I noticed a very small leak in the basement. So I called a few places. One person just told me to regrade the landscaping outside of the offending area. Another gave me a quote to just bust up a small section and replace that part of drain tile for a mere $900. Then came the big guys, the ones who wanted to do all sorts of excavating. A large competitor "ballparked" me at $60,000 (he wouldn't even give me an exact quote). Then comes Everdry. The sales pitch was overwhelming. Yes, both my husband and I had to be there and the guy talked A LOT (roughly 3 hours) and I will admit he was somewhat pushy, hailing the benefits of their work. He drew quite a few diagrams showing us there process of only digging 2-feet down rather than all the way to the footing. They would only dig down to the footings if they found cracks they needed to fix. They were quite expensive, but about half the cost of the major competitor. Even though we were addressing only a small leak, we knew we had other problems since we had an older house. Like any sales pitch, we were given the "you have to act now to get the deal" spiel. He said they were booked for 2 months but would put us on a list if they ended other projects earlier than expected and got an opening. We were called a mere three weeks later. I can't rave enough about the crew though. They were hard-working, courteous, and on-time. They did the job in roughly 3 days. After it was done, I was wondering if we went overkill on such a small leak, but a few months later, our neighborhood had a giant storm in which many basements flooded. Ours did not!! I cannot say for sure it was because of their work, but I am happy that I didn't have to find out. Their lifetime warranty guarantees their work for as long as you pay the yearly service fee. We did have to call them back a few times to fix one corner of the house that was started leaking but they were very responses and acted in a reasonable amount of time. Since they fixed that corner, we haven't had any problems since. We even referred them to our cousin and received the $100 referral bonus. In short, their sales tactics can be pushy, but our work crew was great and we are satisfied with the work that was performed.