to be small and large stones which give the concrete structural strength to it. So the glue holds the stones together and the water activates the cement to pack this glue actually holds everything together.

So, a lot of times when people will say, “So we’ll just put some cement in there.” Well, cement is the glue and the concrete is the finished product with all the different things that are in there. So a lot of times we’ll use hydraulic cement in crack repairs to help use the injection material work its way to the outside. But the hydraulic cement’s purpose is really just to hold the material in, it doesn’t actually repair the wall which is a concrete wall. So a lot of times people would go down the hardware store and they’ll get hydraulic cement because they think it’s a water-stopping solution. And while it does cover up a crack or a hole, it does not actually provide a long-term solution because there’s no flexibilities in cement, it’s actually rigid once it cures and think of it like a hard glue, because that’s exactly what it is. And then when the walls move, they won’t move within it so it opens up again over time, just like if you were to take a piece of paper and have a hard piece of glue that has cured on it and started crinkling it up, it would crinkle with it just the same as the wall does. So we have there, it’s a big difference between cement and concrete and while the words are used interchangeably, they do mean very differently. 

Narrator: Well, I guess you learn something new every day. Well, thank you Adam for telling us the difference between cement and concrete. I’ll work on my pronunciation.  

Narrator: Thanks Adam for telling us everything we need to know about concrete footings. If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich or Adam at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email them at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

Home Insurance Video Series: Does Homeowner's Insurance Cover Sewer Pipe Damage Caused By Tree Roots?

Darren Kincaid - Wednesday, April 08, 2020

The Crackman, Rich Comeras, as a public service, shares common questions that homeowners have regarding a wide range of homeowner insurance coverages. Today he is joined by his friend, Peter Marshall, from Marshall Insurance where they discuss: DOES HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE COVER SEWER PIPE DAMAGE CAUSED BY TREE ROOTS?

Rich: Hi, this is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, I’m here with my friend, Peter Marshall from Marshall Insurance. And a question that comes up here and there is in reference to trees, tree roots cause problems with foundations, and we know that’s not covered, you had mentioned in an earlier segment, what about tree roots that go into sewer pipes outside, is that covered?

Peter: Very good question, very timely question. So the standard homeowner’s policy, it wouldn’t be covered. Tree roots growing through service lines of any kind in your yard, and the excavation costs and repair costs associated with that would not be covered. Now, more and more insurance companies are offering what’s called service line coverage, and it’s relatively inexpensive, typically under $100 per year.

Rich: It’s pretty good.

Peter: Yeah, and those costs associated with if the tree roots grow through the sewer line, the excavation, the landscaping once the repairs are made, the cost of the repairs, all of that is covered for relatively short money.

Rich: One thing I recently found out in reference to this, is that there is a service where you don’t have to dig up the line, they can actually reline that existing sewer pipe and it will save your landscaping, and save some money too.  Peter: Wow.

Rich: So consider that also. This is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, I’m with Peter Marshall. If you have any insurance problems or questions, get a hold of Peter from Marshall Insurance. Foundation issues, talk to the Crackman from A1 Foundation Crack Repair. Thank you.            

If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email rich at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

What is a concrete foundation footing and why should you care?

Joseph Coupal - Monday, April 06, 2020

In this episode, we have the Crack Daddy, Adam Tracy, with us and he explains everything we need to know about concrete foundation footings.

Narrator: Narrator: It’s time once again for the “Crack Man Podcast” hosted by A1 Foundation Crack Repair. I’m Darren Kincaid here with the Crack Daddy, Adam Tracy. This podcasts provides expert basement waterproofing, concrete repair, and preventative maintenance tips for homeowners and businesses. A1 Foundation’s valuable insight will help avert a disastrous flood within the basement, health problems associated with water infiltration, and protect your biggest investment….your home. The topic of today’s podcast: What is a concrete foundation footing and why should you care? Today we have the Crack Daddy, Adam Tracy with us and he is going to tell us everything we need to know about concrete foundation footings. So, Adam, have we always had concrete footings in home construction?

Adam: No. Actually, in the grand scheme of home building there are a relatively few pieces of the foundation. If we look back at stone foundations, they obviously did not have a footing. What they did was just widened out the stone wall at the base to take some of the load of the house that’s going to be put on top. The idea of a footing is really to spread the load or the weight of the house into the soil, so that way we don’t have estimate settling cases and they have a flat platform to build on.

The newer construction with concrete, as of somewhere in the late 70’s into the early 80’s, it became required in most jurisdictions where you have frost, or potential for frost, and when you have that they ended up basically pouring a 2-foot (generally) by 1-foot rebar. Rebar is steel reinforced footing that will be at or below the frost line. Once that sets up then they pour a concrete wall on top of that.

Once that sets up they then pour the floor that basically meets between the footing, the wall, and the floor. Now what happens with those is they end up settling even a little bit. A lot of times they’re in a gravel bag and the gravel bag gets compacted in order to take the weight of the house and all the construction materials on top. The challenge is that sometimes they settle, and when they do settle this is typically when we’ll see the most garden variety of foundation wall cracks but you get settling crack. Now, construction is mostly meant to avoid that but oftentimes it just happens because the weight of the house starts to further compact with soils and it drops lower. Now prior to the current constructions there’ll be no footing, or just the gravel bed, and so we see a lot of issue in houses that are earlier vintage concrete that have more significant cracks because they didn’t have a platform to spread the weight of the house out into the gravel bed.

Narrator: Thanks Adam for telling us everything we need to know about concrete footings. If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich or Adam at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email them at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

How Does Submitting A Claim Affect My Future Homeowners Insurance Coverage And Premium?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 01, 2020

The Crackman, Rich Comeras, as a public service, shares common questions that homeowners have regarding a wide range of homeowner insurance coverages. Today he is joined by his friend, Peter Marshall, from Marshall Insurance where they discuss: HOW DOES SUBMITTING A CLAIM AFFECT MY FUTURE HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE COVERAGE AND PREMIUM?

Rich: Hi, this is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, I’m here with Peter Marshall from Marshall Insurance. And, I’m in basements all the time, and people do have some issues, and they think about putting claims in with their insurance company, and the question that comes out is if I put it in a claim, is my insurance premium going to go up or is the insurance company going to drop me as a customer?

Peter: Good question. So typically, they’re not going to drop you as a customer. If they see a frequency issue, a number of claims within a short amount of time, then they may non-renew you. But if it’s your first or second claim, then no, they’re not going to drop you. But it is going to impact your premium. Every insurance company we work with offers a claim-free discount, and that can be anywhere from 5%-20% off of your premium. So it can be a significant savings each year. Most of the insurance companies offer this discount for as long as you don’t have a claim, and they look back 5 years, some look back 3 years. But if you have a claim, if there’s a $1,000 worth of damage and you have a $500 deductible, what you need to look at, what I talk my customers through is, “Ok, if we file the claim today, I’m going to get $500 after my deductible to apply to the damage. What is that going to do to my premium for the next 5 years?” And if your claim-free discount is over $100 a year, then it’s not going to be worth it to file the claim, because you’re getting $500 today versus saving well over $500 by keeping that claim-free discount on your policy. But if it’s a significant claim, you absolutely want to file it right away. And yes, you’ll take the hit on your premium, but you also don’t have to write that big check today to repair the damage.

Rich: Peter, good to know. And for anybody out there, if you do have any insurance problems or questions, feel free to pick up the phone and call Peter from Marshall Insurance. Thank you.

If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email rich at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.

Home Insurance Video Series: How Much of a Deductible Should I Have on My Homeowners Insurance?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 25, 2020

The Crackman, Rich Comeras, as a public service, shares common questions that homeowners have regarding a wide range of homeowner insurance coverages. Today he is joined by his friend, Peter Marshall, from Marshall Insurance where they discuss: HOW MUCH OF A DEDUCTIBLE SHOULD I HAVE ON MY HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE?

Rich: Hi, this is Rich from A1 Foundation Crack Repair, I’m here with Peter Marshall from Marshall Insurance. And we’re going over a question that often comes up, or should come up, is how do I determine how much of a deductible I should have on my homeowner’s insurance?

Peter: It’s a great question and I get asked it often. Back when I started in the industry, in the mid-90s, some people had a $250 property deductible on their homeowner’s. We really don’t see that anymore; over time it increases. The standard for years has been $500, but more and more, I’d say over the last 10 years or so, I’m having customers opt for $1,000, and that’s -- we’re almost getting to a point where that’s more the standard deductible. And the reason is, and what I talk my customers through is, you need to look at the savings to go from a $500 to a $1,000 deductible. And I tell them, we need to look at the breakeven point. If the savings on the premium to go with a higher deductible occurs within 2-3 years, you’re probably going to want to go with the higher deductible, because odds are, you won’t have a claim in the first 2-3 years. And if you don’t, after that you’re ahead of the game. Now, the premium savings, money in your pocket has exceeded that $500 increase that you might have to pay if you have a claim. So that guaranteed savings on the premium versus something you might have to pay if you have a loss. It’s worth it in most cases, to go with a $1,000, not always, and it’s something to look at closely. Great question.

Rich: Thank you, Peter. And if you have any insurance issues, feel free to call Peter Marshall from Marshall Insurance.

If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation repair and waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email rich at info@a1foundationcrackrepair.com. Thanks for watching and keep that basement dry.


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