As the owner of a relatively new property in Richmond Hill, I was given a nasty surprise when we tried to sell our home, and the buyers' inspector came back stating there is a possible issue with our basement. The buyer had contacted a few basement companies and they got quotes indicating thousands of dollars of repair is required. (Despite there is no leaks, no water damage in the basement). Needless to say, the buyer was scared, they backed off, and the deal fell through.
As the seller, I wanted to do my own due diligence, and I contacted RCC for a quote to repair my basement. Nader was kind to come onsite to check my basement and to listen to what I heard from the buyer. He concluded that there was no cracks/ water damage and that no immediate repair is needed, and walked away from my house with no business.
I imagine it would have been easy for Nader to sell me on a repair job; after all, that's what a few of the other basement companies did to the buyer. Instead, Nader gave me his honest assessment, and did not pressure me into a solution that was not right for me.
I think it takes an individual and a company with integrity and a solid reputation to walk away from an opportunity to make money. I thank Nader and RCC for doing the right thing, for not recommending a fix when no repair is needed. THANK YOU for your help.