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December 3, 2012 at 8:04 pm #605773
Has anyone used their services? We have a wet basement from the storms lately and I need a professional to take a look to see what needs to be done.
Any other referals you could recommend??December 3, 2012 at 8:09 pm #778937
Hi There – we used Perma Dry Waterproofing in 2006. They installed a second sump pump and French Drains. Our basement has been dry ever since. They also replaced our original sump pump and it has been golden ever since. The story of that was quite amazing because it was a Sunday morning, I was home alone with my then very young daughter and my sump pump was running non-stop – making a horrible noise. I called Perma Dry and get their answering service so I left a message. Within 10 minutes I got a call back and a person agreed to come out to my house to take a look. I was very surprised when, less than an hour later, the owner of the company showed up to fix my sump pump. It was amazing and I am a customer for life because of that. They are great and we have been very happy – and dry!December 4, 2012 at 2:21 am #778938
Aaron Calvo @ Perma Dry Waterproofing
Aaron is a West Seattle resident, he is very honest, he will patiently walk you thru the options and process, and he has great followup as well. Good luck!December 4, 2012 at 7:00 am #778939
Six years ago, before we finished the basement of our 1920 house (converting classic non-living space into living space), we waterproofed with Aqueous Basement Solutions (http://www.aqueousbasementsystems.com/).
It wasn’t cheap, but it was the best $$ we ever spent. Interior perimeter French drain, sump pump, the works. Not a drop of water despite all the downpours we’ve had the last few years. Before we did the work, we had huge issues with water down there & knew we couldn’t put a dime into finishing the space before making sure it would never EVER get wet again. Couldn’t be happier.April 11, 2013 at 1:42 pm #778940
Yeah he`s an honest guy and do the job very well. No fuss and no muss!April 11, 2013 at 2:42 pm #778941
We used them to do a small repair on a second house we own and plan on using them for a very large water proofing project. So far we are very pleased with their work, their professionalism, and their pricing.April 14, 2013 at 11:49 pm #778942
Called Perma Dry and Aaron came over to look at my basement. Turns out we live in same neighborhood in WS. He told me a couple different ways to battle my leaks with different pricing and he suggested the cheaper method. I was amazed at he and his companys honesty and would recommend Perma Dry to everyone without a doubt.
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