This company has a father and a son who split up, as far as business is concerned., AND they both had the BOCCIA name!!!! When I originally got their phone number, the father showed up and gave a high estimate (I had already gotten several.) I had forgotten that I had called them already, and when I called two weeks later, I checked the phone number in the yellow pages, and ended up calling the son. At first, someone from the son's company was afraid to come into my house to discuss the job, because I told him that I had spoken to an older man. Apparently they have had problems about this before. The son eventually did come in and gave me a slightly lower estimate (He was never told about the prior estimate from the father's company. There appears to be some animosity between the father and son,and it made working with either one, unsettling. Be careful of who you get. I find that the estimates on waterproofing my basement were all over the place. There was no happy medium or method that any company used. Get a warranty and make sure that the company is currently licensed in your jurisdiction, with plenty of liability insurance, just in case they screw up on your job. One company (NOT BOCCIA)said that it used a method that was less expensive and seemed to be an effective way to stop water from leaking in. I checked out the method, and even asked around about the company. A cousin, who had done work on her basement told me that the same company, using the same method, had really damaged the foundation of house. The method used involved a chemical (..... bicalsulfate, I think) that expanded when combined with water and was placed around the exterior perimeter of your house. As a soupy material.I have the info in a folder somewhere for further reference. Still, BEWARE AND EDUCATE YOURSELF. THIS IS A TOUGH AREA TO MAKE A SMART DECISION ABOUT. Update: I haven't looked at my original review since I wrote it in 2010, and having seen the false response provided by Boccia, I have no alternative but to set the record straight: Boccia, at the time I took bids, consisted of two separate companies. The son confirmed that fact to me when he came to my house, and at first, refused to come in to my house, since the father had been there first. He later reconsidered and gave me a bid on the work to be done. If there is a fourth generation coming, I again, would be very wary of one generation as opposed to the others. I have no motive to lie about this. Buyer beware!!!!! Boccia's comment, and quot;LOLand quot; is odd, since this is nothing to laugh about. Just be very careful before signing with them. I did not appreciate their disorganization or the unnecessary conflict between the father and son. You would be better off spending your hard earned money elsewhere, with another company. One more thing: I guess that this update changes that and quot;impeccable reputationand quot;!!!!