A1 Foundation Crack Repair is known for saving real estate deals that are on the brink of disaster due to unexpected basement water leaks. The Crackman recounts a recent event where he saved a deal for a grateful Homeowner and real estate agent.
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. Rich has 30 years’ experience in the construction industry and over 25 years as the president and founder of A1 Foundation Crack Repair. 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: A1 Foundation Crack Repair saves real estate deal for frantic real estate agent.
Narrator: So Rich, your company is known for saving real estate deals that are on the brink of disaster due to unexpected basement water leaks. Sounds like you have another case study to share with us?
Rich: Yeah, I do. This one is in Stoughton, Mass. I got a frantic call from a real estate broker that was doing a walkthrough with their customer that was ready to buy the house and they’re going to buy it the next day. And the movers came and they took the washer dryer for the people that lived in the house. And there was water coming in through a foundation crack in the cement wall from where the washer and dryer were. And you could tell from that, that it’s been going on quite a while and they had to have it taken care of before the closing.
So we came in and we repaired that foundation crack by drilling an angle to the crack, every six to eight inches putting up ports in, tighten up the ports and injecting a closed cell polymer resin material that actually worked its way towards the outside. It stopped the leak. We were able to give the people a warranty that that foundation crack was not going to leak. And now, these people are happy residents of Stoughton, Mass without a crack in the foundation and it’s nice to make people happy and to stop their basements from leaking on a permanent basis.
So, the moral of the story is, when you’re listing a house for sale, you really want to look at the walls to see if there are any cracks. And also, when you look at the walls, look behind some of the things that you may have stored there along with your washer and dryer and furnace. So that the deal doesn’t blow up in front of you.
Narrator: Awesome, great story Rich, and thanks for sharing.
Narrator: If you have a basement water problem and think you need a professional, or, if you’d like more information on foundation crack repair and basement waterproofing topics, please visit A1FoundationCrackRepair.com or call Rich at (866) 929-3171. Or you can email Rich at email@example.com. Thanks for listening and keep that basement dry.