“I wish to thank you for a job well done! On April 6th, 1994, I contracted with Everdry Waterproofing to water proof our basement that had a problem of water seepage even during a slight rain. The Great Flood of 1996 proved that the work your company had done was worth every penny we spent. Even with a power outage of 17 hours when our sump pump wasn’t running, a thorough examination of the basement showed that not one drop of water was seen. This indicated that the exterior drainage from the foundation of our house was sufficient to prevent water from leaking into the basement.
Through the work you had done for us, I have recommended your services to many of our neighbors who were not as fortunate. “
A.W. — Naperville
“Recently, Everdry Waterproofing contracted with us to fix our 30 year old crawl space. We found the crew to be friendly, courteous, and extremely knowledgeable. The air in our house seemed lighter immediately. We are all pleased with the overall experience and are looking forward to clean, healthy breathing. The crew is to be commended on their entire demeanor and expertise. Everdry is to be congratulated on their training system and the company’s choice in hiring such polite and energetic personnel. We will recommend Everdry to anyone who will listen.“
T.C. — Woodridge, IL
“We had your system installed 12 years ago. Even with all the rain we have absolutely no seepage in our basement! Your system was a great investment for us. “
P.N. — Morton Grove
“The crew has been courteous, friendly, and well mannered while in our home. We look forward to the extended warranty with a dry basement. We will be retiring in a couple of years and look forward to showing our home with complete confidence and proudly advertise our dry home.
Our only regret is that we did not do this sooner. We were not fully aware of such a company and their ability to help home owners with leaky basements. “
P.N. — Morton Grove
“The team worked quietly and efficiently. There was limited intrusion and I was able to work as usual (given a little excess noise). I was most appreciative of the foreman. He reviewed expectations with me at the beginning and regularly advised me of status of the project. Several times he took me to the work area to show me the progress and to explain what was being done and why. I was very impressed with him and his efforts in this regard. It is not typical, in my experience. With most crews, I am only informed if I happen to ask questions. I hope all your foremen make that communication effort. “
R.M. — Elgin, IL