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Hi, We had water in our finished basement and could not find the exact source. We called the contractors who finished our basement for some help. They turned all our down spouts toward the yard instead of basement and caulked a gap between our foundation and cement patio slab with a marine based calk. That stopped the water coming in untill the next heavy rain. With ruined carpet padding and the basement tore up for three months , I went looking on the internet for a solution to this problem. I happened to run across Ayers Basement Technologies,who offered a free inspection. This was wonderful, since we had already spent several hundred dollars and still had a problem.The people from Ayers were wonderful.They had seen this problem before,a crack in the foundation wall from the top of the basement ceilling to the floor.Our carpenters removed a section from our finished wall and the Ayers people repaired the wall and installed a drain that we didn't think was possible. Their work was done in no time,cleaned up the mess and wrote a quarantee.The bill was $450. and we have a dry, clean basement again. We felt the price was more than fair due to the fact they drove about 75 miles to our home for each visit.The people from Ayers are very professional and know the problems that exist with wet basements. The system they use is avilable all across the US. It's WaterGuard Basement Systems, and you can find a web site on the internet. Thanks Ayers for saving not only our basement but our sanity. There toll free national phone number is 1-800-638-7048.