Ozaukee County Basement Foundation Repair & Waterproofing Testimonials

Basement Foundation Repair & Waterproofing in Ozaukee, Wisconsin Area

Cedarburg and Thiensville

“Very hardworking, professional and pleasant crew.”
~ Dennis E.


Mequon, WI

“The crew did a great job despite the challenging weather. Time will tell for sure, but after one big rainstorm there was no seepage or dampness and the sump pump ran more than it has before. Inside and outside work was done to a very high standard. Good communication and a great team!”
~ Brian H.


“Paul took time to explain issues with basement and best solutions. Fred’s crew did a great job and were careful to leave everything in good condition, just as they found it.”
~ Joseph D.


“We had noticed that one wall of our basement rec room was moving inward to the point where suspended ceiling tiles were bending and the tiles were displacing above the ceiling. We had to remove the finished wall in order for the block wall to be examined. We had three contractors provide estimates, with the last one performed in late September.

One contractor concluded that only bracing was needed. One contractor concluded that excavation was required. Accurate recommended only the bracing, but included a higher price including excavation if we decided we wanted the wall moved back to it’s original position. All three contractors stated that the wall movement was at or just past the limit for avoiding excavation.  Accurate submitted the lowest quote and had the best Angie’s List rating, so we selected them for the job.

Approximately 30 days after selecting Accurate for the job, one of their supervisors came to our home to take measurements for the braces they would be installing. He informed us at that time that the wall had continued to move and was now beyond the limit for avoiding excavation. We could actually observe areas where there had been additional movement and agreed to revise our contract to include excavation. Accurate also had the lowest quote for the job with excavation. Another 30 days had passed before the work was performed, and the wall had continued to move during that period. Over a period of around 60 days, the total wall movement nearly doubled. We were extremely satisfied with the service we received and with the minimum disruption/damage to our yard or the basement.”
~ Howard S.