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May 11, 2015
Rolling Meadows, IL – U.S. Waterproofing has been chosen by EBSCO Research, an independent consumer research firm, as one of its “2015 Best Picks” for the Chicago area and has been included in the company’s BEST PICK REPORTS™.
This is the fourth time the Rolling Meadows company has been listed in BEST PICK REPORTS, a publication distributed to homeowners throughout the Chicago area in five geographic editions. BEST PICK REPORTS covers 45 categories of service businesses.
EBSCO Research, LLC, based in Atlanta, has been providing unbiased research reports to consumers for 15 years. The company conducts thousands of telephone interviews with homeowners who have had recent experiences with home service providers. Through these reviews, EBSCO Research identifies top-performing companies and showcases them in its annual report.
U.S. Waterproofing, which has over 300,000 dry residential basements to its credit, also has a Commercial Services Division that works with contractors, architects, building owners, property managers and institutions to find economical solutions to water problems.
The company also publishes “Basement Matters,” an educational blog for homeowners, commercial real estate managers and consumers.
Based in Rolling Meadows, IL, U.S. Waterproofing is a full-service basement waterproofing company, offering permanent solutions for all causes of basement seepage. The company services residential and business owners in northern Illinois, northwest Indiana, and southern Wisconsin.
Awarded the Torch Award for Outstanding Marketplace Ethics by the Chicago and Northern Illinois Better Business Bureau, the company is a multiple-year winner of the Super Service Award by Angie’s List (www.AngiesList.com).
For more information on its services, history and management, visit the U.S. Waterproofing website at www.seepage.com.
“[The] workmen who performed required services ... were polite, knew exactly what was necessary to resolve my problem and all in all, I was very comfortable knowing they know how to do their job and, again, did it well.”