these 3 porch block walls did NOT need to be waterproofed and that I lied to homeowner, cheated her etc etc…lol! Realtor said the home inspector IS an an expert on this subject and so too is the mason and that she is pretty good on this subject as well although she did not call herself an expert, read that again lol
They claim and accused me, again, that these walls did NOT need to be waterproofed
the first video I took before homeowner asked us to do the waterproofing of the 3 walls… I cleary say some water/problems are above grade, such as openings in, around,under front door… why? Because of the water stains up high
and some minor tuckpointing needed, see scrapers
loloolll, I like TA share the good, bad n ugly when I get duh chance, dig?
I as always thoroughly explained to homeowner (seller), her RE agent, the one accusing me now is new agent for this house lol, that waterproofing the block walls was indeed necessary (see the fkkkg cracks hellllo) AND that the door threshold and minor tuckpointing must be done correctly to keep all water out of this room under porch AND, that ‘IF’ there is any sort of problem, water under slab in room, that would be/have a different problem/solution and has nothing to do with water coming through the multiple exterior cracks, cracked parging and nothing to do with the tuckpointing, door threshold… separate problem, sep–solutions, I do ONE lol.
She used to get 2 or more inches of water on floor down there, now she has a little dampness where floor meets the wall in 2 small areas, hmmmm, waterproofing the walls DID something cuz ya don’t get 2 or more inches of water in anymore!
But her mason and home inspector ‘experts’ lol, say I should NOT have recommended waterproofing and that It was not needed… oh my! This should be fun, I have two calls in with her RE office, sad I don’t have the mason or home inspector numbers