Umm duh, why bother to read my supposed gibberish, i mean, such a busy HI has no time for Bubba’s bullshtt, right?
Slow day huh? Why not spend your extra time and start a post on, how to inspect a doorbell errrr how to inspect a handrail?
loool ‘gibberish’ huh? What a dork, just another dork on this-subject…YEP.
Eh, i take the time and do videos and post 'em in order to try and help a homeowner or two and who knows, maybe help a home inspector or two not get that azz sued by recommending dogshtt–supposed-solutions like raising and sloping the grade or extending downspout ext’s 8 miles away (on leaky basements or basement walls that have some mold or efflorescence on 'em etc), what the fc is the harm in that?
Oh, my expertise on this subject goes against the dumb crap some HI’s tell homeowners? Awww, well tough tities baby, snooze ya lose.
Eh Mr Bow, maybe read the “other reviews here/link”, one from Cayce R supposedly from Mission Kansas… talk about gibberish in duh pie hole, sheesh. http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-dan-bowers-kansas-city
Another basement waterproofing video, more FACTS… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8-zxcO4f3M
as usual this basement leaked and had some efflorescence on some blocks inside because of, due to… an exterior crack in wall, NOT because of poor grading, not because the downspout ext wasn’t 202’ long.
Dan, you say home inspectors shouldn’t prescribe a significant repair to a foundation YET many do just that all the time! wtf man. Maybe you don’t BUTT others do. In fact quite a few recommend 1 or 2 interior basement system companies because they get $$$ if those companies get the dumb azz job(s) === SCAM.
“Gibberish”, looooooooooooooooooooool. My videos are facts as to why most basements leak, why many have some amount of mold or efflorescence etc on inside basement wall. The first 3 videos posted is how an honest-exp’d mfr in this business goes about finding the actual problem for homeowners and not screwing 'em over.
Some chimney chute door leaks can be due to 1+ exterior openings ABOVE grade such as cracked open mortar joints, bricks etc etc… so for the homeowners sake (not fkkg mine) i run a water test to show them, to determine, if they have a crack in the chimney wall(s) below grade. Some homeowners have a TWO PART problem and when they do they’ll need TWO friggin things done.
Here’s some more gibberish FER ya Mr Bow, see Dorothy/ KANSAS? The diff is, Bubba will click his nuggets TWEE TIMES… ok? Got milk? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ6VT7ciR1o