A basement flooded with two hundred gallons of oil

A homeowner faced 200 gallon fuel oil spill in her basement and had limited options to address it. Maryland DEP recommended a couple of things, one of them being VaporRemed and the other being cutting basement open and add VaporRemed on the dirt. The homeowner was not too thrilled with the construction work on the basement as it might impact the structural stability of the home and chose to simply add the product over the concrete. Within an hour things improved considerably and the homeowner is happy.

Total cost of VaporRemed: $500

Estimated costs for cutting open the basement: $20,000

Peace of mind: $500.00 divided by 0.00

This is not the first time we have come well under budget and we are quite happy about that. What we really like are the calls that we get from distraught customers who see hope after an oil spill subsequent to using our product. 

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