Your new waterproofing system from Best Buy Waterproofing is complete and fully operational. You are anxious to get your finished basement space back to its original glory. Should you call the home improvement contractor that remodeled your kitchen last year right away?
The answer is no, not yet. You should wait at least 30 days or after the first heavy rain to make sure that the new waterproofing system is performing at its optimum level. If the system needs some tweaking and you’ve already put everything back in its original place, our crew may need to remove it again to inspect and make adjustments to the system.
However, there is still something else to consider. After the 30-day waiting period is over, who you select to perform your “put back” project is very important. If you hire a home remodeler, they need to know the details of the new waterproofing system to prevent potential damage to the system while they are completing their work. A common error that many contractors make is damage to the weep holes that were drilled in your foundation to mitigate your water issues. Doing this will void your warranty.
At Best Buy Waterproofing, we’ve got a great solution to the “put back” problem. Over the three decades we’ve been installing waterproofing systems, customers kept asking us if we could complete the put back work. Today, we’ve answered the call and our sister company, Best Buy Design Build, has an experienced professional “put back team” that can perform the work without tampering with your new waterproofing system. If you are interested, just talk to your project manager, or call us directly and we will get you an estimate for the work.
At Best Buy Waterproofing, we’ve got your home covered from top to bottom, including returning your finished basement to its former glory (or better).