:35 see the 2 basement windows…? yeah.
Homeowner says, “It was like tiny Niagra Falls coming through the WINDOWS”
Then she says, “We were in shock, we didn’t know what to do”
Really? Water coming in through B windows and you didn’t know what to do? Pfttt
So you called one or more INT DRAINAGE system companies and hired one of them costing your azz around $30,000… because most of the water came in through basement windows? lololll
I watched a different video of their basement already i saw some cracks in their foundation walls, uh huh and some rod holes that apparently leaked, looks like they were patched by the INT company so, from afar with a balding head but a damn good trained eye, what i see is… bullshtt, most or all bullshtt yep.
To me, they already had some cracks in walls and either some rod holes leaking or were about to leak and those B windows already had some openings around 'em on the outside to allow some water in. no not this much lol but point is, several existing defects, openings were already PRESENT before ICE ICE Castles showed up on the scene about 1/4 mile away.
If there was a heavy, longer rain when homeowner got bunch water in through windows and likely some rod holes and maybe through 1 or more F wall cracks then it was the long heavy rain and the existing openings that were the dang problem. Did the B windows BUST, break when it rained a bunch, maybe, dunno.
Homeowners made the usual MISTAKE of calling and then believing and hiring an INT drainage system chump that cost them $30,000… and they want an ‘out’. If most of the water came in through the B windows THEN, that is what needed to be replaced/fixed and that is what this lady homeowner said!!!
You don’t pay $30,000 for a water-diverting system when most or all of the water entering your basement is coming in through, around some basement windows!!!