Home was built in 1941 and "remodeled" in 2003 by an incompetent builder that cut every corner imaginable (we knew when purchasing that corrections would be required). The single basement sump pump rarely came on and was inaccessible (boxed in and sealed with lots of caulk). Over the holidays (and heavy rains) with still no sump pump action (and an occasional basement odor), we decided to take a close look. What we found (again, no surprise) was a 1. a hole too narrow for the cheapo sump pump to function properly, 2. no pump basin, 3. a rotting composite wood frame, and 4. an open sewer pipe (i.e. the occasional odor). Kramer & Sons Plumbing was 1 of 4 Angie's List outfits we had provide estimates - their recommendations were the most clear and concise, providing a comfort level the others did not. Perhaps a tad higher in cost compared to a couple of the others, but, we believe that you get what you pay for. And we could not be more pleased with their work. They were punctual, courteous, explained every step to include meeting code requirments, and were always totally professional. They even ran a camera through the sewer pipe to ensure there were no residual issues that could result in furthur problems. We would not hesitate to use them again for any plumbing issue, one rarely sees this quality of service these days.