Homeowners NEVER had a drop of water in basement in years they lived there n still got ripped off $16,000 ish for an INT pathetic drainage system
They were told they had a MOLD problem which led to…
Restoration service contractor in Ohio–
'It is my understand that Everdry sold homeowners a $16,000 waterproofing job, homeowners had 2 cracks only poured walls, one a shrinkage crack, other a little bigger. Everdry told them that if these cracks weren’t fixed soon it could cost $36–50,000 to fix foundation later. Homeowners only needed 1 crack fixed"
Home inspector Ohio
"I visited the property 2018 at request of attorney, a contractor had been working in the basement, they disconnected the sump pump and failed to reconnect it and homeowners discovered water in basement.
Homeowner hired Everdry after having discussions with them about mold possibility in basement and was then convinced she needed an interior drainage system.
The house is relatively new, i told her most houses of similar age already have interior drainage system and that it would be unusual for them to fail in such short time.
We walked the perimeter of basement, i could find no signs of chronic water problems. The contractor had presented as evidence of a chronic water problem to homeowners, stains on floor and the results of an on-site mold test. I disagreed with the contractors assessment. The stains on floor could have caused by a previous sump pump failure, loss of power.
My obervations led me to conclude that no chronic water problem existed that would require replacing the interior drainage system.I am not a mold expert but the testing method used by Everdry does not comport with any methods i am familiar with"
It is my opinion there was no evidence to support a need for a new interior drainage system
Signed, Home inspector