John Beal, Inc

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We have had problems since moving in to a new house. We have a house that has landings on the stairwells and one of the windows were leaking. After calling four other sources, Mike explained to us what was really happening and gave us a reasonable solution. Many of the other sources wanted to com... more

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They did a great job and the guys were friendly. When you asked them a question they gave it you. I really liked that.

We are looking at houses and found on that we like but it has a CAT SMELL, especially in the basement. Is there any way to truly remove the smell?
Sep 25, 2014
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How do I waterproof my basement without getting a sump pump. Water comes in during strong rain at one side of the wall where there is brick chimney outdoors,

Neil Lima of Lima Contracting PRO answered:

Sep 22, 2014
With this scenario.  The least expensive start is to on make sure all gutters are free from debris and working properly.  2.  Remove sidewalk and re-install new concrete all the way up to the house an ... read more

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