Review of Our Wet Basement Repair and Mold Removal Services in Philadelphia PA by One of Our Customers Online
Having a wet basement can be a hassle. You can’t use the cellar as a living area because the moisture, dampness, and mold can ruin furniture, appliances, and even the structural integrity of your home. They are extremely hazardous to your family’s health.
You also can’t use the area for storage because one basement flood can destroy your things. And, even if you are lucky enough to not have flooding, the dampness causes mold and mildew growth, both of which destroy boxes, clothes, pictures, etc.
Laura from Philadelphia was having these problems with her home. Luckily, we were able to get into her basement, dry it out, and get rid of all of that unhealthy mold. Here’s what she had to say about her experience with us:
The quote was similar from another company but I decided to go with BWS because they could do it quickly and I know neighbors of mine had used them as well, and were happy. Day of the guys arrived promptly and worked efficiently; their GPS was stolen from their car (!) but they took it in stride (sorry guys).
The one point of improvement I would say is that I was a little disappointed at the level of dust in the basement- they had put up plastic, but had only taped it on the top, not on the bottom (didn’t tape it to the floor, I mean), so dust got in through the bottom. The concrete dust is really hard to clean up and it’s been a battle to try and not track it through the house every time I go through the basement.
Overall, it’s quite clean given the jackhammering etc they were doing down there (they even mixed the concrete outside to reduce dust) but I just wish a better barrier had been formed with the plastic.
And I forgot the most important part. I now have a dry, mold-free basement!!
We offer basement waterproofing, wet basement repair, crawl space waterproofing, foundation repair, and mold remediation in all of the Philadelphia area, including West Chester, Harrisburg, Allentown, Easton, King of Prussia, as well as all of NJ and Delaware.