The Votes Are In!

Election 2016

Votes will finally be cast tonight in Iowa to officially get the 2016 presidential election under way, even though it may feel like the campaigns have been fully engaged for a long time. Voters will be thinking about the challenges they face, gathering in discussions with neighbors to gain from their experience and perspective, and weighing the track record and promises of each candidate before making their decisions.

You may be facing other important decisions this year with regard to home repairs. The choices you make will affect you directly in your quality of life and in your wallet. If you have foundation repair and waterproofing decisions to make, please consider the following before “casting your ballot.”

  1. Problems won’t fix themselves. In fact, they can get much worse if not addressed. You want someone who is trustworthy and experienced. It has been UDI’s primary goal to successfully fix these problems since 1989. Our record is unmatched in our industry.
  2. Your neighbors have used us and are willing to tell you about their great experiences! Just go to our website (udipdi.com), check out our Facebook page (facebook.com/UDIPDI), or refer to other independent sources like the BBB or Angie’s List.
  3. While our promises are reasoned and conservative, our clients are absolutely liberal in their praise.

No matter which side of the aisle our clients find themselves, they are glad they cast their vote for UDI. Join the revolution today by calling us at 812-282-2222 or 800-359-4471!

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The crew that worked on our house finished up the job today and we are very pleased with the work. The brick on the side of the house looks good and we are confident the pier system used to address the settlement issue will permanently solve the problem. I really want to complement the team that worked on our house. Richard, Timothy, and the Artemio were terrific! They were professional, friendly, and very tolerant of my questions & picture taking. I took a lot of pictures during the whole process - partly because I wanted to document the process & have good 'before & after' pictures. But also, since my husband could not be here to see/learn the process, I took a lot of pictures so that I could send them to him & he could 'see' the process & progress being made. You really, really have a good team with these guys that obviously knew what they were doing and were very conscientious of their work. And, even when things didn't go exactly as planned & they may have been frustrated they did not show it and seemed to easily move on to "plan B". I just can not say enough good about Richard & crew. I really enjoyed talking with them & learning about the process.

Sally H.
Owensboro, KY

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