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Guardian Basement Waterproofing Inc BBB Business Review  
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We get it, we really do!
 For so many of us it is time to tighten our belts and find ways to save money in these hard economic times. More and more families have to cut back on spending as either jobs have been lost, wages cut back.....
We have a commitment to truth in dealing with our customers, with no high pressure sales tactics. Giving fair pricing on all our services, with a 3 month price guarantee on all estimates without discounts.
  • Senior Citizens Discount: 10%
  • Military Discount:............10%  For anyone who severed in our armed forces, thank you!
  • We also have what we call (click to read complete details) Guaranteed Pricing. If you can find a local Yellow Page advertising competitor that meets our price or offers a better price. We will meet their price and give you an additional 10% off on the difference.
  • As you compare our prices and quality of systems with other companies, you will quickly find that we offer by far the best pricing around and offer more types of quality systems, inside and or outside basement waterproofing, many different types of foundation reinforcement, foundation replacement, mold control, air exchange units and so much more. On most estimates that we make, our customers tell us that they saved hundreds or even thousands of dollars by going with us at Guardian Basement Waterproofing plus Inc. and the quality of our systems are as good or superior.
 Why get ripped off?

Over the past 30 plus years in the Basement Waterproofing
Industry I've heard many stories from dissatisfied customers
complaining about very high pressured sales negotiation tactics such as:

1. Demanding Wife and Husband be there for the estimate.
2. Sign up today and only today you will get the great discount.
3.Follow up calls on estimate reducing the price, playing the negotiating game saying, we are over stocked therefore we can reduce the price.
Also when they don't sign they get a phone call from a district manager a few days later saying he can reduce the price.

There is nothing illegal about any of the above negotiating tactics and I believe that some of the sales people mean no harm. They had just been trained that way from the Company and believe that they are doing a great job as a sales person. In my personal opinion it's just better to start off with your best price, with no possible  appearance of price game playing.

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